Barton United roared to top spot in the Premier League by thumping strugglers Freeland Yeoman 15-0 in the Critchleys Upper Thames Valley League, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

Jamie McCuaig scored six for the visitors, and there were also trebles for Luke Cuff and Craig Dean, with Luke Day, Benji Cuff and Tom Payne completing the demolition job.

In Division 1, promotion-chasers Sporting Headington Academicals and North Oxford Conservative Club shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Ally Shand’s goal for the hosts was cancelled out by a Dean Doyle strike for North Oxford.

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Elliot O’Brien struck five times for Railway Wheatley as they won an entertaining match 8-5 at home to The Village Inn.

Henry Marriot notched a brace and Seb Warner also scored for the hosts, with Marcelo Guilherme (2), Robert Lee, Aaron Stockford and David Murphy replying.

Jimmy Devine, Steve Washington and Craig Watts scored as Forest Hill eased to a 3-0 home win over bottom club White Horse Abingdon.

Cholsey United went top of Division 2 with a 3-1 home victory over promotion rivals New Club.

David Norris, Liam Woods and Louis Chainey scored Cholsey’s goals, with Chris Kent replying.

Free-scoring BSSC Abba are up to second following a comprehensive 7-0 thrashing of Sutton Wanderers.

Michael Trafford hit a hat-trick for the visitors, Mark Goode bagged a brace, with Jimmy Deabill and Jimmy Watts also netting for the visitors.

A depleted Watlington Town were hammered 9-0 at Standlake Garage.

Josh White fired a five-timer, Mev Gundem scored twice, with Gary Atkinson and Garion Clark also finding the net.

Sutton Courtenay Rovers top Division 3 after a 10-1 triumph over North Oxford Res.

Michael Kent, Marcus Huth and Tom Larnam netted braces, with Matt Piper, Rob Bateman, Mitchell Arnam and Jake Willis also scoring for the visitors.

Linden Carrols provided North’s lone reply.

Jonathan James’s hat-trick earned JET a 3-3 draw at home to Milton Midgets.

James Carlini’s brace and a Luke Mitchell strike made sure it finished all-square.

Goals from Darren Hutchins and Dean Pavely weren't enough for Great Western Park as they went down 6-2 at home to Checkendon Exiles.

The visitors claimed a comfortable victory thanks to a brace from Tom Bonner, plus Dan Carter, Jack Read-Wilson, Dave Woodley and James Mogford goals.

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