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FOOTBALL: Shayne's on song
11:00am Wednesday 6th March 2013 in Sat Local
Shayne Almond hammered a hat-trick as Division 1 side Oakley United knocked Premier Division hosts Adderbury Park out of the Oxfordshire Senior League President’s Cup with a 7-0 third-round thrashing.
Chris Davies (penalty), Jason Costello, Nick Gurney and James Keeble put the visitors 4-0 up, before Almond’s second-half treble completed the rout.
Goals from Tom Holmes and Karl Moss sealed a 2-0 win for Marston Saints at North Oxford in the second round of the Ben Turner Cup.
Alan Hayes, Steve Twynham, Scott Finch and Adam Crenney were on target for Middleton Cheney in a 4-0 win at Horspath.
Mark Scanes and Andrew Gledhill helped themselves to doubles in Launton Sports’ 4-0 victory at Yarnton.
Hat-tricks from Matty Holton and Ben Foster capped resurgent Bletchingdon’s 8-0 home thrashing of Oxford Irish in the Premier Division.
Andy White and Lewis Morrison were their other marksmen.
A Nick Lacey penalty save from Piers McGlynn ensured a clean sheet.
In-form Bletchingdon have now gleaned 16 points from their last seven matches.
Doubles from Sofian Vessabi, Lewis McGillycuddy and Cameron Knight helped Mansfield Road to an 8-2 win at Garsington.
Adam Halewood and Simon Dickie wrapped it up, with Michael Steers and Shaun Herman replying.
Jamie Perkin hit a last-gasp penalty equaliser as Freeland drew 1-1 at home to Oxford University Press.
Marlon James had put the visitors ahead, but Perkin levelled four minutes into injury time after Lewis White was brought down.
Simon Godfrey scored a hat-trick, including a penalty, as Chalgrove strolled to a 3-0 win at Long Crendon in Division 1.
Braces from Karl Tucker and David Villiers saw Broughton & North Newington to a 7-3 win at Enst-one.
Chris Tillcock, Andrew Robey and Aaron Lowe completed their tally, with Nick Acock, Dan Coss and Nathan Bott replying.
Former Oxford United winger Joey Beauchamp hit a double for Bletchingdon Res in a 3-0 win at OUP Res in Division 2.
Ian Roberts was their other marksman.
Sixteen-year-old Phil Cassidy scored a first-half winner for Oxford Irish Res as they beat Broughton & North Newington Res 1-0 in Division 3.
Clarendon Cup 3rd round: Eynsham Res 1 (I Law), North Oxford Res 2 (L Trotman, C Stevens).