DIVISION ONE SOUTH AND WEST: Uxbridge 2 Abingdon United 0
Uxbridge recorded their second consecutive win with midfielder Wayne Carter the star of the show at Honeycroft on Saturday.
The game was only a few minutes old when a poor clearance by Abindon goal-keeper Sam Warrell almost presented Lee Tunnell with an early chance.
However, in the 13th minute David Lawrence netted his first goal for Uxbridge when he steered the ball home after Warrell had saved from Tunnell.
Uxbridge almost doubled their lead when Tunnell was inches away from putting away a Mark Nicholls cross.
At the other end, Paul McCarthy kept out a Ryan Curtin effort and then Carter had an opportunity to get himself on the scoresheet but he poked his shot against the foot of the post.
Abindon could have equalised as Anaclet Odhiambo fired a great drive across McCarthy and just wide, and then Luke Holden had an effort ruled out for off-side.
The second half got off to a great start for Uxbridge when on 50 minuters they went 2-0 up.
David Thomas sent over a perfect cross and Carter outjumped his marker to head home.
Thomas then had an effort bravely blocked by Warrell while at the other end Holden set up Micheas Herbert, but he curled his shot wide.
Reds' substitute David Warner volleyed over the bar and was then denied a penalty when it appeared his shirt was tugged by an Abingdon defender.
Uxbridge continued to look the more dangerous side and Johnnie Dyer hit the post in injury time as Tony Choules's side picked up their second successive three point haul.
DIVISION ONE SOUTH AND WEST: North Leigh 2 AFC Hayes 1
TWO second half goals saw AFC Hayes slip to another defeat at North Leigh, and they remain in the bottom three.
With a number of changes to the side AFCstarted off slowly, and the home side should have been ahead inside the first five minutes.
However, on 30 minutes AFC took the lead when Dave Clark found Chakaodza and he cut inside and fired in a 30 yard shot which gave the North Leigh keeper no chance.
AFC continued to ride their luck and went in at the interval ahead.
Despite carving out several early chances, AFC found themselves under pressure early in the second half, and on 63 minutes North Leigh were given a route back into the match.
Perierra tripped a North Leigh attacker and Simms converted the resultant spot kick despite AFC keeper Pietka getting a hand to the ball.
North Leigh then completed their comeback 10 minutes from time when the appropriately named Hope scored to give them a victory they just about deserved.