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FOOTBALL: Kennington hot-shots turn on the style
10:00am Wednesday 2nd October 2013 in Sport
A hat-trick of hat-tricks gave Kennington Athletic Yellow an impressive 10-1 victory at Hors-path in the A League.
Keiran Clarke, Jimmy Joyce and Louis Kogel bagged a treble apiece, with Jacob Pattison rounding off the scoring.
Saltan Dulsa netted for the home side. A powerful 20-yard strike from George Beecham and a breakaway goal from Declan Hareretaues gave Cholsey Bluebirds a 2-1 victory at Benson United Pumas in the B League.
Aidan Kirk struck late in the game for the hosts, but they were unable to snatch an equaliser.
Grove Challengers made it two wins from two after an 18-0 C League victory at Crowmarsh Orange, including a double hat-trick for Jonathan Varley.
Kyle Crossley and Ben Hartel hit four each and there were also braces for William Humphries and Thomas Hannaby.
Kidlington Colts were 7-0 winners over Quarry Blast, Jago Edwards netting a hat-trick.
Owen O’Malley (2), Josh Pipkin and Owen Fallows, from the penalty spot, added the others.
Adam Soanes scored a long-range free-kick as Cumnor Minors Blues beat Wantage Town 8-1 in a game, which also included braces for Gabriel Rooma and Chris Hickman and goals for Declan Ross, Reece Hayes and Elijah Moses.
Edward Lagden scored a late penalty for the visitors, but it was little more than a consolation.
Callum Crook’s hat-trick gave Florence Park Blue a 3-2 victory over Oxford City in a fiercely contested A League encounter.
Jordan Abebiosu-Smith gave City the lead, but Crook’s clinical finishing told after the break.
Abebiosu-Smith netted his second late on.
Oxford Blackbirds’ B League opener at home to Quarry Rov-ers Barca ended in a 1-1 stalemate as Reuben Barresi’s effort for the hosts was cancelled out by Scott Aspley in the second half.
Alex Heighery’s hat-trick ear-ned Kidlington Youth White a 3-3 draw at home to Crowmarsh Ravens in the C League.
The visitors twice hit back to secure a point, with Alfie Briggs and Kelan Morris cancelling out Heighery’s first-half brace and Briggs was on the mark again late on after Heighery had completed his hat-trick.
George Davies’ late double gave Abingdon Youth a 5-3 win at home to Marston Saints.
Finn Steinback Hunt, Billy O’Brien and Matthew Black scored for Marston, with Scott Roberts (2) and Josh Franks on target before Davies’s late show.
Barton United beat Horspath 7-1 in the F League, with Silva Soares (3), Leighton Kimber (2), Kyia Gardener Soloman and Neo Engerer on target. Cian Griffin scored for Horspath.
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