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FOOTBALL: Revill ends long wait for his first hat-trick
Updated 5:35pm Wednesday 26th March 2014 in Local Football
Eynsham defender Jay Revill celebrated his birthday early after hitting his first hat-trick in their 11-1 win against Hook Norton in the Giles Sports Under 12 Witney Youth Blue League.
Revill, who will be 12 on Friday, has been with the west Oxfordshire club since he played for their under seven team.
Dylan Butler was also in the goals with a four-timer.
Eynsham went ahead on five minutes when Dylan Butler steered in a cross.
Nathan Bishop made it 2-0, before Revill headed the first of his treble from a corner.
Marcus Reading hit Eynsham’s fourth goal. Butler and Bishop both doubled their tallies for a 6-0 lead.
After the break, Butler scored twice to complete a four-timer and Bishop wrap-ped up his treble.
Revill made it 10-0 before he completed his first hat-trick from the penalty spot.
Hook Norton clawed a goal back late on through Ben Nottingham.
Chadlington bowed out of the Under 15 Knockout Cup following a 2-0 semi-final defeat by Launton Boys.
George Coombes and Miguel Zilvetti scored for the hosts.
Ducklington lost 3-0 at home to Highfield Juniors in the Under 11 Green League.
Sam Brittain (2) and Tom Tyack were the Highfield scorers.
A goal from Joseph Langdon was in vain as Carterton Town lost 3-1 at Brackley Town in the Blue League.
Harry Harraway scored a hat-trick as Eynsham Youth won 7-0 at Chipping Norton Town in the Under 10 White League.
Eynsham skipper Leo Norton bagged a brace, with Billy Buchanan and Douglas All-ison completing their tally.
Jamie Straddon bagged a brace as Carterton Town won 3-2 at North Leigh in the Green League.
Jacob Simmonds was their other scorer, with Kyle Chester and Owain Cartwright on target for the hosts.
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