Fraser again among the goals for United
Sarah Hazell kept her short after a strong performance the previous weekend and on 18 minutes, the 18-year-old finished brilliantly volleying in in a difficult chance from a Gemma Fraser cross after great work from wing-back Paula Lambert.
Within five minutes, City were level terms as Chesham struggled to keep their shape at the back. Visitors United though, saw Gemma Fraser on fire upfront as she raced on to a Delves through-ball and slotted home.
When Niamh Euman stole the ball in the attacking third, the under-18s captain had the confidence to drive into the box and finish for 3-1.
City then drove straight through the visitors defence and slotted home a second. Tash Smith then found Fraser and although her initial shot was saved, the striker was first to react, smashing in the rebound.
City pegged an- other back on 35 minutes as Harris sliced a clearance which had enough spin to squeeze in at the far post.
And within 15 minutes of the restart, Oxford had levelled.
Chesham captain Dawne Campbell’s experience finally settled the back line as Nat Adams was brought into the action and covered well in defence.
On 70 minutes, Smith whipped in a ball just behind Fraser who managed to adjust and squeeze her shot into the corner for 5-4.
This weekend, Chesham Ladies play in the first round of the Women’s FA Cup against New London Lionesses (ko 1pm). Chesham U18s had a solid victory in the cup, beating Crendon 8-0. Lidia NiedertubbesingLopez netted five and Chloe Turner, Euman and Aoife Hanling also scored. The U16s lost 8-3 at leaders Kidlington.