NORTH Leigh moved off the bottom of the Division 1 Central table after scoring twice in injury time to beat Kempston Rovers 3-1.

The Millers have climbed above local rivals Kidlington, who lost 1-0 at home to Thame United, on goal difference, closing the gap to safety to three points.

Roger James and George Seacole struck in the 91st and 94th minutes respectively to see off Kempston and end a six-match winless run in the Evo-Stik South League.

The Millers had led at the break, thanks to Harry Grant’s 33rd-minute strike.

Kempston equalised just three minutes into the second half, when Josh Crawley volleyed home.

But North Leigh were not to be denied and James made it 2-1 in the first minute of injury time, before Seacole volleyed home No 3.

Jamie Essex’s third-minute goal proved the difference as Thame earned a 1-0 win at Kidlington to move into the play-off places.

The victory saw Mark West’s side climb to fourth, while the hosts were unable to take their chances as they slipped to the foot of the table.

Didcot Town dropped to fifth, but remain in the play-offs after they were involved in more late drama when earning a 3-3 draw at Sutton Coldfield Town.

The Railwaymen trailed 2-0 and 3-2 before Callum McNish’s 83rd-minute screamer rescued a point.

Kyle Delaney and Jonathan Letford fired Sutton into a 2-0 lead at the break.

But Didcot were level after eight minutes of the second half.

McNish struck on 47 minutes, before Lance Williams nodded home.

Sutton retook the lead on 68 minutes when Alex Moore’s shot went straight through the hands of Leigh Bedwell.

But McNish curled a superb effort into the net from outside the box with seven minutes to go to earn Didcot a point.

Ravi Shamsi and Steve Diggin scored in stoppage-time as Banbury United beat Alvechurch 3-1 at home in Premier Division Central.

Greg Kaziboni put the Puritans ahead, but the visitors made it 1-1 at half-time, thanks to Mitch Botfield.

Alvechurch were reduced to ten men when Dave Bellis was sent off.

Banbury piled on the pressure and they were rewarded when Shamsi and Diggin struck in the 92nd and 94th minutes respectively.