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Uhlsport Hellenic League Round-Up....

Once again a very limited programme in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division on Saturday due to the majority....

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Published 1st December 2012

Uhlsport Hellenic League Round-Up....
Ray Spence

.....of sides taking part in various League and County Cup competitions.

Three Premier Division matches were scheduled. Unfortunately, the match between Reading Town and Newbury was cancelled as a result of the recent weather.

Of the two matches left, Ascot United recorded a 5-2 win over Holyport. John Bennett with two, Josh Warren, Rob Saunders and Joe Gritt were the Ascot goalscorers, with Jamie West and Matt Rolfe replying for Holyport.

The only other Premier Division game was a close run thing between Flackwell heath and Thame United with Thame winning 3-2.

Paolo Cicero and Louis Cordice scored early on for Flackwell but a goal from Nik Rhodes and two from Ben Gray ensured the points went back to Thame.

In the third round of the Bluefin Sports Hellenic League Challenge Cup, there were wins for Ardley United, Cheltenham Saracens, Marlow, Wantage Town and Witney Town.

There were several notable scoring performances in these games, in particular from Elliott Kennedy scoring four and Ethan Moore three, (both of Cheltenham Saracens), Marlow’s Ray Spence, who scored three, and Conor McDonagh of Witney Town, who bagged four goals.

[Source: Clive Webb]

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