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D Taylor (9', 50', 78'), T McCudden (30'), S Hole (35')
Sat 23 Sep 14:00 - League


Can we continue where we left off ??

Freeland Travelled the short distance to Oup hoping to continue their superb start to the season.
A settled side and a system that was working well was evident again this afternoon.
The opening exchanges in this one was very even with both sides going close in the opening mins.
The deadly duo up front had started the season well and I’m sure they wanted to add to their tally today.
The away side understood it was at this very ground last year they let themselves down badly and their standards slip.
This was also the ground that saw the infamous water bottle gate. (Don’t ever be first to the water) It was also the ground where Darren MacNamara was slightly aggrieved about the Reds first half performance with the players ears still ringing from 7 months previous.
Anyway, all ghosts were put to rest as Danny Taylor opened the scoring for Freeland within the first ten mins. A snap shot right foot from 12 yards finding the bottom right hand corner.
It was then time for Tom. I don’t like to miss out McCudden to get on the score sheet. A left footed shot (Right ones for standing on) finding the top corner and another top strike from the former Eynsham man.
Things were going well for the away side and returning legend and all-round top bloke Stuart Hole getting his first goal back after a brief 8-year stint as North Leighs Captain. A trademark header from the centre of the box and the away side went in halftime three up.
Things were a lot more relaxed at halftime and the management just wanted the boys to carry on as they have in the first 45 mins.
It wasn’t long before that man Taylor scored again. Another well worked goal with Danny finishing the move with a delightful finish from close range.
Does lighting strike twice?? Well it struck three times in this one for Taylor as he completed his Hattrick with twelve mins left.
Eddie Parker finding Taylor at the back stick with the white-hot striker crashing home from eight yards.
So, the final score here was OUP 0 Reds 5. By far their best performance of the season so far.
I really do love Saturdays. We look forward to a trip to Long Crendon in the Presidents cup next weekend.

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Key moments

Goal Danny Taylor scores for Freeland
Goal Tom McCudden scores for Freeland
Goal Stuart Hole scores for Freeland
Goal Danny Taylor scores for Freeland
Goal Danny Taylor scores for Freeland


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78:00 Goal 0 - 5
Danny Taylor scores for Freeland
67:00 Sub Off
Liam Harris is substituted off for Freeland
67:00 Sub On
Craig Wood is substituted on for Freeland
60:00 Sub On
James Robbins is substituted on for Freeland
60:00 Sub Off
Jason Lonsdale is substituted off for Freeland
55:00 Sub On
Lee Keys is substituted on for Freeland
55:00 Sub Off
Tom McCudden is substituted off for Freeland
50:00 Goal 0 - 4
Danny Taylor scores for Freeland
End of period 1
35:00 Goal 0 - 3
Stuart Hole scores for Freeland
30:00 Goal 0 - 2
Tom McCudden scores for Freeland
14:00 Yellow Card
Jason Lonsdale is yellow carded for Freeland
9:00 Goal 0 - 1
Danny Taylor scores for Freeland
Start of the game
Replay game

As it happened

  • OUP
  • Freeland
  • 0
  • Danny Taylor Goal 9:00'
  • Jason Lonsdale Yellow Card 14:00'
  • Tom McCudden Goal 30:00'
  • Stuart Hole Goal 35:00'
  • Danny Taylor Goal 50:00'
  • Lee Keys Sub On 55:00'
  • Tom McCudden Sub Off 55:00'
  • James Robbins Sub On 60:00'
  • Jason Lonsdale Sub Off 60:00'
  • Craig Wood Sub On 67:00'
  • Liam Harris Sub Off 67:00'
  • Danny Taylor Goal 78:00'

Team selection

Hole, Simon Hole, Simon
Lonsdale, Jack Lonsdale, Jack
Hole, Stuart Hole, Stuart
Trigg, Rich Trigg, Rich
Lonsdale, Jason Lonsdale, Jason
Swain, Guy Swain, Guy
Parker, Eddie Parker, Eddie
Harris, Liam Harris, Liam
Parker, Tomas Parker, Tomas
Taylor, Danny Taylor, Danny
McCudden, Tom McCudden, Tom


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