Northway Res engineered an incredible Devenney Cup shock with just nine men as they won 2-1 at Critchleys UTV League Premier Division side AFC Valley, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

The visitors were unable to field a full team and fell behind after ten minutes to Chris Shabab.

The Division 2 side looked destined for a first-round exit until Ryan Barnett equalised in the 89th minute, before capping a remarkable comeback when Aaron Williams struck in the final minute of added time.

Premier Division side Barton United cruised to a 7-1 win at Golden Ball, of Division 3.

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Luke Cuff, Craig Dean and (first name?) Green hit doubles and Tom Payne also netted, with John McMahon getting the consolation.

North Oxford Conservative Club Res won 3-1 at fellow Division 3 side JET FC 3-1, thanks to goals from Zak Harrison, Lyndon Cowles and Jake Smart, with Jonathan James replying.

The New Club were comfortable 3-0 winners at The Village Inn.

Curtis Lane hit a brace, with John Shaw also on target.

In the Premier Division, AFC Jericho scored their first goal of the season and went top with a 1-0 victory at Freeland Yeoman.

Marley Joseph hit the winner for the visitors, who had received two walkovers earlier in the campaign.

Tim Wright and Conor Paton gave Sporting Headington Academicals a 2-0 success over visitors White Horse Abingdon in Division 1.

Exeter Rangers and Sutton Wanderers shared eight goals in a Division 2 thriller.

Denell Steele scored twice, with Matt Pearce and Chris Fennell also notching for Rangers, but a double apiece from Phil Stringer and Aaron Colley ensured the away side claimed a point.

Hosts Dilly United edged out Watlington Town 4-3 in Division 3, with Dale Truby scoring twice alongside efforts from Kieran Cochrane and Steve Caddick.

Town’s goals came from Charlie Silkstone (2) and Andrew Griffiths.

Michael Kent hit a hat-trick as Sutton Courtenay Rovers won 6-2 at home to Milton Midgets.

Dean Simons, Rob Bateman and Marcus Hooke were also on target for Rovers, with Brian Kerry and James Carlini replying.

Goals from Richard Walker, Josh Haynes, Graham Bettles, Andy Aldington, Mike Hooton and Ben Parry saw Abingdon Exiles through to second the Berks & Bucks Sunday Junior Cup, beating Parklife Rovers of the Newbury Sunday League 6-2.

BSSC Abba beat Great Western Park 11-0 in the Ridgeway Cup.

Shane Probitts bagged four goals, Mark Nicholl hit a hat-trick, Michael Trafford notched a brace and there were also strikes from Mark Goode and Jimmy Deabill.

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