YOUTH FOOTBALL: Bishop hammers super five-timer

Bampton Town Under 10s. Back row (from left): Wayne Carter, Pete Illingworth (manager), Matt Pilkington. Middle: Regan Pritchard, Michael Hoffler, Tahir Alam, Alex Tyrell, Jamie Hammond, Joe Warwick, Henry Deegan, Alex Jones, Lucas Goodgame. Fr

Bampton Town Under 10s. Back row (from left): Wayne Carter, Pete Illingworth (manager), Matt Pilkington. Middle: Regan Pritchard, Michael Hoffler, Tahir Alam, Alex Tyrell, Jamie Hammond, Joe Warwick, Henry Deegan, Alex Jones, Lucas Goodgame. Fr

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Nathan Bishop scored five of Eynsham's goals as they beat Bloxham 16-1 at home in the semi-finals of the Giles Sports Witney Youth Under 12 League Knockout Cup.

Dylan Butler netted a four-timer, while Jonny Harrington bagged a brace.

Marcus Reading, Antony Groth, Ollie Walsh, Thomas Early and Matthew Lloyd completed their tally with Lewis Middleton hitting back for the visitors.

Tower Hill Stars lost 3-0 at Launton Boys in the Under 15 A League.

They went behind to a Jake Ormrod strike, before two goals in two minutes from Charlie Pieton sealed it for Launton.

Zaak Farrow netted a double for North Leigh as they won 3-1 at Launton Boys in the Under 14 A League.

Bampton Town Youth secured the Under 10 Red League title with a game to go following a 4-0 win at Bourton Rovers Youth.

Initially, the hosts found Bourton a tough nut to crack until Declan O’Brien opened their account from Regan Pritchard’s cross.

O’Brien doubled his tally from close range for a 2-0 advantage.

Bampton started the second half with more intensity, with Tahir Alam scoring a fine third goal.

And it was all over when Tommy Illingworth scored their fourth with a super header into the bottom corner from a flag-kick.

Charlbury Town Youth beat Brackley Athletic 3-0 at home in the Blue League.

The hosts took the lead midway through the first half when a free-kick was touched home by Felix Robertson.

And it was 2-0 when a corner was headed on by Theo Greenfield for Luke Kelly to nod home past the keeper.

Early in the second half, Charlbury goalkeeper Joe Newton-Grain made a fine save.

But he could do nothing when Robertson completed a double when he burst through the defence from midfield and poked the ball home.

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