WANTAGE Town goalkeeper Tom Middlehurst opened the scoring in their 3-2 victory at home to Thame United.

The stopper’s clearance from his box was misjudged by Thame’s Chris Rackley 14 minutes into the Southern League Division One Central clash.

Middlehurst’s joy lasted just two minutes, when Ryan Blake smashed in a penalty to equalise.

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Wantage edged ahead again on the stroke of half-time, Marley Hamilton heading in at a corner.

As the weather conditions worsened, Thame pushed for a way back into the game and were awarded a second spot kick 15 minutes from time.

Greg Hackett converted and then almost immediately threatened to score again, only to see his shot hit the post.

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Wantage finished the game with ten men, with Nathanael Robinson picking up an injury after all the hosts’ substitutions had been made.

But in the 89th minute Kai Mahon earned the third penalty of the game, which was despatched by Ryan Knight.

North Leigh climbed off the foot of the table with their first league win of the campaign.

George Seacole scored the only goal of the game in the final minute of normal time, which took them up four places.

Didcot Town were one of the sides the Millers leapfrogged, after they went down 3-0 at home to Berkamsted.

The Railwaymen gave themselves a mountain to climb when they conceded twice in the opening 12 minutes.

Alie Bangura opened the scoring, before Lucas Kirkpatrick doubled the lead with a stunning strike four minutes later.

Connor Ferguson was unfortunate not to pull a goal back quickly, when his header struck the post.

George Jeacock had a shot well saved before the break, but Didcot did not look like getting back into the game after the break and Bangura scored a solo effort late on.

Billy Gillett’s 86th-minute effort earned Kidlington a 1-1 draw at home to Bedworth United.