Oxfordshire Senior League

CROPEDY maintained top spot in the Premier Division with a 3-2 win at third-placed Hanborough.

Dan Reeves, Jack Welch and Harry Walters were all on target for the visitors, who are three points clear.

Ian Steele and Conor Henderson replied for Hanborough.

Freeland are second after a 3-1 win over Bicester United.

Tomas Parker, Dan Taylor and Jamie Mundy netted for the hosts, while Rowan Chappell hit Bicester’s consolation.

Jae Sharkey’s double and one from Luke Cuff saw Marston Saints win 3-2 at Chesterton. Jimmy Casbierd scored both for the hosts.

Kennington Athletic drew 2-2 with Summertown Stars.

James Smith and Rob Andrews were on target for Kennington, but strikes from Tom Holmes and Sato Kubomwra ensured the spoils were shared.

Yarnton edged past Horspath 3-2, thanks to goals from Matthew Spooner, Adam Wells and Senan Simmons.

Eynsham Association went back to the top of Division 1 after a 3-2 win at Woodstock Town Development thanks to a Kris Clark hat-trick.

Max Roberts and Tom Beckett scored for Woodstock.

They leapfrogged Middleton Cheney, who drew 1-1 at Adderbury Park Res.

The only game in Division 2 saw Heyford Athletic Res beat Chinnor Res 8-0.

Ben Kaluza (4), Steve Roberts (2), Adam Mercer and Sam Hodges found the net.

North Berks League

SAXTON Rovers Res booked their place in the second round of the AG Kingham Cup with an injury-time winner against Watlington Town Res.

After a goalless first half, the deadlock was broken on the hour when Archie Smith crossed to Josh Harper to fire hosts Saxton in front.

Watlington levelled with their next attack as Liam Cox fired home.

With time running out, Saxton grabbed the winner as Michael Smith was found in the box to drill home.

In Division 1, Hagbourne United maintained their perfect start with a 2-1 win against visitors East Hendred.

Lewis Noble and Lewis Wilcox scored their goals, with Aiden Di Toro replying.

Saxton Rovers eased past Steventon 3-0 with a brace from Ollie Nadin and a further goal from Billy Wilson.

Long Wittenham beat Lambourn Sports 2-1 with goals from Ed Stanhope and Jake Chaffrey, with Damian Harris netting for Lambourn.

Dorchester stayed top of Division 2 with a thumping 8-1 win over Lambourn Res.

Joe Marriott and Chris Winstone both scored trebles, with further goals coming from Tom Settle and Ash Stevens.

Mark Jones replied for Lambourn.

Hanney 66 Club picked up their first win, seeing off Berinsfield Res 5-3.

Their goals came from Steve McKay, Stuart Moffatt, Matt Wring, Conrad Martin and Anthony Brown, while Tony Beechers, Jon Welch and Mennan Calvo replied.


AG Kingham Cup 1st round: Long Wittenham 3 (C Harper, L Jones, J Webster), Drayton Res 0.

Div 3: North Oxford Res 3 (G Davies 2, V Eastman), Steventon Res 2 (M Hill, G Rudman); Faringdon Tn A 1 (J Green), Letcombe Res 1 (J McGahey).

North Berks Charity Shield 1st round: Drayton 8 (J Dennis 3, A Taylor 2, N Merry, P Walsh, A Kerry), Wantage Tn A 0.

Witney & District FA

CARTERTON Town A cruised into the second round of the Fred Ford Cup as they hammered Kingham All Blacks 7-1.

Alex Bradley’s hat-trick led the way, with Dave Wanless, Kyle Drummond, Alex Smith and Tom MacKenzie-Fenwick also on target.

Kingham replied through Dan Davies.

Chadlington saw off Ducklington 5-3.

Rocky Burton, Alfie Peachey, Jay Webb, Jacob Hazlewood and Matt Chadwick were on the mark for the home side, while Ducklington hit back through Charlie Fisher, Tom Costley and Ed Smith.

Carterton brushed aside hosts Chipping Norton 6-0.

Jacob Hughes and Tommy Burns both bagged braces, with Nick Rose and Carl Austin completing the rout.

Hook Norton proved far too strong for FC Ascott Rangers as they ran riot in a 10-3 triumph.

James Ingham and Jay Mair both struck four-timers for Hooky, with Max Green and Harry Prickett also on target.

Chris Brooksbank (2) and Josh Morgan replied.

Milton slammed FC Mills for ten without reply.

Dan Hootton hit a hat-trick, with doubles for Stephen Pearce and Jim Littlewood.

William Collett, Alex Ayres and an own goal wrapped up a crushing win.

Wootton Sports went one better as they thrashed visitors Sherbourne Harriers 11-1.

There were four-timers for Lee Spencer and Craig Gilboy, with Michael Steers (2) and Luke Leggett scoring the others.


Fred Ford Cup 1st round: Charlbury Tn 4 (T Robertson 2, M Hayes, S Stich), Bletchingdon 0; East Oxford Rgrs 3 (C Senior, N Edwards, L Smith), Aston 2 (N Angus, L Keyes); Eynsham SSC 0, Witney Royals 3 (C Donohoe, L Rippington, R Harris); Spartan Rgrs 0, Brize Norton 3 (J Farrugia, B Brown, S Rawlings); Stonesfield 2 (C Rice, N Higgs), Siege FC 0; Tower Hill 4 (J Scott 3, J Holifield), Enstone 2 (J Hunt, A McCabe).

Div 2: Carterton Res 0, Charlbury Tn Res 3 (M Faulkner 2, D Corbin).

Div 3: Kingham AB Res 2 (L Barnes, B Gibbons), Wootton Sports Res 1 (M Mumford).

Div 4: Brize Norton Res 4 (J Hirshfield, D Sollis, C Clarke, D Duffy), Bampton Utd Res 1; Hailey A 6 (C Davies 2, M Semlali 2, K King, H Macke), Spartan Rgrs A 0.