Freeland Yeoman were destroyed 11-0 at home to Blackbird in the Critchleys UTV League Premier Division, despite the visitors starting the game with only ten men, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

Ten-man Blackbird were 2-0 ahead thanks to Liam O’Callaghan and Josh West efforts when their 11th player arrived, after which the home side crumbled.

O’Callaghan and West both netted again, Carly Broomfield and Kieran Davis also notched doubles and there were further goals for Callum Broomfield and even goalkeeper Julian McCalmon from the penalty spot.

Yeoman’s misery was complete when Lewis White backheeled into his own net.

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A first-half hat-trick from veteran striker Tim Wright helped Sporting Headington Academicals blow away Railway Wheatley 4-1 in Division 1.

Ben Wright also scored for the hosts before the break and although Railway dominated the second half, Harry Marriott’s late consolation was all they could muster.

Village Inn had the better of a 12-goal thriller as they beat White Horse Abingdon 8-4.

Michael Hinkin and David Murphy each scored twice for the hosts alongside goals from Colin Royall, Arron Stockford, Daryl Potter and Marcelo Guilherme.

A Jack Hackett brace and goals from Joshua Buckle and Adam Wallawek made up White Horse’s tally.

Cholsey United soared to the top of Division 2 with a 9-4 home thrashing of Watlington Town.

A Mickey Woods hat-trick, braces for Steve Gair and Liam Woods, as well as Martin Dawson and Lewis Chainey goals did the damage.

Jon Da Silva (2), Fraser Wilson and Craig Passey replied for the visitors.

New Club were knocked off the top of the table as they were held to a goalless draw at home to Abingdon Exiles.

Josh Nicholls hit a treble as Kennington Athletic won 5-2 at Sutton Wanderers.

Jack Smith and Rob Andrews were also on the scoresheet for the visitors, with Steve Pyne and Andrew Conway replying.

Mike Duerden’s five-timer couldn’t prevent Standlake Garage losing a fifth consecutive match as they were beaten 7-6 at Northway Res.

Doubles from Ryan Barnett and Dan Smith, as well as goals from Craig Gillboy, Lewis Colwell and Aaron Williams gave the hosts the edge, while Mev Gundem also netted for Garage.

Jimmy Deabill’s five goals came in much happier circumstances as he helped BSSC Abba to a 7-0 away thrashing of bottom side Exeter Rangers.

Shane Probitts and a Jeff Fennell own goal completed the rout.


Div 3: Dilly Utd 4 (K Cochrane 2, D Mezals, P Timmins), Checkendon Exiles 1; Golden Ball 1 (N Fox), Sutton Courtenay Rovers 1 (M Nooke).

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