Charlbury U13 6-3 Witney Vikings
The u13s made it two wins out of two in the Spring ‘A’ league with a 6-3 win at Witney Vikings. Charlbury opened the scoring after just 40 seconds, Tyra finishing a Toby through ball. Further goals from Clyde, Vernon and Toby saw them comfortably lead 4-0 after 20 minutes. Team focus slipped at that point however, and Vikings fought back to make it 4-2 just before half time.After a few stern words, Tyra completed his hattrick with two goals midway through the second half to make it 6-2, with Vikings notching a consolation goal with the last kick of the game to complete the scoring
Charlbury U14 1-2 Chesterton Colts
After a comprehensive win against Chesterton the week before, a revamped Chesterton team took a 2-0 within the first 11 minutes through blistering pace by their No 8. Charlbury slowly got back into the game with Billy scoring a delicate lob midway through the first half. Both sides then had chances with Charlbury hitting the bar and the post in a frantic goal mouth scramble. The second half was a similar affair with again chances for both sides but no goals were added, Well done Chesterton.
Friendly : Witney Vikings U15 1-6 Charlbury U16 Girls
With no league match arranged for the 8th weekend in a row, Charlbury traveled to Witney Vikings for a friendly. The narrow pitch led to a competitive game with Charlbury really unable to capitalize on their strength of using the wide players and having challenges to spring the offisde trap.. That said, the girls did enough and played some neat rondo style football to carve out a number of openings. The finishing was clinical with Abby ratching up 4 goals and Ruby the other 2. Witney, playing a year up kept battling and got a consolation goal withe the last kick of the game.
Charlbury Under 11 girls
The U11 Girls played their first home match at the Cricket Club of 2020 on a drizzly, chilly Saturday morning against a strong Summertown Kookaburras Team. Captain for the week was super Libby. The match was slow to start but soon warmed up and included a number of fantastic moves from the girls that led to chances being created. Molly W played a strong first half in central midfield, Libby, Millie and Izzy were assured in defence and Grace continually ran at Summertown’s defence. Our goalkeeper in the first half was Gracie and in the second half was Adelaide. Both made some terrific saves.The match ended in a narrow 0-1 defeat with the Summertown coach agreeing a draw would be a fairer result. Great credit to the opposition who played good football and were exceptionally team spirited. Player of the match was Libby.The second match of the day – played as an 9 a side friendly was again an even match but did see Charlbury playing some super attacking football in the second half. The match ended in 1-0 win a super goal from Molly W.