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FOOTBALL: Greater Leys in seventh heaven to claim title glory
7:20am Wednesday 12th February 2014 in Sport
KEANE Males and Elliot Howells smashed doubles as Greater Leys Youth won the Under 13 C League title with a 7-2 victory over clubmates Greater Leys Kites.
Deshaun Kimani-Jack and Taylor Turton were on target for Kites, but their efforts proved in vain as Cody Deakin, Ryan Hanton and Harvey Moore also found the net for Leys to secure the league crown.
Charlie Burton scored the only goal as Garsington Youth beat Crowmarsh Comets 1-0 in the Under 14 Knockout Cup.
Horspath Youth netted two second-half goals to record a 3-1 win at Abingdon United in the Under 12 B League.
Adam Darch fired the visitors ahead, only for Gabriel Abrokwah to equalise before half-time.
However, strikes after the break from Sultan Dousa and Thomas Farrell sealed victory for Horspath.
Alfie Briggs hit a hat-trick as Crowmarsh Youth Ravens beat Quarry Rovers Barca 7-2 in the Under 11 C League.
Archie Coupar (2), Fraser Hicks and Kelan Morris added the others, with Samuel Chatterton and Oliver Pearce on target for Quarry.
Goals from Alex Keighery, Matty Slevin, Corban Ridgway and Jack Barron’s goal direct from a corner gave Kidlington Whites a 4-1 victory over Radley.
Edward Nadin scored for Radley late on with a well-taken free-kick into the top corner.
Harwell & Hendred needed two late goals to ensure the points in a 3-0 win at Abingdon Youth Green in their Under 10 A League clash.
Guy Woolley fired the visitors into a fourth-minute lead, but Abingdon then frustrated their rivals with a solid defensive display.
However, with time running out Latham Hawkins made it 2-0 and moments later Ethan Hill scored to secure victory.
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