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FOOTBALL: Larkin helps City go clear at the top

Oxford Mail: Didcot under 15’s Isla Nugent (left) gets in first to deny Oxford City’s Lauren Page Didcot under 15’s Isla Nugent (left) gets in first to deny Oxford City’s Lauren Page

Ellie Larkin’s dazzling double strike inspired leaders Oxford City to a sparkling 4-1 triumph over Didcot Casuals in the Oxford Mail Girls under 15 league.

City took the lead on 12 minutes through Lauren Page, who rounded the goalkeeper before applying a cool finish.

Chloe Holden then set up the player- of-the-match Larkin to make it 2-0.

Shelley Knight put City 3-0 up, sweetly turning in Lily Hernandez’s corner from close range.

A minute later it was 4-0 with Larkin providing a clinical finish.

Didcot battled back and Allie Lynn got a consolation effort.

Bardwell dumped Kingham All Black 6-0 in a game of two halves.

The first was goalless but the second the complete opposite as the floodgates opened.

Maisie Berry bagged a treble, Siobhan Siggers got two and Beth Dutton finished it off.

Stonesfield Strikers thumped Carterton Town 5-0.

Rachel Everett led the way with a hat-trick Rachel Newman and Milly Booth getting the other goals.

Kidlington continued to display much improved league form when they won 5-0 at Highworth.

Casey Brennan (2), Rosie McCabe, Emily Young and Frankie Hamby did the damage.

Lulu Von Pander led the way with a stunning four-timer as Summertown Stars disposed of Wantage 5-0 in the under 10 league.

Anna Hamerow got the other goal.

It was not all one-way traffic though, with Stars goalkeeper Carys Esau-Buitrago making a number of excellent saves.

Summertown Stars fought off a determined Carterton Town challenge to prevail 4-1 in their under 11 league contest.

Alissa Sattentau (2), Sofia Mori and an own goal saw Stars home with Ellie Jones replying for Carterton.

Yasmin Knock (2) and Katie Mille were on target as Thame defeated Kidlington Harriers 3-0 in the under 12 league.

Tower Hill Vixens had four different goalscorers in their 4-0 win over Carterton Town.

Holly Evans, Millie Hartwell, Georgia Harris and Leah Jordan-Cooper were on the mark.

Tower Hill Vixens edged through in the Under 13 League Cup by beating Kidlington 1-0.

They had hit the frame of the goal twice before Marianne Hauer grabbed the winner.

Oxford Bluebirds enhanced their Under 16 title bid with a 1-0 success over Chinnor.

The winner came courtesy of a well- taken goal by Alexa Barry mid-way through the second half.

Chinnor pushed in the last 20 minutes but they were unable to get anything out of the game as Corri Fox, Jo Taylor, Aimee O’Connor and Sarah Dougall were all denied.

Lulu Von Pander led the way with a stunning four-timer as Summertown Stars disposed of Wantage 5-0 in the under 10 league.

Anna Hamerow got the other goal.

It was not all one-way traffic though, with Stars goalkeeper Carys Esau-Buitrago making a number of excellent saves.

Summertown Stars fought off a determined Carterton Town challenge to prevail 4-1 in their under 11 league contest.

Alissa Sattentau (2), Sofia Mori and an own goal saw Stars home with Ellie Jones replying for Carterton.

Yasmin Knock (2) and Katie Mille were on target as Thame defeated Kidlington Harriers 3-0 in the under 12 league.

Tower Hill Vixens had four different goalscorers in their 4-0 win over Carterton Town.

Holly Evans, Millie Hartwell, Georgia Harris and Leah Jordan-Cooper were on the mark.

Tower Hill Vixens edged through in the Under 13 League Cup by beating Kidlington 1-0.

They had hit the frame of the goal twice before Marianne Hauer grabbed the winner.

  • Kidlington thumped Chesham United 5-0 in the Oxon/Bucks League Under 14 La Liga.

Lucy Durham (2), Abi Haynes (2) and Amberley Vircavs got their goals.
Barton United took the honours in their Under 13 Primeira Liga clash with Risborough Rangers thanks to  to the only goal from Mya Morris.

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