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FOOTBALL: Wittenham keep tight rein on title hopefuls Kintbury
7:00am Wednesday 15th January 2014 in Sat Local
Long Wittenham Athletic dented Kintbury Rangers’ North Berks League Division 1 title ambitions by holding the visitors to a 1-1 draw.
Charlie Allsop netted for Kintbury, with Sam Sheppard replying.
Robbie Harrington scored twice in Faringdon Town’s 4-2 win at Wallingford Town.
Paul Hulme and an own goal completed Faringdon’s tally, with Richard Knight and Simon Vaisey replying.
Division 2 basement boys Sutton Courtenay lost 4-2 at home to Coleshill United.
Pawel Brodzinski and Kyle Dann scored for Sutton, but James Head (2), Lee Mason and Ian Wilmer gave Coles-hill victory.
Courtney Kelly and Stuart Armstrong scored for Marcham as they won 2-1 at home to East Hendred, for whom James Moss was on target.
Matt Turl hit a hat-trick in Benson Lions’ 7-1 home victory over Milton United Res in Division 3.
Andy Richardson, Alan Kilday, Luke Willis and Ryan Keightley also scored for Lions, who let in an own goal.
Benson AFC climbed to second place in Division 4 with a 6-2 home win over Long Wittenham Athletic Res.
Richard Taylor struck twice for the visitors, but Benson won the game courtesy of goals from Zach Gallagher (2), Camden Laver (2), Max Gallagher and Craig Passey.
Drayton Res ran out 6-1 winners at struggling Hagbourne United.
Jon Dunbar, Ray Patrick, Matt Lyford, Pat Walsh, Adam Froud and Luke Black netted, with Jonny Ward the Hagbourne marksman.
Uffington United stretch-ed their lead at the top of Division 5 to eight points with a 4-2 win at home to Grove Rangers Res.
Peter Fletcher, Garry Haines, George Heath and Jamie Glock scored for Uffington, with Matt Cramp and Dave Summersbee replying.
Radley Res posted a 4-2 victory at Stanford in the Vale Res.
Adam Excell, Matt Hardwick, Luke Chambers and Frankie Merola were on the mark for Radley, with Jamie Gregory and Nick Lister the Stanford scorers.
Paul Powell’s double gave Division 5 side Wallingford Town Res a 2-0 success away to East Hendred Res in the AG Kingham Cup quarter-finals.
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