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FOOTBALL: Hinksey keep treble hope alive
11:10am Wednesday 4th April 2012 in Sun Local
AFC Hinksey’s unique treble is still on after a 4-0 home win over Barton United sent them into the Hedley Toms/Michael Brown Memorial Trophy final, writes Tim Siret.
Jelroy Constant’s double, plus goals from Steve Haines and Lance Williams secured the win for Hinksey, who meet rivals Kidlington Royals in the final at Abingdon United on April 15.
They are already in the Devenney Cup final and are chasing the Premier Division title.
AFC Jericho progressed to the Alan Alder Trophy semi-finals, despite a 3-2 home defeat by OUP Wanderers.
Jericho, whose marksmen were Marley Joseph and Dan New, go through on goal difference, with Louis Joyce’s hat-trick for OUP proving in vain.
Alex Fletcher grabbed the winner in Cholsey United’s 3-2 victory at Yellow Eagles in their Division 2 top-of-the table clash.
Cholsey also struck through Martin Dawson and an Alex Dawson own goal, while Eagles’ replies came from Lloyd Little and a Danny Morgan free-kick.
Shane Walley smashed a hat- trick as King & Queen Wheatley crept into second place by trouncing Didcot Casuals 8-0.
Craig Thomas (2), Sam Gordon, Ben Jones and Matthew Rapkins completed their tally.
Research Machines will hope their final game of the season – a 3-2 win at Checkendon Exiles – keeps them in the division next season.
Simon Collett hit a hat-trick for Machines, with a Dan Phillips penalty and Arron Ploszynski replying.
Div 3A: Abingdon Exiles 1 (R Lucibello), Iffley Harriers 2 (J Hussain, J Woodhams); Freeland Yeoman 2 (M Hardy, S Calley), Railway Wheatley 3 (A Buttress, S Liptrot, A Hall).
Div 3B: Black Swan 3 (M Quinan 3), Crowmarsh 0; The Tree 13 (L Faircloth 4, J James 3, J Dutton 3, C Payne 2, D Caven), Milton Midgets 1.
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