ZAC McEachran had a day to remember as he helped Oxford City take another step towards the Vanarama National League South

play-offs at Dulwich Hamlet.

The midfielder marked his 200th appearance for the club with the opening goal midway through the second half and top-scorer Joe Iaciofano doubled the lead three minutes later.

The 2-0 victory over a play-off contender means sixth-placed City are ten points clear of the three teams below them with six games left this season.

Both sides had chances in a fast start to the contest, with Ben Dudzinski saving from Ronnie Vint and Charlie Grainger thwarting McEachran.

Ross Jenkins gave a full debut to Queens Park Rangers loanee Hamzad Kargbo and the striker sent a wicked cross into the box midway through the first half, with Iaciofano inches away from making contact.

The 20-year-old forced a good save from Grainger two minutes after the break, before Reece Fleet fired over after the goalkeeper saved from Iaciofano.

It was all to play for, but City took control in a clinical spell.

McEachran drove into the penalty area and found the bottom corner to make it 1-0 after 66 minutes.

With Dulwich reeling, Iaciofano showed great composure to score City’s second with a calm finish.

The visitors almost had a third ten minutes from time when Vint cleared off the line, but they had already done enough.

BANBURY United are showing no signs of slowing down after sealing the Pitching In Southern League Premier Central title last weekend.

The Puritans won 6-2 at Barwell to move to 93 points for the season.

Chris Wreh, Jack Stevens and Morgan Roberts all scored either side of half-time after the hosts had battled back from 2-0 down to level.

North Leigh are now three points off the Division 1 Central play-off places after losing 3-0 at home to Hertford Town.

Leigh Bedwell saved a late penalty as Didcot Town won 2-1 at Biggleswade, George Jeacock and Josh Hedges scoring their goals.

Kidlington lost 4-2 at Harlow Town, Thame United went down 1-0 at St Neots Town and Wantage Town were beaten 1-0 by Colney Heath.