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Uhlsport Hellenic League Round-Up

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Graham Bryan scored the first half goals for Abingdon United and Dejon Williams matched him with two late efforts at Northcourt Road Stadium as they won 4-0 against Ascot United in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division on Saturday.

A Charlie Tuttle goal was enough to secure a win for Binfield against Oxford City Nomads at Stubbs Lane.

In the Brimscombe & Thrupp versus Thatcham Town fixture, the visitors left with the points through a single first half goal scored by Shane Cooper-Clark.

Burnham were four goals down against visitors Highworth Town at The Gore.

Then two strikes from Barry Dunba and Abdul Ally, both on 75 minutes were followed by another two from the Worthians from Ryan Ohara and Callum Parsons.

Ash Edenborough and Jake Slocombe made the final score 6-2.

Flackwell Heath hit newcomers Fairford Town with four second half goals in a 6-2 away victory. Substitute Nile O’Meally-Newell scored twice in the last 5 minutes with the home side pushing forward, after Lee Smith had fired the Cinder Lane side into a 13th minute lead.

Longlevens and Brackley Town Saints fought out a seven-goal contest at Sawmills End with the home side taking the spoils.

Royal Wootton Bassett took the lead at the Gerrard Buxton Sports Ground through Ben Lodge on 67 minutes but visitors Bracknell Town could not be held and added goals through Seb Bowerman, Joe Gater and Liam Ferdinand.

Tuffley Rovers earned the points through a late Shayne Bradley goal which was enough to secure the win for Mark Pritchett’s Rovers, as they hosted Windsor for their first ever Hellenic League game.

Wantage Town lost their unbeaten start to the season to a late penalty after drawing level shortly after half-time against Lydney Town at Alfredian Park.

Wantage`s scorer was Steve Robertson, with Lydney Ben Hands and Peter Macklin from the spot winning it for Lydney.

Woodley United and Highmoor-Ibis, who both play at the Rivermoor Stadium, shared the points in a goalless draw.


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