Kidlington FC 0 Binfield FC 6
April 09, 2012
A much-changed Binfield side controlled this Hellenic Premier Division match throughout, scoring six times to record a comfortable win.
With just a penalty to show for their first-half dominance, emphatically finished by the Moles best performer, Callum Whitty, the result remained in the balance at half-time.
In fact, Kidlington's bright spark on the left, Lewis Coyle, almost equalised when he picked up a short corner and tricked his way to shoot, but Dan Weait made his one major contribution of the game, smartly pushing the shot over.
But the Moles put their opponents to the sword as the match wore on, giving the end scoreline a confidence-boosting feel.
Early in the second half, Jos Millar finished James Suarez's deft chip to the far post for the best goal of the match, before Mike Hancock added the third shortly afterwards, given time to turn and neatly volley home.
In between those goals, Lewis Coyle had again come close, with a 25-yard curling free kick that came back off the bar.
Late on with the Kidlington defence tiring, Ian Davies got through on a few occasions and neatly finished three of them for his 10th Binfield hat-trick.
Easter Monday sees the Moles last local derby of the season, when they travel to Wokingham & Emmbrook (3pm kick-off).
Binfield: Weait (capt), Mortimer, Rowland, Hancock, Whitty, Westall (Withers 46), Millar, Suarez, I Davies, Sargeant, Tanfield. Subs not used; Wing, Pennicott-Bowen, Woozley.