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Weekend Results

Martin Pacetti27 Nov 2023 - 19:15
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Update from the weekends Senior Team fixtures

A mixed bags for the Senior teams this weekend, 3 wins a draw and 2 defeats.

Thame United Mens first team finally ended their losing streak in the Pitching In Southern League Central Division 1, with a 1 - 0 home win over Biggleswade Town. Thame had the better of the match created many more chances and were resolute in defence. The only goal of the game came on 56 minutes white Eitel Goueth powered in a low drive from outside the box. It was a game the home side deserved to win, with Biggleswade limited to a few long range efforts and it could have been more with Ben Kakembo through on goal in the last few minutes only for his shot to beat the keeper but hit the bar. A result which moves the Red Kites off of the bottle of the table and a good morale boast for the team as they travel to AFC Dunstable next Saturday.

Thame Reserves had a difficult afternoon away at Adderbury Park First going down by 6 - 0, while Thame United A team also went down away from home this time losing 6 - 1 in a top of the table clash with Letcombe. Thame still remain top by 2 two points, but teams below have games in hand.

In the Aylesbury and District League Thame United B were held to a 3 - 3 draw at home against bottom of the league Buckingham United, It could have been worse with Thame coming back from 2-0 and 3 -1 down to earn the draw, which leaves the team in second place two points behind the leaders Oving with two games in hand. In Division 2 Thame United C had a good home win against third placed Aylesbury Hornets by 4 - 1, with all four goals being scored by Stuart Barr. The win moves Thame up to forth place.

In the Oxfordshire over 50’s league Thame United were in action in the first round of the Challenge Cup, taking on Witney Royals at meadow view park. Thame were 2 - 0 in front at half time but Witney fought back to level at 2 - 2 and the game went to penalties, with Thame coming out on top by 5 goals to 4.

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