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FOOTBALL: McInnerney's top job for Dorchester

Oxford Mail: Steventon keeper Stuart Tofte has his hands on the ball, but Hendred’s Shane Tripp slides in, causing a brief confrontation Steventon keeper Stuart Tofte has his hands on the ball, but Hendred’s Shane Tripp slides in, causing a brief confrontation

NORTH BERKS LEAGUE

LEAGUE ROUND-UP

THREE late second half goals gave Dorchester a 3-1 win at Harwell International to send them back to the top of Division 1, writes PHIL ANNETS.

Jamie Fleet scored first followed by two Josh McInnerney strikes. Alan Gray replied with an even later penalty.

Saxton Rovers won 2-1 at home to Wallingford Town courtesy of Louis Bloomfield’s and Ryan Johnson’s efforts. Connor Mattimore replied.

Liam Humphreys scored the only goal of the game as Faringdon Town won 1-0 at Long Wittenham Athletic.

Berinsfield lost 5-1 at home to Kintbury Rangers, for whom Scott Bowers may claim a hat-trick.

Charlie Allsop also scored, with Berinsfield conceding one, maybe two own goals as Kintbury returned to championship contention.

Berinsfield netted for themselves with a last-minute Mark Ingram penalty.

A 3-0 win at Marcham has moved Wantage Town A back level on points with Division 2 league leaders Abingdon United Res.

George Howard, Chris Roche and Liam McCullough were their three scorers. Shane McGowran and Mike Farrelly bagged a brace apiece for East Hendred in their 5-1 home win over Steventon.

Marc Reid grabbed their fifth, while Phil Richards netted the consolation for Steventon.

Blewbury held Division 3 leaders Kintbury Rangers Res to a 1-1 draw.

Pete Mewse scored Rangers goal, with Brendan Morris replying for the visitors.

Dorchester Res lost 5-1 at home to unbeaten Burghclere.

Joe Lawrence scored twice, with Rob O’Hagan and Kye Franklin grabbing one each and an own goal. Josh Axtell replied.

East Hendred Res went third in Division 4 after a 3-1 win at Grove Rangers.

Andy Pickering scored for the hosts, but goals from Jamie Hicks, Nathan White and Danny Sayer gave East Hendred the victory and lifted them above their opponents in the table.

Uffington United stretched their advantage at the top of Division 5 to 11 points following their tight 4-3 home success over second-placed Radley Res.

Jamie Glock, Ross Garcia, George Heath and Gareth Armishaw scored their goals, with Karl Goodenough (2) and Danny Warrollo replying in vain.

Stanford in the Vale Res won 2-1 at home to Grove Rangers Res courtesy of Tim Eltham’s and Joe Griggs’s strikes. Tim Harris netted for Grove.

Hagbourne United Res won the battle of the basement clubs 3-0 at Appleton Stars thanks to a Tom Pickering double and a Warren Ralph strike.

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