OXFORD OBU scored 17 goals across two games as they took maximum points to go second in the table.

Will Heywood’s six-timer helped the side hammer basement boys Wallingford 13-1 in MBBO Regional Division 1 on Saturday.

Sean Cox netted four goals across the weekend, including a double as Oxford followed that up with a 4-2 win over Oxford University 2nd.

Against Wallingford, they were 4-0 up after 20 minutes.

Oxford’s dominance continued after the break as they added a further nine goals, with Sean Cox (2), Tom Boon (2), Jamie Bloomfield, Matthew McKeown and Henry Vallis joining the prolific Heywood on the scoresheet.

Tom Ferris netted Wallingford’s consolation goal late on.

Cox also scored twice in Sunday’s victory over Oxford University 2nd.

But they were made to work hard for the win as the visitors led 2-0 at the break, thanks to goals from Dilip Goyal and Samuel Greenbank.

However, Cox’s double, as well as goals from Zum Akhter and McKeown, helped Oxford secure victory.

Oxford University had also been in action on Saturday, but Bradley Young’s strike proved in vain in a 2-1 defeat at OMT.

James Lawton-Smith scored twice as fourth-placed Oxford Hawks 2nd beat Marlow 2-1 at home.

Witney fell to a 4-0 defeat at leaders Maidenhead.

The visitors created several chances, but the hosts’ cutting edge proved the difference.

Meanwhile, Ellie Norton and Sunny Wallis were on target, but Witney’s ladies fell to a 5-2 defeat at Brighton & Hove in South Clubs’ League Division 1.

In Division 2, Oxford lost 4-0 at home to Hampstead & Westminster 2nd.

Wallingford also suffered defeat, losing 4-1 at home to Slough 2nd in Trysports Three Counties League Premier 1.

A Connie Potts strike at a short corner levelled the game at half-time, but the visitors proved a cut above after the break.



Sonning 2nd 1, Oxford Hawks 3rd 6 (M Northfield 2, P Barnett, S Nutt, R Scragg, H Venables); Wallingford 2nd 4 (B White 3, C Farrell), Oxford Hawks 4th 2 (B Morrison, S Dawson); Oxford Hawks 5th 1 (S Volans), Henley 3rd 3; Henley 4th 1, Oxford Hawks 7th 1; Haselmere Bluebirds 1, Oxford Hawks Falcons 7 (C Burrell 4, S Griffiths, R Warner, R Bowden); Oxford Hawks U16 3, Amersham & Chalfont U16 4; Oxford Hawks U14 1, Stourport U14 0; Oxford U10 1, Oxford Hawks U10 0; Thame U10 0, Oxford Hawks U10 4; Oxford 3rd 2 (J Campbell 2), Marlow 3rd 1; Staines 3rd 0, Oxford 4th 1 (J Ogle); Sonning 4th 1, Oxford 5th 4 (J Linford 2, J Vogal, C Terry); Oxford 6th 1 (T Christophers), Marlow 5th 3; Gerrards Cross 2nd 8, Oxford 7th 2 (E Dyer 2); Oxford 8th 2 (J Federson, S Dogar), Sonning 5th 1; Marlow 6th 6, Oxford 9th 0; Wallingford 3rd 0, Amersham & Chalfont 3rd 2; Newbury & Thatcham 6th 0, Wallingford 4th 3 (F Beland, K Shaw, J Quilter); Wallingford 5th 2 (N Thompson, C Merryweather), Eastcote Eagles 3; Witney 2nd 1 (C Summers), Ealing Lions 2; Witney 3rd 3 (P Easterbrook, R Morgan, A Taylor), Bicester 3rd 3.


Oxford Hawks 2, Swansea City 4; Milton Keynes 2, Oxford Hawks 2nd 1 (C Werlinger); Oxford Hawks 3rd 0, Sonning 2; Oxford Hawks 4th 1 (R Black), Henley 2nd 5; Wycombe 3rd 0, Oxford Hawks 5th 4 (P Cantwell 2, S Butler, S Dawes); Oxford 6th 0, Oxford Hawks 6th 1 (A Laird); Reading U16 3, Oxford Hawks U16 3 (B Cudlip, M Rumsby, R Ward); Oxford U10 1, Oxford Hawks U10 2; Thame U10 0, Oxford Hawks U10 0; Oxford 2nd 1 (K Hicks), Oxford 3rd 0; Bicester 0, Oxford 4th 2 (J Albon, L De Pedro); Wallingford 3rd 4 (A Lissenden 2, J Turner, J Capon), Oxford 5th 1 (F Kramer); Oxford 7th 6 (L Jeffers 2, R Hossack, A Llewellyn, M Hulcup, E Darnell), Iver & Burnham 0; Windsor 0, Wallingford 2nd 2 (E Mayer, A West); Maidenhead 5th 6, Wallingford 4th 2 (M Bennett, N Bennett); Marlow 3rd 4, Witney 2nd 0; Witney 3rd 2 (J Peachey, K Edwards), Sonning 4th 2.