OXFORDSHIRE Senior League Premier Division leaders Cropredy were beaten 2-0 at Mansfield Road in the final round of fixtures before all matches were suspended.

The competition’s executive committee decided on Monday to postpone all games up to and including Saturday, April 4, after the government advised grassroots football should be halted to help contain the spread of coronavirus.

It comes with Cropredy leading second-placed Marston Saints by just two points, having played a game more, after their 2-0 defeat at Mansfield Road.

Goals from Karl Dickinson and Daryl Louise did the damage.

Bicester United overcame Horspath 3-1, thanks to a double from Tyler Lloyd and one from Ryan Collins.

Strikes from Robert Andrews and Frankie Merola secured Kennington Athletic a 2-1 win at Chesterton, Daniel Green on target in defeat.

Brad Dalton netted the only goal as Garsington saw off Summertown Stars 1-0.

Hanborough beat Charlton by the same scoreline, Kevin Davies making the difference.

James Bateman, Colin Rhodes and Jack Robson netted to give Yarnton a 3-2 win at Launton Sports, Abdirazak Hussein and Mikey Palmer scoring for the hosts.

In Division 1, Kirtlington remain top after a 2-1 win at Eynsham, while Kidlington A drew with Woodstock Town Dev 1-1.

Louis Winkworth hit a hat-trick as Adderbury Park Res triumphed 5-2 over Kennington Athletic Res.

His brother Luke also scored, as did Jimmy Kimani.

Charlie Clarkson and Lewis Waters replied for Kennington.

Yarnton Res hammered Mansfield Road Res 11-2 in Division Two.

There was a four-timer from Jamie Smith, with hat-tricks apiece for Joshua Redfearn and Tony Skinner.

Ben Fouracre completed the scoring, Conrad Deer bagging two consolation goals.

Garsington Res beat Charlton United Res 2-1, while Horspath Res overcame Launton Sports Res 3-1.

Chinnor Res won 3-1 at Marston Saints Res.