GIRLS FOOTBALL: Point taken as Isaac swoops

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Leaders Chinnor were the real winners as title rivals Kennington and Oxford Bluebirds drew 2-2 in the Under 16s/17s league.

Bluebirds scored first through Kiera Isaac, but Jessica Wild equalised at the start of the second half.

Corinna Bage put Kennington ahead with a great header, but Isaac levelled.

Benson Utd overtook Bloxham in the Under 14s league table with an excellent 4-1 triumph.

Emily Parker gave the lively Bloxham the lead, but the visitors fought back brilliantly to win with strikes from Amy Loveridge, Mollie Gallagher, Hollie Smith and Alana Jones. Carterton pulled off a shock 1-0 success against leaders Kidlington.

After a goalless first half Shannon Darroch fired home the only goal of the game.

Oxford City leapfrogged the Under 11 leaders Quarry Rovers with their best performance of the season.

They raced into a 4-0 lead with goals from Molly Jones, Ella Littlewood, Jasmin Nassar and Millie Collier. Amy Gillett replied. Summertown Stars saw off the threat of Rotherfield Utd 2-0.

Alissa Sattentau broke the deadlock with Ainara Sauca Wences adding a well deserved second.

Stonesfield Strikers had Rachel Appleton to thank for their 3-0 victory over Wantage Girls in an entertaining affair.

Appleton stole the show and sealed the three points with a hat-trick.

Kidlington Harriers came out wanting to improve on a previous performance against Oxford City, but still went down 4-2.

Emily Green was the real thorn in the Harriers’ side hammering home a superb hat-trick.

Holly Hunter grabbed City’s other goal, but Harriers will take comfort from two strikes that made the scoreline respectable.

Hannah Forse got their first with Georgia Johnson netting from the spot.

Kidlington Harriers came out wanting to improve on a previous performance against Oxford City, but still went down 4-2.

Emily Green was the real thorn in the Harriers’ side hammering home a superb hat-trick.

Holly Hunter grabbed City’s other goal, but Harriers will take comfort from two strikes that made the scoreline res-pectable.

Hannah Forse got their first with Georgia Johnson netting from the spot.

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