Supersonic Sunday capped a fine debut season by capturing the Autotype UTV League Alan Alder Invitation Trophy thanks to two late goals which beat fellow Division 3A outfit The Vine.

Man-of-the-match Lee Fuller broke the deadlock in the 70th minute.

Almost immediately, Vine's Andy Joyce was denied by a good reflex save from Supersonic keeper Andy Brown.

In the 89th minute, Neil Smith charged down the left, beating Cole with a powerful low shot to make sure of a 2-0 win for 'Sonics.

In Division 1, Danny Curran hit a hat-trick for Athletico Indaline as they won 3-0 at East Hendred to improve their slim chance of avoiding the drop.

Brewery Tap beat Chilton 3-1 with strikes from Gary Hartley, Mark Grootz and Lee Jones. Matt Aplin replied for Chilton.

Brightwell lost 3-2 at home to Red Lion. Together with a midweek reverse at East Hendred, it means that Brightwell will be playing second division football next term.

Their scorers were Richie Williams and Martin White, but a hat-trick from Jamie Stockford helped the visitors to grab all three points.

Standlake Garage took an important step towards survival in Division 2 with a 4-2 win against promotion candidates Long Wittenham.

Brothers Carl and Steve Lyon put Standlake 2-0 ahead, before Steve Slater's own goal gave them a three-goal half-time cushion.

Strikes from Nigel Cooke and Ian Burton brought the visitors back into the game, but Anthony Holliday wrapped it up with a 30-yarder for Garage.

In Division 3A, Buckland moved to within five points of leaders Forest Hill with a 4-1 win over Wheatley Park.

Ross McDonald headed them into an early lead, but Nick Edmonds levelled with a well-taken free kick. In the second half, Buckland took control, with McDonald getting his second, adding to Alex Morgan's strike and an own goal.

Medisense won a mid-table tussle 4-1 against Bampton Horseshoes with strikes from Danny Parry (3) and Phil Timmins. Gordon Kane replied for 'Shoes.

In Division 3B, AFC Crowmarsh beat The Bell 4-0 with goals from John Simmons (2), Adam Summers, and Iain Hatch.