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FOOTBALL: West Witney's five-star show
10:30am Wednesday 19th September 2012 in Headlines
WITNEY & DISTRICT FA
WEST Witney made it two wins from two matches as they hammered Spartan Rangers 5-0 in the Premier Division, writes ANTHONY BARLOW.
Kevin Lewis scored twice, with the other goals coming from Chris Hirons, Dan King and Carl Dodds.
Chipping Norton also maintained their winning streak with a shock 2-1 success over champions Hailey.
Craig Mays scored for the hosts, but goals from Reece Warner-Carter and Mark Corbett gave all three points to the visitors. Stanton Harcourt continued their winning start in Division 1 with a 3-1 victory over Kingham.
Dom Hemming scored for the hosts, but goals for Jake Willis, George Woodcock and Dan Smith ensured the visitors took all three points.
Chadlington got off to the perfect start with a 6-1 win over Brize Norton on their return to the league.
Martin Plumbridge and George Slatter scored braces, with Dan Murphy and Mark Sheffield getting the others.
John Ayres hit a four-timer in Eynsham SSC’s 5-1 win over Charlbury Town Res in Division 2.
Jamie Merry hit the other, with Mark Dellar scoring Charlbury’s consolation.
David Jeynes bagged a hat-trick as Milton mauled Ducklington Res 5-1.
Lee Hillary and Steve Hocknell scored the others, with Gary Brooks replying.
Bernie Crumlish and Sam King the hosts Witney Wanderers the lead, but Combe snatched the points via James McLaughlin (2), and Jamie Fisher.
Carterton Rangers opened their season with an 11-0 thrashing of Spartan Rangers Res in Division 3.
Tom Clapham and Billy Hales scored hat-tricks, with Tom Poole, Craig Williams, Stefan Reed, John Dover and James Barker also on target.
FC Hollybush got off to a flying start with a 8-0 thumping of Wootton.
Lee Travers and Joe Hatt each grabbed a hat-trick, with Dan Tasker and Arrun Hyatt completing the rout.
Nathan Beckett scored a treble in Bampton United’s 5-3 win over Corinthians in Division 4.
Conor Kelly and Jack Henry got the others. Dave Meredith (2) and Darren Mobey hit back for the visitors but it was not enough.
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