FOOTBALL: Gerken delivers a treble in Freeland goal bonanza

8:00am Wednesday 26th March 2014

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Runaway Division 1 leaders Freeland Yeoman put struggling Sporting Headington Academicals to the sword with an emphatic 7-0 home win.

A hat-trick from Tom Gerken and a Danny Taylor brace were complemented by goals from Conor Allmond and Simon Calley as Yeoman avenged last week’s surprise Hedley Toms Group B defeat.

Dominic Tolputt netted a hat-trick of his own as second-placed Iffley Harriers kept up their pursuit with a 6-3 win over Railway Wheatley.

Dan Pear scored twice for the home side and Liam McWhirter was also on target.

North Oxford Conservative Club won 3-1 at Abingdon Exiles in Division 2.

Pat Clark scored for the home side, but it proved to be little more than a consolation as goals from Joey Beauchamp, Harry Potter and a Pat Clark own goal ensured the visitors remain in the title hunt.

Northway Res won 4-3 at home to Woodstock Wanderers.

Lewis Colwell, Sean Herman, Aaron Williams and an own goal made up Northway’s tally, with Carl Heaven (2) and Josh Gonzalez replying.

Checkendon Exiles slipped to a heavy 4-1 defeat at Forest Hill.

Matt Wigley struck twice for the hosts with Dave Kay and Steve Washington also scoring. Patrick Isitt netted Exiles’ lone reply.

A Michael Hinkin treble helped The Village Inn sweep aside Sutton Wanderers 4-1.

Daryl Potter also found the net for the hosts, with Mike James scoring for Wanderers.

White Horse Abingdon thumped hosts Standlake Garage 6-2.

Jack Hackett, Ashley Jones, Mike Hallam-Greenfield, Niall Hodgkinson, Ashley Brown and Stewart Crawford did the damage, with Kevin Senior and Sebastian White scoring Standlake’s goals.

Jason Condor struck three times to ensure that Division 3 leaders The New Club avoided defeat in a 3-3 draw at AFC Brightwell.

Martin White, Charlie Silkstone and Kieron Strange netted for the hosts, but hat-trick hero Condor ensured the visitors left with a point.

Jet FC slipped to a 3-0 defeat at home to struggling Watlington Town, as a Steve Thorpe brace and a goal from Mike Boler earned the visitors their fourth league win of the season.

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