CAMERON Mills scored a spectacular hat-trick in the last five minutes as Didcot Town Youth lifted the Under 12 KO Cup with a 5-2 victory over Kennington Athletic, writes PAUL LYON.

Without their regular goalkeeper, Henry Shuttleworth stepped in and gave a commanding display between the sticks for Didcot on finals day at Oxford City’s Court Place Farm.

McKenzie Hedges struck twice in the first half to give Didcot a 2-0 lead.

But Kennington fought back after the break with goals from Ellis Walker and Kyran Wiggins, equalising with five minutes left.

With the result in the balance, Mills struck his whirlwind treble to clinch a dramatic success.

Easington Sports went down 6-4 to Westwood Wanderers Colts in an exciting Under 12 KO Trophy Final.

Jake Ibbotson hit a four-timer for the Caversham-based winners, whose other goals came from Joseph Norris and George Stiles.

Liam Heath struck twice for Easington, with Sam Stout and Tadiwanashe Chivenga completing their scoring.

Daniel Mayor struck four goals as Watlington Town lifted the Under 12 KO Shield by beating Bardwell 10-1.

Fabian Cheesman and Lawrence Dew each bagged a brace with Rafael Mullin and Ruairi Tilley completing the scoring.

Bardwell never gave up and put up a battling performance, being rewarded by Charlie Cotter’s consolation goal.

Quarry Rovers Nomads and Bardwell were all square after extra-time in their Under 14 KO Cup semi-final, with Leo Hughes and Kyle Uren-Palmer scoring for their respective teams.

But in a tense penalty shoot-out it was the Nomads who progressed to the final, by winning 5-4.

Brendan Malliagh struck a hat-trick to help Bure Park Juniors to reach the Under 14 KO Trophy final as they beat Crowmarsh Youth Orient 5-1.

Joshua Haynes and Eric Groves completed the scoring for Bure Park, with Charlie Holtom scoring for Saints.

Mateusz Wezyk struck four goals as Broughton & North Newington beat Kidlington FC 5-2 to progress to the next round of the Under 16 KO Cup.

Liam Walsh also scored for Broughton, with Jago Edwards hitting both goals for Kidlington.