GOALKEEPER Jason Conder sensationally scored two late goals to hand the New Club a 4-2 home victory over Sutton Wanderers in Critchleys UTV League Division 2, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

Aaron Colley and Michael Steers goals for the visitors had been cancelled out by efforts from Nathan Price and Antony Clarke before Conder was sent up front to score the decisive goals.

Standlake Garage moved out of the relegation zone with a vintage 9-2 victory over basement boys Exeter Rangers.

Mev Gundem scored a treble and Charlie Cooke and Thomas Bezdecny both snared braces, with Sebastian White and Michael Overden also finding the back of the net.

Carl Bowen and Chris Thorne both scored for Rangers.

North Oxford Conservative Club Res dealt a crucial blow at the bottom of Division 3, beating bottom side Great Western Park 5-0 to move six points clear of their rivals.

Michael O’Shea bagged a hat-trick for his side, with Lindon Carrols and Jamie Ward adding the others to give the home side just their second victory of the season.

Sutton Courtenay Rovers moved six points clear at the top of the table with a 4-2 win at home to Dilly United.

Daniel Summer, Danny Worrallo, Craig Davies and Marcus Hooke netted for the leaders, while Dale Truby and Kieran Cochrane scored Dilly’s goals.

A goal in each half from Chris Kerry gave Milton Midgets a 2-0 home victory over JET.

Sporting Headington Academicals and Railway Wheatley played out a thrilling 5-5 draw in Group B of the Hedley Toms/Michael Brown Memorial Trophy.

Sporting raced into a three-goal lead inside five minutes, thanks to goals from Max Burton, Tim Wright and Kris Hindaugh, but the visitors replied spectacularly to take the lead themselves with two goals apiece for Henry Marriott and Seb Warner.

Dave Hooton levelled again before the break and Hindaugh then netted a second to equalise once more after Dan Normington had restored Railway’s lead.

Michal Filipowicz grabbed three goals for Zubry, but it was not enough to seal victory as they were held to a 4-4 draw at Iffley Harriers.

Rob Goodwin, Dominic Talpot, Winston Gallagher and Chris Morgan all notched for Iffley and Cieran Clance scored an own goal for Zubry’s fourth.

Jamie McCuaig notched a hat-trick and Luke Cuff scored twice as Barton United eased to a 7-1 victory at Woodstock Wanderers in Group A.

Drew Fowler and Benji Cuff also scored for Barton, with Steve Foreman netting the home side’s goal.

Carl Bloomfield struck four times as Blackbird won 6-3 at the Village Inn in the only fixture played in Group C.

The hosts led twice when David Murphy and Michael Hinkin beat goalkeeper Darren Kinch, but both were cancelled out by Bloomfield.

His half got even better, completing a hat-trick before the interval to put Blackbird in front for the first time.

The visitors remained on top after the restart and went further in front with a long range effort from Craig Bloomfield, who fired in past stranded goalkeeper Colin Fell.

Hinkin pulled one back, but goals from Yassine Lamzini and a fourth for Carl Bloomfield sealed it.