10:30am Wednesday 23rd October 2013
TOM Cox hit a hat-trick as Bishops Itchington defeated Highfield Old Boys 6-1 in the first round of the Banbury District & Lord Jersy FA’s Coronation Cup, which celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Jordan Cox, Joe French and Richard Wingrove also found the net, with Mike Sofroniou replying.
KEA ran out 5-0 victors away to Bodicote Sports.
Vinny Orrey (2), Gary Wickens and Sam Donaldson scored, with the goal of the game coming from Lewis Bland’s long-range effort.
Fenny Compton bagged three extra-time goals to beat Heyford United 4-2.
Jason Wright put Fenny ahead, but Travis Currel equalised with seconds to spare to take the game to extra time.
Three goals in the first period from Ricky Horrex, Lewis Currel and Currel sealed victory, despite a Ben Williams reply for Heyford.
A Keiran Chambers penalty gave Heyford Athletic a 1-0 success at Bloxham.
Hornton edged to a penalty shoot-out victory at Sinclair United.
Richard Englishby put the visitors ahead, but Chris Plumb’s strike took the game to extra time.
And Hornton keeper Dan Smith proved the hero with two spot-kick saves as his side won 4-3 on penalties.
Abba Athletic scored twice in each half on the way to a 4-0 victory over Steeple Aston.
Colin Gilmer and Elliot Kernahan put them 2-0 ahead at the break.
With Steeple down to ten men through injuries, Matt Drew made it 3-0 before Sam Hodges was brought down in the box, and picked himself up to slot home and complete the scoring.
Woodford scored four times in the final 15 minutes on the way to a 4-0 triumph over Cropredy.
Nobby Wiltshire eventually broke the deadlock, before Tom Henderson added a quickfire brace.
Pablo Powell put the icing on the cake with a superb chip to make it 4-0.
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