THAME United and North Leigh picked up their first points of the season after a 2-2 draw in their derby.

The visitors twice led in last night’s BetVictor Southern League Division 1 Central clash, but Thame hit back for a share of the spoils thanks to goals from Matthew Peake-Pijnen and Dan West.

North Leigh led through Tyriq Hunte’s strike in the 36th minute.

Peake-Pijnen levelled just past the hour mark, before the Millers missed a great chance to retake the lead when Jordy Ngathe saw his penalty saved by Craig Hill four minutes later.

However, North Leigh did go 2-1 up when Ben Brown converted Callum McNish’s free-kick.

But Thame equalised two minutes later through West to snatch a draw.

Didcot Town, Wantage Town and Kidlington all remain pointless after another defeat.

Didcot fell to a 3-1 defeat at home to AFC Dunstable, their goal coming from Mark Francis’s late penalty.

Strikes from Ken Feyi and Sonny French condemned Wantage to a 2-0 home defeat to Aylesbury United.

Kidlington lost 4-1 at Halesowen Town, Brad Singh scoring their goal 20 minutes from time.