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FOOTBALL: Hedger slams super double
10:30am Wednesday 28th March 2012 in Sat Local
PAUL Hedger bagged a brace as Oxford University Press ended Garsington’s long unbeaten run in the Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division with a 4-1 win.
The hosts, who were undefeated since the end of last year, took the lead when Joe Cook fired in from 30 yards.
However, Hedger levelled before Rui Garcia put OUP ahead with a tidy finish.
Neil Lockhart made it 3-1 with a penalty, before Hedger sealed it with his second.
Jamie Hodges and Danny Taylor helped themselves to hat-tricks in Eynsham’s 10-1 win at Long Crendon in Division 1.
Tom McCudden bagged a double, with Rory Thomson and Andy Glossop completing the scoring.
A treble from Daniel Jones saw Kidlington Old Boys win 4-2 at Chadlington. Kristian Thomas sealed their tally, with David Cooper and Craig Salmon (penalty) replying.
Arron Rogers scored three times for Oakley United in their 7-0 thrashing of North Oxford.
Martin Kinsey (2), Alex Woodfine and Chris Davies also netted.
Luke Day hit a second-half winner for Riverside in their 1-0 victory at Watlington.
Goals from Carl Hibbins and Lewis Jackson saw Northway to a 2-1 win at Broughton & North Newington, for whom Laurance Caro was on target.
A brace apiece from Sid Bartlett and sub Jack Eley saw Enstone Sports to an 8-0 hammering of Yarnton.
Jason Eley, Jack Mahoney, Danny Phillips and Paul Canning completed the rout.
Garsington Res strolled to a 4-1 win at OUP Res in Division 2, with a treble from Jason Conder and a Richard Morgan strike. Jordan Goff replied.
AFC Hinksey Res lifted the Division 3 title with a 3-2 win at Horspath Res.
David Jennings’s brace and a Martino Ventriglia header gave Hinksey take a 3-0 lead.
Nigel Collins and Tom Williams set up a tense finale, but Hinksey held on to take the title in their first season.
Jack Smith and Adam Pike were on target for Oakley United Res as they won 2-1 at Oxford Irish Res. Rocky Whiting scored for Irish.
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