Match Reports - Week 2

By Ant Barlow

11th September 2010

Premier Division
Ducklington made it two wins from two games after a 2-1 win over Kingham. They had to come from behind after Ian Bartholomew had put the hosts ahead, but goals from Harry Burnley and Harry Clarke secured all three points.

Witney Royals condemned Wychwood Forest to a second defeat, beating them 4-0. Chris Catchpole, Steve Brasier, Alex Coleman and Jack Kennedy all found the back of the net after having the lions share of possession over 90 minutes.

Current Champions Hailey got off to a winning start with a 3-2 win over Spartan Rangers. Jonathan Reeves scored twice for the visitors, but goals from Joe Fullerton (2), and Dave Brown gave the hosts all three points.

New boys AC Finstock found the going in the Premier Division, not such an easy ride, going down 3-1 to Hanborough. Garry McKinnon scored for Finstock but an Aston Leach brace and a Craig Johnstone handed Hanborough the win.

Division One
Goals from Gerard Morgan, Dan King and Dan Frizzell ensured Brize Norton maintained their winning start with a 3-1 win over FC Nomads. Jack Costar replied for the visitors.

Ducklington Reserves beat North Leigh A by the odd goal in 5. Jason Lonsdale and Darren Tasker scored for NL but a Frank Clarke Brace accompanied a David Diggan strike to earn Duck the 3-2 win.

West Witney put last week’s defeat behind them to beat Hanborough Reserves 2-0. Gary Thomas and Stephen Read with the goals.

Gareth Price scored twice in Chipping Nortons 3-1 win over Witney Wanderers. Jason Basson hit the back of the net for Wanderers before Warwick Thompkins rounded things off for Chippy.

Division Two
Ducklington A are on maximum points after beating Charlbury Town Reserves 2-1. Jason Hirschfield and Mark Hawkins scored for Duck with Charlbury’s goal coming from John Potts.

Witney Royals Reserves are yet without points after going down 3-2 to Middle Barton. Nick Pickup hit a brace with George Wood adding. Royals hit back through Dan Hall and an Antony Williams screamer but it was not quite enough.

Milton beat Southrop 2-0. Jim Littlewood and Kevin Robbins with the goals.

David Weetman hit a hat trick in Hailey Reserves 5-3 win over Spartan Rangers Reserves. Coming from a goal behind at half time, Hailey exploded into life in the second half. Weetman leading the way. Josh Lock adding two. Steven White (2) and Matt Townsend replied for Spartan.

Wootton narrowly lost 3-2 to Carterton. Tom Williams and Russell Bracey’s goal mere were not enough.

Stanton Harcourt opened their Dovision Two account with a 1-1 draw away to Two Rivers. Stanton took the lead through Tom Gerken but were pegged back after half time by a Lee Butler goal.

Division Three
West Witney Reserves head the table after beating Kingham AB Reserves 3-2. Adam Bolley (2) and Chris Beechy’s goals earned the points after Ashley Thornton and Luke Hubberd scored for the visitors.

Witney Royals A were left ruing missed chances as they went down 2-1 to Chipping Norton Town Reserves. A goal early in each half for Fraser Duffield was enough to clinch the win for Chippy despite Ali Dorward’s late strike for Royals.

Tackley lost 3-2 to North Leigh B. Matty Emptage and Oscar Triggs netted for the hosts but were out gunned by North Leigh, who scored through Harry Adams, Arrun Clibbon and Jamie Buxton.

Division Four
AFC Marlborough racked up another impressive win. 1 short of last week’s result, this time winning only 7-1 against Corinthians. John O’Mole hit a hat trick, with John Clements, Mark Luke, Torran O’Dowda and Tom Wilson getting a goal apiece. But the undoubted goal of the game was score by Corinthians Andrew Sanderson. Scant consolation

Wychwood Forest Reserves beat Eynsham A 5-2. Matt Hubbard (2), Matt Johnson, David Anstee and Keith Webb all scored for Wychwood, with Oliver Page scoring twice for Eynsham,

The points were shared at Eynsham where Eynsham SSC drew 2-2 with Ducklington B. Stuart Fisher and John Ayres were on target for the hosts.

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