Bicester FC and Florence Park shared ten goals in an incredible 5-5 draw in the Under 15 B league, writes Paul Lyon.

Bicester were in front on two occasions and Florence Park three times.

Lucas Lamache’s hat-trick for Bicester was upstaged by Orlando Nieli hitting a four-timer for Park.

Robert Cockroft and Craig Dawson were also on target for Bicester, with Chris Niezi also scoring for Park.

Leaders Chalgrove Cavaliers made it four wins in a row with a 3-0 victory at Wheatley.

Harry Rees, Alex Dobbins and Sam Snelgrove scored as Chalgrove stretched their lead at the top of Division B to five points.

Hinksey Park are now top of the C League following their 3-1 victory over Goring Robins.

Lerrell Wilkinson, Alex Stamper and Louis MacPherson hit the goals against their previously unbeaten opponents, Conrad Warren scoring Robins’ consolation goal.

Marston Saints collected their first point with a battling 1-1 draw against Quarry Rovers. Ben Millard scored for Marston, with Elkvio Pjeci replying.

In the A League, leaders Oxford City beat Oxford Irish 3-2 thanks to a brace from Morgan Brown and a winner from Jack Dark.

Irish’s scorers were Heath Pitson and Jamar Smith.

Ducklington Sports went second after winning 3-0 against Kidlington Youth with goals from Tom Rolfe (2) and Jack Bellinger.

In the Under 14 B League, Abingdon United made it four wins in a row by beating Hinksey Park 7-2.

Ben King (2), Oscar Griffiths, Matthew Kent, Jacob Pattison, Louis Kogel and Louis Wright scored for them.

George Storey and Felipe Brandao were on target for Park.

Jack Hunter hit a brace and Mason Wood one for Cumnor Minors as they beat Summertown Eagles 3-1, Tommy Bleakley scoring for Eagles.

Florence Park edged a 3-2 win against Headington Youth. Jeremiah Yearwood, Addison Oglesby and Elijah Moses scored for Park, with Peter Herkloyts and Jack Gifford replying.

Kennington Athletic hammered ten goals against Milton United, with three players each hitting a hat-trick.

Charlie Knevett, Harry Collis and Kieran Monaghan all shared the match ball with Mehdi Hadji also netting.

Thame Colts and Crowmarsh maintained their unbeaten records in the D league in a 1-1 draw.

A first-half volley from Oscar Taylor for Crowmarsh was cancelled out by a second-half strike by Adam Darch.

Crowmarsh keeper Stanley Whitty had to be at his best to keep out several well-struck shots.