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Premier Division
Thame United remain League Leaders despite not kicking a ball. The race is on for the title. If Thame win both their games, then they will be champions. One slip and Bracknell Town could pip then at the post. With two games to go Burnham are finally off the foot of the table.


A young and inexperienced Ascot United team were out played and out muscled, 1-5, by a strong Highworth Town side that looked full of confidence from their mid-week victory over Southern League Salisbury. The score could have been more but for a fine display by the home keeper who even saved a spot kick on the stroke of half time. Goals, Ascot Luke Wilson 41, Highworth OG 19 Ash Edenborough 26 Aaron Ferris 39 Nathan Gambiling 70 Aysa Corrick 74. The largest crowd of the day saw second place Bracknell Town at home to mid-table Longlevens AFC. The result was three points for Bracknell who should have won more comfortably but were denied by an excellent performance by the visiting keeper. Goals, Bracknell Adam Cornell 33 35 71 OG 90+2, Longlevens Dave Merrick 41. Three goals in the first half saw Brimscombe & Thrupp send Henley Town to the foot of the table. Goals Ollie Pitt 14 Ed Mayor 21 33. A massive win home for Burnham against Royal Wootton Bassett moving them off the foot of the table. Goals, Burnham Adrian Sear 32 38, Bassett Dan Bailey 49 .With two minutes to go Tuffley Rovers must have thought the points were theirs. However two goals in the dying minutes kept all three points at home with Flackwell Heath in their final game of the League season. Goals, Flackwell Sheridan Campbell 25 Dan Brapley 88 Joe Blount 90 , Rovers Sam Hill 11 Ben Tunnicliff 43. Two first half goals saw the points shared at Thatcham Town who hosted Lydney Town. Goals, Thatcham Alec Smith 18, Lydney Jordan Joss 28.

One East
Chinnor and Sandhurst Town, could not be separated and so shared the points. Goals, Chinnor Stuart Braun 56, Sandhurst Luke Burross 80. Holyport were over-run by visitors Headington Amateurs 2-7. Ben Green struck four times for the visitors 5 8 62 73, along with Shaun Jones 2 Bloomfeild 52 Luke Cuff 70 , for Holyport Ben Barnett 56 Andy Forisky 58. A late Josh Drew 85 strike gave second placed Woodley United all three points at home over AFC Aldermaston in fourth spot

One West

Abingdon United ground out a fine 3-0 result over Clanfield 85’, Goals, John Dennis 41 Tom Butler 80 Graham Bryan 85. Easington Sports in fourth made hard work of defeating travelling tenth placed Letcombe. Goals, Sports Andrew Stidder 14 Aaron Dosanjh 53 , Letcombe Jordan Daves 56. North Leigh in seventh surprised second placed Hook Norton in beating then by the odd goal in five. Goals, North Leigh Marley Joseph 11 37 Daryl Harris 42 , Hooky Steve Howkins 36 44. Neither side could find the net in this bottom half of the table clash between Shortwood United Reserves and Milton United. In a very tight game mid-table Shrivenham just did enough to take the points at second bottom Tytherington Rocks. Goal Jamie Prictor 65. Purton did their goal difference no harm with this convincing 2-7 victory at struggling Woodstock Town. Goals, Woodstock Bobby Gousling 47 62, Purton Ed Herbert 32 66 73 Shannon Pocock 52 Joe Herbert 55 Aaron Stevens 58 Ollie Hunt 8.

bluefin sport insuranceBluefin Sport Supplementary Cup

The League Leaders of Division One East and Division One West both progressed to the next round. A comprehensive 5-0 victory for Fairford playing at a rather subdued Finchampstead. Three goals in the first half and another two in the second, Nathan Blackford 15p 32 Sam Ockwell 30 Josh Morse 65 Levi Cox 70 . In front of the second largest crowd of the day this was a good win for Penn & Tylers Green against New College in the sunshine and despite the wind. Goals, Penn Casey Bocarro 1 24 Adam Harman 5 Jordan Gumbs 8 Josh Fox 87, College Ben Lodge 51 .

Chairman's Challenge Cup

In the Division Two East clash Lynch Pin got the better of Chalfont Wasps Reserves 0-1. Chalvey Sports, unbeaten and leading Division Two East were defeated at home 2-3 by Kidlington from the top of Division Two West.

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Premier Division

Visiting Ardley United justified their top five position, winning 3-1,a three goal lead before Ascot United could find the mark. Ardley goals Chris Jackson 12, Nathaniel Lewis 46 Matt Cruse 60, Ascot Josh Dillon 63. Three valuable points for Brackley Town Saints with a 2-1 home win over Brimscombe move them out of the bottom four, scorers Saints Chris Jordan 38, James Watts 85, Lilywhites Sam Mackie 30. Another fine performance from Bracknell Town that keeps them neck and neck with Thame United at the top of the league, hitting six without reply from Royal Wooton Bassett, scorers Adam Cornell 4 43, Dave Hancock 14 Terence Bohane 55, Jamie McClurg 61 Seb Bowerman 90. Burnham gave the league leaders a fright by taking an early two goal lead. However Thame United got one back before the interval and then won the game after the break, home scorers Jesse Wilson 2, Josh Jackman 11, visitors Dan West 35, Matt Johnston 64, Lynton Goss 76. Highmoor Ibis took a three goal lead before Lydney Town could reply. Highmoor move up the table one position. On target for Highmoor Anthony White 32 56, Jo Grant 81, Lydney Peter Mattley 83. Highworth Town totally dominated the game against Henley Town, whose defence did well to keep the score down. Special mention to keeper Gary Aulsberry who made some excellent saves. Scorers Nathan Gambling 9, Keiron Gleed 59 78, Henley Aysa Corrick 88 p. Flackwell Heath showed their strength and dominated this game against Oxford City Nomads with a 3-0 away victory at Court Farm Place, goals Jamie Essex 53, Dan Bayliss 65 Joel Jacobs 71. Thatcham Town secured the points at home to Binfield scoring three goals without reply, Shane Cooper-Clark 38 Sam Collier 44 Josh Helmore 77.

One East

Bicester Town put six past Chinnor who started just three places below them, goals Murray Nicholls 7, Ricardo Benjamin 19 55 60, Danny Bone 30 67, Elliot Powell 42. Woodley Town did their promotion chances no harm with a fine victory at Holyport, Paul Rake 85 scored for Port, Charlie Oakley 5 89, Liam Wilson 45 for Woodley. Top of the table Penn & Tylers Green leaders had a comfortable win against hardworking opposition Didcot Town Reserves, George Weller 11, Lee Thompson 26, Fred Tripp 32 88, Josh Fox 72, with a last minute strike for Didcot’s Emmanuel Hammond. Sandhurst Town took the lead but let it slip as AFC Aldermaston took the points with a 1-3 win, Josh Mynard 17 for the home side, Kai Radon Edey 33 85, Joe Cummuskey 55 for the visitors.

One West

Abingdon United in sixth, dominated the game at fourth placed Easington Sports scoring four without reply, Graham Edney 27 71p 90p, Cian McCormack 84. Division leaders Fairford Town completely demolished struggling Woodstock Town 11-0, Ryan Stanners hit four 20 32 66 80, along with Jason Milhench triple 26 54 64 and Matt Boucher 30, Nathan Blackford 70, Dan Drewett 76, Sam Mepham 84. Hook Norton moved into second spot with a 3-1 home win, replacing their opposition Cirencester Town Development, Nathan Bott 15, Reece Bayliss 48 61 on target for Hooky. Letcombe took full advantage of a poor display from host’s New College Swindon, Letcombe’s Luke Faircloth 24, Owen Shaw 88 scored the goals. Three goals before the interval and another afterwards saw Purton take the points at home to North Leigh Reserves, Joe Hiscock 25 Pat McGunagill 40, Jamie Shepherd 44, Tom McCulloch 53, hit the mark, North Leigh could not respond. A comfortable victory for Shrivenham against a weakened Milton United side, who were unable to score, Shrivvy scorers Lance Lewis 38p, 48 Jamie Prictor 66 Kias Bonner-Shea 68. Three valuable points for Tytherington Rocks in only their second win of the season, the 3-1 home victory against mid-table Clanfield 85’ takes them off the foot of the table. Rocks scorers Callum Francis 44, Junior Mbika 50 60, Clanfield Sam Cross 65.

Cup Competitions
In the Bluefin Sport Supplementary Cup Milton Keynes Academy from Division 2 East deservedly beat a poor Rayners Lane side with an extra time winner and Chalfont Wasps won a close fought match at Wokingham & Emmbrook again with an extra time winner.

The Chairman’s Challenge Cup saw another game won in extra time. Penn& Tylers Green won at Flackwell Heath in a seven goal thriller.
In the Oxfordshire Intermediate Cup Oxford City Development lost at Berinsfield, and Oxford City Nomads Development overturned Kidlington in a game that went to penalties.

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Premier Division
Ardley United were made to work hard but eventually overcame basement boys Burnham 3-1. Bracknell Town keep top spot with an excellent 7-2 win over Brimscombe & Thrupp in front of another three figure crowd. Henley Town’s Karol Denerenko struck a hat-trick including goals in the first and last minute, in between Longlevens AFC simply ran away with the game, scoring eight. Goal in the last minute of both halves saw the points shared at Lydney against Highmoor Ibis. Just one first half goal separated Thame and Royal Wootton Bassett, allowing Thame United to retain runner-up position, five points behind Bracknell, with just five games remaining. All three goals came in the opening 30 minutes of the first half in the Thatcham Town v Flackwell Heath fixture, with Thatcham’s winner coming direct from a corner. Tuffley Rovers profligate in the first half then implode in 7 second half minutes to lose to lowly Oxford City Nomads 2-3.

One East
AFC Aldermaston retain fifth place with a fine 3-1 win against mid-table Rayners Lane. Two goals in the first half saw Holyport gain a much needed point in a share with Sandhurst Town. A good 4-2 win for leaders Penn & Tylers Green, against a strong opposition from Headington Amateurs, who rued their missed chances. Once visitors Chinnor went ahead at basement boys Wantage Town, they scored six more without reply at regular intervals. Ten man of Wokingham & Emmbrook held on for a point in a 0-0 game at Woodley United.

One West
Second placed Cirencester Town Development surprisingly dropped three points with a 1-2 loss at home to lowly Shortwood United Reserves. Easington Sports retained fourth spot with a hard working 2-1 win over mid-table Milton United. Despite going ahead early in the game Division leaders Fairford Town could not quite overcome mid-table Shrivenham Town, and had to settle for a share of the points in a one all game. Third placed Hook Norton struggled at Letcombe in twelfth place. The points were shared and all four goals came in the first half. Not for the first time of late poor defending from set pieces cost New College Swindon. Cheltenham Saracens were three ahead by the interval making recovery very difficult, score 1-3. Purton justified their higher place in the table than visitors Clanfield ’85 with a fine 3-1 win. Starting the day at the foot of the table, Woodstock Town produced a surprise results by beating Abingdon Town 1-0, to move above Tytherington Rocks.

Division Two
There were plenty of goals in both the East and West Divisions.
In the West, Moreton Rangers put twelve past Clanfield ’85 Reserves. Bourton Rovers took their chances playing high tempo football and scored nine against visitors Faringdon Town.
In the East, and not to miss out, Milton Keynes Academy struck nine times at home to Henley Town Reserves.

Cup Competitions
This Saturday was not our best day in Cup Competitions. All three Hellenic teams did not progress, Abingdon United Reserves leaked two goals from corners to lose to Olney Town in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup.
In the Slough Town Challenge Cup semi-finals Lynch Pin lost to a very strong Thame Rangers, and Chalvey Sports were beaten by Langley.

4 March

bluefin sport insuranceBluefin Sport Hellenic Challenge Cup
This was an excellent cup tie which was contested right to last minute, and was always in balance. Goal scorers Headington (Sean Hurcombe 44, Luke Cuff 53) Brackley Town Saints (James Watts 52).

Bluefin Sport Hellenic Supplementary Cup
One of the surprise results of the day. Top of Division Two West Moreton Rangers, beaten 4-1 by lowly Aston Clinton.

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The largest crowd of the day was at top of the table Bracknell Town for the visit of Ardley United. Bracknell recovered from conceding an early goal (Jack Ross 6) to claim all three points with two second half goals (Gavin Smith 52, Terence Bohane 63). Overall the crowd were treated to an excellent afternoon of football. Brimscombe & Thrupp had a fine win against Highmoor Ibis at the Meadow scoring two goals in each half (Dave Woodfield 9, Jack Holmes 23, John Evans 81, Josh Jones 85) without reply. Flackwell Heath scored regularly throughout the game (Ben Sturgess 2 19p 80, Dan Rapley 30 48) to put five past visitors Royal Wootton Bassett who struck a consolation in the dying minutes (Steve Robertson 86). A goal early in each half (Lyton Goss 5, Dan West 55) was enough for Thame United to send Longlevens AFC home pointless.

One East
After an even first twenty when Holyport in the bottom two held their own at Finchampstead, two goals in two minutes for the home side changed all that. Finch were on top and ran out comfortable winners, scoring six without reply, (Kylo Atkinson 25 50 89p, Harry Swabey 26 57 71p). League leaders Penn & Tylers Green scored six without conceding at bottom club Wantage Town (Chris Hurst 15, J Suarez 20 25, LeeThomson 30, Dean Murphy 35, Brodie McGinnis 40 og)

One West
Abingdon United moved up to fifth place with two second half goals (Ross Tabor 46, Tom Butler 75) securing the points at home to fourth placed Easington Sports. Shrivenham scored in the 90th minute to earn a share of the points at Cheltenham Saracens, scorers Cheltenham (Carl Griffiths 65) Shrivenham (Lee Brown 90). This was the second win from two outings for the new manager of Milton United as they scored a goal in each half against struggling Tytherington (Adam Bruce 6, John Saulter 65. Two errors cost New College Swindon any chance of points at home to top of league Fairford Town who took full advantage to retain their position,(Jason Milhench 39 87. North Leigh were ahead at home to Letcombe by the odd goal in three at the interval, one more was added after the break to secure the points (Tristan Smith 3, Alfie Saunders 20, Ben Hummel 64 og).

All other scheduled fixtures postponed

 

 
 
 
 
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