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Kick off 14:00 (UK)

17 November 2019 Venue Court Place Farm Attendance

Kick off 14:00 (UK)

Oxford United
32 - 0
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PREVIEW: Women at Home on Sunday

Back the girls on Women's Football Weekend

15 November 2019

Oxford United Women host Launton Ladies in the Quarter Finals of the Oxfordshire County Cup on Sunday at Court Place Farm (KO 2pm)

In the previous round, United Women beat North Leigh 11-1 to secure their place in the last eight of the competition and will be looking to book a spot in the semi-finals.

Women’s Football Weekend

This weekend marks the FA’s first Women’s Football Weekend, with supporters being called upon to back Women’s football by attending matches at any level in the pyramid. And with Oxford United men’s first team game postponed for international duties, it’s a perfect excuse get your football fix by supporting the girls this weekend.

The match will be played at Court Place Farm on Sunday (OX3 0NQ) so get behind the girls this weekend. Kick-off is at 2pm.

Team News
Club captain Lauren Haynes remains on the treatment table although Cat Beaver could make a return to the starting eleven following a spell on the sidelines. First Team Manager Liam Gilbert is likely to make changes from the side that started against Keynsham last time out.


We have reduced ticket prices for the match:

Adults £2
Concessions £2
OUFC Season Ticket Holders FREE


A full programme is available from the turnstiles for just £1. It contains the thoughts from First Team Manager Liam Gilbert, an interview with Immy Lancaster and much more.

Keep up to date on everything happening at Oxford United Women by following us on Twitter and Facebook @OfficialOUWFC. We will also have live text updates on the match on Twitter and a match report right here as soon as possible at the end of the game.

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Match Reports

REPORT: Oxford United Women Through to Semi-Finals of County Cup

32-0 win sees Women's side through to the semi finals

17 November 2019

Oxford United Women progressed to the semi finals of the Oxfordshire County Cup with an astonishing 32-0 win over Launton Ladies

The U's started the game brightly and  didn’t have to wait long for their opener when Cat Beaver lobbed the Launton goalkeeper from the edge of the area to open the scoring.

It got better a minute later as Timms picked the ball up inside the area and finished low into the bottom corner to double United’s lead inside seven minutes. United then scored three goals in quick succession as Sophie Baker tapped in United’s third before Timms grabbed her second of the game with a close-range finish before Brogan Moore made it five in 15 minutes with a well-taken finish one-on-one.

Credit where it’s due to the Launton defence who threw their bodies on the line when it mattered but United were too strong and the goals kept coming. Two composed finishes from Carly Johns made it seven before Timms rounded off her hat-trick on 20 minutes with a chip over the goalkeeper. United made it nine through Sophie Baker before Carly Johns rounded off her hat-trick before the half hour mark to make it 10 nil to United.

Cat Beaver made it eleven before it was Sophie Baker’s turn to get her hat-trick as she bundled in number twelve for the U’s in the first half as Moore and Timms rounded off the first half scoring to put the U’s fourteen ahead at the interval.

United carried on the way they left off in the second half, with Johns and Timms combining well to twice further extend the lead; Johns squaring to the U’s forward on both occasions to tap in. Moore then grabbed her hat-trick with another composed finish as Johns made it 18 on the hour mark.

Moore made it nineteen for the U’s before Billie Bough-French made it twenty on her debut after signing for the first team from the RTC yesterday. Moore was on target again moments later before Georgia Clifford lobbed the keeper from 25 yards. Moore turned in her sixth of the game before Williams made it twenty-four nil to the U’s with 20 minutes left on the clock.

Sophie Baker, Georgia Clifford, an own goal from a Launton defender, Ellie Searle and Amber Roberts rounded off the scoring as the U's finished the game at 32-0. 

UNITED: Watson, Kirby, Roberts, Mobbs, Hayes, Beaver, Moore, Baker, Bent, Timms, Johns

Rolling subs: Sercombe, Williams, Searle, Clifford, Bough-French

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