10:00am Wednesday 12th December 2012
Oxford Sports & Social Club brushed hosts Barton United aside with a 6-0 demolition job in the Oxfordshire FA Sam Waters Sunday Cup third round, writes TIM SIRET.
Jonny McMahon smashed home a 25-yard free-kick for the opener.
Aaron Armstrong fired the second, quickly followed by a bullet header from Luke Bremner to make it 3-0 at the interval.
Piers McGlynn hit the best goal from 25 yards for No 4, before Craig Bloomfield headed home from close range, and Ryan Macer came off the bench to complete the rout.
Oxford now host Cock Horse Inn or Middle Cheney Dolphins in the quarter-finals on January 6.
Tom Payne hit a hat-trick as Kings Arms Wheatley made short work of Sinclair United, Banbury with a 6-0 home trouncing.
Aftab Hafiz, Luke Cuff and Mark Cattlin also netted to set up a quarter-final tie against AFC Jericho, who won 4-1 at home to Checkendon.
Louis Joyce bagged a brace, with Ben Curtis and Sam Crothers also netting. Dorchester United romped to a 10-1 home success against Chipping Norton Sunday.
David Murphy, Max Palmer and Luke Saunders all fired doubles, with Colin Royall, Shane Harris, Aaron Stockford and substitute Martin Rawlings also on the mark.
Dorcester now host Henley Town, who edged to a 2-1 home win against Zubry Oxford.
Howard Olley grabbed a late winner for Henley after Michal Kraszewski’s penalty five minutes from time had cancelled out Matt Crouchman’s opener.
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