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Premier Division
Abingdon United’s Joe Hartley, scored the only goal in their home game against Fairford Town.
Bracknell Town came from behind to score 6 second half goals. The scoreline was a bit harsh on Binfield but Bracknell took their chances. Bracknell scorers Seb Bowerman (55,65, 90) Jamie McClurg (68) Joe Grant (83, 89). For Binfield Gary Smith (5).
Brackley Town Saints took the lead in the 8th minute from a defensive mistake at Oxford City Nomads, Chris Jordan capitalised the mistake. Nomads rallied and equalised in the 75 minute through Dan Collins, to then concede a penalty converted by Brackley’s Josh Bowden. The home side forced two more chances before a Brackley’s Callum Pearce OG, produced after the pressure from OCN, ended with a share the points. Referee, Luke Peacock retired ill at HT, with Simon Pytherch taking the middle.
Flackwell Heath recorded a 2-1 at home to Burnham. Jamie Essex (24) Dean Allen (29) registered for the Heathens, Steffan Bennett (46) for Burnham.
At Elms Park Royal Wootton Bassett shot themselves in the foot with two sendings-off when in a strong position. But points in the bag for home side Highworth Town. Highworth goals Aysa Corrick (65(p), 67) Jake Slocombe (90) - Bassett Callum Wright (35) Sam Packer (90+6).
In the Gloucestershire derby at Lydney Town, the home side shared the points with Longlevens. Longlevens keeper Ashley Wintle saved penalty from Jamie Addis in 89th minute Home goal scorer Jamie Addis (15) - away Brad Martin (35).
Sam Hill's brace (6, 23) for Tuffley Rovers along with Cam Williams' (67) first Hellenic League goal, were enough to secure a vital three points at home Brimscombe & Thrupp. Hill netted an OG (80) to complete an unusual hat-trick.
Wantage Town ended Thatcham Town’s 100% record with a 2-1 win. Steve Robertson's cross-shot was turned home by Mark James on 15 minutes, Thatcham capitalised on Wantage defending too deep on 76 minutes through Shane Cooper-Clarke before Jack Powell secured all 3 points with a well crafted goal in the 89th minute.
Windsor claim a home win in the local “Royal” derby in a 3-0 victory over Ascot United, the visitors from the other side of the Windsor Great Park. Barry Hayles (19) Nadir Shafi (56) Ramel Sutherland (90) were on target.

One East
Home side Sandhurst Town shared the points with Wallingford Town. Sandhurst goals Adam Barnard (68) Declan Allen (77) - Wallingford Brad Chalmers (58) Will Wright (63)

One West
In the Oxfordshire local derby home side Woodstock Town and visitors North Leigh United shared the points. Woodstock goals Max Roberts (10) Jimmy Deabill (36) - North Leigh Jamie McCuaig (15mins) Lewis White (17).
Shannon Pocock (4) opened the scoring for Cirencester Town at Letcombe, but the home side hit back and secured the points through scorers Harry Monger (16) Luke Ballard (27).
Jordan Jeacock (20) Callum Convey (29) gave Easington Sports a two goal lead half time at Headington Amateurs. The home side replied through Tom Parker (51p) but it was not enough to save the points.


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Premier Division
In a game where all goals were scored in the first half, James Goodey (18) started the scoring for Ascot United before visiting Wantage Town replied though Ryan Markham (30) Jack Dunmall (36) Stephen Robertson (43).
In the Reading area derby it was two goals each for Binfield and visitors Highmoor Ibis, Binfield scorers Joss Millar (21) Josh Howell (71) Highmoor Mitchell Parker (34) Trevor Mutero (43).
Highworth Town stay top of the Premier Division on goal difference after the 1-0 victory at Brackley, a Callum Parsons (17) decided the result.
In an another Reading area derby, Bracknell Town returned to winning form following last weeks FA cup exit with a comfortable win over Division newcomers Woodley United, delivering six of the best to the visitors who could not find the goal. On target Jon Bennett (10) Josh Hannah (39) Adam Cornell (59) Joe Grant (73) Seb Bowerman (78,82).
Honours even in the Burnham v Abingdon United fixture, Brackley goals Junior Samuyiea (44) Barry Dunbar (79), Joe Green hit a brace for United (40,72).
A goal in each half for Flackwell Heath Elliott Derby (11) Charlie Malin (47) decided the result against Oxford City Nomads.
In the first of two Gloucester derbies Longlevens and Tuffley Rovers shared a goal each and the points, Tuffley went in front through Bret James (65) with an added time goal Shaun O’Connor (90+3) restoring parity.
In the second Gloucester area derby, Ross Gabriel (58) registered for Lydney Town, but Brimscombe & Thrupp were two up already, Kyle Pitt (15) Jack Smith (55)
Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Thatcham Town remained goal less well into the second half when the visiting Kingfishers hit three in ten minutes without reply, Josh Helmore (61) Shane Cooper-Clarke (68) Joe Blunt (70).
A late header from former Premier League player Barry Hayles (87) secures Windsor a point at Fairford Town, Lee Smith (68) scored for the home side.

One East
Three teams maintain their 100% record Penn & Tylers; Wokingham & Emmbrook; Virginia Water.
Penn’s 8-1 home mauling of Milton United boosted their goal difference at the top. Penn goals Casey Bocarro (30 42) George Weller (55p 58) Fred Tripp (81 84) Jamie West (89) OG (90) - Milton Joe Morgan 47 (p).
An OG(33) gave Virgin1a Water the lead against a much changed Didcot Town Reserves at the Didcot Loop Meadow Stadium. Jack Kitchener (58) restored parity with a 20 yard screamer, but the more dominant visitors finish off with two further goals, Jake Baker (72) Josh Hill (85).
Wokingham took the points away from Bicester Town with a 2-3 win. Home scorers Elliott Powell (44p) Ricardo Benjamin (59), away Matthew Lambert (30)
Ben Knight (41) Sam Lawrence (67).
Holyport were another team hit for six, at Sandhurst Town. Kylo Atkinson recorded a hat trick (37 56 63) Sean Delfosse (23) Richard Hughes (31) Adam Barnard (54) - Nathan Green (68) responded for Port.
Henley Town achieved the first win of the season at Thame Rangers. Thame went in front Finlay Murray (50) before a Karol Darewenko double (78 90) took the points away.
A composed controlled and confident 3-0 win for Wallingford at home to Chinnor courtesy of a Will Wright brace and a Joe Morris half-volley.

One West
New College’s Tom Johnston hit two goals (33 80) but it was nothing to stop the eight goal onslaught of visiting One West table toppers Ardley United, who now have four wins out of four games. Poor defending cost the College side.
The start of the game at Easington Sports was delayed through the late arrival of West Country Tytherington Rocks. Though the wait did not affect Sports who hammered nine past the Rocks. Steve Howkins (3 40) Josh Rose (9) Callum Convey (15 68p 85) Mike Spaull (76 89) Sam Grant (87) - Rhys Turberfield (64) provided Rocks consolation goal.
Shrivenham logged their first win of the season at Headington Amateurs. Points won through a single goal Chris Rivers (53).
Clanfield thwarted visiting Woodstock Town 5-0. On target Joe Hiscock (16) Josef Fullerton (23) Lee Toomey (35) Jack Kenneady (56) Zac Oliver (86).
One a piece in the Pewsey Vale v Letcombe. Connor Lynch (40) opened the score for Letcombe, Harrison Lowe (47) restored stalemate. A tightly contested game with points shared and probably the correct result. Pewsey had six players missing from previous week, however the young lads who help bolster the team did well. Pewsey where also hindered by having to use all three subs in the first thirty minutes.

Two West
Bishops Cleeve Development 0 Bourton Rovers 3 Bourton fought hard and came away with all 3 points after a dominant performance against a strong Cleeve outfit.


Emirates FA Cup19 August 2017

Emirates FA Cup Premlinary Round

Tuffley Rovers produced a stunning comeback to recover from two goals down and score three times in a eight minute spell at Leighton Town, who were two to the good within 35 minutes of kick off. Warren Mann provide a lifeline with a penalty on 82 minutes, two minutes before the end of normal time Mark Pritchett levelled the score, then on 90 minutes Sam Hill popped the cherry on top of the cake.
Thatcham Town secured a hard fought win at Alresford. Goals from Shane Cooper-Clarke (9) and Joe Blount (79) along with another clean sheet, keeps the Kingfishers on the road to Wembley.
Binfield are still in the hat, but need to win a replay at Horndean, the Uhlsport Hellenic side were a goal down at half time and got their life-line through Josh Howell (76).

Eight Uhlsport Hellenic League clubs came to the end of the road. Bracknell Town were well beaten by their step 4 opponents Evo-Stik Southern Winchester City, who scores a brace in each half, the Robins were unable to reply.
Flackwell Heath’s Jamie Essex (12) opened the scoring against Didcot Town, with the replying later in the half Callum McNish (25). The Heathens were the dominant team over their Evo-Stik Southern in the first half, though in the second period the roles were reversed with the Railwaymen taking the upper hand. Flackwell’s keeper Dave Lyons had an excellent half, but could not completely stop the pressure with Louis Joyce (69) scoring the winner for Didcot.
Brimscombe & Thrupp’s keeper Ashley Gale saved a second half penalty at Evo-Stik Southern Hayes & Yeading. A couple of minutes later Hayes made no mistake in getting the ball in to the back of the net when Manny Duku hammered it home.
An goal on 46 minutes for Ascot United’s James Goodey looked to be the start of a comeback against host’s Hamworthy United two first half strikes. But Hamworthy added two further goals and nothing more from Ascot.
Alfie Grant (80) scored for Highmoor Ibis in their home fixture against Evo-Stik Southern North Leigh, but too little to late to counter the step 4 sides three goal lead.
Longlevens visited Hanwell Town hoping to better the previous years 5-1 drubbing by Farnborough at this stage of the competition. In a tight game it proved to be a single goal in the 83rd minute that broke the hearts of Longlevens and eliminate them with their heads held high.
Visiting Wantage Town missed out on the chance of an upset as they lost 1-0 to a 10 man Evo-Stik Southern Kidlington. Despite plenty of chances to win it they couldn't find the final touch in front of goal.

Highworth Town hosted Evo-Stik Southern League Marlow on Sunday. In all a good game. Marlow quick on the counterattack. Worthians pushed at the end but no quite enough with Marlow edging it 2-3. Highworth scorers Callum Parsons (62) Ross Adams (85) - Marlow Charlie Samuel (28) Isaac Osei-Tutu (62) 
Allen Bossman (82).

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Abingdon United were 3-0 victor's over vsiting Woodley United. On target Sam Wharton (8 ) Jared Jones (72) Graham Bryan (88).
Burnham were trounced at home 0-8 by Brackley Town Saints. Saint's scorers James Hammond (2, 6) James Watts (15) Josh Bowden (20) Chris Jordan (41,88) Callum Williams (42) Matthew Hammond (70).
Oxford City Nomads took a two goal lead in the game at Lydney Town, through Bradley Singh (16) Jordan Mulvany (20). But the home side struck back to secure a victory through Ben Hands (25) Pete Macklin (40) Ross Gabriel (80).
Windsor record their first ever Uhlsport Hellenic League point in a 1-1 draw at Royal Wootton Bassett Town. Dave Coleman (27) scored for Bassett, Haydon Clack (47) goes into the Stag's record books as the scorer of the club's first ever Hellenic League goal.

One East
Didcot Town Reserves proved too strong for Thame Rangers in this 0-7 win at  Thame's ASM Stadium, comfortably taking the three points. On target Tom Hoskin (33,59) Jack Kitchener (36,52) Ross MacDonald (85,89) Aaron Davies (83).
Two Joe Webber goals early in the second half (49, 55) effectively sealed the game for Wallingford Town. Away side Chalfont replied with a Chris Hurst (73) goal in a tight finish.
Wokingham & Emmbrook win on the road and score five without replay at Milton United. A Ben Knight hat-trick (8, 51, 66) was added to by Josh Lawrence (42) Luke Scope (20).
Henley Town's young Romanian goalkeeper Cosmin Mariah saved a penalty and at least another half dozen goal chances to keep down the score down to 0-4 against Sandhurst Town. Away gaols Myles White (24, 67) Kylo Atkinson (30, 90).
Bicester Town hit six at home to AFC Aldermaston who replied with two. Bicester Scorers Wayne Blossom (17, 54) Ricardo Benjamin (27, 56) Stephen Gardner (84) Rob Johnson (90) - Aldermaston Kai Parton-Edey (39) Dan Alliston (88).
In an excellent display of attacking football, Virginia Water ran out deserving 3-0 winners at home to Chalfont Wasps. Goals from Finn Evered (42) Josh Guichard (67) Louis Sanders (79).
A solid home performance secured second win of the season for Penn & Tylers Green with a 3-0 result over Holyport. Goals  George Weller (3p, 55) Casey Bocarro (55).

One West
Jack Kenneady (35) Zac Oliver (45) Joe Hiscock (89) were the goal providers for the home 3-0 home win for Clanfield85 against Tytherington Rocks.
Cirencester's Jack Price (71) scored the only goal of the match in the Woodstock Town v Cirencester Town Development fixture.
Ardley United make it three wins from three games, scoring three without replay at Shortwood United. Jamie Mundy (54) Conor Harris (52, 86).
Shrivenham and Easington Sports shared a goal a piece at Shrivvy's Barrington Park ground. Josh Fowler (48) converted a penalty for the home side, before Steve Howkins (49) restored parity in a good evenly fought game, with the draw a fair result.
Jamie Martin goals (16, 78) earned three points for Cheltenham Saracens at North Leigh United, Jamie McCuaig (82) scored for the hosts.
Hard fought home victory saw Pewsey Vale score the eventual winner in the second half further to 2-2 half time score over Kidlington Reserves. Vale goals Michael Martin (27) James Blake (45,55). Kidlington, Watheq al- Hakam (29) Jack Gaul (32).
Letcombe appeared to be heading for another three points when they lead home side Headington Amateurs 2-0 after an hour, but three goals in eight minutes from The A's turned the game on its head. Scorers Headington Chris Peck (60) Sam Gordon (66) Shaun Jacob (68) - Letcombe Conor Lynch (35p) Alex Fragata (49).


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Premier Division
Graham Bryan (18, 43) scored the first half goals for Abingdon United, Dejon Williams (88,90) the second half. Northcourt Road Stadium visitors, Ascot United, did not score.

A Charlie Tuttle goal (52) was enough to secure a win for Binfield against Oxford City Nomads at Stubbs Lane.

In the Brimscombe & Thrupp v Thatcham Town fixture, the visitors left with the points through a single first half goal scored by Shane Cooper-Clark (11).

Burnham were four goals down against visitors Highworth Town at The Gore. Then two strikes from Barry Dunba and Abdul Ally, both on 75 minutes were followed by another two from the Worthians, scorers Ryan Ohara (6) Callum Parsons (34)Dan Drewett (54)Tom Cole (82) Ash Edenborough (84) Jake Slocombe (90).

Flackwell Heath hit newcomers Fairford Town with four second half goals in a 6-2 away victory. Substitute Nile O'Meally-Newell scored twice in the last five minutes with the home side pushing forward, after Lee Smith had fired the Cinder Lane side into a 13th minute lead. Scorers Fairford - Lee Smith (13) Josh Morse (90) Flackwell - Dean Allen (18) Joel Jacobs (25) Elliot Derby (52) Liam Tack (61) Nile O'Meally-Newell (85, 87).

Longlevens and Brackley Town Saints fought out a seven goal contest at Sawmills End with the home side taking the spoils. Scorers for Leven’s J Welch (25) S O'Connor (30,56) B Martin (53) - J Bowden hit a hat trick for Saints (40,74,75p)

Royal Wootton Bassett took the lead at the Gerrard Buxton Sports Ground through Ben Lodge (67) but visitors Bracknell Town could not be held and added goals through Seb Bowerman (69)Joe Gater (83) Liam Ferdinand (85).

Tuffley Rovers earned the points through a late Shayne Bradley (72) goal which was enough to secure the win for Mark Pritchett's Rovers, as they hosted Windsor for their first ever Uhlsport Hellenic League game.

Wantage Town lose their unbeaten start to the season to a late penalty after drawing level shortly after halftime against Lydney Town at Alfredian Park. Goals Wantage Steve Robertson (52)Lydney Ben Hands (44) Peter Macklin (80p)

Woodley United and Highmoor Ibis, who both play at the Rivermoor Stadium, shared the points in a goal less draw.


Division One East

AFC Aldermaston 2 Wokingham & Emmbrook 4 in the fixture at the Aldermaston Recreational Society ground. Home scorers Kai Parton-Edey (19) Daniel Alliston (76) Away Ben Knight (14) Elliot Rushforth (70) Luke Scope (32,38)

A tale of numerous missed chances for both teams in the Didcot Town Reserves v Sandhurst Town fixture at Draycott Engineering Stadium. Didcot’s Tom Hoskin scored twice (34 53), Miles White (30) Harry Wilcox (71) for the “Fizzers”, then Tom Morris sealed the win for the “Railwaymen” in the 90th minute.

Milton take the spoils on Tim Davies's management debut at the Heights against Holyport. Milton United Callum Stewart (20, 65) Jamie Davies (42). Holyport Fabian Driffill (5,48)

One East Division winners for the past two season’s Penn & Tylers Green look to be starting in the right format for this season’s with a 6-0 win over Henley Town at French School Meadows. Penn were on target through George Weller (23,38) Casey Bocarro (31) Josh Fox (42) Danny Jordan (46,52).

Virginia Water won their inaugural Uhsport Hellenic League against Chalfont Wasps 4-3 at Stag Meadow. Home goals Lorenzo Difelipe (40) Josh Guichard (50,68) Mark Landsowne (63), Wasps goals were provided through a Chris Hurst hat trick (46,47, 68).

A promising start for Wallingford in their first game back in the Hellenic Football League. They came on very strong in the second half against Bicester Town and deserved a draw, but it wasn’t to be. Home goal, Joe Webber (45) Away goals, Wayne Blossom (15) Gavin Kidd (30)

Division One West

Three goals in the first half sealed an Ardley United victory over Kidlington Reserves at The Playing Fields. Goals Ardley, Billy Gillett (8, 13) Alex Feaver (23).

Cheltenham Saracens and Woodstock Town shared the points at Petersfield Park with a goal each. Saracens ??? Hammond (5), Town Alex McBryan (75)

Two late goals Zac Oliver (75) Joey Hiscock (80) secured a Clanfield 85 victory against Shrivenham at Radcot Road

Two second half goals for Easington Sports, Callum Convey (54) Joe Eyre (85) secured the Addison Road side a win against Shortwood United Reserves.

Headington Amateurs had no response to Pewsey Vale, who sealed their return to the Hellenic League with a 0-3 victory at the Horspath Sports Ground. Pewsey goals James Blake (7) Tom Ritchie (18), Harrison Lowe (88)

A Chris Colin goal in the second minute was sufficient to secure home win for Letcombe against New College.

5 to 6 August 2017

Emirates FA CupEmirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round

Friday 4th
Flackwell Heath over powered fellow Hellenic Premier Division side Burnham 5-0 at Wilks Park on Friday night. Liam Tack scored the first FA Cup goal for this season’s competition on six minutes, followed by Dean Allen (37) James Essex (47 64) Dan Molloy (88). The Heathens now await the visit of Southern League Didcot Town on 19 August.

Saturday 5th
Spartan South Midlands League side Baldock Town had a comfortable 3-1 win over Hellenic One East Ardley United, Billy Gillett (61) scored for Ardley.

Bracknell Town progress to Southern League Winchester City at home in the next round after a 3-0 win at home to Wessex League Cowes Sports. Bracknell were gifted an own goal in the first minute of the game, added to by Liam Ferdinand (64) Joe Gater (73).

Binfield carry on the journey winning 4-3 at home against Wessex League Chichester City, goals from Sean Moore (19) Brad Pagliaroli (34) Danny Langford (67) James Knight (77). They now host Wessex League Horndean at home on 19 August.

Ollie Pitt hit a “fantastic four” (12,14,27,43) in Brimscombe & Thrupp’s fixture against Spartan South Midlands League visitors Sun Sports. The opponents did not score, though Brimscombe can expect tougher opposition in the next round at Southern League Hayes & Yeading.

Alex Stott (90) scored the consolation goal in Brackley Town Sports 3-1 defeat at Western League Chipping Sodbury Town.

Fairford Town and Longlevens have to recommence on Tuesday night following the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier teams one all draw at Fairford’s Cinder Lane ground. Scorers, Fairford Lee Smith (48), Brad Martin (62). The victors on Tuesday have an away draw at Southern League Hanwell Town in the next round.

Another all Hellenic Premier Division tie saw host’s Lydney Town lose 1-3 to Wantage Town. The “Fred’s” had the game sown up with goals from Steve Robertson (5) Jack Dunmall (17, 85), Pete Macklin got his name on the score sheet for the home side in the last minute of play. Wantage journey 20 miles to fellow Oxfordshire club Southern League Kidlington for their next game in the competition.

Ascot United registered SIX without reply against Ringwood Town. The Yellamen’s nerves were settled by two early penalties, but they maintained a high tempo throughout to leave their Wessex League Division One hosts shell-shocked. Goals courtesy of Rob Lazarczuk (3P 17P 90)Josh Dillon (37) Victor Abreu (76) Samir Regragui (79). A game on an artificial surface awaits in the next round when they visit Wessex League Hamworth United.

Nathan Gambing opened the scoring in the Royal Wootton Bassett home meet against Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Crawley Green. But that was all from Bassett, the visitors hit two ending the Hellenic club’s Cup hopes.

Thatcham Town showed a “High Five” at home to Wessex League Petersfield Town, who did not score. Kingfisher’s on target Harry Grant (8) Ekow Elliot (51) Shane Cooper-Clarke (66p 83) Lamin Sankoh (86). Wessex League Alresford Town now await the visit of Thatcham.

Windsor’s dream of a trip to Wembley were ended by Wembley! The Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division club were three goals in front before Luke Brooks-Smith converted a penalty on 78 minutes. Wembley added another late in added time to make it 1-4.

Two Hellenic Premier Division sides faced each other in Reading. For newly promoted Woodley United it was their first ever appearance in the Emirates FA Cup. Despite being reduced to ten men in the closing moments, Tuffley Rovers’ held out to beat Woodley 1-2. Rovers went on the offensive immediately goals by Brett James (12) Ashley Davies (25). The hosts started the second half in inspired fashion, the pressure eventually told, when Danny Horscroft made it 2-1 after 73 minutes, but Rovers held on. The victory means that Rovers face a long away journey in the next round, to face Leighton Town of the Spartan South Midlands League.

Sunday 6th

Two Extra Preliminary games involving Uhlsport Hellenic League teams took place today - Highworth Town v London Colney Highmoor Ibis v Buckingham Town.

Highworth's game finished 1-1, with Highworth chasing it after conceding a soft goal at the start of the second period, Tom Cole restored parity on 74 minutes.

Highmoor Ibis now host Southern League North Leigh in the Preliminary Round, after their 3-1 win against Buckingham Town. Todays scorers for Highmoor, Michael Parker (12) Trevor Monstera (43) Anthony Alleyne (90)


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