CROPREDY staged a second-half fightback to beat Summertown Stars 2-1 and maintain their lead at the top of the Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division.

Milo Murgatroyd’s strike put the hosts ahead at half-time, but the table-toppers came out strongly after the break and levelled through Clark Berry.

Sam Grant bagged what proved to be the winner, with Summertown unable to force an equaliser.

Marston Saints are three points behind after beating Charlton United 2-0, brothers Benji and Luke Cuff netting in each half.

Kennington Athletic are one point further back, thanks to their 3-1 win at Bicester United.

James Smith’s opener for the visitors was cancelled out by Rowan Chappell, but Smith’s second of the game and Dave Murphy’s strike sealed victory.

Fourth-placed Freeland maintained their title push with a 9-2 thumping of Garsington.

Danny Taylor and Tom McCudden scored twice, with Jonny Ayris, Jamie Munday, Conor Allmond, Neil Howe and Lewis White also finding the net.

Horspath made it five wins from five at Chesterton, Simon Evans, Seb Warner, Frederick Garnham scoring their goals.

Ricardo Benjamin and Mark McGrogan replied in a 3-2 defeat for the hosts.

Luis McGillycuddy, Morgan Brown and Josh Warburton put Mansfield Road 3-0 up at home to Launton Sports, before the visitors fought back through Sam Skehan and Lea White.

But Phil Kelly sealed a 4-2 win for the home side.

In Division One, Eynsham Association beat Lusitanos 3-2, with Dec Green, Ross Lewington and Zac Sheffield finding the net.

Theylor Moretto and Matheus Sobrinho scored for Lusitanos.

Chalgrove Cavaliers won 3-1 at Kennington Athletic Res through goals from Tom Clarke, Alfie Briggs and Josh Billingham, with Lewis Waters replying.

Jacob Hitchcock scored twice in Marston Saints Res’ 2-0 win at Horspath Res in Division Two.

David Hitchings also bagged a brace as Mansfield Road Res drew 2-2 at Charlton United Res, the hosts scoring through an own goal and Declan DeSousa’s penalty.