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FOOTBALL: Butler answers call with seven-timer
10:00am Wednesday 25th September 2013 in Youth & Women's
Dylan Butler smashed seven goals as Eynsham Youth reached the second round of the Giles Sports Witney Youth League's Under 12 Knockout Cup with a 13-1 victory over Middleton Cheney.
Butler has hit a rich vein of form, and notched another impressive haul after scoring three times last week.
Jonny Harrington, Ollie Walsh and Zac Arthur added braces, while Charlie Fisher’s goal was little more than a consolation for the visitors.
Matthew Trice hit a hat-trick in Kingston Colts’ 5-3 win over Launton Boys Rangers.
Owen Stokes, Joe Reed and Charlie May were all on the mark for Rangers, but Trice’s triple effort, as well as goals from Finlay Bryan and Will James, ensured that Kingston came out on top.
Launton Boys Athletic came from behind to beat Bampton Town Youth 2-1 thanks to goals from Ben Meaney and Josh Hannaway. Nathan Walton had opened the scoring for Bampton.
Charlie Pieton (2) and Dan Stevens scored for Launton in their 3-2 victory over Ducklington in the Under 15A League.
Matthew Lock’s brace proved in vain.
Easington Sports put eight unanswered goals past Deddington Town Cobras in the Under 13C League.
Daniel Fong scored a hat-trick while Ellis Etheridge, Lewis Simons and Michael Ray all found the net, with Tom O'Cleary also hitting a brace.
In the A League, Kingston Colts crashed in four second-half goals as they beat Chipping Norton Town 6-1 and moved up to second.
Owen Cartright’s brace was in vain as North Leigh bowed out in the first round of the Under 10 Knockout Cup after losing 3-2 at home to Hook Norton.
Archie Parker, Thomas Tyler and Todd Heather struck for Hooky, the last-named getting the winner six minutes from time.
Harrison Wooloff and Ian Young netted either side of half-time to give Garden City a 2-0 victory over Witney Vikings in the Green League and maintain their 100 per cent start.
The win leaves them two points ahead of Ducklington, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Carterton Town.
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