Ducklington stay top of the Witbney & District FA Premier Division after a 5-2 home thrashing of Witney Royals.
Jack Morton scored twice with Ryan Colleton, Joe Crocker and ex-Royal, Jamie Kennedy also scoring.
Alex Coleman and Steve Green scored for the vanquished visitors.
Hailey trail leaders Ducklington only on goal difference after a 2-1 win at Carterton Town A. Mike Bolt scored for the hosts, but goals from Perry Tinson and Joel King secured victory for Hailey.
A goal from Kev Lewis was enough to earn all three points for West Witney in their 1-0 win at home to Chipping Norton Town.
Hanborough drew 2-2 at home to Aston. Chris Allinson and Matty Smith put the visitors ahead at half time, but goals either side of the break from Tom Lewis and Craig Johnson levelled the tie for the home side.
Minster Lovell leapfrogged Chadlington after a 1-0 away win, putting the hosts bottom, with a goal from Steven Burke.
Brize Norton Res moved to the top of Division 1 after an edgy 3-2 home win against North Leigh A.
Jason Blackman and Ryan Maskery scored for North Leigh, but goals from Ben Williams, Dan Frizell and Bart Lachwicz won it.
Josh Grant scored a brace in Spartan Rangers’ 3-0 home success over Kingham, with Jamie Timms netting the other.
FC Nomads stormed to a 6-2 win at Freeland. Adi Williams and Marc Buckingham were on target for the hosts but Chris Lawrence banged in a hat-trick. Niall Lynch (2) and David Pryse also scored. Lee Keyes scored twice in FC Hollybush’s 2-0 home win over FC Mills. The victory keeps them top of Division 2 on goal difference from Kirtlington, who beat AC Finstock 4-3 at home.
Adam Kelly (2), Nathan Kelly and Anthony Brooker scored the goals for the hosts, with Gary McKinnon, Andy Jackson and Lee Travers replying for Finstock.
Combe smashed Bampton Town 7-2 at home, thanks to trebles from Roger Moss and Chris Betreen, with Peter Searle getting the other. Jack Goodchild and Aaron Robbins replied. Chris Balf, James Barker and Billy Hales scored for Carterton Rangers in a 3-0 home win against Milton.
In Division 3, Nathan Beckett hit a four-timer as Bampton United beat Kingham 10-0 at home. Conor O’Shea and Jack Henry netted trebles.
Ducklington A dropped into the relegation zone after losing 3-2 at Bourton Rovers Res, dropping into the relegation zone in the process. Anthony Lune and George Townsend scored for the hosts, but Josh Catling (2) and Tony Tombs got the telling response for Bourton.
Corinthians moved top of Division 4 as they thrashed Wychwood Forest 10-2 away, Frank Webb scoring a four-timer. Dan Smith (3), Karl Indge, Luke Cuthbert and Luke Hessey got their others, with Tom Nicholson and Ben Powell replying.
Spartan Rangers A beat Milton Res 3-0 at home, thanks to strikes from Dexter Lancaster, John Oswald and an own goal.
other scorers Div 3: Middle Barton 1 (R Davis), Wootton 1 (K Rawlings).
Meanwhile, in the second round of the Jack Busby Cup, Witney Royals put aside their poor league form to pick up their first win of the season in a 4-1 home success against Division 2 rivals Ducklington Res.
Mikey Piper bagged a brace, with Marcus Albert and Tom West also netting.
Royals face Brize Norton Res in the next round after they won 2-1 at Minster Lovell Res.
Nathan Bowles scored for the hosts, but goals from Dave Anster and Richard Duffy secured the result.
Carterton Town B eased through with a 7-1 win at Aston Res.
Dan Sollis bagged a four-timer with Olly Bush and Craig Isle also on target. An Aston own-goal completed the rout after Tim Collet pulled one back for the hosts.
Carterton now have a home tie against Wootton Res after they beat Chad-lington Res 2-0 away from home, with goals from Paul Biggham and Dean Wasilewski.
Hanborough Res meet Spartan Rangers Res in the next round after a Scott Akers strike earned them a 1-0 success at Bampton United.
Spartans’ passage was secured with a 2-1 win at Charlbury Town Res, with goals from Dave Cross and Steve Wright.
Chipping Norton Res saw off Eynsham SSC Res 7-1 at home. Jonny Dunn got a hat-trick as Matt Smith, Mark Pratley and Sam Phillpott also scored. Dan Harwood scored for Eynsham. Chippy will now meet Hailey Res in the next round after they eased past FC Hollybush Res 6-0. After a Bush own goal from Fred Bateman gifted Hailey the lead, the hosts came into their own with Luke Manning netting three. Callum Mutch and John Andrews added the others late into the match.