Leaders Greater Leys Kites slipped to a 6-2 defeat at Wheatley in the Under 14 C League thanks to an inspired hat-trick from Harry Cudd.
Cudd scored twice and Jack Harrison was also on target to give the hosts a 3-0 half-time lead.
Although Kites responded in the second half through Dylan Maskins and Bradley Mundara they were outgunned.
Cudd completed his treble and there were also goals for Joel Taylor and Connor Madden in the second half.
Elliot Howells scored four times as Summertown Comets beat Greater Leys Youth 5-0, Elijah Da Silva also getting his name on the scoresheet.
Adam Darch hit a hat-trick to give Horspath a thrilling 3-2 win at St Edmunds in the Under 12 B League.
Darch struck twice early on to put the visitors two goals ahead, but St Edmunds hit back and levelled with goals from Oumarou Bourdanne and Joachim Coucke.
However, with just minutes left on the clock Darch latched onto a long goal kick before slotting home to give Horspath the points.
Harry Wheeldon scored all eight goals in Barton United’s 8-0 C League victory at Crowmarsh Youth Orange.
Headington Sharks came from behind to beat Botley 4-2 in the Under 14 D League, thanks to a flurry of late goals.
Silas Pill netted a hat-trick for the visitors, giving Headington an early lead before Kyrae Cooper and Lenny Lewis struck to put Botley 2-1 up.
That lead lasted until seven minutes from time, Pill notching twice and Liam Costar netting to secure a dramatic comeback.
Alex Inocenti hit a four-timer in Kidlington Comets’ 7-1 victory over Blewbury Buccaneers, Ciaran Northwood (2) and Jack Evans also scoring, while George Brooks provided Blewbury’s lone consolation effort.
Alex Keighery scored a remarkable eight goals to help Kidlington Whites to an 11-0 Under 11 Development victory at Berinsfield.
There was also a brace for Matty Slevin, while Jack Barron and Dylan Bayliss also notched.
Alex Harrison was among the goals, scoring seven in Harwell & Hendred’s 9-0 away victory over Radley, with Scott O’Neill and James Westgate also on target.
Summertown Quarks started life in the Under 10 C League with a 3-2 victory at home to Hinksey Park Black, though they had to overcome a two-goal deficit in the second half.
Fin Lilwall and Kamman Ali had put Hinksey in front, but after pulling a goal back through Jimmy Halliday, Quarks struck twice in the final five minutes through Philip Marceta and Ethan West to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
Kidlington had Ebo Aneju to thank for their 4-3 home victory over Stanford in the B League.
Aneju scored all four goals for the hosts to thwart the efforts of the visitors, who netted through Ryan Stillion, William Isaacs and Jonny Hall.
Goals from Finley Ludlow and Sammy Wilson sent Botley through to the final of the Knockout Cup with a 2-1 victory over Bardwell. Charlie Howlett claimed Bardwell’s consolation.
They will be joined in the final by Chalgrove Cavaliers, who beat St Edmunds 4-1 with goals from George Cox (2), Finlay Wotherspoon and Dan Pulker, with Meg Regan on target for St Edmunds.