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Hellenic League Match Round Up

uhlsport football kit5 October

uhlsport Hellenic League Division Premier Division
Top of the table Westfields, starting the day four points clear of the chasing pack, took on visiting Brackley Town Saints at Allpay Park. The Hereford side maintained their unbeaten league run  remaining at the top of the table following a 2-1 win Scorers Home: Richard Greaves 40 Aidan Thomas 50  Away: Ryan Knight 80
At Kayte Lane second place Bishops Cleeve hosted second from bottom Burnham. Turning out to be a close game with Cleeve winning 2-1 through a goal scored three minute before the end of play. Cleeve remain in second spot. Scorers Home: Steve Davies16p Harrison Iddles 87  Away: Sam Coles 12
Also playing away in the west of the league were third place Binfield appearing against Tuffley Rovers at Glevum Park. Rovers scores twice in the opening seven minutes, before putting in their best display of the season to run out 4-1 winners against Binfield. Scorers Home:  Kieran Alder 3 Macaulay Herbert 7 Ross Langworthy 29 Dom Kent 76  Away:Sean Moore 24
Fairford Town take over the third spot following their convincing 4-1 win over Holmer Green at Cinder Lane. Scorers Home: Dan Bailey 29 Connor Thompson 33 46 Jamie Reid 87  Away: Pav Kotwica 4 
Longlevens AFC lost 0-2 to visting Reading City at Sawmills End, Reading's Ryan Sheehan said after the match, "A fantastic performance from The Citizens . The defence was also resolute today ensuring we kept a clean sheet." Scorers Away: Mo Davies 11  Mckoy Palmer 33 
Lydney Town v Virginia Water at Lydney Recreation Ground was a 0-0 draw.
Royal Wootton Bassett Town hoped that the contest against Windsor at the Gerrard Buxton Sports Ground would be the start of the season revival. It proved to be folorn hope with Windsor winning 2-4. Scorers Home:  Alfie Presley 29 Terence Bohane 90  Away: Excellence Mahumba 17 Andrew Ingram 59 Kingsley Etefia 68 Luke Brooks-Smith 71 
Shrivenham and Ardley United shared the points at the Recreation Ground. A game which started well for the visitors taking an early lead. Shrivenham battled well to equalise before half time then had to do the same in the second half to secure a draw. Scorers Home: Nick Stanley 27 Steve Robertson 86 Away: Tobias London 1 71

Division One East
For the third week in succession Milton United were involved in Friday night football this time away at AFC Aldermaston. The Miltonians coasted through the first half with a 0-3 tally, then added a fourth goal five minutes into the second half. Aldermaston would appear to have realised they were somewhat behind scoring twice in the next six minutes, then Milton popped another in. The home side scored twice more before the high scoring match ended 4-5 to Milton United. Scorers Home: Jahson Downes 73 Eden Downes 54 64 Tyrese Corbin-Chandler 56  Away: Jake Steele 8 Matty Hardwick 18 Taylor Janes 38 Tom Stanley 50 Harry Thomas 60.
On Saturday the top two sides in Division One East Risborough Rangers and Marlow United  began the day both with 19 points apiece. Boths teams were playing away at teams based in the Reading area.
Woodley United were narrowly beaten by league leaders Risborough Rangers at the Rivermoor Scorers Home: Max Laschok 15  Away: Sam Pekun 36 Bertie Squire-Adams 71 
Although early in the season Wokingham & Emmbrook put a spoke in Marlow United's title challenge at the Emmbrook Sports Ground winning 3-0 through three second half goals. Scorers Home:  Luke Scope 48, 60 Jake White 75 In the Wallingford Town v Didcot Town Development local derby played at the Wallingford's Hithercroft Ground, the home side overcame in-form Didcot winning 3-2. Scorers Home:  Stuart Walker 31 37 Sam McDermaid 65  Away:  Daryl Harris 29 Ty Hamilton 40 
Holyport took on their tenants Langley at Summerleaze Village, eleven goals were recorded seven of those for the "Landlords", Steve Deverall contributing a hat trick. Scorers Home: Fabien Driffel 1, 50 Steve Deverall 15, 44, 60 Alan Akerman 21,90  Away: Levi Thackerey 10, 70 Joe Payne 25 Ben White 65 Abingdon Town lost 1-4 to Long Crendon at Culham Road Scorers Home: Joe Vaughn Away: Harry Pettinfell 34,41 Nathan Brownsword 63 OG 57 
The Abingdon United v Kidlington Development fixture at Northcourt was a scrappy game edged by Abingdon winning 2-1 Scorers Home: Luke McCormack 14 Kyle Moss 49 Away: Luke Hayward 7
In the Thame Rangers v Penn & Tylers Green at The ASM Stadium, two Pratel Raja  goals for the visitors earned them the points. Scorers Home: Patrick Buston 67 Away: Pratel Raja 43 57

Division One West
At Petersfield Park Cheltenham Saracens looked to boost their season by denying any points for top of the division Malmesbury Victoria, and that is what they achieved with a 2-0 victory. Scorers Home: Josh Goodhall 18 Jordan Bryan 28 
Starting the day in second place Hereford club Wellington looked to take all three points from Shortwood United at the Wellington Playing Fields. It turned out to be a fairly close game but Shortwood nicked it 1-3 .Scorers Home: Matt Williams 26  Away:  Byrnes 22 Soule 35 75 
Bourton Rovers, who have only managed to gain one point from a possible eighteen, played Malvern Town at Rissington Road. Nothing improved today as Rovers lost 0-6. Scorers Away: Phil Harris 15 Ben Miller 30, 55 Martin F 60 James Perry 75 Sam Hunt 85 
Clanfield 85 and Hereford Lads Club drew 1-1 at Radcot Road Scorers Home: Jozef Fullerton 85  Away: Callum Wilding 55 
Stonehouse Town and Newent Town met at 'The Magpies' Stadium. Newent deservedly 1-0 up at half-time from Jordan Cooper, but a solo goal from Joe Martin equalised for the hosts just after half time. The sending off of Tyler Weir for Newent changed thing; Newent held out till injury time only for Liam Gale to lay on Nathan Beachus' winner. Scorers Home: Joe Martin 48 Nathan Beachus 90+5 Away: Jordan Cooper 43
Thornbury Town took on the New College at Mundy Playing Fields. College yet to earn a point this season and have a goal differential of over 50, but the youngsters are there each week with their admirable 'never say die' outlook. It proved to be all too easy for Thornbury, New College battled on but were out-classed. Scorers Home:  Harry Brock, 1, 28 Luke Franklin 9  Craig Lancastle 22, 79 Tom Webb 50, 51 Marcus Wormwell, 61  Away: Joe Hiscocks 
Tytherington Rocks acheived a much needed point from their 1-1 draw against Moreton Rangers at the Hardwicke Playing Field Scorers Home: Nathan Croot 6  Away: Callum Peters 35 

hellenic league Chairmans Challenge Cup

Easington Sports Dev' 3 Abingdon United Dev' 1. Sports progress to the next round of the Cup with a comfortable win Scorers Home: George Coombes 12, 60 Ben Coleman 47  Away: Sam Drake 55 - Thanks to Edwin Barson for the image below

Shortwood United Dev' 0 Heyford Athletic 2


uhlsport Hellenic League Division Two North
Chinnor 0 Woodstock Town 5
Headington Amateurs 5 Banbury United Dev' 2
Long Crendon Res' 0 Southam United 7
Milton United Dev' 1 Buckingham Athletic Dev' 4
Moreton Rangers Res' 1 Old Bradwell United Dev' 0

Division Two South
Chalfont Wasps 5 AFC Aldermaston Res 0
Chalvey Sports Res' 2 Aston Clinton 4
Penn & Tylers Green Dev' 1 Wokingham & Emmbrook Res 0
Stokenchurch 4 Wallingford Town Res 2
Taplow United 2 Virginia Water Dev 0

Division Two West
Faringdon Town 1 Clanfield 85 Dev' 1
Highworth Town Res' 9 Chippenham TownDev' 2
Letcombe 1 Wantage Town Dev' 6
Swindon Robins 1 Newent Town Res 2

Berks & Bucks FA Intermediate Cup
Holmer Green Dev v Hazlemere Sports Scorers Home: xxxxx Away: xxxxxx (No information provided by home team)
Kintbury Rangers Reserves  3 Lambourn Sports 3  (Kintbury win 5-3 on penalties)

Hampshire FA Intermediate Cup

Yateley United 0 Hedge End Town 1

Maidenhead Norfolkian Cup

Iver Heath v Chalvey Sports Res' (No information provided by Hellenic team)