Eynsham SSC took their good league form into the Junior Shield with a 4-2 win over Wychwood Foresters. John Ayres hit two with Ashley Bowerman and a Darren Smith O.G. adding to the tally. Ian Read and Daren Smith replied for Wychwood.
Milton breezed into the next round with a 6-1 win over Burford. Carl Gustage scored the only goal of the game for the hosts, but James Littlewood (2), Graham Benfield, Adrian Underhill, Arrun Baker and Harry Lake all scored for the visitors.
Rocky Burton hit a hat trick in Graystones 3-1 win over Tackley. Greg Finnemore scored for the visitors but 2 more in extra time for Burton sealed the tie.
Minster Lovell went through after a 5-0 drubbing of Wootton. Edd Dunne was again amongst the scorers.
Bampton Town had no problems against Banbury Town, winning 5-2. Jamie Austin (2), Gareth Edwards, Jack Green and Neil Connell all scored.
FC Hollybush took Banbury Galaxy into extra time before they finally overcame them in a 3-2 penalty shoot-out. Paul Dray and Adam Perugino, netting in the standard 90.
Corinthians narrowly went down 4-3 to Tetsworth after staging a brave comeback. However, Frank Webb’s brace and Richard Meredith’s goal were not enough.
Langford beat Freeland 5-1. Jamie Perkins scored for the Witney & District side.
Hailey dropped their first points of the season after going down 3-2 to North Leigh. Joel King and Luke Manning scored for the league leaders but goals from Decland Shepherd (2), and Sam Duffy settled the tie.
Champions Hanborough beat Kingham 3-1. Dan Haggie, Lewis White and Aston Leach all scored in the win, with Matt Smith hitting back for Kingham.
Spartan Rangers moved into third after seeing of Witney Royals in a match that ended 3-2. Jamie and Jack Kennedy scored a goal each for the hosts, but Gavin Komenik, Dave Cross and Andy Shaw scored to give the visitors all three points.
Mike Duerden scored a hat-trick in Carterton A’s 5-0 thrashing of Charlbury Town. Carl Williams and Craig Isle netted the others.
FC Chequers and Combe shared the points after their 0-0 draw.
Chipping Norton are now 4 points clear at the top following their 4-1 win over FC Nomads. Kristen Johnson scored for Nomads, but goals from Jordan Newman, Reece Bayliss, Warwick Thompkins and Rhys Warner Carter saw Chippy take the win.
Stanton Harcourt picked up their first win in Division one after seeing off Witney Royals Reserves 3-1. George Woodcock (2) and Ian Law scored the winning goals with Matt Clarke replying for the hosts.
Dan King scored for Brize Norton Reserves as they went down 3-1 to Aston. Phil Caswell, Kevin Allcraft and Matt Brown got on the score sheet.
AC Finstock lost 3-1 to Hanborough Reserves as Rob Keylock netted a brace with Joe Burgess getting the other. Jim Baughan scored for Finstock.
Ducklington Reserves and FC Mills played out a 0-0 draw.
Witney Wanderers stay top after a comfortable 4-0 win over Middle Barton. Tom Gregory (2) Martin Jones and Gary Urquart scored the telling goals.
Charlbury Town Reserves took the lead against FC Chequers Reserves but ended up on the wrong end of a 7-1 score line. Ben Godfrey gave the hosts the lead before Tom Gonzales turned the game around with a hat trick. Zak Caine (2), Karim Diallo and a Ben Davies screamer completed the rout.
Hailey Reserves and Brize Norton Reserves took a point each from their 1-1 draw with Stu Morrison and Aiden Campbell scoring for Hailey and Brize Respectively.
North Leigh B moved into top spot on goal difference after they beat Minster Lovell 2-0. Ian Quartermain and Craig Horne were both on target.
Steve Evans netted a hat trick in Aston Reserves 3-0 win over West Witney Reserves. Kingham AB Reserves and Witney Royals A shared the points after their 2-2 draw. Jack Charney and Mike Hayes scored for the hosts as Loyd Edwards and Richard Mays replied for Royals.
Spartan Rangers Reserves also shared the spoils with their opponents Carterton Pumas in their 1-1 draw. Matt Townsend scored for Spartan as Leiron Lace got on the score sheet for Pumas.
Paul Neal bagged a five-goal-haul in Spartan Rangers A’s 6-1 thrashing of Ducklington B. Luke Fry added the 5th.
Kevin Lloyd scored a brace as FC Mills Reserves picked up their first points of the season in a 5-0 defeat of Eynsham SSC Reserves. ArruN Rowland, Dan McGovern and Gavin Jewell were all on target for the hosts.