10:30am Wednesday 18th April 2012
Neil Lockhart scored twice as Oxford University Press went top of the Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division with a 4-3 victory at Mansfield Road.
Their win and Adderbury Park’s 0-0 draw at Slade Farm meant that Press are now one point ahead, but Hinksey remain title favourites.
Paul Hedger and Jake Cooper put Press 1-0 and 2-1 ahead, with Adam Healy equalising both times.
Winger Lockhart then struck twice before James Watkins pulled one back for Mansfield.
Tim Wyatt bagged his first hat-trick for Stonesfield in their 3-0 success at home to Kennington.
Wyatt’s treble were a first-half tap-in, a 40-yard solo effort and a stoppage time penalty.
Aaron Barrett’s brace saw Garsington win 2-1 at Launton Sports.
Launton had levelled when Chris Johnson’s free-kick was headed home by Paul Lisseter.
Marston Saints held on to edge out Freeland 2-1, with Matt Holton and Tom Payne their scorers.
Adam Reynolds pulled one back for Freeland.
Emmett McGovern, Alan Hastings and Johnny McMahon were on target as Oxford Irish won 3-1 at Bletchingdon.
Dave Villiers replied for Bletchingdon, who were missing eight regulars.
A twice-taken Paul Carter penalty midway through the second half gave Division 1 leaders Middleton Cheney a 1-0 home victory over Yarnton.
Kasim Abidal’s brace helped North Oxford win 6-0 at home to Long Crendon.
Max Palmer, Adam Gilroy, Andy Conway and Michael Hinkin, who volleyed home from 30 yards after having a nasty eyebrow gash patched up, also netted.
Andy Robey (2), Sam Grant and Luke Washbourne netted in Broughton & North Newington’s 4-0 home triumph against Chadlington.
Enstone dented wasteful Charlton United’s promotion hopes with a 3-1 away victory, thanks to goals from Jack Eley (2) and Tony Bott.
Anthony Davidson scored for Charlton, who squandered several more chances.
Division 2 basement boys Stonesfield Res picked up only their second win of the campaign with a 3-1 success at Yarnton Res.
Ben Thomas scored a hat-trick for Stonesfield, who gained revenge for their Ivor Gubbins Cup final defeat on Easter Monday.
Andrew White replied for Yarnton.
Launton Sports Res kept up their title chase with a 3-2 victory at Adderbury Park Res.
Steve Wilson grabbed the winner with the second of a brace, while Matthew Hunt also netted and Tom Green and Charlie Meredith hit back for Adderbury.
Freeland Res eased to a 4-1 success at home to Slade Farm Res to leapfrog their rivals into third place.
Jamie Perkin and Tom Hall, plus substitutes Adi Williams and Rob Panting scored for Freeland.
Kevin Peake pulled one back with a penalty.
Jason Condor’s hat-trick led Garsington Res to a 6-0 home triumph over Eynsham Res.
Richard Morgan added a brace, while 17-year-old Marcus Woodington scored on his senior debut.
In Division 3, Dan Croad’s brace helped Kennington United Res win 4-2 at home to North Oxford Res.
Dorran Solomon scored first for North Oxford and he also made it 2-2.
But goals from Matty Crossan and Jamie Luland saw Kennington take the points.
© Copyright 2001-2013 Newsquest Media Group