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Last Week's Results

9 months ago By Oxford City FC

Results from elsewhere around the club

Oxford City U19's strengthened their position at the top of Division E of the National League U19 Alliance with a 3-1 win at home to Maidenhead United last Wednesday, going 9 points ahead of second placed Eastleigh. Craig Fasanmade grabbed a brace, with Tobias London grabbing the other, just a day after he made his first team debut in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup. They are in action again this Wednesday as they make the short trip to Hungerford Town.

Oxford City U18's have temporarily dropped off the top of the table in the Allied Counties League. They have been overtaken by Maidenhead United who have played two games more. They have not played for a couple of weeks, but are in cup action on Wednesday as they host Marlow at Marsh Lane.

Three City sides booked their places in the final of their respective County Cups in the last week. The First Team were the first to do so in the Senior Cup, but over the weekend, Oxford City U13's convincingly beat Tower Hill 11-0 to reach the final of the Roy Smith U13's Cup, and Oxford City Girls U15's also convincingly beat Kidlington Girls U15's 8-1 to book their place in the U16's Cup final.

In the Junior Premier League, Oxford City U14's progressed in the U14's League Cup with a 4-0 win away at Paulton Rovers. Oxford City U16's also progressed in the U16's League Cup with a win on penalties against Guiseley. After ending 2-2, goalkeeper Jake Collins starred in the shootout, saving two of the visitors spot kicks, as well as scoring one of his own to see his side through. Oxford City U12's were the only other side in JPL action and were on the wrong end of a 4-2 scoreline against Birmingham City.

Oxford City U15's were the only side in Midland Junior Premier League action, they fell to a 2-1 defeat away at MYD Development on Saturday afternoon.

In the Oxford Mail Leagues, Oxford City U15's Sunday side both progressed in the U15's Inter-League Cup, with a 4-1 win against Grove, while Oxford City Blue U14's beat Faringdon Town by the same scoreline in the U14's league. Oxford City Girls U12's also won in the Oxford Mail Girls Football League with a 2-0 win at home to Kennington U12's.

The weekend was wrapped up yesterday afternoon as Oxford City U17's picked up a 4-0 win away at Chipping Norton Swifts in the Oxford Invitational Youth League.

Updated 18:46 - 10 Apr 2018 by Oxford City FC

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