Division 3 side Dilly United beat Premier League strugglers Free-land Yeoman 4-1 in the Devenney Cup.

After a tight first half that saw Dilly 1-0 to the good, they ran away with it in the second period.

Paul Black scored a brace, and also missed a penalty, with Kishor Pun and Steve Caddick adding the other goals. Aston Leach scored a late consolation for Freeland.

AFC Jericho went goal crazy as they progressed to the next stage, crushing their seven-man hosts Exeter Rangers 20-1 in what would have already been a tough game for the Division 2 strugglers.

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Ben Curtis and Lance New scored half Jericho’s goals, with Curtis bagging six and New four.

An own goal, plus braces from Aston Shaw, Patrick Gaughan, Kyle Pullis and strikes from Marley Joseph and Kamen Matthews completed the rout.

Barton United moved into the next round with a 4-0 win over Premier League rivals Iffley Harriers.

Luke Cuff, Benji Cuff, Tom Payne and Jamie McCuaig ensured it was Barton who went through.

Watlington Town defeated North Oxford Conservative Club Res in a thriller, eventually winning 4-3.

Division 2 outfit Standlake Garage battled bravely against Sporting Heading-ton before going down 3-1 to their Division 1 opponents.

Sporting took the lead through Nick Pelton, who neatly converted a cross into the net.

Standlake levelled when Mev Gundem stabbed home after good work from Mike Duerden.

Jordan Whitefoot restored Sporting’s lead with a powerful header before Den White made sure of the win, nodding home past Jonny Mitchell in the Garage goal.

In the only Premier League game, Zubry Oxford defeated bottom-of-the-table AFC Valley 3-1.

In Division 1, six proved the magic number, with all winning sides in the three games hitting that number of goals.

In the match of top against bottom it was Woodstock Wanderers who triumphed 6-3 over Green Tree Wallingford.

Railway Wheatley are three points behind Woodstock, and they kept up the pressure with a 6-1 win at Forest Hill.

Elliott O’Brien (2), Tom Williams, James Beesley, Stuart Bishop and Aaron Lamon notched for Railway, with Forest Hill’s consolation coming from Craig Watts.

Northway’s goals were shared between Nigel Swafford (3), Oshane Tulloch, Danny Lawrence and Martino Ventriglez in their 6-1 conquest over The Village Inn.


Div 2: New Club 7 (J Lewis 3, C Lane 2, C Kent, K Hughes), Sutton Wanderers 1 (A Colley); Checkendon Exiles 2 (J Mugford 2), Great Western Park 1.

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