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Premier Division
On Friday night Flackwell Heath in third place, put seven past local rivals Henley Town with just one reply coming from Patrick Gardner. Leading the way for the home team was Dan Rapley with a hat-trick, followed by Dan Baylis plus Jack Thomson-Wheeler and then Joe Blount with a late couple.
Saturday - Bracknell Town went top with six goals without reply at Highmoor-Ibis. TJ Bohane struck a hat-trick with others from George Short, Callum Whitty and Joe Grant. Highworth Town lost at home to Tuffley Rovers. The visitors scored two breakaway goals in two minutes just before the interval through Ryan Dobbins and Harry Walker. Despite having 75% of the play, Worthians were unable to capitalise on their domination and managed just one reply from Ryan Stanners in the second half. Despite missing a host of chances Ardley United did score two second half goals against visitors Oxford City Nomads to reach 40 points by New Year and move to sixth spot. Leam Howards and Jack Ross were the scorers. Michael Walton and Lewis Leonetti put Binfield two ahead at Brackley Town Saints. After the interval Josh Bowden got one back but could not stop the points going to the visitors. In mid-table Royal Wootton Bassett were beaten at home by Lydney Town. The visitors were one up at the interval thanks to a Declan Morley-Lyne strike. Pete Macklin added two more after the interval before Nathan Hawkins got the solitary goal for the home side.

One East
In the top of the table clash Chris Hurst scored the only goal of the game for Penn & Tylers Green to give them victory at home to second placed Woodley United. First half goals from Luke Cuff and Ben Green put third placed Headington Amateurs two ahead by the interval. Visitors Finchampstead did get one back after the re-start through Adam Barnard. Stephen Coultas, Tyrone Godwyn, Ossai Emmanuel, Simon Fearon all found the net for Rayners Lane at Wokingham & Emmbrook. The home side scored twice through Thomas Williams and Luke Giles but it was not enough. In the battle of the bottom two Holyport struck nine times against visitors Wantage Town whose only consolation came from Alex Marshall. Finding the net were Paul Rake and Ben Wall both with hat-tricks, Alert Marques, Lee Ovens and Johnny Feaver. Sean Delfosse opened the scoring on the stroke of half time for Sandhurst Town. Late in the game the visitors, Chinnor, drew level through Piers McGlynn. Then the home side took the points with two goals in the last ten minutes from Will Shaw and Richard Hughes.

One West
With leaders Hook Norton without a game Fairford Town, one place below, kept up the pressure with five goals at Purton. Lee Smith got two, with others from Josh Morse, Levi Cox and an Aaron Simpson own goal. They did not have it all their own way as the home side rallied a late recovery with goals from Joe Hiscock, Peter McGunigall and Joe Herbert Third placed Cirencester Town Development convincingly beat visitors Milton United by four clear goals. A hat-trick for Danny Gudger after Sam Walsh had opened the scoring. Abingdon United in fourth scored a goal in each half to beat visitors Letcombe. Graham Edney and Ryan Jackson scored the goals. Andrew Stidder scored in the last minute for Easington Sports as they lost at home by the odd goal in three to Shortwood United. Tom Blackah and James Singh got the visitor’s goals in the last ten minutes. Mid-table North Leigh scored six without reply against bottom lowly Tytherington Rocks. Finding the net were Roger James and Ben Curtis with a pair each, Jo Aust, and an own goal from Jack Pidge.


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Premier Division
Thame United remain top with a win at Oxford City Nomads. Ben Connelly struck twice and Dan West added a third before Craig Adey got on the score-sheet for the home side. Bracknell Town remain second, and have the best goal difference in the division, after thrashing visitors Burnham by seven goals without reply, in front of the biggest crowd of the day. On target were Terence Bohane with four, Adam Cornell, Seb Bowerman with a penalty kick, Jamie McClurg and Gavin Smith. Flackwell Heath beat Highmoor-Ibis by the odd goal in three. Adam Dickens and Dan Bayliss for the home side with Yashwa Romeo getting one back in between. A first half goal from Warren Mann for Tuffley Rovers was enough to take the points in front of a bumper home crowd against Longlevens AFC. Second half goals for Ardley Town from Will McEachran and Jack Ross beat visitors Brackley Town Saints. Alisa Corrick all got all the games four goals for Highworth Town at Royal Wootton Bassett. Kyle Pitts scored the only goal of the game for visitors Brimscombe & Thrupp in the local derby at Lydney Town

One East
Chalfont Wasps hosted League leaders Penn & Tylers Green and held them to a goal apiece draw. The home side struck first with a penalty from Tom Fifield. The equaliser was a great strike from Josh Fox. Second placed Woodley United were surprisingly beaten at home by Didcot Town Reserves who started the day third from bottom. Emmanuel Hammond opened the scoring for the visitors and Greg Beckett equalised. Then Charlie Noble scored twice, including a penalty, to take the points to Didcot. Alex Penny put Sandhurst Town two ahead at home to Holyport. The visitors managed just one back when Paul Rake struck on the stroke of the interval. AFC Aldermaston, in third, won by four goals without reply at Wantage Town. Craig Mardterton got two with others from Carl Hanks and Jake Thain. An early goal by Elliot Rushforth for Wokingham & Emmbrook started the scoring at Finchampstead. However the home side won the game with an own goal by Tom McNelly, and the winner in the second half from Matt Lambert. Chinnor were beaten at home by three goals without reply, by Rayners Lane. Jean Kima, Ty Godwin and Jamal Mattan all got on the score-sheet. The Headington Amateur's game at home to Bicester Town was postponed.

One West
Leaders Hook Norton took the points at Easington Sports with a three goal win. On target were Dan Watkins on the stroke of the interval, with Steve Howkins from the spot and Luc Thornton adding second half goals. With second placed Fairford Town not playing Cirencester Town Development could have overtaken them. However they were held to a goal apiece draw with a much improved performance from hosts Cheltenham Saracens. The visitors took an early lead through Hayden Roberts with Jamie Martin equalising before the interval. Two goals on both sides of the interval saw New College Swindon take the points at Purton. Tom Johnson and Dan Carter before the break with Ben Lodge and Antonio Ferris-had doubled the score-line in the second half. North Leigh hosted Clanfield 85' and the two fought out a one all draw. Both goals came after the interval. Karl Dickinson drew level for the visitors after a Tristan Smith goal for the hosts. Shortwood United put six past struggling Tytherington Rocks. A hat-trick from Tom Blackah led the way, James Singh struck twice, and Ollie Portlock completed the scoring. Liam Gale got a consolation goal for the visitors.

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Premier Division
Thame United kept up their position at the head of the table with three late goals against a very resilient Highmoor-Ibis who finished the match with nine players. Finding the net were Calvin Evans, Lynton Goss and Adam Morris. Bracknell Town remained in second place beating near neighbours Ascot United at home by the odd goal in five. Their scorers were Joe Grant, Jesse Wilson with an own goal and the winner from Seb Bowerman. On target for the visitors were James Goodey and Jesse Wilson. Flackwell Heath moved up to third beating visitors Longlevens AFC and the fog at Wilks Park. Finding the net for them in the first half were Dan Molloy and Adam Dickens, with Craig Martin getting one back after the interval. Drawing at home to Tuffley Rovers caused Thatcham Town to drop to fourth. The visitors went two ahead through Ashley Davies and Shayne Bradley before the break. Shane Cooper-Clark struck back after the re-start with a penalty and Lewis Brownhill equalised shortly afterwards, but could there was not a winner to be found. Highworth Town remained in fifth with a victory at Binfield. Goals from Arran Ferris and John Deviole put them two ahead. The home side managed to get one back through Matt Jones but no more. There were eight goals at Brackley Town Saints for the visit of Lydney Town to St James Park. The visitors struck five times with goals from Mason Lewis, Jamie Addison, Liam Shepherd, Sam Elliot, and Tom Maxted. This was after the home side had taken a two goal lead through Josh Bowden and Chris Jordan. However they managed one more from Matt Hammond in added time. Brimscombe & Thrupp put six past visitors Burnham. Finding the net were Ashley Caldwell with a pair, David Woodfield, Jack Smith, Ollie Pitt and Ed Major. Danny Watkiss got one back.

One East
Penn & Tylers Green remain top by beating Holyport at home, scoring six times in a nine goal game. On target for Penn were Fred Tripp and Dean Munday with two each, Chris Hurst with a penalty kick, and George Weller. The visitor’s goals came from Andy Forisky, Sam Whitfield and Jonny Feaver Woodley United in second kept up the pressure with goal from Josh Drew giving them a victory a home to Sandhurst Town. AFC Aldermaston moved up to fourth with three points at home to Wokingham & Emmbrook. Joe Cummuskey and Kai Parton-Edey got the goals Mike Benning notched a hat-trick in the first thirty five minutes for Chalfont Wasps as they moved up to fifth at home to Wantage Town. Mouhamdon Seck got one back before the interval before Ryan Sweales ensured a three goal victory. Bicester Town drop to sixth after being beaten at Rayners Lane. The home side found the net four times. Goals came from Steve Coultas and Tyrone Godwin plus a Jamal Mattan pair. The visitors hit back with an ‘Own Goal’ and a Ricardo Benjamin strike. Chinnor played all the second half with just ten men at Finchampstead. Ben Lewis struck the only goal of the game for the visitors during this period.

One West
A hard battle for 3 points took place at League leaders Hook Norton. Letcombe fought gallantly to the end and finished with just eight players. The home side took the points with goals from Stevie Howkins, Joe Eyre and Nathan Bott. However it was the visitors who led at the interval with strikes from Jordan Davies and Owen Shaw
Cirencester Town Development in third left it late take the points at home to Shrivenham. The visitors went ahead with a couple of first half goals from Jamie Prictor. These were overhauled by strikes from Danny Gudger, Sam Farr and Sam Walsh Abingdon United go fourth with three unanswered goals at home to Shortwood United. Graham Edney, Sam Wharton and Corey Forbes all found the net. Purton drop to sixth after being held at home to Cheltenham Saracens, Home side goals came from Matt Bennett and Nouman Farouq Bhatti, after strikes from Jamie Martin and Jack Holdham had put the visitors ahead in the interval. New College Swindon drop into the bottom two after losing at home by the odd goal in three to North Leigh. Tom Johnston opened the scoring for the home side before second half goals from Ben Curtis and Daryal Harris secured the points for the visitors. Three points for Tytherington Rocks saw them climb out of the bottom two and leave visitors Woodstock Town firmly rooted to the bottom. Their scorers were Liam Gale with a couple, Junior Mbika and John Thomas. There was a bit or a revival at the end by the visitors with a brace of goals from Patrick Beckford. Too little too late. Fairford Town remain second despite their home game with Milton United having to be re-scheduled as the visitors could not field a team.

Oxfordshire Senior Cup
Against the run of play Henley Town stole a goal to put a gallant Adderbury Park side out of the cup. Headington Amateurs were beaten at home to Oxford Senior League side Freeland who scored a late winner in added time.
Premier Division Ardley dumped out of the competition away to a talented Thame Rangers Step 7 side.

Chairman's Challenge Cup
It took extra time to separate Easington Sports and Kidlington. The latter moved into the next round by the odd goal in three.

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Premier Division
The position of each club in this division remained unchanged after the games today. The top eight clubs all secured three points.
Leaders Thame United were victorious at Ascot United. Beating them by four goals. David Lynn, Lynton Goss, Tom Ashworth and Dan West all hit the target. Second placed Bracknell Town hosted bottom three club Oxford City Nomads and were surprised when Matt Peake-Pijnen put the visitors ahead. They recovered to win with goals from Joe Grant and Carl Davies, after TJ Bohane had scored twice before the interval. Thatcham Town had a more difficult task at Highworth Town. Josh Helmore opened the scoring for them before an equaliser from Keiron Gleed. However second half strikes from Shane Cooper Clark and James Tennant saw the points travel back down the M4 to Berkshire. Lydney Town clawed their way back into the game with goals from James Morse and a Declan Morley-Lyne penalty after the visitors, Flackwell Heath, went ahead through Joe Blount and Dan Rapley. That was the signal for the visitors to move up a gear and were rewarded with goals from Matty Stockhill and Adam Dickens to win the match In form Ardley United scored a goal in each half to win at Tuffley Rovers. On target were Leam Howards with a penalty kick and James McCarthy. There were eight goals in the game at Longlevens AFC with visitors Binfield, getting five of them. A hat-trick from Liam Ferdinand and a couple more from Lewis Leonetti overcame home-side strikes from Ed Smyllie, Johnny Lee and Jonty Welch. Mid-table Royal Wootton Bassett put four past lowly Henley Town without reply. Steve Robertson with two, Dale Richards and Ryan Withers were the scorers.

One East
Top placed Penn & Tylers Green showed their class with five against in-form Sandhurst Town who managed just one goal though Harry Oakley. Scoring for the visitors were Chris Hurst with two, Josh Fox, Case Boccaro and Danny Jordan. In second place with games in hand, Woodley United kept up the pressure with a best of three win at home to Rayners Lane. All of the goals were before the interval. An own goal 41 plus a Josh Drew strike for the home side, and Julian Smith for the visitors. Bicester Town’s home verses Didcot Town was abandoned after 65 minutes due to floodlight failure, the score was 2-2 at the time. In a hardworking game where either side could have taken the points Headington Amateurs won by the odd goal in five at AFC Aldermaston. Liam Tackley and Michael Porter netted for the home side with Jay Hill, Luke Cuff and Carl Bloomfield winning the game for the visitors. Lowly Holyport met mid-table Finchampstead and took a first half lead through Paul Rake. That was before two strikes from Harry Swabey saw the visitors take the points.

One West
At the top Hook Norton hosted third placed Purton. Dan Reeves scored the first of the three home side first half goals, in the first minute. Anton Stephan and Shannon Pockoc got two back for the visitors. Fairford Town in second, went to town at Cheltenham Saracens scoring seventeen. Lee Smith got four. Levi Cox and Jason Milhench both got hat-tricks. Josh Morse and Sam Ockwell struck twice each. Also on the score-sheet were Nathan Blackford, Ben Saunders and Scott Chilcott. Fourth placed Easington Sports struck nine times at home to basement boys Woodstock Town, Michael Spaull notched a hat-trick, Andrew Stidder and Sam Grant got two each with the others coming from Tom Smith and Craig Robinson. The visitor’s consolation came from Patrick Beckford. Cirencester Town Development in fifth were at bottom two Tytherington Rocks and scored three without reply. Finding the net were Jack Price, Dan Gudgell and Harry Smith. Seventh hosted sixth as Shrivenham entertained Abingdon United. The visitors scored in each half. Sam Wharton in the first and Corey Forbes the second. The home side reply was from Jamie Prictor In mid-table Clanfield 85' met third bottom New College Swindon and fought out the only goal-less game of the day North Leigh beat Milton United at home with goals from Darryl Harris 42, Marley Joseph, and a pair from Alfie Saunders. Niall Hodgkins got the consolation for the visitors. Shortwood United verses Letcombe was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Division Two
Milton Keynes Academy moved to the top of the East Division with a fine win at Stokenchurch. In the West, Highworth went top with a win at near neighbours Fairford Town. Bourton Rovers moved up to third with a win at home to Hook Norton.

Oxfordshire Intermediate Cup
Hellenic clubs were involved in four matches in this competition. Easington Sports Reserves and Oxford City Nomads Development made it through to the next round. In addition Thame United were awarded a walk-over victory as their opposition had disbanded. The casualties were Henley Town Reserves and Clanfield ‘85 Reserves.

B&B Junior Cup
Six reserve teams of Hellenic clubs were involved in four ties. Penn & Tylers Green, Sandhurst Town, Abingdon United all made it through to the next round. Leaving the competition are were Aston Clinton, Wokingham & Emmbrook and Shrivenham.

Slough Town Premier Cup
Two clubs from Hellenic Division Two competed today against opposition from The East Berks League. Lynch Pin convincingly beat Old Windsor, and Chalvey Sports did the same to Frontline, to see both Hellenic teams into the next round.


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Buildbase FA Vase Third Round
The Hellenic sole remaining club this season Thatcham Town went Bristol Manor Farm of The Western League and were beaten on a day to forget. Kylon Lewis netted a consolation for The Hellenic League leaders after the hosts had scored four times.

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Premier Division
With the League leaders in FA Vase action the chasing pack had opportunities to catch up.
Thame United in second, cut the lead to just one point with a four goals without reply at home to Tuffley Rovers. On target were Lynton Goss with two spot conversions, Dan West and Ellis Hercules. The visitors dropped to eighth. At The Racecourse Ground of Ascot United, Dan Molloy scored the only goal of the game in added time to take Flackwell Heath within two points. Four goals from Adam Cornell and one from Joe Grant kept Bracknell Town in fourth place at near neighbours Burnham. Highworth Town put three past Longlevens AFC to maintain fifth spot. On target were Ashley Edenborough with a couple, including a penalty, after Ryan Stanners had opened the scoring. Ardley moved up to sixth after a win at Henley Town. The home side were ahead at the interval with goals from Josh Dillon and Reece Buckett. Matt Cruise had got one for the visitors. It was a different story after the break. Ardley scored eight more times. Cruise completed his hat-trick, Leam Howard hit four, Jacob Walcott and an Own Goal all scored in a goal riot. Binfield shared the points at Brimscombe & Thrupp to keep in seventh place. Sean Moore opened the scoring in the first few minutes and Joe Williamson equalised mid-way through the first half. Fourth bottom Brackley Town Saints lost at home to mid-table Royal Wootton Bassett. Finding the target for the visitors were Steve Robertson with two and Klaus Bonner-Shea. The only reply came from Kyle Wynne In the lower reaches Yash Romeo of Highmoor IBIS scored the only goal of the game at home to Oxford City Nomads

One East
Leaders Penn & Tylers Green were in County Cup action and second placed Woodley United were without a game after their cup match was rescheduled by the County FA. So again the chasing pack had opportunities. Bicester Town in third lost at home to Finchampstead by the odd goal in three. Ricardo Benjamin was on target for the home side and Harry Swabey got two for the visitors. Headington Amateur's in fourth lost at home to Sandhurst Town by the same score-line. Two goals from Billy Bryce put the visitors ahead before Luke Cuff got one back. Fifth placed AFC Aldermaston went to Rayners Lane and also lost by the same score. Michael Porter scored for the visitors. Two goals from Tyrone Godwin won the points for the home side. Chalfont Wasps in sixth shared the points with visitors Wokingham & Emmbrook. Tom Fifield opened the scoring for the home side, with Jake Wheeler equalising Chinnor put four past Holyport. Alex Woodfine, Ben Morgan, Tom Folley and Adrian Smith all found the net.

One West
At the top Hook Norton put seven past North Leigh. Stevie Howkins got five including two penalties, with Charlie Hill and James Peppiatt adding the others. The visitors did get two back through Alfie Saunders and Joe Aust and sadly finished the game with nine men. At The Red House goals from Nathan Gambling and Matt Bennett for second placed Purton saw off Tytherington Rocks. Milton United were beaten at home by Easington Sports who move up to fourth place. The visitors scorers were Craig Robinson, Michael Spaull and Andrew Stidder. At The Corinium Stadium Cirencester Town Development were ambushed by Clanfield 85'. Sam Walsh opened the scoring for the home team and then the visitors took over with four goals to secure the points. Lee Toomey struck twice with James McGowan and Mike Duerden getting the others. Abingdon United sank Cheltenham Saracens with a twelve goal victory. Sam Wharton with three, Graham Edney, Corey Forbes Siyanda Gila with two each, plus others from Daniel Johnson, Kyle Moss and Jack Powell.. A Lance Lewis hat-trick took the points for Shrivenham at Letcombe, whose single reply came from Jordan Davies. Shortwood United travelled to New College Swindon and beat the by the odd goal in five. Ben Lodge and Max Slinn scored for the home team. A couple from James Singh and another from Andrew Lewis took the points

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Chalvey Sports were soundly beaten at Marlow United. The home side scoring four times with just one reply from Bryan Taylor Penn & Tylers Green wend an early goal behind Winnersh Rangers at French School Meadows. However they recovered to move to the next round with goals from Fred Tripp and Chris Hurst with two each and the other from Casey Bocarro. Didcot Town Reserves beat Thames Valley League Westwood United with goals from Emmanuel Hammond, Tom Hoskin and a couple from Jack Kitchener.



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