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FOOTBALL: Coupland's on song
11:00am Wednesday 2nd October 2013 in Sport
Anthwon Coupland struck five times as St Edmunds beat Kennington Athletic 10-5 in the C League.
Callum Young hit a four-timer, with Matthew Lawrence also finding the net.
The visitors put in a determined effort, however, with Jack Collis and Tom Wixey netting twice and Charlie Reed also scoring.
Chalgrove Cavaliers’ unbeaten start came to an end as they lost 4-0 at home to Barton United in the D League.
Bradley Pittick, Josh Baker, Mohammed Hassan and Qazim Choudry were all on target as the visitors won for the first time.
Abingdon Youth got off the mark with a 4-1 win over Oxford City in the B League.
The hosts were 3-0 up at half-time after goals from Isaac Matthewman, Tom Taylor and Zack Welter and Matthewman struck again in the second half.
Sam Payne hit back for City. Harwell & Hendred backed up last week’s impressive win with a 3-0 home victory over Crowmarsh to go third in the A League.
Caelan Isaac scored either side of half-time for the home side before Tyler Parsons made the result safe with a late headed goal.
Wallingford Town maintained their perfect start in the B League after a 4-2 home victory over Wantage Town Juniors.
Diddy Sinclair gave the hosts the lead with a 30-yard free-kick, before Kieran Herbert struck his second consecutive hat-trick to seal the points. Luke Edwards and Tom Norton netted for Wantage.
Crowmarsh Tigers picked up their first points after a 7-2 C League home win over Greater Leys Kites.
Kye Johnson netted four times in the first half, with Harry Perry netting either side of half-time and Ryan Carrington rounding off the scoring.
Kye Wineston and Ryan Exler replied for Greater Leys. Crowmarsh Youth led after just two minutes against Milton United Blue after Sam Gould put them on their way to a 4-1 victory.
Elliott Wilson (2) and Zac Jones made it safe, before Jack Wilson bagged a deserved injury-time goal for the visitors.
Ardley United went top of the B League after a 4-0 win over Milton United Claret.
Hamish Hall bagged a hat-trick after Seb Fox opened the scoring.
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