HARWELL & Hendred set up a title decider against leaders Cholsey Bluebirds as they beat Oxford City 5-1 to maintain their 100 per cent Under 13 A League record, writes PAUL LYON.

Luca James, Brian McCarron, Harry Fisher, Cameron King and Ciaran O’Mahony scored for Harwell, with Jack Kavanagh netting City’s consolation.

Cholsey Bluebirds maintained their place at the top of the table on goal difference with a 2-1 success at Cumnor Minors.

Kian Meskini and Lewis Penny scored early on for the visitors, but despite Mark Adamson pulling one back for Cumnor late on, the home side were unable to find an equaliser.

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Garsington Youth were beaten 4-1 at home to Under 15 A League leaders Eversley & California, despite taking an early lead through Joe Ryan.

The visitors hit back with a Joseph Romasnki brace and goals from Ethan Sears and Harry Cage.

North Leigh were held to a 2-2 home draw by Southcote Colts, with Zak Farrow’s brace for the hosts being cancelled out by two goals from Southcote’s James Spruyt.

Cumnor Minors continued their unbeaten start to the C League season with an 11-0 win at Kidlington Youth Comets.

Six goals from Harry Tilling, four from Dominic Taylor and another from Will Early kept Minors top of the league in style.

Chalgrove came from behind to win 5-1 at Botley Boys, equalising through Tom Leighfield after falling behind early on.

Josh Billingham struck a brace and Joe Croxford and Luke Davis also scored to give the visitors a comfortable victory.

In the Under 14 C League, Wheatley edged a nine-goal thriller to beat Florence Park 5-4 away from home.

Joe Bowley and Harry Walid scored two each and an own goal gave Wheatley their sixth straight victory, with Orlando Nieli’s brace and goals from Owen Gilbert and Ellsi Matthews not enough for Park.

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