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FOOTBALL: Harwood topples Tower
10:00am Wednesday 9th October 2013 in Sport
GILES SPORTS WITNEY YOUTH LEAGUE
GARDEN City snatched victory right at the death as they saw off Tower Hill 3-2 in a thrilling Green League match.
Oscar Darby put the hosts in front, but Garden City equalised through Jake Magovern.
Darby restored Tower’s lead, but late goals from Magovern and Zachary Harwood ensured the visitors maintained their 100 per cent start.
Charlie Pieton scored in the first 20 seconds to help Launton Boys to a 4-0 win at Eynsham Youth.
Second half goals from George Coombes and Simon Lee were backed up by another for Pieton, as Launton sealed their second A League victory of the season.
Three second-half goals gave Carterton Town Colts a 3-0 victory in a fiercely competitive A League match at home to Highfield Juniors Colts.
Harley Blackman headed in from a corner, before a Rhys Woodward brace made the points safe.
Bicester Town Stars and Bampton Town shared a thrilling 3-3 draw in the A League.
Aaron Jhutti gave Bicester a 1-0 lead, but the visitors stormed back after the break to lead through Jacob Money (2) before Tim Wraight equalised.
Kyle Grimmoff restored Bampton’s lead, but they were undone in the final minutes as they steered the ball into their own net to give Bicester a point.
Connor Hitchman’s hat-trick and a Joseph Langdon brace helped Carterton Town to a 7-0 away victory against Banbury United Spencer in the Blue League.
Jay Hayden and James Harvey were also on target for the visitors.
Ethan Hunt hit a hat-trick in North Leigh’s 8-0 Green League victory over Bicester Town Colts, with Owain Carwright scoring a brace and Kyle Chester, Spencer Lancaster and Oscar Gahagan also finding the net.
Jacob Simmonds also scored a hat-trick to give Carterton Town a 3-1 win at Launton Boys Blues.
Eynsham Youth were comprehensive 7-0 winners at home to Tower Hill Stripes in the White League, taking an early lead through Leo Norton.
They also struck through Harry Harraway (2), Jacob Moir, Billy Buchanan, Shay Burton and Josh Howell.
In the Blue League, Charlbury Town came from behind to beat Chadlington Sports 3-1.
Isaac Harrington put the away side in front, but Charlbury were level before the break thanks to Felix Robertson, who added a second after the interval before Jamie Youngson made the points safe late on with a fine strike.
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