OXFORD City were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw against Weymouth last night.

Despite both sides creating chances, neither could find the breakthrough in their Vanarama National League South clash.

Craig Fasanmade, Jack Self and Zac McEachran all had opportunities for the hosts.

But Weymouth came closest to breaking the deadlock, Jake McCarthy hitting the bar just before half-time.

The result meant a clean sheet on debut for City goalkeeper Harry Isted, who signed earlier in the day from Luton Town on an initial one-month loan deal.

Oxford City: Isted, Jones, Jefford, Ashby, Moore-Azille (Tapp 33), Oastler, Fleet, Brown (Wiltshire 75), McEachran, Self, Fasanmade (Owusu 75). Subs not used: Caro, Wright.

Banbury United are top of the BetVictor Southern League Premier Central after a 3-1 victory at Peterborough Sports.

Mike Ford’s side, who have played a game more than their rivals, went ahead on eight minutes through Claudio Dias.

John Mills doubled their lead at the second attempt just after the half-hour to put the Puritans 2-0 ahead at the break.

Substitute Janaai Gordon hit No 3 19 minutes from time.

And although Cam Johnson pulled a goal back late on, Banbury had done enough.

North Leigh missed the chance to climb up the Division 1 Central table when they lost 2-1 at home to Halesowen Town, despite playing against ten men for the second half.

Ashley Sammons put the visitors ahead, but Reece Hewitt was sent off a minute before the break.

The Millers levelled through Lance Williams 11 minutes from time, but Montes Gibson won it in the 86th-minute.

Thame United lost 2-1 at Leighton Town in their Emirates FA Cup preliminary round replay.

Trailing 2-0, Callum Mapley gave Thame hope with a late goal after his penalty was saved, but they could not find an equaliser.