Apologies but due to holiday, work, nights out and alcohol we have a very much truncated report this week.
Ted Young Senior Cup
Milton put their dismal league form behind them as they progressed to the semi final of the Senior Cup by defeating Carterton Rangers 2-0 thanks to goals from Alex Ayres and Louis Breaks.
Milton will play Stonesfield in the semi's asa they saw off Enstone comfortably winning 4-0. Nathan Doran opened his account for the first team scoring twice, with Raffy Rice and Liam Harris adding the others.
Haiiey kept up their chances of a five timer with a comfortable 4-1 over Hook Norton. Hailey will play Hanborough in the semi who thumped Charlbury 5-0 with Craig Mays scoring a hat trick.
Watts Junior Cup
Holders Ducklington were dumped out of the Junior Cup at the second round stage, by local rivals Aston. The Lions winning 3-0 to set up a quarter final with Witney Royals who were 3-0 winners over Bletchington.
The highlight of Combe's 6-0 thrashing of Cassington Rangers was a hat trick from Charlie Ibbotson. Combe will host Wootton in the quarters.
Fratellos are probably favourites to lift the cup and they saw off Division 1 Chadlington 5-1 with a hat trick from Aiden Miller and a brace from Jack Allen. Bampton will makle the trip to Lechlade in the next round after Hailey Res conceeded their tie.
Minster Lovell will be the team most likely to beat Fratellos and the Pengiuns progressed with hard fought 2-0 win at RAF Brize Norton. Rui Alves and a Zac Vale own goal were on target. Minster will travel to Carterton in the q-f as they defeated Kingham in midweek with goals from Joe Langsdon and Adam Fisher.
Hughes Supplementary Cup
Division 4 champions Hatherop Res perhaps pulled off the biggest shock of the 2nd round as they thumped division 3 runners up Hailey A 6-0.The usual double act of Legg and Whitbread were again on the mark.
Hatherop will host Milton Res in the q-f as they defeated Aston Res by the odd goal in 5. Patrick Doe, Stephen Pearce and Ijay Itah all scoring for Milton.
A solitary goal from Duncan Shearer was enough for Sronesfield Res to progress over Carterton Town. Stonet will travel to Sherbornne in the next round.
There was also only 1 goal in it as Eynsham SSC defeated Freeland Res, with Andy Stratford on target. Eynsham will travel to Brize next.
Witney Royals Res hit Kingham Res for 5 to make it through to the quarters and they will travel to Faringdon A in the final tie.