10:30am Wednesday 21st March 2012
Crowmarsh Gifford are still eyeing up a league and cup double following a 3-2 extra-time victory over Saxton Rovers, in their North Berks Cup quarter-final.
Sam Whiteley put the Division 1 leaders ahead, only for Tom Aldsworth to level for Saxton, who were the last side to achieve the double.
In extra time, goals from Tom Holton and Scott Gesner won it for Crowmarsh, even though they conceded a penalty converted by Mike Young.
In another quarter-final, Division 1 side Drayton defeated Division 3 hosts Coleshill United 3-2, thanks to Gareth Small (2) and Richard Payne.
Chris Quinton and Shane Blake replied.
The quarter-finals of the AG Kingham Cup produced a couple of surprises East Hendred Res, from Division 4 East, made it through to their third semi-final of the season winning 2-1 at Division 3 side Faringdon Town Res.
Gary Cooper and Tyrone McGill scored their goals, with Steve Gilbert netting for the home side.
Division 3 promotion challengers Wantage Town A won 3-2 at home to Division 2 strugglers Saxton Rovers Res, thanks to goals from James Stevens, Andy Goodchild and Aiden Necchi-Ghiri.
Tom Stanley struck twice for the higher league outfit.
Steve Leighfield hit a hat-trick for Division 3 side Shri-venham A in their 5-1 win over Childrey United Res.
Josh Fowler also scored for the home side, Jamie Dutton replying.
Benson AFC Res strolled to a 5-0 win at Wootton & Dry Sandford Res thanks to Ollie Harrison (2), Joe Flower, Andy Wright and Martyn Newbold.
Didcot Casuals moved to second place in Division 1 with a 5-0 demolition of Faringdon Town thanks to a Paul Powell hat-trick and goals from Jake Chaffey and Dan Cox-Rogers.
Josh Nicholls, George Casserley, with a penalty, and Damian Dodds netted in Wootton & Dry Sandford’s 3-1 win at Benson AFC, for whom Pete Ashman found the back of the net.
Harwell International made in ten league games unbeaten as Lee Chapman scored in the 1-0 win at Long Wittenham Athletic.
Gareth Cole scored after only 13 seconds – believed to be the earliest goal in East Hendred's 99-year-history – as they won 2-0 over bottom club Harwell Village. Steve Wheeler added the second.
Dan Crawford (2) and Tom North were on target for Childrey United as they beat KIntbury Rangers 3-2.
Dean O’Hagan struck twice for Kintbury.
Berinsfield took over at the top of Division 2 after doubles for Brian Rawlings and Dave Murphy gave them a 4-0 home win over morning leaders, Marcham.
Jamie Clarke also bagged a double as Ardington & Lockinge beat Lambourn Sports Res 4-3 at home.
Ollie O’Hanlon and James Bishop completed their tally.
Mark Mooney bagged a brace for the visitors alongside an Andy Best strike.
OTHER SCORERS Div 3: Dorchester 4 (R Hudson, Fu-Hong Choi, 2 ogs), Blewbury 0; Stanford in the Vale 1 (J Gregory), Hagbourne 5 (M Nicholl 2, R Hathaway, L Robinson, A Lawrence pen); Didcot Casuals Res 6 (S Burmingham 2, D Healey, C Jamieson, N Hedges, G McGibbon), Drayton Res 1 (W Stone).
Div 4 East: Benson Lions Res 0, Harwell Int Res 2 (J Chapman, S Smith); Blewbury Res 4 (T Savage, S Belcher, D Garlick, J Barrett), Didcot Cas A 2 (M Currie, D Tucker); Westminster 2 (D Hill pen, T Slater), Radley Utd 0; Hagbourne Utd Res 1 (A Nicholl), Long Wittenham Res 2 (R Taylor, C Price).
Div 4 West: Faringdon Tn A 2 (J Kane, R Collett), Stanford in the Vale Res 0.
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