AFC Jericho went level on points with Critchleys Upper Thames Valley League's Premier League leaders Barton United after a 7-1 home win over Iffley Harriers, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

James Collins and Marley Joseph grabbed braces, with an own goal, and strikes from Anthony Simpson and Ben Curtis completing the rout.

North Oxford Conservative Club top Division 1 after a 7-1 home victory over The Village Inn.

Joey Beauchamp grabbed four goals, with Richard Wells, Joe Murphy and Dean Doyle joining him on the scoresheet. Colin Royall replied.

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Woodstock Wanderers had Steve Dennett’s goals to thank for their 2-0 win at Forest Hill, which keeps them level on points with North Oxford.

Railway Wheatley swept aside visitors Green Tree Wallingford 11-0.

Henry Marriot got four, Ashley Butress three, Chris Peck two and Danny Normington and Tom Williams one each.

Hosts Northway and Sporting Headington drew 4-4.

Northway netted through Oshane Tulloch (2), Martino Ventriglez and Robert Hatt, with Peter Lefort (2), Max Barton and Dave Hunter responding.

A Shane Probitts treble saw BSSC ABBA go top of Division 2 with a 5-2 home win over Cholsey United.

Michael Trafford and Jimmy Deabill also netted for ABBA, with Liam and Danny Woods replying.

Aaron Williams fired a five-timer in Northway Res’s 12-1 win at bottom club Exeter Rangers.

Daniel Smith hit a hat-trick, and braces from Ryan Barnett and Ryan White completed Rangers’ misery.

Chris Stringer fired a four-timer as Sutton Wanderers cruised past fellow strugglers Standlake Garage 8-3.

Mike James and Lewis James bagged braces, with Tim Senior, Mev Gundem and Josh White on target for Standlake.

John McMahon ran riot with eight goals in Golden Ball’s 14-0 demolition of North Oxford Res in Division 3.

Noel Fox (2), Ben Kerry (2), Dan Bradley and Rob Cattell also netted for the hosts.

Sutton Courtenay Rovers stayed top with a 5-4 home win over Watlington Town Res.

Charlie Silkstone hit a hat-trick for Watlington and Patrick Issitt also netted, but Rovers took the points thanks to Michael Kent (2), Mitchell Larman, Tom Rackley and Dean Simons.

Jon James fired a four-timer in JET’s 12-1 thumping of Great Western Park.

George Hoareau and Rob Padbury bagged hat-tricks, with Ba’lint Szucs adding a brace. Anthony Knott provided Park’s lone reply.

Milton Midgets eased to a 6-2 win at home to Checkendon Exiles.

Thom Airs, Justin Hemsley, James Carlini, Peter Arbuthnott, John-Paul Doyle and Chris Kerry netted with Andre Satnik and David Woolley scoring for Exiles.

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