FOOTBALL: Stone's blitz steals the show

Abingdon’s Hayden Stone banged in five second half goals during his side’s comfortable 8-0 defeat of Benson in the Under 12 league

Abingdon’s Hayden Stone banged in five second half goals during his side’s comfortable 8-0 defeat of Benson in the Under 12 league

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A FIVE-TIMER from Hayden Stone and a hat-trick from Louis Juffkins gave B League leaders Abingdon United a crushing 8-0 home success over Benson United Pumas in the Under 12 league.

It was an excellent effort from Stone with all his strikes coming in the second half.

Kennington Athletic Yellow and Quarry Rovers TNT shared eight goals in a 4-4 draw in the A League.

Louis Kogel notched a brace alongside goals from Jacob Pattison and Marc Addison.

But their efforts were matched by the visitors as George Kincaid hit a hat-trick and Jacob Stewart also netted.

Abingdon Youth Yellows began life in the Under 11 B League with a 6-3 win at Hinksey Park Red, thanks to a hat-trick from George Davies.

Scott Roberts, Louis Davies and Mika Sherman were also on target for the visitors, but they were made to work hard for their victory as Vincenzo Crucioli, Perry Dodson and Qaasim Afzal netted for the home side.

Corban Ridgway scored twice as Kidlington White eased to a 4-2 C League victory at home to Crowmarsh Ravens.

Ridgway struck either side of half-time to give the hosts a 2-0 lead, with Jack Barron and Alex Keighery also scoring. Fraser Hicks and Max Blansjaar replied for Crowmarsh.

C League leaders Milton United extended the gap at the head of the Under 14 division to seven points with a narrow 2-1 victory at Crowmarsh Comets.

First-half strikes from Jordan Pacey and Nathaniel Orpin put the visitors two goals ahead.
Izaak Cave pulled one back after the break, but Comets were denied an equaliser by some impressive goalkeeping.

An Alex Innocenti hat-trick helped Kidlington Comets to a 4-3 victory over Chalgrove Cavaliers in the D League.

Jack Sale was also on target for the hosts, rendering efforts from Benedict Dimsent and Luke Davis (2) little more than a consolation for Cavaliers.

Summertown Quarks edged through to the final  of the Under 10 Knockout Shield with a narrow 1-0 victory at C League champions Chalgrove Cavaliers.

Quarks took the lead in the first half through Philip Marceta, and despite heavy pressure from the hosts after the break they were unable to find a way past a stubborn Summertown defence.

In the A League, Bure Park came from behind to claim a 2-1 victory at home to Didcot Town Red. 

The visitors took an early lead thanks to Oliver Tyler, but a volley from Connor Duggan and a smart finish from Harvey O’Rourke gave Park the points.

Cholsey Bluebirds closed the gap on Under 15 C League leaders Didcot Casuals with a 10-1 away  win over Quarry Rovers.

Kai Thomas struck four times and Sam Roslawos hit a brace, while there were also goals for Harry Voice, Ed Woodward, Kieran Heapy and Darragh Binch. William Coles scored Rovers’ consolation.

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