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FOOTBALL: Keyes slams a six-timer for super Rangers
5:31pm Wednesday 26th March 2014 in Sport
Lee Keyes grabbed a six-timer as Carterton Rangers kept up the pressure on Witney & District FA Division 2 leaders Combe with an 8-0 thrashing of Ducklington Res.
Adam Lee and Tom Clapham were their other marksmen.
Pace-setters FC Hollybush got back to form with a 2-1 win at Bampton Town, thanks to goals from Eddie Brookes and Ally Laing. Ian Bilton scored for the hosts.
Shane Probitts netted both Kirt-lington’s goals as they stayed in the hunt for promotion by ending Fin-stock’s unbeaten run with a 2-0 success.
Tom Senior, Sam King, Bernie Crumlish, James Bassoon and Marcello Guitherme were on target for Witney Wanderers as they won 5-2 at Milton. Jim Littlewood and Harry Lake replied.
Carterton Town B need four points from their last three games to lift the Division 3 title after a Dan Sollis hat-trick capped a 5-0 stroll at Spartan Rangers Res.
Adam Harris and Olly Bush were also on target.
Wootton stayed in touch with the promotion race following a 4-0 win at Charlbury Res, who were relegated as a result.
Charlie Bough (2), Mitch Larman and Graham Berry got the goals.
Bourton Rovers Res look likely to join Charlbury in the drop after going down 8-0 to Chipping Norton Res.
Sam Philpotts picked up a four goal haul, with Matt Smith grabbing a hat-trick.
Kieran Watts completed the rout, with Jake Oakey (2) replying.
Ducklington A moved themselves out of the drop zone after a 2-1 win over Middle Barton.
Charlie Yeomans scored for the hosts, with Paul Dunsby and Jamie Bauer getting the important goals for Ducklington.
Tower Hill earned promotion as Division 4 champions after a 6-1 thrashing of FC Hollybush Res, thanks to a treble from Jamie Goodwin.
Luke Bolley, Eddie Dunn and George French completed the rout, with Doug Mulvihill replying.
Aston Res look favourites to join them after a 2-0 win over Wootton, with a double from Paul Herbert.
Bampton United Res hit seven past basement boys Milton Res in a 7-1 mauling, Dan Oyston scoring a hat-trick.
Sammy Hancock (2) and Danny O’Shea and Tom Madden sealed the rout.
Simon Miles scored the consolation for Milton, who remain rooted to the foot of the table.
Tom Nickleson and Ben Powell each bagged a brace in Wychwood Forest’s 5-0 success against Spartan Rangers A.
Paul Townsend sealed their tally.
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