OUFC 3-0 AFC Wimbledon
A great run and strike by Wes Thomas gave the U's a deserved 1st half lead. It was the 1st time United had scored in the 1st half at home in a League match this season. Minutes after the break Simon Eastwood made his customary 'worldy' save to keep the score 0-0. United broke and went 2-0 up with Ricardinho popping up in the box to become the 1st Brazilian to score for the U's. In the 85th minute Xemi grabbed his 1st and United's 3rd with a cool finish to make it a hat-trick of firsts.
Agon Mehmeti will be out for several weeks after suffering a torn hamstring.
OUFC 2-2 Brighton U21
Despite having a 2-0 half time lead the U's allowed the visitors back into the game. Agon Mehmeti's 1st start for the U's lasted only 5 minutes. He was carried off on a stretcher going down with what looked like a hamstring problem.
Josh Ashby made a welcome return to action following a lengthy injury layoff
Peterborough 1-4 OUFC
United returned to winning ways in great style. The U's suffered an early set back when Rob Hall limped off with an injury. After being a goal down at the break, they stormed into a 2-1 lead inside the first 10 minutes of the second half (Josh Ruffles 49, Wes Thomas 53). Joe Rothwell added the 3rd on 75mins and Agon Mehmeti the 4th on 83 mins. It was not all one way traffic as the home side hit both the post and the bar in 2nd half. Simon Eastwood also has to make a couple of saves.
Bury 3-0 OUFC
Despite an improved 1st half performance the U's fell apart after the break following a penalty scored by ex U Chris Maguire.
OUFC 1-2 Walsall
The U's who were looking to bounce back following their defeat last weekend at Blackpool
failed to get their game together until they were 0-2 down. A Ryan Ledson penalty after Rob Hall was felled in the box gave the U's a glimmer of hope to grab a point.