CRITCHLEYS UTV LEAGUE
LEADERS Freeland Yeoman marched on with their eighth Division 1 win in eight games, beating struggling Rutherford 4-0 away from home.
Two stunning Simon Calley headers and two close-range efforts from Aston Leach were enough to ensure the points went back to Freeland.
Dan Air struck four times to help Iffley Harriers to an impressive 7-3 win over AFC Valley, with Dominic Tolpitt, Jamie Foye and Dan Bond also netting for the hosts.
Ten-man Tree Grove hit back to beat Northway 8-4, despite falling two goals behind early on.
Dale Faircloth struck an impressive four-timer, Tom Bennet scored three and Rob Joyce also netted for the hosts.
Standlake Garage were the season’s first victims of Checkendon Exiles who moved off the bottom of Division 2 with a 4-3 home win.
Ben Allan scored three and Patrick Isaac was also on target.
Tim Senior and a double from Gary Atkinson ensured Standlake made their opponents work for the victory.
Hat-trick hero Sean Herman proved the difference as Northway Res upset league leaders Green Tree Wallingford 3-0 to inflict a first defeat of the season on the home side.
Luke Murphy scored seven goals as North Oxford Conservative Club demolished the Village Inn 12-0 in a one-sided affair.
Andrew Cotter notched twice and there were also goals for Joey Beauchamp, David Harper and Stephen Doyle.
Abingdon Exiles and Woodstock Wanderers cancelled each other out in a 0-0 stalemate.
The match wasn’t completely without incident, however, as Woodstock had substitute Simon Bray sent from the ground for comments made to the referee.
Gary Brown scored twice as Black Swan overcame Sutton Wanderers 3-1.
Dan Cox also netted, while Luke French bagged Sutton’s reply.
Forest Hill edged out Black Swan 3-2, thanks to a brace from Jimmy Devine and a Matt Wigley goal.
Jack Hackett and Johnathan Eldridge scored Black Swan’s consolation efforts.
A John Mills hat-trick helped Kennington Athletic to a 4-2 victory over Watlington Town and moved them up to second in the Division 3 table.
Matthew Hudson was also on target for the home side.
Long Wittenham won 6-0 at home to Great Western Park.
Andy Sutherland and Joe Murphy bagged two goals each, with Andy Taylor and Steve Molloy also netting.
New Club won 5-2 at Abba Athletic, despite the efforts of two-goal Mark Goode.
Strikes from Chris Kent (2), Sam Denny, Joey Hall and Kevin Hughes ensured his heroics were in vain.
Leaders Jet FC needed a goal from Paul West to overcome Wallingford Cross Keys, his strike proving the difference as the home side edged it 1-0.