NORTH Leigh and Kidlington’s battle to avoid relegation will go down to the final weekend of the season after both teams yesterday missed the chance to secure their Division 1 Central safety.

The Millers conceded an 85th minute equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Kempston Rovers in the Evo-Stik South League.

Kidlington’s derby clash at Thame United ended goalless.

Both sides remain outside of the relegation zone, but Aylesbury and Dunstable Town are within two points of safety with just one game to go.

North Leigh broke the deadlock on 50 minutes, substitute Tyriq Hunte scoring from close range.

The Millers were on the verge of sealing South League football next season, but Dean Dummett levelled from a corner with five minutes to go.

Kidlington and Thame created plenty of opportunities, but neither could find a breakthrough at the ASM Stadium.

Anaclet Odhiambo did hit the back of the net for the visitors, but his 70th-minute effort was ruled out for offside.

Didcot Town’s play-off fate is now out of their hands after a 1-1 draw at home to rivals Sutton Coldfield Town.

The Railwaymen led 1-0 at the break when Pablo Haysham’s 12th-minute shot was fumbled into the net by the visiting goalkeeper.

But Sutton Coldfield equalised on 59 minutes through Jonathan Letford.

Both sides pressed for a winner and Callum McNish flashed a shot wide for Didcot, but they were forced to settle for a draw leaving them two points behind fifth-placed Sutton Coldfield with one game remaining.

Banbury United extended their unbeaten run to five games when drawing 1-1 at Alvechurch in Premier Division Central.

Amer Awadh’s volley put the Puritans in front on 12 minutes, but former Oxford United striker James Roberts equalised three minutes later.