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22 April

With The Premier Division and Division One West completed Division One East joined that group with its final game today.

During the week Penn & Tylers Green secured the Division One East Championship for the second successive season, and Chalvey Sports took the title in Division Two East

Congratulations to Bourton Rovers on winning Division Two West today with a home win over previous leaders Kidlington. Both Division Two winners are in their debut Hellenic League season.

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Division One East Bicester Town, who ground share at Ardley United, were first out of the hat and hence had a home tie against their ground host. This did not help them as their Premier Division landlord moved into the Final against Tuffley Rovers. Bicester were unable to score, Ardley's three goals Matt Cruse 21,76 Declan Benjamin 43. The final takes place at 3pm on Saturday 26 April at Wantage Town's Alfredian Park.

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A two all draw, was a fair result for both teams in the Wokingham Emmbrook v Chalfont Wasps fixture, the final game of the season for Division One East. The Satsuma's two goals came through, Dan Macken 39 OG 85, for the Wasps' a double strike from Tom Fifield 24 57.

17 April - Easter Bank Holiday Monday

The Premier Division and Division One West have now completed their League program. There are just three games to go in Division One East. The championship of that division could be wrestled from Penn & Tylers Green if Woodley United can get a home win over Chalfont Wasps by 29 clear goals on Wednesday night. Never say never!!


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Third bottom Oxford City Nomads consolidated that position by beating Ascot United from one place above, with a 2-0 result, goals Deon Gallagher 25 Billy Gillett 42. Tuffley Rovers won their final league game of the season to finish tenth, with a victory over Highmoor Ibis in fourteenth, all goals scored in the first half, Tuffley Shayne Anson 9 Harry Walker 12 Ryan Dobbins 28, Highmoor Joe Grant 28.

One East
Chalfont Wasps could yet finish fourth after taking three points off AFC Aldermaston, at home, by a single first half goal Tom Fifield 15. The visitors finish their first season in the league with a respectable mid-table position. Headington Amateurs never allowed visitors Penn & Tylers Green to settle on the ball and challenged for everything.This was a fine game on a difficult surface, Danny Jordan 7 scored first for Penn, then Carl Bloomfield 8 51 made the difference between the sides, which delayed Penn’s league title celebrations. Stalemate in the Sandhurst Town v Bicester Town, goal less with few chances. Both sides will meet again at Bicester on Wednesday night. This was a good home win for Wokingham & Emmbrook over basement boys Wantage Town Reserves, who were unable to score. "Suma's" struck nine times, Matt Booth 55 60 70 80, Elliot Rushforth 17 30, Carter (could be Archie, Ben or Daniel for all we know if the club cannot provide players first names!) 85, Sam Lawrence 88, James Charlton 90.

One West
Congratulations to Abingdon United on securing the second promotion place in the Division. It was a close affair with the winner coming with just one minute to go, home goals Graham Edney 15 Ryan Clark 89, OG 65 for Shrivvy. Hook Norton were denied promotion by the late goal at Abingdon, with six minutes to go that promotion spot was Hooky's, but it was not to be. They beat Woodstock Town 2-1 in a close fought game, Henry Rose 27 Joe Eyre 84 scoring for the home side, Robert Gosling 65 the visitors. A single second half goal by Wood's Ollie Portlock 70, separated mid-table Shortwood United from third bottom Cheltenham Saracens. A deserved 2-5 win for ten man Fairford whose keeper was sent off in 40th minute, against a below strength Shrivenham. Scorers Taylor Gill 52 Paul Carson 64 Shrivenham, Ryan Stanners 48 Josh Morse 55 Ben Saunders 60 70 Dan Reynolds 78 Fairford.

 

15 April

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Two quarter final games were payed out this afternoon. Champions elect of Division One East, Penn & Tylers Green, were surprisingly beaten 2-1 by Bicester Town in fifth place of the same division, goals Danny Bone 12, Ricardo Benjamin 75 Bicester, Dean Munday 52 Penn. Chalfont Wasps of Division One East were soundly beaten by Ardley United from the top five of the Premier. Keiran Webb 57 scored the only strike from Wasps, the five Ardley goals were registered by Leam Howards 2 37 74, Carl Tappin 4, Matt Cruse 34.


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An added time goal gave Brackley Town Saints a point at home to Thatcham Town as both clubs complete their League fixture program for this season, the visitors were gifted an own goal in the first half before Kyle Wynne 90+3 restored parity. Highmoor IBIS opened the scoring before Brimscombe & Thrupp got into their stride and took home the points with a 2-3 victory, scorers Jo Grant 13 Ibis, Ben Deacon 23 Ollie Pitt 46 Brimscombe. Lydney Town got the only goal of the game just before the interval, Pete Macklin 42, in a tight match against Ascot United. Tuffley Rovers hold on to win by the odd goal in five. Ryan Dobbins' goal ultimately proved to be decisive. The difference could have been greater as Burnham’s keeper saved a penalty kick in the first half. Goals scored Harry Walker 2 Mark Pritchett 36 Ryan Dobbins 78 Tuffley, Neville Roach 51 Josh Jackman 83p Burnham.

One East

An overwhelming win for visitors Finchampstead who were on the attack from the start in the 0-10 game at Wantage Town Reserves, goals Fred Barron 12 32 Kylo Atkinson 15 59 Harry Swabey 18p 27p 32 66 OG 25 Jon Malone 73 Chace Jewll 85. A convincing win for Headington Amateurs, 7-1 against Wokingham & Emmbrook, with a hat trick for Luke Cuff. It was not all one way traffic as Wokingham hit woodwork three times and missed a penalty, goals for the A's Yannick Nkwanyuo 33 Luke Cuff 43 62 73 Ben Green 48 90 Carl Bloomfield 60, Satsuma's George Douglas 32. Chinnor deserved to win a typical end of season game played on a dry pitch at Rayners Lane, score 0-3, goals Stuart Braun 65 Max Mitchell 85 Ryan Davies 89.

One West

A good solid performance from New College Swindon in their last home game of season, a goal in each half by Antonio Gerrish 26 77, took the points against lowly Tytherington Rocks. The biggest crowd of the day (165) saw Abingdon United scoring freely, on seven ocassions against visitors North Leigh Reserves who did not register a goal, John Dennis 29 34 Adam French 43 Samual Wharton 52 61 Siyanda Gila 56 Graham Edney 85 all on target for Abingdon. Third from the foot of the table, Cheltenham Saracens, surprised sixth placed Purton and beat them 3-2 with a late winner, scorers Jamie Martin 38, Elliot Green 65, Dan Gittings 88 Saracens, Ed Herbert 10 75 Purton. Milton United lost 2-3 to league champions, Fairford Town, with a last minute winner from Jason Milhench, goals Tom Austin 15 James Hicks 17 Milton, Sam Oakwell 35 60 Jason Milhench 90 Fairford. Narrow but deserved win by Letcombe against a below par Shrivenham, the only goal of the game was from a penatly taken by Andy Goodchild 84.

Berks & Bucks County FA Intermediate Cup Final

Woodley United came from behind to win the cup final, played at Larges Lane, with two goals in the last quarter against Thames Valley Premier Football League opponents Marlow United. Goals scorers Wes Sutherland 46 Marlow, Danny Horscroft 69 Josh Drew 83 Woodley.

 

8 April
uhlsport football kitThame United took the Uhlsport Hellenic League title with a large margin win at Henley Town. They started the day in second place, equal on points with leaders Bracknell Town and seven goals in arrears in terms of Goal Difference. In the event Thame United won and Bracknell Town lost so the championship went to Thame.

Premier Division

A season record attendance of 703 filled Larges Lane, no doubt expecting to witness Bracknell Town take the League Championship, but it was not to be for the Robins who lost 1 - 2 to Highworth Town. George Short 33 opened the scoring in the first half, but a second half Highworth double by Aaron Ferris 52 86 took away the hope. The 9-0 away win at Henley Town secured the title Thame United. Against the inexperienced Henley Town outfit, Lynton Goss hit six goals, 3 30 43 59 70 78, supported by strikes from Ben Connelly 1, Dan West 14, Tom Ashworth 20. Longlevens AFC versus Ardley United, at Sawmills End, looked to be a high score draw until Leam Howards completed his hat trick four minutes into injury time, Longlevens goals from Darren Ofoe 5 55 Max Harper Emerson 8, Ardley Leam Howards 30, 70, 90+4 Matt Cruse 45. Ascot United won there first game since November 5 2016, with a 2-3 victory at Brimscombe & Thrupp, Ollie Pitt 34 Kyle Pitts 52 on target for Brimscombe, Aaron Ross 6 James Brazier 54 Josh Nice 79 for Ascot. Lydney Town overcame visitors Brackley Town Saints 3 - 2 at Lydney Recreation Ground, home goals James Addis 27 Sam Elliott 40 Declan Morley-Lyne 55, Brackley Kyle Wynne 27 50.

One East

AFC Aldermaston were unable score against visitors Chalfont Wasps, who registered two goals Kieran Webb 7 Mikey Benning 80. Headington Amateur's went in at half time two goals up against Chinnor, the visitors scored two in the second half before a last minute strike secured the points for the A's, home side goals Luke Cuff 12 41 Carl Bloomfield 90, away Stuart Braun 70 79. Sam Durham scored the only goal of the game for the home side in the last minute of the Sandhurst Town v Rayners Lane fixture. Wantage Town Reserves, who are still without any points this season, suffered another heavy 0 - 9 loss this time at home to Bicester Town, on target for the Foxhunters Ricardo Benjamin 21 38 51 70, Elliott Powell 28 57 63, Gavin Kidd 60 Adam Garner 78. Wokingham & Emmbrook were a goal up at home to Didcot Town Reserves until the last quarter of the match when the Railwaymen struck twice, home scorer Matt Booth 37, away Emmanuel Hammond 75 Ross McDonald 90. Woodley United scored three without reply from Holyport, Danny Horsecroft 46 62 Greg Beckett 69.

One West

Letcombe had no answer to visiting Abingdon United who scored all the goals in the fixture, Tom Butler 14 46 Siyanda Gila 60. North Leigh Reserves lost 2- 3 at home to Shrivenham, Leigh goals Aaron Williams 10 Alfie Saunders 25, Shrivvy Lance Lewis 7 Leigh Brown 42 64. In the Shortwood United Reserves v New College Swindon fixture, College's Louis O'Shea scored the only goal of the game three minutes into added time. Tytherington Rocks lost 1 - 4 at home to Hook Norton, Rocks goal scorer Callum Francis 82, Hookys' Steve Howkins 65 Daniel Reeves 67 Luc Thornton 73 85. Basement club Woodstock Town had a rare success with 2 - 0 victory over waning Milton United, goals scored by Kieron Stange 44 Kevin Pike 59.

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Premier Division Tuffley Rovers progress to the Quarter Final with a 5-1 victory over Division 2 East Aston Clinton Development. Rovers survived a scare in falling behind to the minnows of the competition, to score five times and progress to the next round where they meet Thame United.

 

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League Leaders Lose Points
The three leaders in The Uhlsport Hellenic League top divisions all dropped points today.
In The Premier Thame United drew at Lydney Town allowing Bracknell Town to move back to the top of the League on Goal Difference. Both top teams have one game left to play. So everything left to play for. The top two teams in both Division One’s both lost. In the West Fairford Town could have clinched the title, but Cirencester Town Development spoiled that party. In the East Penn & Tylers Green lost at Wokingham and Emmbrook.

 

Premier Division

A young Henley Town side were well beaten at Binfield, the Moles hit nine, Liam Ferdinand 28,54,60,83 Brad Pagliaroli 7,69 James Knight 59 Jake White 63, 81, with no reply. Brimscombe & Thrupp gave Bracknell Town a difficult game as the latter moved back to the top of the division, goals Jack Smith 61 Brimscombe, Khalid Senussi 47 TJ Bohane 71 Bracknell. Longlevens came from behind at the interval to take three points in an exciting 3-2 game at home to Highmoor-Ibis, goals Og 18 Dave Merrick 46 Craig Martin 81 Longlevens, Liam Gavin 30 Harry Grant 40 Ibis. Two second half goals from Lydney Town, gave them a share of the points against Thame United who had started the day at the top of the table, goals Pat Gibbs 50 Pete Macklin 65 Town, Matt Johnston 25 38 United. Struggling Oxford City Nomads almost grabbed three points at home to Royal Wootton Bassett, however the visitors scored twice in the last four minutes to thwart them, goals Billy Gillett 35 Daniel Leggett 75 Nomads, Steve Yeardley 30, 92 Steve Robertson 88 Town. Despite another indifferent second half display, Tuffley Rovers hung on to win against Ascot United, courtesy of a headed goal by Player/Manager Mark Pritchett 34.

One East

Didcot Town took all three points with a 4-0 fine win at Chinnor, goals Elliott Harper 3, 48 Tom Folley 51 Og Jack Kitchener 90. After a competitive first half, Headington struck three times in four minutes early in second half to run away with the game 5-0 against Rayners Lane, goals Benji Cuff 49 Ben Green 51, 60, 76 Og. Struggling Wantage Town leaked five goals without reply at home to Woodley Town, scorers Charlie Oakley 13, 27, 54 Danny Norscroft 21 Greg Beckett 75. In the shock result of the day third bottom Wokingham & Emmbrook defeated division leaders Penn & Tylers Green 1-0, a Jack Gibbs strike early in first half.

One West

Abingdon United kept themselves in second spot with a 6-0 win at struggling Cheltenham Saracens, goals Syanda Oila 7, 12, 70 Sam Wharton 31 Tom Butler 56, 85. Cirencester Town Development surprised League Leaders Fairford Town, and beat them by the odd goal in five, goals Liam James 37 Dan Roberts 53 Danny Gudger 84 Cirencester, Lee Smith 13, 90 Town. In mid-table Clanfield ’85 and Shortwood United Reserves fought out a goal less draw. Two second half goals including a spot kick won Easington Sports the points against bottom two Tytherington Rocks who had taken the lead into the interval, goals Tom Smith51 Andrew Stidder 74p Sports, Lewis Bezer 42 Rocks. Third placed Hook Norton kept up the promotion pressure as poor set piece defending cost New College Swindon side a chance of points, scorers Max Slinn 40 College, Steve Howkins 45, 52 Joe Davis 54 Hooky.

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Bicester Town from Division One East saw off the challenge of Milton Keynes Academy of Division 2 with a 5-0 victory, scoeres Danny Bone 11 78 Elliott Powell 40 Gavin Kidd 73 Ricardo Benjamin 79. A tightly contested affair between One East Chalfont Wasps and Two West Bourton Rovers, decided by a tough penalty for the Wasps, taken by Tom Fifield 63.

 

 
 
 
 
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