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GIRLS FOOTBALL: It's high-five for Hernandez
12:00pm Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Headlines
Oxford City maintained their place at the top of the Oxford Mail Girls Under 15 League with a 15-1 home win over Carterton Town, scoring 11 without reply in an action-packed first period.
Lily Hernandez scored five times before the half was out, while City’s other goals came from Shelley Knight (4), Lauren Page (3), Ellie Larkin, Lucy Hunter and April Bedford.
Caitlin Turner pulled one back for the visitors midway through the second half.
Kingham All Blacks are still looking for their first point of the campaign after they were beaten 9-0 at home by Kidlington.
Rachel Newman bagged a quickfire brace early in the game and the visitors soon took control, with Natalie Webb adding a hat-trick and Zoe Chung and Cloe Woodward scoring a brace each.
Summertown Stars were beaten for the first time this season as they were undone by a Charlotte Guppy four-timer in a 4-1 defeat at Didcot Casuals.
Grace O’Callaghan pulled a goal back for Stars from the penalty spot in the second half, but the day belonged to Guppy and Casuals.
Chinnor were 6-1 winners over Kennington in a thrilling encounter which saw the two sides trade places at the top of the table.
Jo Taylor scored a hat-trick and Holly Blake, Sarah Harrison and Elle Kaplicz also found the net for Chinnor, with Jessica Wild scoring a consolation for Kennington.
Four goals from Mia Thomson and three from Emily Keal gave Kidlington Hawks a 7-1 win at home to Harwell & Hendred in the Under 12 League.
Isobel Butler scored a late consolation for the visitors, spectacularly lobbing Kidlington goalkeeper Charlotte Wilkes to provide some consolation.
In the Under 13 League Tower Hill Vixens extended their lead at the top of the table with a 6-2 away win over second-placed Kidlington.
Isabelle Henthorn netted three times, Annie Dennis added two and Lauren Hooper was also on target for the visitors, while Molly Wiggins and Eva Wallace scored the home side’s consolation efforts.
Emma Parker bagged a hat-trick as Stonesfield Strikers strolled to a 5-0 victory at Banbury United.
A brace from Katie Appleton completed Stonesfield’s nap hand.
Abi Haynes struck five times to give Under 14 league leaders Kidlington a 6-1 victory over Benson, but they did it the hard way after Amy Loveridge put the visitors in front.
Kidlington struck back immediately as Haynes netted her first two goals, with Lucy Durham adding a third before Haynes stole the show after the interval with another three goals.
Leaders Tower Hill Vixens beat second-placed Oxford City 5-1 away from home to extend their lead at the top of the Under 11 table.
Emma Bartlett and Sinead Newman each scored a brace with Georgia Smith also netting.
Millie Collier pulled a goal back late on for City before Newman completed the scoring with Vixens’ fifth of the match.
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