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Blackbird Rovers booked their place in the Oxfordshire FA John Fathers Junior Shield, with a 7-3 win away to Summertown Stars AFC at Cutteslowe Park.
BLACK SWAN, BLACKBIRD ROVERS & SUMMERTOWN won their County Cup fixtures to book their places in the next round. Fairview & Wheatley were unfortunately knocked out.
The 22nd November saw the remaining three games of the PREMIER CHALLENGE CUP take place, to see who would join SUMMERTOWN after their win against Masons Arms last week.
Due to unfortunate circumstances the league committee have to announce the unfortunate news that Oakley United 'A' have withdrawn from the league. All results and points awarded from games involving Oakley United 'A' will be removed.
Wheatley Youth FC booked their place in the next round of the OFA Junior Shield with a 3-2 win against Thame Churches, they will now join the other OCFA teams in the 2nd round to be played on the first weekend of November.
The dates and venues for the OCFA Cup competitions have been confirmed and are as follows;
With the semi finals of the CJL & Premier Cup being played or scheduled and the conclusion of the group stages of the Couling Cup. Dates are hereby announced.
The draw for the CJL & PREMIER CHALLENGE CUP semi finals were made at the Fairview on Tuesday evening.
Sporting clubs have been the recent targets of the theft of valubles from changing rooms andPITCHSIDE at a number of Oxford sporting venues.
Despite losing first choice keeper Luke Watts to a fractured ankle before the game had started, the Original Swan continued their winning ways with a 3-1 win at Union Street.
George FC face a tough test in both CJL and PREMIER CHALLENGE Cups.
New champions will be crowned this season after the league has lost both AFC Blackbirds and Rose Hill.
AFC BLACKBIRDS overcome last weeks disappointment to lift the PREMIER CHALLENGE CUP, with a 4-1 victory at Court Farm Place.
The League has already 3 CONFIRMED new teams entering the league for the 2013/14 season, with another one showing interest.
THE GEORGE FC took the honours in the CJL CUP after coming back from 2-1 with 15 mins to go, to win 2-3 at Oxford City FC.
AFC Blackbirds are flying high at the top of the league after overcoming local neighbours George FC 4-1, maintaining their 100% record.
Rose Hill forced to play at Long Hanborough due to waterlogged pitch.
Rose Hill came away from their local derby match against the George 4-0 winners.
Rose Hill gave the rest of the league a wake up call by beating Allstars with a 6-1 thumping.
The George FC eased past ex-OCFA outfit Westminster 4-1 in a re arranged John Fathers Junior Shield 1st Round Match, George now face Great Milton in the 2nd round.
BLACKBIRDS OFF TO FLYING START
Allstars take the early lead with a 3-1 victory with the George and Oakley sharing the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
The OCFA Committee would like to reassure ALL existing member clubs that, the league WILL be continuing in the 2012/13 season and beyond.
NUFFIELD ARMS clinched their place in in the PREMIER CUP FINAL after easing past FAIRVIEW 8-1.
ROSE HILL travelled to CHALGROVE in midweek in what was a league deciding fixture.