NORTH Leigh ended a four-match losing run as they battled back from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 draw at local rivals Didcot Town in the Evo-Stik South League.

Henry Landers and George Seacole scored as the Millers, bottom of Division 1 Central, picked up a valuable point in yesterday’s derby clash.

The result does, however, still keep the Railwaymen in the play-off places on goal difference.

Didcot headed into the fixture on a three-match winning run and looked set to extend their hot streak when they raced into a 2-0 lead after 23 minutes.

Lance Williams scored twice in the space of six minutes against his former club, slotting home his first on 17 minutes, before then volleying in a fine second.

But the Millers reduced the deficit to 2-1 at the break after Landers found the net.

And the west Oxfordshire side levelled on 54 minutes, when Seacole’s deflected shot wrong-footed goalkeeper Leigh Bedwell.

Williams was denied his hat-trick by Millers stopper Eddie Cavanagh as the sides could not be separated.

Dan West hit a late winner as Thame United came from behind to beat Aylesbury United 2-1 at home.

Saturday’s defeat to Berkhamstead saw Mark West’s side slip out of the play-off places.

But victory saw them close back in on the top five.

Aylesbury took the lead on 19 minutes through Tre Mitford, but West equalised for Thame.

And the goalscorer headed over just before the break as the hosts had to settle for being level at the break.

West then saw his free-kick tipped over, before Duran Martin’s shot deflected wide.

But they finally found the breakthrough on 87 minutes, when West netted his second.

Kidlington remain in the bottom two after they suffered a 3-2 defeat at fellow strugglers Kempston Rovers despite leading 2-0.

Julian McCalmon’s side were in control after 50 minutes, thanks to strikes from Anaclet Odhiambo and Joshua Tooke.

But Kempston hit back with three goals in the space of 19 second-half minutes.

Izale McLeod (2) and Scott Joseph scored to inflict back-to-back defeats on Kidlington.

Banbury United’s eight-match unbeaten run came to an end in a 2-1 defeat at Stratford Town.

The loss leaves the Puritans four points adrift of the play-off places in Premier Division Central.

Christopher Cox put Stratford in front after only three minutes.

Banbury hit back after the break, thanks to Ravi Shamsi’s effort, but Wilson Carvalho struck the match-winner on 66 minutes.