BANBURY United edged past a youthful Oxford United side on a penalty shoot-out to book their place in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup semi-finals.

First-half goals from Ricky Johnson and Lee Henderson put Mike Ford's men in charge.

United's line-up included Jamie Hanson 24 hours on from being an unused sub against Newcastle United in the Emirates FA Cup.

They pulled a goal back through Kyran Lofthouse three minutes into the second half.

And just like last night, the visitors found a goal in stoppage time to force extra time.

Fabion Lopes was on target in the 92nd minute, but neither side could make a breakthrough in the additional half hour.

Banbury were flawless in the shoot-out, Johnson scoring the decisive spot kick to seal a 4-1 success after Lopes and Leon Chambers-Parillon's efforts were saved by Jack Harding.

The Puritans will face Oxford City in the last four, while North Leigh meet Thame United.

Banbury Utd: Harding, Walker, Wilson, Hawtin, Rasulo (Ngaah 78), Johnson, Dias (Odhiambo 71), Awadh, Henderson (Westbrook 59), Fasanmade, Shamsi.

Unused subs: Macdonald, Barnett.

Oxford Utd: Harris, Berkoe (Johnson 106), Hanson (Sade 71), Milton, Jones, Sole, Chambers-Parillon, Stevens, Lopes, Lofthouse, Spasov (Goodrham 77).

Unused subs: Evans, Edwards.

Attendance: 238.