CARO Harris scored twice as Oxford Hawks made it two wins out of three in Women’s Hockey League Conference West.

Lexi Newall was also on target in the 3-0 win at University of Birmingham 2nd, which saw them climb to third in the table as a result.

The visitors were quick to gain the upper hand, but had to wait until the second half to score.

Harris put them ahead five minutes after the break from a rebound at a penalty corner.

Newall doubled the lead after Becca Edwards’ shot hit the post and fell her way, before Harris sealed a fine win late on.

Witney’s strong start in South League Division 1 continued with a 2-1 home win against Marlow.

Mille Hartwell opened the scoring, but the visitors levelled from a penalty corner.

Marlow had no answer when Witney went ahead for the second time, Abi Flory winning the game when she deflected in Ellie Norton’s shot.

Goals from Millie Berndes-Cade and Rachael Lammey kept Oxford’s 100 per cent record in Division 2 intact.

They are now top by two points after a 2-1 derby win at Oxford Hawks 2nd.

The home side exerted the early pressure, but Oxford hit back to score twice before half-time.

Harriet Hargreaves halved the deficit in the second half, but the visitors dug in defensively, with Charlotte Seaman in particular standing out.

Oxford Hawks sit bottom of the Men’s Hockey League Division 1 South after a third single-goal defeat.

They went down 1-0 in a closely-fought contest at home to Team Bath Bucaneers, who struck two minutes from time.

Zum Akhter and Henry Vallis scored doubles to fire Oxford OBU to a thumping 7-3 home victory against Southgate 2nd.

Will Heywood, Sean Cox and Hector Lyons also notched to maintain the South Hockey League Premier Division 2 West’s only flawless record.

They had to work hard for it, though, as Southgate scored twice after falling 3-0 behind.

But the home side found an extra gear to claim a comfortable win.

Witney are still waiting for their first point of the MBBO Regional 1 season after losing 3-2 at Amersham.

Their hopes of getting off the mark were in tatters when the home side scored three times in the opening ten minutes.

James Youngman scored twice, including a penalty flick, but it was not enough.



Oxford Hawks 0, Team Bath Buccaneers 1; Aylesbury 2, Oxford Hawks 2nd 8 (F Smith 3, J Lawton-Smith 2, P Barnett, S Greenbank, B Marshall); Oxford Hawks 3rd 2 (L Cooke 2), Wycombe 2nd 1; Oxford Hawks 4th 1 (G Biggs), Wallingford 2nd 3 (J Garrod, A Jones, B White); Oxford Hawks 5th 4 (M Pickup, S Dawson, P Poulter, C Royer), Newbury & Thatcham 3rd 3; Sonning 4th 1, Oxford Hawks 6th 2 (E Watson, J Nugent); South Berkshire Terriers 1, Oxford Hawks 7th 0; Woking Pitts the Elders 3, Oxford Hawks Falcons 2; Marlow 2nd 2, Oxford 2nd 2 (H Currie, S Worlidge); Windsor 5, Oxford 3rd 2 (B Brearey); Oxford 4th 2 (D MacArthur, J Cowen-Darcy), OMT 3rd 2; Oxford 5th 2 (G Jan James, G Vandeleur), Windsor 2nd 2; Thame 2nd 3, Oxford 6th 0; Oxford 7th 5 (E Dyer 2, I Wilson, H Collinet, T Henriksen), Oxford 8th 4 (E Bennett 2, J Conway, R Phillips); Oxford 9th 2 (P Radcliffe, R Aumonier), Wallingford 5th 2; Witney 2nd w/o Eastcote; Witney 3rd 4 (E Easterbrook, A Wells, N August, R Morgan), Henley 5th 1; Wallingford 2 (D Pilbeam, S Windsor-Lewis), Sonning 1; Wallingford 4th 3, Gerrards Cross 2nd 0; Oxford Hawks U18 5, Reading U18 B 5; Oxford Hawks U16 2, Oxford U16 2; South Berks U14 0, Oxford Hawks U14 9; Oxford Hawks U14 B 0, Thame U14 8; Oxford Hawks U12 A 2, Oxford U12 4; Bicester U12 7, Oxford Hawks U12 B 4.


University of Birmingham 2nd 0, Oxford Hawks 3 (C Harris 2, L Newall); Oxford Hawks 2nd 1 (H Hargreaves), Oxford 2; South Berkshire 1, Oxford Hawks 3rd 1 (M Minton); Wycombe 2nd 4, Oxford Hawks 4th 1 (B Cudlip); Oxford Hawks 5th 1 (S Dawes), Newbury & Thatcham 2nd; Oxford Hawks 6th 2 (L Hiner, L Phillips), Sonning 4th; Newbury & Thatcham 3, Oxford 2nd 2 (R Andrew 2); Thame 0, Oxford 3rd 1 (M Hulcup); Oxford 4th 1 (L De Pedro), Amersham & Chalfont 3rd 2; Oxford 5th 3 (F Kramer, N Sharp, C Dennison), Phoenix & Ranelagh 2nd 1; Witney 3rd 1 (J Goodman), Oxford 6th 0; Oxford 7th 3 (L Jeffers, J Roberts, E Allen), Aylesbury 4th 0; Oxford 8th 2 (M Dogar, A Fahy-James), Wycombe 6th 2; Witney 2nd 2 (K Fowler, K Scott), Sonning 2nd 3; Marlow 2nd 0, Wallingford 0; Wallingford 2nd 2 (S Lye 2), Reading Rockets 2; Wychwood 2, Wallingford 3rd 1 (K McEwen); Wallingford 4th 3 (M Alexander 2, M Bennett), Banbury 5th 2; Wallingford 5th 0, Marlow 6th 3; Oxford Hawks U16 A 3, Reading U16 2; Oxford Hawks U16 B 5, Wallingford U16 0; Oxford Hawks U14 B 4, Oxford U14 B 1; Marlow U14 B 0, Oxford Hawks U14 A 5; Oxford Hawks U12 B 3, Banbury U12 1.