OXFORD City fell to a 6-0 defeat at AFC Totton on a bad night for Oxfordshire clubs in the Evo-Stick Southern League.

City had no answer to Totton in their Premier Division encounter, falling behind to Ryan Hill’s 19th-minute free-kick.

Jason Mooney produced two excellent saves for City, but strikes from Stefan Brown (2) and Michael Gosney made it 4-0 at half-time.

City did improve after the break, but Nathaniel Sherborne pounced on a rebound to make it 5-0 on 56 minutes and the same player netted again on the final whistle.

Banbury United lost 3-1 at Barwell despite taking a seventh-minute lead through Will Green following a rebound.

Barwell hit back through Luke Barlone on 24 and 77 minutes, with Jamie Towers scoring in between.

Didcot Town were the only local side to avoid defeat, earning their first point of the season in a 1-1 draw at home to Yate Town in Division 1 South & West.

Kevin Halliday’s 19th-minute free-kick somehow squirmed past keeper John Dempsey to put Didcot ahead.

But 16 minutes later, former QPR striker Michael Meaker equalised with a superb solo effort.

Despite making most of the early running, Abingdon United were beaten 2-0 by visiting Hungerford Town.

On 20 minutes, John Boardman got on the end of a free-kick and drove the ball home at the far post.

In the second half, keeper James Foster saved Abingdon again as the visitors attacked.

In the 69th minute, a short corner that was flicked home by Mark Draycott.

A 69th-minute strike from substitute Naveed Arshad saw Halesowen edge out North Leigh 1-0.

The Millers were without injured striker Matty Taylor on a pitch described as “appalling”.