OLIVER Sanderson scored on debut as Oxford City edged out Salisbury in the Emirates FA Cup.

The 18-year-old striker went straight into the starting XI after his loan move from Fulham was announced before kick-off.

Sanderson and Klaidi Lolos both went close in the first half of the second qualifying round tie, but City would not be denied for long.

The teenager broke the deadlock just before the hour mark, beating the offside trap and finishing one-on-one.

Lewis Coyle doubled the lead two minutes later when he fired home emphatically from Zac McEachran’s pass.

Dan Fitchett pulled a goal back for the Pitching In Southern League Premier South outfit in stoppage-time, but City held on.

Elsewhere, North Leigh fell victim to a stunning second-half comeback as Plymouth Parkway reached the third qualifying round.

Goals from Luke Carnell and Roger James put the Millers in charge at the break, but Billy Palfrey pulled one back ten minutes after the restart.

Jared Lewington made it 2-2 midway through the half and both sides had chances to win it – only for Parkway to snatch victory late on.

Ben Seymour was the visitors’ hero, lifting the ball over Adam North in the third minute of stoppage-time to seal a 3-2 triumph.

Kidlington climbed to second in Pitching In Southern League Division 1 Central with a 1-0 win at Walthamstow.

Billy Gillett converted Lucas Northover’s cut-back in the eighth minute to give the Yarnton Road outfit victory in east London.

Dan Comer made a great block in the second half to preserve the points for Kidlington, who are only below leaders Ware on goal difference after winning four of their first five games.

Meanwhile, Thame United had an afternoon to forget at Biggleswade.

The hosts deservedly led 1-0 at the break and doubled the lead four minutes after the restart.

Any hopes of a comeback were extinguished by Greg Hackett’s red card 14 minutes from time, with the 2-0 defeat leaving Thame ninth in the table.