FOOTBALL: Aston humbled by Jack the lad

12:00pm Wednesday 27th November 2013

Leaders Ducklington cruised to a 4-1 home victory against Aston in the Premier Division.

Jack Morton (2), Ryan Colleton and Gary Brookes did the damaghe for Ducklington, with Graham Carter hitting back for Aston.

Second-placed Hailey won 4-1 at Chadlington.

Ian Steele, Dean Mays, Lee Manning and Harvey Butler netted for Hailey with Steve Hunt replying.

West Witney saw off struggling Minster Lovell 4-2 at home, with Karl Dodds, Ian Sparkes, Chris Hirons and Tony McLemen netting.

Nathan Harris and Richard Williams replied for Minster.

Hanborough lost 2-1 at home to Chipping Norton.

Craig Johnson scored for the hosts in the second half, but goals from Reece Bayliss and Matt Jeffrey settled won it for the visitors.

Craig McCallum and Mark Goode netted for Charlbury Town as they won 2-1 at Witney Royals. Tom Kempster replied for the hosts.

Hailey Res moved two points clear at the top of Division 1 after a 4-2 home win over Eynsham SSC.

John Andrews (2), Steve Holder and an own goal made up their tally, with John Ayres (2) replying.

Darren Davenport hit a hat-trick as Carterton Pumas stormed to a 7-0 victory at Freeland.

Kyle Drummond (2), Simon Turner and Stu Harris completed their tally.

Bourton Rovers stay in third after a 5-2 success at Kingham.

Dan Davies and Liam Barnes scored for the hosts but goals from David Gainford, Rick Coleman, Sam Mattock, Phillip Colmer and Silas Orr settled the tie.

Matt Townsend scored all four goals in Spartan Rangers’ 4-0 home win over Hanborough Res.

FC Hollybush moved three points clear at the top of Division 2 with a 4-2 home win over Witney Royals Res.

Dave Cooper grabbed a double with Lee Keyes and Timothy Stiddard getting the others. Lee Scholes and Steve Reynolds replied for Royals.

Combe leap-frogged Kirtlington into second place after a 3-1 away success.

The hosts scored through Adam Kelly, but Combe won it with goals from Roger Moss, Simon Baker and Peter Searle.

Ducklington Res won 6-3 at Bampton Town, with a four-timer from Scott Mason.

Jason Hirschfield and Matt Hunter got the others in reply to efforts from Adam Lee, Jamie Austin and Paddy Giuillious.

FC Mills earned only their second win of the season, goals from Matt Holloway (penalty) and Rob Seymour earning a 2-1 success at AC Finstock. Tom Gregory replied. Witney Wanderers defeated Milton 3-2, with James Bason, Stuart Morrison and Marcelo Guitherme on target.

Jon Chapman and Tom Hemmings replied.

Carterton Town B stayed top of Division 3 following a 6-0 home win against Bourton Rovers Res.

Olly Bush (2), Chris Jordan, John Smailes, Steve Jenkins and Craig Isle were all on target.

Jason Smith scored the winner as second-placed Minster Lovell Res won 1-0 at home to Wootton.

Ducklington A crashed 8-3 at home to Middle Barton.

Pat Brown scored for the hosts who were then gifted two own goals, amidst the Middle Barton onslaught.

Martin Kay and Ashley Scearce each bagged a brace while brothers Paul and George Kay, plus Jack Fowler also netted.

A rare goal from veteran player-manager Kev Denley capped the success.

Nathan Beckett scored a hat-trick in Bampton United’s 4-0 win over Brize Norton Res. Lloyd Hancock bagged No 4.

Charlbury Res lost 3-2 at home to Kingham Res. Jake Godfrey and Dom Crisp scored for Charlbury, but Ed Webb (2) and Richard French won it for the visitors.

Chipping Norton Res had to settle for a 1-1 draw at home to Spartan Rangers Res.

Matt Smith scored for the hosts, with Adam Izzard getting on target for Spartan.

Corinthians stayed top of Division 4 despite only picking up a point in their 4-4 draw with Aston Res.

Aston scored courtesy of goals from Si Isherwood, Tom Dexter, Matt Jameson and Ryan Cook with Corinthians strikes coming from Dan Smith (2), Karl Indge and Dan Killick.

Tower Hill continued their rampant form with a 7-0 thrashing of Chadlington Res. Ian Wright, Jamie Goodwin and Connor Tinsley all scored twice with Adam Bolley getting the other.

Eynsham SSC Res found their early season form as they beat Spartan Rangers A 5-3.

Kevin Webb (3), Lee Parsons and Luke Barker scored for the hosts with Martin Edwards, John Oswald and Mark Carpenter replying for Spartan.

Wychwood Forest’s revival continued with a resounding 9-2 thrashing of Wootton Res.

Paul Biggam scored for the hosts but hat-tricks from Ben Pole and Tim Jacob gave the visitors an unassailable lead. Further goals from Scott Read, Damon Tewski and Mark Statham put the tie beyond doubt.

Milton Res earned their first win of the season with a 3-2 success over Bampton United Res.

Strikes from Arrun Baker, Jack Owen and an own goal from Kevin Shadbolt proved telling as Matt Curtis’ brace wasn’t quite enough for the visitors.


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