JET FC A-A Greater Leys Yellows

JET failed to field a team for the third successive league game ahead of their bottom-of-the-league fixture with Greater Leys Yellows. The away side has been awarded the points.

With the Coronavirus potentially halting all grassroots football in the UK, this may be a blessing in disguise, allowing JET to regroup over the coming weeks/months.

Milton Saints H-H JET FC

JET failed to field a team for the second time in a matter of weeks ahead of their Premier League clash with rivals Milton Saints. The home side has been awarded all three points.

The next few weeks of fixtures are up, so please mark your attendance on Teamer.

JET FC P-P Kennington Sunday

JET’s Doug Williamson Cup semi-final fixture at home to Kennington Sunday has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The field, based in Culham, has not held up well following the recent string of storms combined with the use of the pitch in midweek.

The rearranged fixture is yet to be confirmed.

Leys kick up a storm

OXFORD LEYS 13-3 JET FC

In a contender for the worst ever team performance (alongside the worst weather), JET succumbed to the elements and was easily beaten by Oxford Leys in Rose Hill.

The UTVSL was the only league to go ahead on Sunday after all other matches across the county – and some of Europe – was postponed due to Storm Ciara.

With the severe gales and torrential hailstorm making the match almost unplayable, Oxford Leys ‘blew’ aside the visitors in the first half, scoring a very easy six goals despite a bright start from the visitors.

A further seven goals were scored in the second half for Leys as JET fell apart, with one foot already [hoping] to be in the dry and warmth of the changing rooms.

The visitors managed to score in between Oxford Leys’ second half goals as Joshua Golding’s effort ricocheted to Jamie Tricker, our first choice goalkeeper, to shoot low into the net.

Leys temporarily slipped into JET’s mindset when a pass back to the goalkeeper fell straight to James Broughton who stabbed in for his second in two matches, while substitute Grant Robinson scored a trademark header through the goalkeeper’s legs from Nathen Cox’s corner.

But the consolation goals were in vain as both sets of players, the referee, and spectators look back at the match and still wonder how on earth it went ahead.

JET FC GOALS: Jamie Tricker, James Broughton, Grant Robinson
JET FC MAN OF THE MATCH:
Jamie Tricker
H/T SCORE: Oxford Leys 6-0 JET FC