9:00am Wednesday 30th October 2013
DANNY Bone smashed five goals as Bletchingdon blew visitors Hanborough away 10-3 to reach the quarter-finals.
The hosts had one foot in the next round as they went into half-time with a 5-1 lead.
Hanborough briefly threatened a comeback as they made it 5-3, before Bletchingdon went up a gear.
Ben Foster added to Bone’s haul hit a hat-trick, while Mark Gaul and Andy McMahon also found the net.
Fellow Premier Division side OUP also convincingly swept into the last eight with a 5-1 win over Charlton, of Division 1.
Ben Strong opened the scoring from long range and the home side stretched their lead in the first half with goals from Sam Wharton and Neil Lockyer.
Daniel Sweeney pulled a goal back for Charlton, but Wharton’s second of the game and substitute Aaron Hall rounded off the victory.
A hat-trick from Andrew Gledhill led Launton Sports to a 6-2 win at Yarnton.
The home side paid for missing early chances and they were punished by Gledhill.
Nick Allsworth notched a brace and Michael Hicks added another, making Steven Litten’s double for Yarnton just a consolation.
The game was held up for 20 minutes due to injury to Yarnton’s Ashley Bishop.
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