TEN-MAN Didcot Town moved up to fourth place despite conceding two late goals in a 3-3 draw at home to Welwyn Garden City.

The Railwaymen led 3-1 with eight minutes to go in the Evo-Stik South League Division 1 Central clash, before Daniel Bond halved the deficit and Stuart Zanone levelled in stoppage time.

Callum McNish put Didcot ahead on 24 minutes.

But Ollie Thomas was shown a straight red card on 40 minutes as the hosts had to settle for a one-goal lead at the break.

Sam Barder’s penalty doubled their advantage a minute after the restart, before Zanone replied.

McNish’s deflected effort made it 3-1 to Didcot with 19 minutes to go.

But the visitors fought back, Bond cutting the deficit on 82 minutes before Zanone equalised in the 93rd minute.

Thame United remain outside of the play-offs on goal difference after a 3-0 defeat at home to Sutton Coldfield Town.

James Hurst and Ryan Nesbitt fired the visitors into a 2-0 lead at half-time.

Max McNulty then completed the scoring on 75 minutes.

North Leigh remain rooted to the bottom after suffering a 4-0 defeat at Dunstable Town.

Doubles from Arel Amu and Saul Williams extended the Millers’ winless run to six games.

The side are now six points adrift of safety after Aylesbury’s draw against Coleshill Town.

That result did not help second-bottom Kidlington either as they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Bedford Town.

Goals from Anthony Mendy and Tremayne Charles proved the difference as Julian McCalmon’s side find themselves three points from safety.

Banbury United fell to back-to-back defeats in Premier Division Central, when losing 2-0 at Halesowen Town.

Daniel Sweeney and Lee Hughes scored for the hosts.