ABBA closed the gap at the top of Critchleys UTV League Division 2 to just three points with their 5-1 win at home to Abingdon Exiles, writes MATTHEW HARDY.

Steff Lang bagged a treble with Mark Goode adding two more.

John Woolhouse scored the Exiles’ solitary goal.

Nathan Ball smashed in a hat-trick as Dilly United thumped bottom of the table Great Western Park 8-0 in Division 3.

Kieran Cochran notched twice, alongside goals from Dale Truby, Steve Caddick and William Jones.

Sutton Courtenay Rovers opened up a nine-point lead at the top of the table with a 3-0 home success against JET.

Goals from Michael Kent, Tom Larman and another from Marcus Hooke did the job for the leaders.

Third-placed Milton Midgets were surprisingly beaten 2-1 at home to Watlington Town, ending their four-match winning streak in the league.

Peter Arbuthnott was on target for the hosts, but goals from Camden Laver and Patrick Isitt ensured the visitors went home with all three points.

Barton United secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Hedley Toms Cup with a 5-1 win over AFC Jericho in Group A.

Drew Fowler, Aftab Hafiz, Luke Cuff, Jamie McCuaig and Brodie Edmunds were on target for the hosts in a fine all-round display.

Kyle Pullen’s strike proved in vain for Jericho.

A Matt Wigley hat-trick secured Forest Hill’s passage through.

Wigley’s treble helping his side to an emphatic 7-1 demolition of White Horse Abingdon to book their place in the last eight.

Lewis Gerring scored twice and there were also goals for Dave Kay and Steve West.

Ashley Brown’s goal proved no consolation for White Horse.

The New Club roared into the semi-finals of the Devenney Cup with a 6-2 victory at Woodstock Wanderers.

Sennan Simmons scored a double for Woodstock, but a hat-trick from Roland Nuzi, as well as goals from Aaron Laman, Jake Lewis and Darren Smith saw the visitors go through in some style.