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GIRLS FOOTBALL: Joy of the Rovers
6:00am Wednesday 18th December 2013 in Youth & Women's
Quarry Rovers went top of the Under 11 league after a 9-1 win at home to Kidlington.
Damini Bhagat led the way with four goals with strikes from Amy Gillett, Shola Enwonwu, Natalia Sved, Sofia Garrard and Gabrielle Crook.
Emily Elston was on the mark with a consolation for Kidlington.
Carterton Town defeated Wantage 4-1 away from home in a five-a- side game.
Wantage led through Edel Nicholson, but it was all downhill from then.
Ruby Colleton soon had Carterton on level terms. and Katie Gough made it 2-1 just before half time.
Ellie Walecki and Colleton, with her second, sealed it.
Stonesfield Strikers defeated Bardwell 2-1 away from home in the Under 15 league.
In an even first half, it was Bardwell who broke the deadlock with a strike from Charlotte May.
In the second half, Stonesfield scored through Rachel Everett and Rachelle Newman to complete the turnaround.
Oxford City hammered Kingham 14-0 in the Under 15 League Kingham made a game of it in the first half.
However, it was a different story in the second period as Oxford added ten goals.
Lauren Page (4), Shelley Knight (3), Lara Althorp (2), Miriam Pritchard (2), Ellie Larkin, Lily Hernandez and Chloe Holden did the damage.
Meanwhile, in the Oxfordshire FA County Cup, Kidlington made it to the next stage of the Under 14 contest after a nerve-jangling penalty shoot-out win.
They drew 1-1 after extra time with Benson in a superb clash.
Abi Haynes gave Kidlington the lead, but Amy Loveridge squared matters.
The deadlock was broken in the dramatic sudden-death shoot-out which Kidlington won 7-6.
In the Under 16 tournament, Oxford City defeated Oxford Bluebirds 6-2.
City were always in control despite Bluebirds’ Georgina Tayman wiping out the opening goal from Lara Althorp.
City banged in five more goals through Althorp, Shelley Knight, Lauren Page, Dara Austin and Ellie Larkin before the home side grabbed a consolation through Kiera Isaac.
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