THAME United booked their place in the next round of the Buildbase FA Trophy after a 4-2 victory over Bristol Manor Farm on Saturday.

Mark West’s side secured their spot in today’s draw thanks to goals from Lynton Goss (2), Jamie Essex and Harry Scott in their first qualifying round clash.

Essex fired Thame ahead on nine minutes, only for Troy Simpson to level.

Goss hit his first of the game to put the hosts back in front, but the sides were all-square at the break when Owen Howe equalised.

Thame went back in front six minutes after the break when Scott scored, and Goss made the victory safe with his second, before Howe saw red for the visitors.

Didcot Town and Banbury United are also in the hat, but must both

come through replays tomorrow night.

Didcot were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Mangotsfield United.

The Railwaymen took the lead on 25 minutes when Luke Carnell scored at the second attempt.

Didcot keeper Leigh Bedwell was then forced to make a number of fine saves to keep his side ahead as the visitors pushed forward.

And their efforts were rewarded when Luke Spokes equalised with 14 minutes to go to earn a replay.

Banbury were denied victory over Swindon Supermarine when the hosts equalised with just four minutes remaining.

Giorgio Rasulo had fired Mike Ford’s side ahead in first half injury time.

But Bradley Gray levelled from 25 yards to leave honours even at 1-1.

  • NORTH Leigh suffered a sixth straight defeat in the Evo-Stik South League Division 1 Central when going down 3-0 at Sutton Coldfield Town.

Ryan Nesbitt opened the scoring for the hosts after just eight minutes catching the Millers defence sleeping and firing home after a great through ball.

The striker went on to complete a first-half hat-trick, scoring twice more in a minute to make the game safe.

North Leigh came to life after the break, with George Seacole and Henry Landers going close.

But it was Sutton Coldfield who looked the more likely to score again, hitting the crossbar on three separate occasions on their way to a convincing success.