Fred Ford Cup
In the Fred Ford Cup, teams throughout all 5 divisions come face to face, and it was current Premier Division Champions Hailey who showed hosts Corinthians from Division 4, that in most cases, the results go to form.
Corinthians took a beating ,going down 16-0. James Flemming, Russ Winstone, Sean King and brother Joel, who later left the field with a broken ankle, all grabbed hat tricks. Jacob Hambidge (2), Dave Brown and Alex Bolt completed the rout.
AFC Marlborough on the other hand, still firmly believe in the David and Goliath type cup ties as they despatched Division 2’s Milton from the competition. Tim Dorsett, Lewis Charlett and Jon Clements each bagged a brace with Adam Kelly getting the other. Graham Benfield and Dan Keilty hit back in vain for Milton.
Neil Barrett scored 4 in Witney Royals 10-0 thrashing of Witney Wanderers. Steve Green scored a hat trick as Matt Thompson netted a double with Nathan Chadwick finishing off the score line.
Minster Lovell also won 10-0 with Jed Riddy and Nathan Harris grabbing hat tricks. They beat Wootton with Ed Dunn (2), Lee Travers and Russ Whitlock also getting on the score sheet.
Hanborough ended FC Mills’ cup hopes by dishing out an 8-1 hammering. The goals were shared equally amongst Richard Rouse, Craig Johnson, Liam Harris, John Sutton, Tom Lewis, Lewis White, Aston Leach and Dan Haggie.
Chipping Norton beat Tackley by the same score line. Warwick Thompkins and Arrun Witham Baker both scored twice. Ryan Green, Mark Corbett, Rhys Warner Carter and Jordan Newman put the score line beyond doubt.
Freeland went 2-0 down to Middle Barton before coming back to win in an astonishing 8-4 victory. The sides were level at 90 minutes at 4-4 but Freeland pushed on in Extra Time to go through to the next round. Martin Kay (2), Nick Pickup and Ashley Scearce scored for Middle Barton, but Steve Carvey, George Wagerfield, Neil Swan and Adrian Williams each scored two, to give Freeland the win.
Colin Tyrell scored Brize Norton’s only goal in a 3-1 defeat to North Leigh A. Jason Lonsdale (2) and Sam Doherty scored for North Leigh.
Stanton Harcourt beat Southrop 4-1. Simon Williams scored for the visitors but goals from Tom Gerken abd Billy Jones and an Ian Laws brace was the difference.
John Ayres scored a hat trick but still ended up on the losing side as Eynsham SSC went down 4-3 to Chad Park. Josh Vaughan (2), Martin Plumbridge and George Slatter scored the telling goals for Chad.
Wychwood Forest picked are through to the next round after beating West Witney 2-0. Mike Bolt got both the goals.
FC Chequers could not continue their league form in the cup and were beaten 1-0 by Aston with Phil Caswell getting the games only goal.
It took extra time to separate Spartan Rangers and Ducklington who were drawing 1-1 after 90 minutes. Spartan eventually edged the tie 3-1 after 120 minutes. Matt Townsend and David Cross on the score sheet.
Pawel Bronk scored a hat trick including two penalties in Two Rivers 5-2 win over Carterton A. Pawel Kulczyk and Justin Elford got the other goals with Will Griffiths scoring both goals for Carterton who had 3 players sent off.
AC Finstock went down 5-3 to Charlbury Town. Chris Thomas (2) and Josh Russell scored for the hosts but goals from Tony Bott, Andrew Woodley, Gareth Benfield, Matt Smith and Craig McCallum settled the tie.
Dan Davies scored a hat trick for Kingham in their 4-1 win over Combe. Sam Philpott grabbed the other with Simon Baker scoring for Combe.
Ducklington Reserves beat Hanborough Reserves 5-3. Lee Beer, Ryan John, John Clarke, Carey James and Jake Wilbur-Souch all found the back of the net.
Witney Royals Reserves take top spot after a 2-1 win over Hailey Reserves. Charlie Winstone scored for the hosts, but goals from Dan Hall and Dan Andrew took all three points.
Gary Jones scored three in Charlbury Town Reserves 4-2 win over Brize Norton Reserves. Mark Dellar scored the other as Andy Cross scored two for Brize.
Ducklington A beat Spartan Rangers Reserves 3-1 consigning the visitors to their 5th straight defeat. Ross Clarkson, Bradley Oliver and Lee Brown all scored for the hosts as Luke Fry replied for Spartan.
Aston Reserves move into first place after a 3-1 win over FC Chequers Reserves. Dale Cox scored for the visitors, but a brace from Tim Green and a Dan Godden goal secured the win for the hosts.
FC Mills Reserves went down 4-1 to Chipping Norton Reserves. Jordan Hare scored for Mills but goals from Reece Bayliss, Chris Mason, Justin Morgan and Mark Clifton settled the tie.
The points were shared at North Leigh B where the hosts drew 1-1 with Kingham AB Reserves. Lewis Hathaway and Richard French scored for North Leigh and Kingham Respectively.
Minster Lovell Reserves also had to settle for a point in a 1-1 draw as they visited Witney Royals A. Rhys Maskery put the visitors ahead, before Loyd Edwards equalised minutes later in a game of few chances.
Carterton Pumas, playing only their second league game made light work of Spartan Rangers A in a 5-1 demolition. Carl Naughton scored twice with James Brown, Ryan Maddison and Colin Crawford adding. Andy Nickless scored Spartan’s only goal.
Wychwood Forest Reserves beat Freeland B 3-1. Jason Foottit scored for Freeland with Oliver Bush amongst the goals for the hosts.
Eynsham A went down 4-0 to Ducklington B. Jordan Saverton (2), Richard Harris and Will Graham on target for Duck.