CROPREDY’S patience paid off as they beat Hanborough 3-0 to reach the final of the Oxfordshire Charity Cup.

The Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division leaders had to wait until Dan Watkin’s 60th-minute strike to break the deadlock, before Dan Bartlett and Mike Spaull scored in the final 15 minutes.

They will face Watlington Town in the final on April 18, after the North Berks League side beat Marston Saints 4-3 in the other semi-final.

Josh Nicholls scored a hat-trick as Kennington Athletic beat visitors Mansfield Road 6-1 in the Premier Division.

Dan Croad’s opener for the hosts was cancelled out by Ebrima Saidy, before Nicholls scored his first before the break.

Engli Zenelli and Tom Butler netted after the restart, with Nicholls adding another two goals.

Horspath beat Summertown Stars 5-4, while Launton Sports triumphed 4-1 at Bicester United.

Charlton United overcame Chesterton 2-0 at home, with Yarnton 3-1 winners over visitors Freeland.

Kirtlington leapfrogged Middleton Cheney at the top of Divison 1 after beating their rivals 3-0.

They are now two points clear with a game in hand.

Eynsham Association are five points off the summit after their 4-0 win over Adderbury Park Res sent them third.

Adam Bowerman, Dec Green, Olly Page and Jordan Lyne all found the net.

Elsewhere, Chalgrove Cavaliers enjoyed a 2-0 home triumph over Woodstock Town Dev.

Yarnton Res won 2-1 at Chinnor Res in Division 2.

  • Oxford Leys reached the final of the Oxford City FA Couling Cup after a 9-2 demolition of Sporting Headington.

East Oxford scored all five penalties to advance from their tie with Union Street.

They won 5-3 on spot-kicks following a 2-2 draw after extra time.

Masons Arms were 2-1 winners over Summertown Dev through strikes from Ellis Horwood and Tim Small, Sohail Noori replying.