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Newbury Sunday League: OLA Prestige fire in three past Woolton Hill Argyle



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OLA earned their second win of the season as they beat Woolton Hill Argyle 3-1 in the Newbury Sunday League Premier Division.

Ben Cookson netted a brace for the home side, including a superb strike from long distance, while Reece Randall was also on the score sheet.

Harry Monger did pull a goal back for Argyle to make the score 3-1 but, despite several strong saves from OLA keeper James Wilder, the hosts held on for the three points.

Harry Monger attempts to beat two players
Harry Monger attempts to beat two players

As a result, they moved level on points with their opponents and they have two games in hand.

Elsewhere in the division, league leaders Bucklebury secured another win as they beat AFC Hermitage 4-1.

Jack Fisher scored for Hermitage, but a Jake Allan hat-trick and a Jesse Bowers goal saw Bucklebury take all three points.

In Division 1, NWX FC maintained their three point lead at the top of the table after a 7-0 win over Furze Bush Inn.

Elsewhere, Cold Ash have continued their chase on the leaders as they beat AFC Bedwyn 2-1 while The White Hart Barbarians secured a 4-0 win over Newbury Bootleggers.

In the other games, Brimpton Rangers moved third after a 5-4 win over Berkshire Wanderers and Elm Park Athletic beat Black Horse 3-2.

Paggies Bar have moved into the quarter-finals of the Berks & Bucks Sunday Cup after a 1-0 win over Woodley.

A free-kick for OLA Prestige
A free-kick for OLA Prestige

With the game at 0-0 with minutes remaining, it looked like a penalty shootout was going to be required, but Paggies were awarded a late penalty kick after a foul in the box.

Terry Patton held his nerve to slot the ball into the bottom right-hand corner and send Paggies into the next round, where they will face either Burghfield or FC Bentons at home.



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