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FOOTBALL: Abingdon cruise to the top

Oxford Mail: Steventon goalkeeper Luke McIntosh brings down Abingdon’s Kieran Cochrane to give away a penalty which was missed Steventon goalkeeper Luke McIntosh brings down Abingdon’s Kieran Cochrane to give away a penalty which was missed

NORTH BERKS LEAGUE

DIVISIONS1,2&3

ABINGDON United Res went top of Division 2 after an 8-1 home win over Steventon, with doubles from Tom Larman, Kieran Cochrane and Aaron Andrews.

Steve Pitson and Mark Druce added to their tally, with Shane Butler replying for Steventon.

Dave Coleman and Lee Andrews netted for Coleshill United as they won 2-1 at Marcham who scored via Dave Yallop.

Faringdon Town Res won 5-2 at Sutton Courtenay courtesy of Chris Benson (2), Adam Clay, Jason Evans and an own goal. Mike Hooton and Dave Southey replied.

Radley put 12 past Saxton Rovers Res without reply.

Richard Hathaway netted a treble, William Wright, Karl Guschtscha and Luke Ambler all scored twice, along with Simon Barnaby, Brodie Evans and Mike Steers.

In the only Division 1 match, Kintbury Rangers remain unbeaten following a 4-1 home success over Long Wittenham Athletic, a win that moves them within two points of the leaders.

Charlie Allsop netted a hat-trick alongside a Tom Burch strike. JR Willis replied for Wittenham.

The top two clashed in Division 3, with Westminster edging Kintbury Rangers Res 4-3.

James Keen, Dan Way and Josh Way scored for Rangers, but Westminster prevailed through Josh Bourton (2), Dean Staniford and Seb Hickey.

Doubles for Jamie Gregory and Brad Gill and goals by Dave Griffin and James Vaughan gave Stanford in the Vale a 6-0 win at Dorchester Res.

Benson Lions won 2-0 at home to Hungerford Town Swifts courtesy of Alan Kilday and Pete Smiley’s goals.

Hosts Blewbury toppled Harwell International Res 3-1, with strikes from Connor Sugden, Scott Prior and Tom Hatton. Adam Spurrett replied.

Milton United Res ran out 7-4 winners over Clanfield 85 Res. Rhys Griffiths netted three, Daryl Potter scored twice and Dan Knapp and Sam Fielden one each.

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