Witney & District Football Reports - Week 29

2 months ago By john smyth

08/04/2017

Jack Busby Memorial Trophy

Division Three side, Charlbury Reserves needed extra time to beat Division Two side, Hanborough Reserves, 2-1. Sean Godfrey was on target for Hanborough. Damian Corbin’s penalty and Tom William’s solo effort helped Charlbury lift the cup.

Supplementary Cup

Bean Reardon’s hattrick saw Siege FC into the semi finals of the Supplementary Cup after they beat Wootton 4-2. Chris Jones also found himself on the scoresheet for Siege, Mark Grisbrooke and Lee Spencer scored for Wootton.

Premier Division

Carterton Town A moved up to third after their 8-0 hammering over second bottom, Eynsham SSC. Mike Bolt scored a hattrick, Jason Trinder and Dave Wanless both scored a brace, Wes Christian got the eighth.

Luke Manning, Jack Wood and Jacob Hambridge were on target for Hailey in their 3-1 win over bottom place, Witney Royals. Rob DeBanks with Royals’ goal.

Hanborough kept their title hopes alive after beating top of the table, Charlbury, 3-2. Jack Morton and Joey Burgess (2) helped Hanborough to their 14th win of the season. Warwick Tompkins and Craig McCallum scored for Charlbury.

Nick Rose’s double helped Minster Lovell to a 3-1 win over fourth place Chipping Norton Town. Mark Corbett scored the consolation for the visitors, Sam Wright got Minster’s third.

Division One

FC Hollybush went six points clear and 15 unbeaten in the league after beating seventh place, Stonesfield, 4-2. Dan Bartle and Kori Noonan scored for Stonesfield. Luke Turner, Bradley Bryant, Dan Bishop and Jacob Hughes were all on target for Hollybush.

Gavin Walton’s double was in vain as his side Chadlington were on the wrong end of a 4-2 scoreline against Milton. Stephen Pearce also struck twice for the home side, Jim Littlewood and Rob James helped Milton to all three points.

Division Two

FC Ascott kept their promotion chances alive with a 13-2 thrashing away at Chipping Norton Reserves. Shaun Collins and Sam Mortimer scored for Chippy. Steve Harries hit five for Ascott, Ryan Clement, Matt Mills and Mark Burgess all scored two, Daniel Walkingshaw and Dylan Humphries with a goal a piece.

Brize Norton ended their season losing 4-1 at Hailey Reserves. Dan Humm scored Brize’s last of the season. Rob Styles, Curtis Hathaway, Mo Semlali and Jamie Austin with Hailey’s goals.

Craig Mays hit four as Tower Hill Stars beat Kingham All Blacks 4-1 for the second time in three weeks, the three points sealed promotion for Stars. Sam Philpott struck for Kingham.

Tower Hill also gained promotion as they beat Spartan Rangers Reserves 6-1 away. Dave Cross scored for Spartan, Jack Scott (3), Ian Wright (2) and Jack Holifield scored for Tower.

Witney Wanderers ended their season with a 2-1 win over 6th place Middle Barton. Jack Fowler scored for the visitors Barton, Tom Lee and Stu Morrison were on target for Wanderers.

Division Three

Aston Reserves moved up to second after beating second bottom FC Hollybush Reserves 3-0. Matt Wood, Warren Austin and Tim Senior with the goals.

Jack Pritchard and Connor O’Shea helped Bampton United Reserves to a point in their 2-2 draw with Bourton Rovers Reserves. Lee Mosson and Will Wrenn with the Bourton goals.

Jimmy Deabill’s hattrick secured promotion for Bletchington in their 5-3 win away at Minster Lovell Reserves. Charlie Collins also scored a hattrick for the homeside. Daryl Potter and Danny Evans also scored for Bletch.

Division Four

Chadlington Reserves moved up to ninth in their final game of the season, beating Eynsham Reserves 4-1. Shaun Rowbotham with the Eynsham consolation. Rory Shadbolt, Jim Hopkins, Connor McMahon and Jay Taylor all scored for Chad.

Combe Reserves moved up to third thanks to a 3-0 win at home to FC Ascott Reserves, Simon Gale, Leon Richards and Ashley Hilton with the goals.

Stonesfield Reserves won their eleventh game of the season, beating Brize Norton Reserves 5-3. Keith Laird and Connor Labrooke both hit a double, Liam Harris was also on target for Stonesfield. Lee Litton, Richard Duffy and Aaron Clarke with Brizes’ goals.

Where next?

Jack Morton Scored his 50th goals of the season in all competitions
Jack Busby Cup Final Charlbury Res lifted the Jack Busby Memorial Trophy

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