NORTH Leigh bagged the bank holiday Evo-Stik South League derby bragging rights after beating Didcot Town 2-0 at Eynsham Park.

George Seacole and Noah Alabi were on target to lift the Millers above their Oxfordshire rivals in the Division 1 Central table.

The hosts, looking to shrug off Saturday’s FA Cup defeat, got off to a dream start.

Just five minutes were on the clock when Seacole drilled in the opening goal.

The feisty clash saw some meaty challenges, with five Didcot players cautioned.

Callum McNish forced a smart save from North Leigh goalkeeper Luke Sanders before the break, while early in the second half he was denied by a brave block on the line from Josh Pinn.

Substitute Aaron Woodley grazed the top of the crossbar from 20 yards as the visitors pushed for an equaliser.

But instead, Alabi doubled the lead on 73 minutes, shooting low after a solo run.

Didcot’s day was summed up by a late strike from Brett Gardner which hit the inside of a post but stayed out.

Andy Gledhill’s effort separated the sides as Thame United won 1-0 at Aylesbury United to go top of the table.

The 26th-minute effort decided a game of few clear chances, with the hosts’ goalkeeper dismissed late on for bringing down Aston Goss outside the box.

It sealed a third league win out of three for Mark West’s men, who are top on goals scored.

Kidlington remain rooted to the bottom after their miserable start continued with a 3-0 home defeat to Kempston Rovers.

Liam Carroll was sent off for the hosts in the second half for two bookable offences.

Greg Kazibone opened the scoring in front of a big crowd at Banbury United, but they had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Stratford Town in Premier Division Central.

The unbeaten Puritans, watched by a 630-strong crowd, were ahead in the 15th minute via a low 20-yard effort from Kazibone.

After the visitors had a goal disallowed for offside, Lewis Gabbidon’s header was brilliantly tipped over by Stratford’s Nathan Vaughan.

It proved crucial, as 15 minutes from time ex-Banbury man Nabil Shariff slotted home from the penalty spot.