CHINNOR A came from behind to stun Lusitanos Oxford and win the Oxford City FA’s Doug Hobbs Cup final at Kidlington.

Lusitanos took the lead when Matheus Medeiros finished well from a Pal Kovacs pass.

Richard Carr headed just wide for Chinnor, but they were saved by the offside flag at the other end as Marcelo Guilherme’s effort was disallowed.

On 70 minutes, Lewis Shoobridge’s 30-yard free kick levelled the tie and five minutes later Ben Knowles beat the goalkeeper to a through ball and chipped into an empty net.

Kovacs hit a post for Lusitanos late on, but Chinnor held on.

In the league, Summertown secured the title with a game to go after being handed a walkover by St Ebbes Headington, who were unable to field a team.

CALLUM Lloyd’s penalty proved enough as Heyford Athletic made history when winning their first Oxfordshire Senior League trophy.

The north Oxon side lifted the President’s Cup, thanks to a 1-0 win over Adderbury United.

GREAT Milton won the Aylesbury and District Junior Cup after beating Aylesbury Dynamos Reserves 5-0 at Wingrave.

The Oxfordshire side raced into 2-0 lead within the first 20 minutes, thanks to Ryan Hicks’ long-range effort and Josh Fox’s neat finish.

Charlie Gillett’s penalty extended Milton’s advantage, before an own goal made it 4-0.

Gillett finished off the scoring with a strike into the corner.

OXFORD Academy impressed in the Under 14 Open Schools’ Cup final at Derby County but lost 4-2 against Ashfield.

Captain Dejan Tetek and Tyler Webb were on target for the Sandy Lane-based side.

Oxford Academy’s Claudio Osorio was named man-of-the-match and awarded a PlayStation4 by Everton’s Tom Davies.