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FOOTBALL: Hunt hammers treble to boost North Leigh
6:09pm Wednesday 9th October 2013 in Local Football
Ethan Hunt hammered a hat-trick as North Leigh beat Bicester Town Colts 8-0 at home in the Giles Sports Witney Youth Under 10 Green League.
Owain Cartwright bagged a brace, with Kyle Chester, Spencer Lancaster and Oscar Gahagan also on target for the home side.
Jacob Simmonds also sco-red a treble as he earned Carterton Town a 3-1 win at Launton Boys Blues to secure their second success of the season.
Eynsham Youth crushed Tower Hill Stripes 7-0 in the White League, taking the lead after just three minutes through Leo Norton.
The hosts then added further goals from Harry Harra-way (2), Jacob Moir, Billy Buchanan, Shay Burton and Josh Howell.
In the Blue League, Charl-bury Town came from behind to defeated Chadlington Spo-rts 3-1 at home. Isaac Harrington put the away side ahead, but Charl-bury levelled through a Felix Robertson strike.
The same player added a second after the interval.
Jamie Youngson made the points safe late on with a fine effort. Tower Hill suffered agony as they went down to a last-gasp defeat at home to Garden City in the Under 12 Green League.
Oscar Darby put the hosts in front, but Garden City equalised through Jake Mag-overn.
Darby restored Tower Hill’s lead, but late goals from Magovern, his second of the game, and Zachary Harwood’s last-minute strike completed the turnaround for the visitors who maintained their 100 per cent record.
A Connor Hitchman hat-trick and a Joseph Langdon brace helped Carterton Town to a 7-0 away victory against Banbury United Spencer in their Under 11 Blue League encounter.
Jay Hayden and James Harvey were also on target for the visitors. Bampton Town were forced to share the spoils with Bicester Town Stars in a thrilling 3-3 home draw in the Under 13 A League.
Aaron Jhutti gave Bicester a 1-0 lead at half-time, but the visitors came storming back after the break.
They equalised and then took the lead through a Jacob Money double, only for Tim Wraight to equalise for the hosts. Kyle Grimmoff’s breakaway effort restored Bampton’s lead.
But they were undone in the final minutes as they conceded an own goal to hand Bicester a point.
Three second-half goals gave Carterton Town Colts the edge in a fiercely competitive Under 14 A League match at home to Highfield Juniors Colts.
Harley Blackman headed in from a corner to open the scoring, before a Rhys Woodward brace made the points safe.
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