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FOOTBALL: Nomads leave it late as Loveridge and Styles strike
11:00am Monday 19th August 2013 in Non League
UHLSPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE
TWO late goals saw Oxford City Nomads clinch a 2-1 victory at Brimscombe & Thrupp in the only Premier Division match of the day.
Ben Prictor put newly promoted Brimscombe in front on 75 minutes.
But Adam Loveridge and Andrew Styles struck in the final three minutes to hand Nomads the three points.
Milton United’s promising start in Division 1 East continued with a 4-1 win over Maidenhead United.
Matt Chomyn (2), Josh Beech and Patrick Howe scored for Milton.
Anaclet Odihambo, Jelroy Constant and Jack Dunmall earned new leaders AFC Hinksey a 3-1 victory at Penn & Tylers Green, for whom Rikki Tagoe-Gilbert replied.
Didcot Town Res beat Wokingham & Embrook 5-4 in a home thriller after trailing 4-2 with 15 minutes to go.
Jamie Clark (2), Jack Longhord, Jonathan Eudall and Lee Newport notched for Didcot, with Mitchell Flaherty, Julian Harley, Luke Lee and an Joe Parish own goal providing Wokingham’s tally.
Headington Amateurs salvaged a 1-1 draw at home to Woodley Town with a late goal from Yannick Nkwanyou.
Michael Alleyne had put the visitors ahead.
Clanfield kept in touch with the Division 1 West leaders, winning 1-0 away at Lydney Town courtesy of a goal from Mark Threlfall.
Old Woodstock Town drew 3-3 at home to New College Swindon.
Kyle Pullen scored twice for Woodstock, with Marley Joseph also netting, while Max Slinn (2) and Harry Myles replied.
Letcombe’s injury jinx struck again in a 6-0 home defeat to Shortwood United Res.
Already missing six first-team players, Letcombe saw keeper Danny Joyce, Josh Giles and Steve Vaux substituted due to knocks.
Ed Parsloe (3), Nick Humphreys, Adam Mace and Ryan Thwaite scored for Shortwood.
North Leigh United suffered a first defeat of the season with a 1-0 reverse at Tytherington Rocks, for whom Justin Bishop netted.
Danny Poole’s strike proved in vain as Hook Norton went down 2-1 at home to Tuffley Rovers whose scorers were Marcus Foxwell and Courtney Hamilton.
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