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YOUTH FOOTBALL: North Leigh rev up a perfect ten
10:00am Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Sport
GILES SPORTS WITNEY YOUTH LEAGUE
North Leigh Under 14s hit top gear on the back of a sponsorship deal with Tony Fernandes, team principal of Leafield-based Caterham Formula1 team.
They made it three wins from four games with a 10-1 home win over Kingham All Blacks in the A League last weekend.
Brendan Neale and Finlay Heritage hit hat-tricks, with Zac Farrow adding a brace, while Tom Dove and Conor O’Hickey completed their tally.
Felix Ralph replied for Kingham.
Launton Boys shared the goals round in a 5-0 home win over Carterton Town Colts in the Under 15 A League.
Dan Stevens, Zarius Edwards-Giraud, Charlie Pieton, Miguel Zilvetti, Simon Lee did the damage.
Charlie Ing hit a hat-trick as Bampton Town Youth triumphed 6-4 at home to Chipping Norton Town in the Under 13 A League.
Kyle Grimmett (2) and Billy Morrison got the others, with Chipping Norton scoring through Josh Wilson (2), Bradley Smith and Jack Newman.
Tommy Jackson was another hat-trick hero as Kingston Colts won 7-0 at home to Garden City.
Luke Jackson and Luke Barton delivered doubles.
A storming comeback from Carterton Town was not enough as they went down 3-2 at home to Brackley Town Saints in the B League.
Brackley went 3-0 up in the first 20 minutes through Andrew Stott, Lewie Evans and Ben Purnell.
Liam Felstead, with a diving header, and Liam Carter reduced the deficit, but they were unable to find an equaliser.
Harry Godden’s hat-trick helped Banbury United Puritans to a 7-2 win at Eynsham Youth in the Under 12 Blue League.
Ben Coleman (2), James Stafford and Joshua Haines completed Banbury’s tally, with Nathan Bishop bagging both Eysnham goals.
Carterton Town were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Bure Park Juniors in the Under 11 Blue League.
The hosts dominated early on and went ahead when Connor Hitchman fired in James Murray’s cross.
Bure Park levelled after the break.
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