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21 October

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In the all Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division tie Flackwell Heath lost 2-5 to Windsor. The Heathens two goals were both netted from the penalty spot, Dean Allen 1 ℗ Thomas Willment 70 ℗ - Windsor scorers Keiron Knight 10, Luke Brooks-Smith 38, Ashley Smith 42, Riccardo Cannon 69, Jack Denton 85

Spartan South Midlands Football League Opponents
Bracknell Town won 6-2 at home to Buckingham Athletic. A comfortable win in the end for Bracknell against a good young Buckingham side. Home scorers Adam Cornell 4,63,68, Karl Garstang 21, Liam Ferdinand 30, Terence Bohane 80
After being a goal down at half time Royal Wootton Bassett Town won 2-1 against Ampthill Town, who had array taken two Hellenic scalps in this year’s Vase competition. Bassett scorers Sam Collier 59 Steve Yeardley 85

Sydenhams Wessex League Opponents
Highworth Town 1 Sholing 3. The Worthians defended well against the wind in the first half but succumbed to three quick breaks in the second. Highworth goal Callum Parsons 90+1

Bostik League Opponents
Thatcham Town 2 Horsham YMCA 1. Thatcham dominated the game but went in at the break a goal down when a back pass to the keeper didn't reach him. Two of the subs came on to rescue the game with an Anthony White header on 71 followed by a Jemel Johnson chip 8 minutes later.

Toolstation Western League Opponents
Wantage Town made hard work of progressing in the FA Vase. Mark Flanagan scored from a first half free kick but Cadbury Heath went 2-1 up before Jim Glover and Jack Powell restored the lead. Cadbury levelled before Steve Robertson won it in the 94th minute.

The longest Hellenic club return journeys of the day were made by Longlevens (appox. 300 miles) and Sandhurst Town (approx. 400 miles)

Southern Counties East League Opponents
Sevenoaks Town won the game against Longlevens two minutes into added time. Leven’s scorer Brad Vanstone 88

Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Opponents
Charlie Oakley scored the first goal for the Hellenic side in the Plymouth Parkway v Sandhurst Town fixture at Bolitho Park. The home side then hit six without an addition from the visitors.

Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup
One East Penn & Tylers Green hosted Two East Abingdon Town, Penn winning 2-1. Home scorers Casey Bocarro 38 Danny Jordan 87 - Away Josh West 64

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Burnham eased their way off the foot of the table with a 2-3 victory at Abingdon United. Home scorers Graham Edney 16 Samuel Wharton 84 - Away Jordan Dowdican 9 Charlie Fox 61 Mickel Platter 74.
Binfield and Tuffley Rovers shared the points in a two all draw. Binfield scorers Ian Davies 5 OG 52 - Tuffley Warren Mann 17 ℗ Kieran Alder 25.
Fairford Town went down 0-1 to Woodley United, and now occupy the bottom place in the table. Scorer Danny Horscroft 27
Highmoor Ibis lost 1-2 against Brimscombe & Thrupp. Home scorer Dwayne Coultress 90+1 - Away Karol Nash 77 Ollie Pitt 80.
Lydney Town v Brackley Town Saints. Match postponed pitch waterlogged.

One East
Bicester Town gained the points against Holyport with a goal three minutes into added time. Bicester goals Ricardo Benjamin 3, Wayne Blossom 10, 90+3 - Holyport Sam Whitfield 36 Fabian Driffill 53
Chalfont Wasps out six past Henley Town without reply. Scorers Chris Hurst 10 32 48 81, Tom Fifield 68 Josh Urqhart 15
Chinnor and Didcot Town Reserves shared the points in a goal less draw.
Wallingford Town playing the better football missed chances, with the consequence being three points for visiting Thame Rangers. Home scorers Ross Butler 35 65 Louis Chainey 80 - Away Dan Hatton 29, 67 Patrick Button 44 49.

One West
Clanfield lost by one goal to Easington Sports. Scorer Mike Spaull15
North Leigh United were two goals in front at home to Letcombe. The visitors won the second half, taking the points with three goals. Home scorers Declan Shepperd 17 Piers McGlynn 32 - Away Adam Bruce 47 Harry Monger 65 Conor Lynch 84.
Shrivenham won 4-2 against Pewsey Vale. Shrivenham goals Josh Fowler (9, 53, 58) Rob Lincoln (85) - Pewsey Lee Smith 32 ℗ 44 ℗
Tytherington Rocks were unable to score, conceding eleven goals to Ardley United, who have not dropped any points so far this season. Ardley scorers Troy Bryan 2 20 35 60, Drew Boyd 47, Conor Harris 50 87, Deon Gallacher 56 70, Jordan Moore 75, Billy Gillett 88

County Cups

Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy
Reading YMCA and AFC Aldermaston went to the end of the game without scoring. Aldermaston most 5-6 on penalties.
Oxfordshire Senior Cup
A hatful of goals in the Woodstock Town against Oxford City Nomads fixture at New Road. Home scorers Alex MacBryan 48 Kerian Strange 65 Callum Green 75 - Away Bradley Singh 2 Dan Collins 7 39 Jordy Mulvaney 31 57 Henry Landers 83.
Maidenhead & Norfolkian Senior Cup
Mortimer won 5-1 against Hellenic League Wokingham & Emmbrook

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Uhlsport Hellenic League

Premier Division
One game was played on Friday night Oxford City Nomads at home to Longlevens. In the first half Nomads raced into the lead, Longlevens pulled one back, for Nomads then to reply before half time. The home side added a fifth three minutes before full time. OCN goals Connor Mattimore 4 minutes, Liam Talboys 16, Will McEachran 31, Sami Khawaja 43, Siyanda Gila 87 - Longlevens Myron Turner 39.

In Saturday’s games, “Unlucky 13” proved to be anything but for Highworth Town, who have yet to drop a point this season. Away to Fairford Town, the Worthians 13th league game of the season was another victory 1-5. After a solid first half display by Fairford, Highworth’s class showed through. Home scorer Dan Reynolds 84 - Away Asa Corrick 52, Callum Parsons 56, 68, 78℗, Josh Jones 86.
Abingdon United went down to nine men and held on for a point against Tuffley Rovers. Abingdon scorer James Organ 22 - Tuffley Warren Manner 80.
Ascot United were two down against Brackley Town Saints at half time, but could only resorter one goal in the second period. Ascot scorer James Goodey 73 - Saints Chris Jordan 9, James Hammond 22.
Brimscombe & Thrupp ended Royal Wootton Bassett Town’s recent unbeaten run registering 3 goals without reply. Scorers Sam Blackie 2, 42, Eli Simpson 90+6.
Second placed Flackwell Heath went down 1-3 at home to third place Bracknell Town. Home scorers Dean Allen 55 - Away Adam Cornell 48, 59 Joe Grant 82.
Lydney Town scored the only goal of the game against Woodley United. Ross Gabriel 55 was the man on target.
Thatcham Town hosted Binfield. Both defences were on top throughout the game and although Thatcham pressurised the away side the game ended with nothing to show for it.
Scoring five goals without reply Wantage Town eased their way past Burnham to move to fourth place, level with Bracknell. Visitors Burnham remain at the bottom of the table. Scorers Jack Dunmall 29, Steve Robertson 31, 55, 90, Nick Thorne 57.
Windsor overcame Highmoor Ibis 3-1. Home scorers Riccardo Cannon 8, 36 Haydon Clack 64 - Away Ricardo Catlyn 62.

One East
Heart breaking for Henley Town as they deserved a lot more against top of the table Bicester Town who found it very difficult to press Henley and get the last minute winner. Home scorers Ryan Szram 64 - Away Wayne Blossom 44, Jack Bailey 89.
Holyport secured a 3-2 home victory against AFC Aldermaston. Home scorers Liam Bradley 4, Jonny Feaver 32, Charlie Evans 55 - Away Liam Tackley 15, Craig Masterson 78.
Thame Rangers scored the only goal in their home game against Wokingham & Emmbrook. Scorer Patrick Boston 72.

One West
Ardley United continue their unbeaten season run with a goal in each half at home to Shrivenham. Scorers Conor Harris 17, Deon Gallacher 56
New College Swindon won their first game of the season with a 2-1 away to Easington Sports. Sports scorer Charlie Hill 48 - College Kane Howcutt 58, Louis O’Shea 84
Headington Amateurs hit four against Cheltenham Saracens who were unable to register. Scorers Henry Bone 16, 24, Chris Peck 46, Olly Zaja 59.
In a closely fought encounter, Kidlington’s young reserve side came out against North Leigh United
thanks to a great goal from jack Gaul after 29 minutes.
Two second half goals sealed a win for Shortwood United Reserves against Pewsey Vale who were able to score. Goal scorer Yesh Lomotey 70, 85.
Tytherington Rocks lost 2-4 to Woodstock Town. Home scorers Eboue touray 53, Jordan Walker 75, 88 - Away Ollie Hawkins 7, Callum Green 27, 40 Kevin Davis 78.

County Cups

Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy
One East Chalfont Wasps won the first half 2-0 before Two West Chalvey Sports wind the second half and the game with four goals. Wasps scorers Mickey Benning 7, Joe Delieu 9 - Chalvey Carlton Chisambara 59, Kyle Rochford 71, Brian Taylor 86, Latiff Moore 89
Letcombe had little trouble against Kennington Athletic winning 5-1. Letcombe scorers OG 1, Shemar Pettet 16, Harry Monger 58, Adam Bruce 80, 82
In a thrilling game Milton United went down 2-3 at home to North Berks side Kintbury Rangers. Milton goals Joe Morgan 13, Callum Stewart 60, but a Charlie Allsop hat trick puts Kintbury into the next round.
Penn & Tylers Green were 2-0 up at half time against visitors Thames Valley League Cookham Dean. Fred Tripp added a further five goals for Penn in the second half. Scorers George Weller 43p. Joshua Fox 45 , Fred Trip 55, 60, 65, 70, 82
Sandhurst Town won 2-1 against visitors Frontline(HRF). Sand’s fought out a win after a disciplined performance from Frontline. Sandhurst scorers Freddie Barron 20, Richard Hughes 83.

Gloucestershire FA Challenge Trophy
Cirencester Town Development won 2-3 at Wick. Cirencester scorers Danny Gudger 13, Sam Farr 37, Josh Ukoha 75

 

7 October

Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup Round 1

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In the fixture played on Friday night Binfield hosted local rivals Woodley United at Stubbs Lane. Playing extra time Binfield won, a game described as dour, with the only goal scored. On target Gary Smith 116 minutes.

In Saturdays games Burnham and visiting Thame Rangers were 0-0 at the end of normal time at The Gore. Thame’s Dan Mullen registered the only goal on 98 minutes.

Clanfield 85’s hopes ended with a very late Sam Collier winning the the game for Royal Wootton Bassett at Radcot Road. Time scored 90+3

Fairford Town were a goal down at half time when Kidlington Reserves were awarded a penalty two minutes before the break at Cinder Lane Stadium. The second half went the way of the homes scoring two without reply. Fairford goals Dan Reynolds 55 Liam Gale 75 - Kidlington Josh Tooke 43℗.

Highmoor Ibis ended their cup hopes with visitors Windsor scoring the only goals at Rivermoor, Scorers Lee Bowles 30 Ash Caldwell 53.

Premier Division leaders Highworth Town hosted One West basement boys Tytherington Rocks at The Elms Recreation Ground. Rocks battled well but ran out of steam, letting in three goals in a quarter of an hour spell to go out of the competition 4-1. Highworth goals Jake Kitchin 44 Jon Davoile 53 Josh Jones 69, 74 - Tytherington Tananda Kujeks 41.

Abingdon United racked up a dozen at Northcourt Road, visitors London Rangers replied with two. Abingdon goals James Organ 60 Callum Harvey 48, 62, 70 Graham Edney 40 Kyle Moss 85 Sam Wharton 8, 44, 45, 88, 89 Joseph Hartley 89 - Rangers Ryan Campbell 10 Joshua Ocuaramjo 63

In the Gloucestershire derby Longlevens took the honours Tuffley Rovers at Sawmills End. All goals scored in a second half ten minute spell. Home scorers Bradley Vanstone 76 Shaun O’Connor 78 - Away Chris Manners 71.

Lydney Town’s keeper George Burton was sent Off after 48 minutes for hand ball outside the box. But the home side held out against Division 2 West Faringdon Town who were unable to score. Lydney gaols Niall Halford 15, 28 Lewis Halford 70 Owen Williams 75.

Shrivenham went through at the cost of visitors Brackley Town Saints at Barrington Park. Hard fought game but Shrivenham took the lead in the final few minutes. Brackley Town a good side but very physical hence the sending off of one of their players in the second half. Shrivenham goals Adam Bright 7 Danny Hale 84 - Brackley Chris Jordan 60.

Didcot Town Reserves went through 4-2 against Wokingham & Emmbrook at Draycott Engineering Stadium. On Target for Didcot Keiran Collins 7, 27. Tom Hoskin 44. Ross MacDonald 51. - Wokingham Luke Scope 4, Josh Pearson 70.

Visitors AFC Aldermaston win the third match in 11 days against Henley Town at The Triangle Ground. Henley scorers Ryan Szram 60 Josh Gillespie 71 - Aldermaston Chace Jewell 2 Karl Hanks 29 Joe Cummuskey 77p.

Milton United progress scoring the only goal in the game against Division Two Long Crendon at The Heights. Scorer Jamie Davies 31.

In the Sandhurst Town v Bicester Town contest at Bottom Meadow, produced a hard fought home win which was sealed with two goals for Charlie Oakley 57, 90+6.

After surviving first half dominated by visitors Ascot United, Wallingford concede two late goals when slightly on top. A decent performance from Wallingford against the Premier Division side. Scorers James Goody 88 Mo Davies 90

Chalvey Sports secured a 3-0 win against Headington Amateurs at Chalvey Recreation Ground. Goals Carlton Chisambara 32 Jamie Earis 18 68.

Cheltenham Saracens won 2-1 against visiting Woodstock Town at Petersfield Park

One West Cirencester Town Development lost 3-0 against Two West Bishops Cleeve Development at The Corinium Stadium. Scorers Connor Sherry 19 Matt Magee 73 Callum Debonis 85.

Easington Sports eased into the next round with a 3-0 victory over Newent Town at Addison Road. Easington scorers James Montague 44, Callum Convey 60 ℗ 90 ℗

One West Letcombe departed the competition at the hands of Two West Bourton Rovers after the game entered extra time. Home scorer Adam Bruce 87 - Away Jake Oakley 44 Connor Teague111.

A goal in the first two minutes was enough for Pewsey Vale to secure a home win over Carterton. Well fought game - both sides competitive. Not much between the two sides. Goal scorer Blake 2.



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A goal in each half secured Brimscombe & Thrupp a win against Oxford City Nomads at The Meadow. Brimscombe scorers Lee Bowles 30 Ash Caldwell 53.

In the Thatcham Town versus Flackwell Heath fixture at Waterside Park, Flackwell started strongly scoring after just 7 minutes. Thatcham came back into the game in the second half of the first period but went up a gear after the break with 3 goals in a 7 minute, spell. Flackwell fought back with an equaliser in added time. Home goals Josh Helmore 48 Harry Grant 51 Shane Cooper-Clarke 55 - Away Dan Rapley 7 Dean Allen 77, 90+3.

Wantage edged a close game 3-2. Leading through Jim Glover on 24 minutes Wanatge were caught ball-watching for Bracknell's equaliser through Joe Grant on 44 mins. Bracknell lead through Harrison Gilkes on 48 mins, Wantage levelled on 56 mins through Nick Thorne before Steve Robertson's winner on 63 minutes.


One East
Penn’s Jamie West netted twice to score the only goals in the Holyport v Penn & Tylers Green game at Summerleaze Village. Times scored 40, 90+1

Division One West
Ardley United have still yet to lose a point this season, overcoming New College at The Playing Fields 3-0 this afternoon. Ardley scorers Deon Gallacher, 41 Tom Moore, 48 Troy Bryan, 62

22 October

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From the eleven Hellenic clubs that took the field in this cup competition four are in the draw for the next round.

In the All Hellenic game Abingdon United from Division West took the lead with a Sam Wharton goal against runaway Premier leaders Thatcham Town. Lewis Brownhills drew the visitor’s level before the interval and James Tennant netted twice in the second half
Hellenic versus South Counties East (ex-Kent) League. Lydney Town travelled from the west to play 11th placed Canterbury City. The home side held the advantage all of the game. Rob Lawrence and Dave Pilcher scored before the break. Declan Morley-Lyne got one back before Matt Martin restored the two goal advantage.
Bracknell Town went to 8th place Croydon and took an early lead through TJ Bohane, before the home side ran away with the game scoring four times. Ascot United visited 5th placed Holland & Blair. Neither side looked like finding the net on a difficult pitch until Gavin Brainch did the trick with almost the last kick of the game.
Hellenic versus Wessex League. Fairford Town hosted 10th placed Andover Town and went two behind in the first half with goals from Connor Cocklan and Luke Dempsey. After the interval Lee Smith got one back with a spot kick, but the equaliser was a step too far. Tuffley Rovers made short work of bottom three Sherborne Town. Their goals came from Brett James, Jamie Goodwin, and a couple from Ashley Davies. A first half goal from Ollie Pitt won the game for Brimscombe & Thrupp at mid-table Amesbury Town
Hellenic League versus Spartan South Midlands League. Flackwell Heath hosted 4th placed Cockfosters. Ben Hart scored for the visitors on the stroke of the interval. Ioannis Varoucakis scored twice more for them to move into the next round. Highmoor-Ibis were down to ten men after twenty minutes at home to mid-table Holmer Green. The visitors took full advantage and scored very quickly and held on to the win
Hellenic League versus Combined Counties League. Howard Newton scored early for Walton & Hersham in 5th spot at home to Thame United. Jordan Wisdom-Muir secured the game for them with a couple after the break.

On Sunday 23rd October AC London, playing at Banstead Athletic's ground, hosted Highworth Town. With a minute of normal time left the Worthians looked to be making their exit from the competition. London's Michael Pacey had opened the scoring on six minutes, Aysa Corrick leveled on 13 minutes. London scored again in the second half, through Mustaphar Ibrahim and that looked to be the final result until Corrick pulled another goal out of the bag on 89 minutes. Ibrahim added another in the first period of extra time, and Highworth's Ashley Edenborough followed suit in the second period. The replay takes place at Highworth on Wednesday evening.

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After a poor start to the season Ardley United climbed to mid-table with a fine win at home to Royal Wootton Bassett. Goals from Jack Ross and Matt Cruse in the last quarter after a Steve Yeardley strike saw the visitors ahead at the interval.
Henley Town’s Dan Davies opened the scoring before goals from Brad Martin, Shaun O'Connor and Monty Welch gave the points to visitors Longlevens AFC

One East
At the top unbeaten Penn & Tylers Green put twelve past struggling Wantage Town at French School Meadows. Lee Thompson and Fred Tripp got five each, with others from Casey Bocarro and Adam Parsons. Chris Compton got one back. Headington Amateur's in runner up spot, kept one point behind the leaders with a 4-2 victoryat Wokingham & Emmbrook Chalfont Wasps hosted a Woodley United side that boasted a 100% league record. This they maintained, scoring five times. Charlie Oakley with four, and Greg Beckett were on target. Garluwa Sandy struck a consolation. A Kai Parton-Edy hat-trick for AFC Aldermaston took the points at Finchampstead whose reply came from Jon Malone Neither side could score at Didcot Town with the visit of Chinnor. Holyport lost at home to Rayners Lane by the odd goal in three. The visitor’s goals came from Luke Dexter and an Own Goal with Paul Rake getting one back.

One West
With the morning League leaders Fairford Town in cup action, Hook Norton in second overtook them with three points at Shortwood United. They strode into a two goal lead after twenty minutes with an own goal followed by one from Dan Reeves. The home side got one back from Ayo Ajijedidun towards the end. Shrivenham in 4th hosted Purton from two places below at Barrington Park. The visitors went home with the points with strikes from Joe Herbert from the spot in the opening minute, and two late in the game from Shannon Pocock. A first half goal from Josh Northam for Easington Sports took the points at Clanfield 85. A goal at each end in the last five minutes of the first half earned Letcombe and Milton United equal share of the points at Bassett Road Recreation Ground. Adam Bruce for the visitors and then Tom Rowe. The bottom two also drew by the same score. Woodstock Town’s goal came from Patrick Beckford with Tytherington Rocks’ equaliser coming from Luke Whittam.

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Sandhurst Town won by the odd goal in five at Cirencester Town Development. Richard Hughes got two and Charlie Horwood added another. Home side scoring came from Max Arnold and an Own Goal.

GFA Senior Amateur (North) Cup
Lydbrook Athletic were soundly beaten at home by Hellenic League Division Two side Moreton Rangers.

 

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Premier Division
The big news today came from Burnham where they won their first points of the season by beating near neighbours Ascot United by the odd goal in three. Calvin Kalinga and Elliot Amadeau got the goals for the home side after Louie Gilpin had opened the scoring.
League leaders Thatcham Town increased their lead with a 3-2 win at home to mid-table Highworth Town. Ashley Edenborough put the visitors two ahead before the interval. Back came Thatcham with three second half goals including two in the last ten minutes. Two from Josh Helmore and one from James Tennant took the points.
Unbeaten and in Second place, Thame United, were held at home 1-1 by improving Ardley United. Both goals were in the second half with Dan West for the home side, and within three minutes this was cancelled out by Troy Bryan.
Tuffley Rovers who started in third, and were playing in the County Cup today, and dropped to fourth as Flackwell Heath overtook them with a point at Longlevens AFC. The visitors went ahead with goals from Jamie Essex and Ben Sturgess. Darren Defoe and Brad Martin got the home side level.
Royal Wootton Bassett dropped a place to sixth after a six goal thrashing at home to mid-table Bracknell Town. Finding the net for the visitors were Terry Bohane with a brace, Jamie McClurg, Adam Cornell, George Short and Carl Davies.
Binfield moved up to fifth with a goalless draw at Lydney Town
Henley Town moved up a place and dropped visitors Oxford City Nomads into the bottom two with a fine home win by the odd goal in three. All of the goals were in the first half with the visitors opening the scoring through Micky McKieran. Goals from Michael Davies and Andrew Nunn then took the points.
Brackley Town Saints put five past visitors Highmoor-Ibis. Finding the net were Lewis Baldwin and Matt Johnson, with a couple each, and Chris Jordan. The visitors started a finished the scoring with goals from Anthony White and Dave Lingwood.

One East
With no League matches for the top two, unbeaten Penn & Tylers Green in third were looking to leap-frog them at AFC Aldermaston. They put four past them without reply to move back to the top of the table.
Unbeaten Woodley United maintained fourth spot with a second half goal Charles Oakley at Finchampstead.
Rayners Lane held mid-table Didcot Town at home with a 2-2 draw. The visitors went ahead with first half goals from Emmanuel Hammond and Jack Hollister. Jamal Mattan got both goals for his team to share the points.
At the foot Wantage Town, and with no League points, lost at home to Chalfont Wasps. On target for the visitors were Kieren Webb and Tom Seddon with a couple each. The home side’s scorer was Elliott Powell, who also struck twice.

One West
League leaders at the start of the day, Hook Norton played in the County Cup, and Fairford Town overtook with a home win over third placed Cirencester Town Development. Adam Bruce struck twice for the home side with Danny Gudger getting the only reply.
Shrivenham moved up to fourth with a two goal win at home to Shortwood United. Both goals came from Rob Lincoln after the interval.
Easington Sports dropped to fifth after playing in the County Cup.
In mid-table Clanfield 85' lost at home to Abingdon United with an early goal from Sam Wharton
Milton United were held at home to North Leigh as they shared four goals. Adam Bruce got two in the first half for the home side with Dec Shepperd and Tom Harvey getting the replies
At the bottom Tytherington Rocks fought out a goalless draw with New College Swindon
Cheltenham Saracens, who started third from the foot, hosted Letcombe. Richmond Duah got on the score-sheet for them. The visitors did it six times. Calydon with a hat-trick, Sean Webb, Jordon Davies and Adam Fecher all made their mark.

Cup Competitions
Chairman's Challenge Cup

Lynch Pin, who are establishing themselves well in the Hellenic League, were two ahead at home to Stokenchurch when the game was abandoned due to an injury to the visitors goal-keeper. In one of the games of the day Penn & Tylers Green beat Oxford City Development by the odd goal in nine.
GFA Challenge Trophy
Kingswood (North) took Tuffley Rovers to penalty kicks whilst Brimscombe & Thrupp won at Shirehampton
Oxfordshire Senior Cup
Easington Sports, Headington Amateur's, Hook Norton and Chinnor all progressed to the next round.
Oxfordshire Intermediate Cup
Kidlington Reserves over-ran Horspath Reserves scoring twelve times.
Berks & Bucks Junior Cup
Aston Clinton Development and Chalfont Wasps Reserves both went into the hat for the next round on penalty kicks. They were joined by Abingdon United Res', Shrivenham Res' Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves and Penn & Tylers Green Reserves.

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Premier Division
League leaders Thatcham Town put five past their hosts Henley Town without reply. Finding the net were Josh Helmore with a couple, Callum Willmoth, Jemel Johnson and Nile O'Meally with his first for the club. Second played fourth at Wilks Park where Flackwell Heath entertained Thame United. At the interval the home side had the advantage with a Dan Bayliss goal. It was a different story after the break as Ben Connelly and Andy Gledhill both scored for the visitors to secure all three points. In the table the clubs swapped places. Tuffley Rovers maintained third spot with a 2-2 draw at the Rivermoor ground of Highmoor-Ibis. All of the goals were in the first half. Brett James opened the scoring for the visitors and he got his second right on the whistle for the break. In between the hosts had equalised and taken the lead with goals from Dee Romeo and Steven Peacock. Binfield who started the day fifth were beaten at home by Brimscombe & Thrupp and dropped a place. The visitor’s scorers were Josh Jones, Ollie Pitt and Jack Smith, with Liam Ferdinand getting the reply from the spot. Burnham, without a league point, travelled to Royal Wootton Bassett. The visitors did get on the score sheet through Cheyenne Cripps, but the home side got five. On target were Dale Richards, Steve Olphert, Henry Spalding, Steve Robertson and Lewis Thompson, as they moved into fifth place. Highworth Town went ahead with a goal from Ryan Stanners at home to Brackley Town Saints. That is the way the score remained with a lot of rear-guard action being required to hold on to the slender lead even after going down to ten men due to two yellow cards. Eighth took on ninth at The Racecourse Ground with Lydney Town on the road at Ascot United. The visitors moved up a place with a 2-0 win. The goals came from Pat Gibbs and Niall Halford. Ascot United remain ninth. In mid-table Longlevens AFC lost at home to Bracknell Town despite a goal from Shaun O'Connor. The visitors took the points with Carl Davies and Adam Cornell scoring.

One East
Third placed Bicester Town had the chance to move up a place if they could beat Chalfont Wasps. They only just managed it with a goal in the very last minute from Benjamin Gascoigne. Prior to that they had opened the scoring with a goal from Murray Nicholls only for it to be equalised by Ryan Forbes. In the lower half of the table Wokingham & Emmbrook played out a 1-1 draw against Chinnor at the Emmbrook Sports & Social Club. Mark Jones got the goal for the visitors just before the interval, and Tom Williams levelled.

One West
Cirencester Town Development dropped to third place losing at Easington Sports who moved up to fourth. Josh Northam got the only goal of the game in the closing stages. Fairford Town moved up a place to second place and did their goal difference no harm with a six goal win at home to New College Swindon. On target were Jason Milhench with a hat-trick, Lee Smith, Luke Cordery and Ben Saunders Mid-table Purton beat Woodstock Town from the bottom two at The Red House. It was one each at the interval. An early penalty for the home team was converted by Joe Herbert. This was countered by Callum Green. In the second half goals from Aaron Stevens and Shannon Pocock took the home team to sixth in the table. Tytherington Rocks at the foot travelled to Clanfield 85, and lost to the only goal of the match. Michael Duerden scored in the last ten minutes Cheltenham Saracens, lying third from bottom, and having conceded the most goals in this division, greeted mid-table North Leigh and leaked five more. Finding the net were Dec Shepherd with a pair, Josef Fullerton, Alfie Saunders and Conor Tinsley

Bluefin Sport Hellenic Challenge Cup
Top of the Division One West table Hook Norton lost at home to Rayners Lane from the lower reaches of Division One East. Steve Howkins and Daniel Reeves were on target for the home side. However Khoury Taylor with two, Jay Thorne and David Jackson steered the visitors into the next round.

Other Cup Competitions
Abingdon United, Chalvey Sports, Didcot Town, Finchampstead, Penn & Tylers Green, Sandhurst Town, Shrivenham, Milton United and Woodley Town all had good wins in The Berks & Bucks FA Intermediate Cup competition.
Sandhurst Town Reserves moved into the next round of The Aldershot Intermediate Cup.

1 October

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Brimscombe & Thrupp flew The Hellenic League flag at the Bob Lucas Stadium of Weymouth who are mid-table in The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division.

The difference in levels of football was just too much on the day. However the club proved once again that they are a great credit to the League.

 

 

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Bluefin Sport Hellenic Challenge Cup
Aston Clinton Development of Division Two were soundly beaten by Didcot Town from the Division above. Relegated from our Premier last season Wokingham & Emmbrook, gave Lydney Town a real fright by putting three past them before the interval. The visitors came back with a goal before the break and three more in the second half to move into the next round.

The result of the day was achieved by Division Two East leaders Oxford City Development, who scored five without reply to knock-out Premier Division Henley Town.

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League Leaders, on goal difference before the game. Thatcham Town beat mid-table Highmoor-Ibis at Waterside Park to move two point clear. Three goals from Gareth Thomas, Jemel Johnson and Gareth Thomas before the interval and one from James Tennant in the second half, gave them the points. The visitor’s replies came from Anthony White and a Yashwa Romeo spot kick. Flackwell Heath, in second position, went to fifth place Tuffley Rovers. The home side’s four goals from a Shayne Bradley pair, Brett James and Jamie Goodwin, without reply, sent them home with no more points, but still in second place. Third placed Binfield came unstuck at home to lowly Brackley Town Saints. The visitors went two ahead through Chris Jordan and Josh Murphy before Luke Scope could get one back. Thame United in fourth travelled to Highworth Town in eighth. The home team scored four times through Kieron Gleed, Ryan Stanners, Aysa Corrick, and Ashley Edenborough with the only reply coming from Linton Goss, before the visitors could get momentum. Then Andy Gledhill got a hat-trick in the last half hour to win a share of the points for his team. Ardley United put five past fifth placed Ascot United, who dropped to ninth. On target were Reece Bayliss with a couple, Leam Howards, Bradley Cox and Jack Heap. Royal Wootton Bassett who started the day in ninth spot, moved up to sixth with a four goal home win over Oxford City Nomads. Finding the net were Steve Robertson with a brace, Nathan Hawkins and Dale Richards. There was a nine goal thriller at struggling Burnham for the visit of Longlevens AFC. The home site were on target three times. Two from Oscar Dubrowski and the other from Elliot Amadeau. The visitors struck six times to take the points. A hat-trick from Shaun O’Connor and others from Ed Smylie, Brad Martin and Ryan Dunn were just too much for the home side.


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With Leaders Penn & Tylers Green not having a game, second placed Headington Amateur's took the opportunity to overtake them by beating fourth placed Chalfont Wasps by the odd goal in three. Causing the visitors to sink to sixth. The visitors took the lead with an early goal from Tiaghan Williams. However second half goals from Drew Fowler and Carl Bloomfield saw the home side go top of the league Third placed Bicester Town were beaten on the road at Woodley United who took over their position in the table. Second half goals from Josh Drew and Adam Nditi took the points. AFC Aldermaston moved into fourth spot by putting five past Holyport at The Aldermaston Recreational Society ground. On target were Kai Parton-Edey with a pair, Matty Wilkins Craig Masterson and Martin King. Holyport got two back through Luke Dexter and Ben Wall. Goals from Sam Green, Stuart Moss Richard Thomas and Harry Swabey saw Finchampstead take the points at home to Sandhurst Town. The visitors led at the interval with Henry Lee scoring with almost the last touch of the first half. Will Shaw doubled their tally with almost the last touch of the second period but by then the game was lost. In the battle of the bottom two Rayners Lane beat Wantage Town Reserves at Tithe Farm Stadium with a goal in each half. The first was an Own Goal and the second by Mandela Gbagbo.

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Leaders Hook Norton thrashed New College Swindon at The Bourne scoring seven times. Joe Eyre got two with others from James Peppiat, Stevie Hopkins, Dan Reeves and Jordan Jeacock. The visitors did get a late consolation. Second placed Fairford Town scored three times at bottom club Tytherington Rocks. Finding the net were Jason Millhench with a brace, and Jack Ellis. Before the interval the home side did draw level with a goal from Jamel Fisher, but that was the only goal they managed. Shortwood United greeted Cirencester Town Development from third spot with an entertaining two all draw being the result. All the goals were at the same end. Will Hawes and Tom Blackah scored there for the home side, before the interval. Then Liam James and Sam Walsh for the visitors in the second half. Levi Cox scored in each half for Shrivenham to take the points at Abingdon United. Andrew Stidder converted a penalty kick in each half to give Easington Sports the points at home to North Leigh. The visitors equalised the first through Jake Steel, but could not repeat this feat. In mid table Purton beat Letcombe with goals from Aarron Stevens, in the first half, plus a penalty kick from Joe Herbert, and Matt Bennett in the second. The scores were levelled just after the interval with a goal from Luke Faircloth and then the home side took full control. The other mid-table match was at Milton United for the visit of Cheltenham Saracens. The result was one sided, as the home side scored nine times without reply. On target were Niall Hodgkins with a pair, Conor Forster, Scott Davis, George Howard, Dan Timbrell, Adam Bruce, Josh Beech and Tommy Austin. In the lower reaches Woodstock Town were soundly beaten at home Clanfield 85’ who scored six times with two hat-tricks. Mike Duerden and Alex Povey both getting rights to the match ball. Earlier Max Roberts had opened the scoring for the day with the home side’s only goal.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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