FOOTBALL: Bayliss blasts brilliant brace

Hanborough Res’ Craig Keylock (8) gets his shot away despite the attentions of Eynsham defender Mike Barker

Hanborough Res’ Craig Keylock (8) gets his shot away despite the attentions of Eynsham defender Mike Barker

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Rhys Bayliss hit a double as Chipping Norton Town stayed three points clear at the top with a 3-3 home draw against second-placed West Witney in the Witney & District FA Premier Division.

In a programme badly hit by the recent wet weather, Warwick Thompkins completed the hosts’ tally.

Strikes from Shaun Rayfield, Chris Hirons and Alex Stubbs grabbed a share of the spoils for the visitors.

Division 1 leaders Hailey Res drew 1-1 at second-placed Brize Norton.

Pawel Bronk scored for the hosts, with Jacob Hambidge netting for the visitors.

Carterton Pumas closed the gap at the top with a 3-1 win against Bourton Rovers.

Stephane Ternier scored for Bourton, but goals from Ashley Davies, Dean Matthews and Darren Davenport won it for the hosts.

Eynsham SSC crushed Hanborough Res 4-1.

John Ayres and Matt Walker each bagged a brace, with Tom Kernaghan scoring for Boro’.

North Leigh Res thrashed Freeland 4-1, with goals from Josh Russell (2), Max Goodwin and Paul O’Hare.

Tom Matthews netting for the hosts.

FC Nomads slipped closer to the drop zone after going down 2-1 to Kingham.

Gareth Price and Dom Hemmings scored the telling goals for Kingham.

Nathan Beckett scored four of Bampton United’s goals as they hammered Division 3 bottom club Charlbury Town Res 6-2 away.

Dam Oyston’s brace sealed the rout, with Dom Crisp and Mark Clements netting for the hosts.

Brize Norton Res edged away from the drop zone after storming to an 8-1 win at Bourton Rovers Res Richard Duffy scored a hat-trick with Scott Peaper (2), Cieran Clarke, Shaun Rawlings and Ollie Puddle their other marksmen.

Carterton Town B edged a narrow home win over Spartan Rangers Res 1-0, with Lee Manley scoring the winner.

Kirtlington moved three points clear at the top of Division 2 with a 3-0 home success against basement boys Witney Royals Res.

Sam Bodinham, Callum Emmett and Sam Wheeler did the damage for the table-toppers.

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