Oxfordshire Senior Cup

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The Oxfordshire Senior Cup is the senior county cup of the Oxfordshire Football Association. The competition was first contested in the 1884–85 season. [1]

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Most winners

Finals since 1997

1997 Oxford City 1–1 (5–4 pen) Carterton Town
1998 Witney Town 1–1 (6–5 pen) Oxford City Manor Ground
1999 Oxford City 3–0 (aet) Carterton Town Manor Ground
2000 Oxford City 2–0 Thame United Manor Ground
2001 Thame United 3–1 Banbury United Manor Ground
2002 Thame United 4–3 North Leigh Kassam Stadium
2003 Oxford City 3–2 Hook Norton Kassam Stadium
2004 Banbury United 1–0 Oxford United Kassam Stadium
2005 Oxford United 3–1 Oxford City Kassam Stadium
2006 Banbury United 3–0 Carterton Kassam Stadium
2007 Banbury United 2–1 Oxford City Kassam Stadium
2008 North Leigh 2–1 Banbury United Kassam Stadium
2009 Oxford United 2–1 Banbury United Kassam Stadium
2010 Oxford United 3–1 [2] Banbury United Kassam Stadium
2011 Oxford United 4–0 Kidlington Kassam Stadium
2012 North Leigh 5–0 Oxford City Kassam Stadium
2013 Oxford United 4–2 (aet) Oxford City Kassam Stadium
2014 Ardley United 4–0 [3] Kidlington Kassam Stadium
2015 Banbury United 4–4 (4–3 pen) North Leigh Kassam Stadium
2016 Oxford United 6–1 Oxford City Kassam Stadium
2017 North Leigh 2–1 Oxford United ASM Stadium
2018 Oxford City 5–3 Kidlington ASM Stadium
2019 Oxford City 4-3 Banbury United Court Place Farm

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References

  1. "The Oxfordshire Senior Cup" (PDF). Pitch Hero Ltd. Retrieved 2010-05-09.
  2. "Green hat-trick caps Oxford United cup joy". Oxford Mail . Retrieved 2010-04-08.
  3. "Ardley cruise to first Oxfordshire Senior Cup success". Oxford Mail. 1 May 2014. Retrieved 15 December 2014.