ALL three Oxfordshire teams playing in the Buildbase FA Trophy on Saturday bowed out at the second qualifying round stage.

Banbury United lost 2-0 at home to Hayes & Yeading, while Thame United went down 5-2 at Royston Town and a depleted Didcot Town were beaten 3-0 away to Folkestone Invicta.

Mike Ford’s Banbury side produced a disappointing display and fell to a goal in each half from their Isthmian League Division 1 opponents.

The Puritans were unlucky not to take an early lead when Steve Diggin’s superb volley was superbly tipped on to the bar by Jack Smith.

However, the visitors took the lead in the 33rd minute when Toby Litten’s cross was turned home by Lee Barney.

They doubled their advantage two minutes after half-time when a Scott Bridges free-kick was headed home by Roddy Collins.

Banbury pushed forward in a bid to get back in the game, but the visitors comfortably held firm to book their place in the next round.

Thame United went ahead against Royston when Lyndon Goss fired home in the 13th minute.

But the hosts levelled three minutes later through David Mooney and he went on to complete a first-half hat-trick with further goals in the 36th and 42nd minutes.

An own goal made it 4-1 on 55 minutes, and Spyros Mentis scored No 5 with 11 minutes from time.

Thame did pull one back through Liam Tack seven minutes from time, but the damage had been done.

Didcot Town were missing eight of their regular first-team squad as they were well beaten at Folkestone.

The visitors got off to the worst-possible start when Kane Rowland fired past stand-in goalkeeper Matt Crowther in just the third minute.

Brandon Taverner should have levelled for the Railwaymen, but his effort was blocked when he raced through on goal, and Callum McNish’s follow-up was cleared off the line.

Folkestone doubled their lead on the half-hour when a dangerous cross was diverted into the net by Didcot captain Adam Learoyd.

Learoyd had a chance to halve the deficit before the break as Seth Humphries free-kick found him unmarked but couldn’t direct the header towards goal.

Didcot’s Seth Humphries then saw a powerful strike head for the net, only to be miraculously cleared off the line by Finn O’Mara.

But Folkestone sealed the win and progressed to the first round as they won a penalty which Ian Draycott stepped up and fired past Crowther.

Kidlington and North Leigh remain in the bottom two positions in the Evo-Stik South League Division 1 Central table after both suffering weekend defeats.

North Leigh went down 5-1 at home to Bromsgrove Sporting, while Kidlington were beaten 2-0 at Coleshill Town.

Table-toppers Bromsgrove proved too strong for the Millers, taking a 2-0 half-time lead thanks to Jason Cowley’s double.

Henry Landers pulled a goal back for North Leigh on the hour mark to give the hosts hope.

But Jake Heath made it 3-1 and two goals from Richard Gregory, one of which was from the penalty spot, handed the visitors a convincing victory.

North Leigh: Cavanagh, Linford-Pill, Simms, Tutton, Brown, Peart, James (Pin 74), Siyando, Seacole, Landers (Saunders 83), Alabi. Subs not used: Gunn, Stevens.

Attendance: 177.

Despite a superb performance from goalkeeper Sam Warrell, basement side Kidlington proved no match for Coleshill.

Without several fine saves from the No 1, the scoreline would have been much worse for Julian McCalmon’s side.

Two superb first-half stops from Warrell kept the game goalless at

half-time, Elliott Osborne-Ricketts having Kidlington’s only chance.

Bradley Singh went close for the visitors soon after the restart, before Coleshill took the lead when Gio Dainty headed home from a corner.

Another fine save from Warrell kept Kidlington in the game, but their hopes of snatching a point were ended 15 minutes from time when George Washborne fired home.

Elliott Osborne-Ricketts and

Tommy Castle went close to pulling a goal back late on, but neither could find the net.

Kidlington: Warrell, Quainton (Tooke 82), Castle, Bernasconi, Franklin, Stanbridge (williams 63), Benjamin, Osborne-Ricketts, Odhiambo, Singh (Willoughby 63), Thorne. Subs not used: Organ, Urquart.

Attendance: 139.