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FOOTBALL: Eagles soar to shock win over Wallingford
9:02pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in Sport
Division 5 new boys Didcot Eagles pulled off a stunning North Berks Cup second round upset, dumping out visitors Wallingford 4-2, writes Phil Annets.
Alex Rodman, with two, Dan Tucker and Daryl Harper were their goalscoring heroes.
Matt Sinclair and Ashley Searle, with a penalty, netted for a Wallingford side which plays four divisions higher.
Division 3 leaders Burghclere went goal crazy at Coleshill United winning 10-2 with Kye Franklin netting a hat-trick.
Nathan Rivers bagged a brace with Matt Ray, Matt Howe, Ben Kirkham, Matt Fidler and Alistair Baillie also scoring.
Lee Andrews and Steve Lovegrove netted for the Div-ision 2 side.
And the shocks didn’t stop there.
Jason Pook scored the only goal of the game as Division 3 side Stanford in the Vale won 1-0 at Marcham, from Division 2.
In a similar divisional match-up, Hanney United triumphed 4-3 at home to East Hendred.
Ben Hummel, James Hicks and Shane McGowran scored for Hendred, but Andy Hope, Shaun Harris, James Bishop an Matt Woodside netted to win the match for Hanney.
Division 2 hosts Drayton only just edged out Division 3 Westminster 5-4.
A Ryan Seamark double and goals from Mike Green-away, Richard Chilvers and Kieran O’Connor outscored efforts by Pete Lamont, Dean Staniford, Neil McMahon and Josh Button for the visitors.
Division 1 pacesetters Dorchester enjoyed an 8-0 romp over Kennington Ath-letic, from Division 4.
Billy Warner smashed in four goals alongside two from Ben Curtis and one each by Josh Nicholls and Danny Brind.
Tom Rowe also netted a four-timer for Division 1 side Ardington & Lockinge as they won 5-0 at home to Division 3 Benson Lions. Jonny Eudell grabbed their fifth goal.
Charlie Allsop with two, Adam Drake, Iggy Ilott and an own goal gave Division 1 Kintbury Rangers a strai-ght-forward 5-2 home win over Radley, from Division 2. Tommy Young and Mike Steers replied.
Long Wittenham Ath-letic won their all-Division 1 clash at Harwell Inter-national 4-0, with Andy Sutherland bagging a brace. Dejan Jones and Joe Cheong also netted
Ryley Stone hit a treble for Sutton Courtenay as they eventually prevailed 4-2 after extra time over fellow Division 2 side Steventon. Tom Quinan notched their fourth goal.
Shane Butlin scored twice in vain for the home side.