Weekend football round-up

PUBLISHED: 10:39 16 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:27 06 May 2010

Aaron Cavill put Hitchin Town ahead after 15 minutes of their Southern League Premier Division clash at Banbury United, but his strike was cancelled out just two minutes later. Banbury took the lead from the penalty spot but leading scorer Josh Sozzo earn

Aaron Cavill put Hitchin Town ahead after 15 minutes of their Southern League Premier Division clash at Banbury United, but his strike was cancelled out just two minutes later. Banbury took the lead from the penalty spot but leading scorer Josh Sozzo earned a point for The Canaries.

In the Division One East, Arlesey Town went down 1-0 at home to promotion chasers Corby Town, Clarke scoring for the visitors on the half hour.

Eagle Bitter United Counties League Premier Division leaders Potton United came from a goal down to beat strugglers Long Buckby 2-1, Ben L'Honore equalising in the second half before Wes Byrne's late winner.

And Stotfold put on a five star show to beat bottom club Harrowby United 5-1. Richard Pringle and Paul Harrington eachs cored twice and Ady Bascombe was also on target.

In the South Midlands League Premier Division Biggleswade United pulled off a surprise 2-1 win at fourth placed Hanwell Town . Keith Thomas opened the scoring for United five minutes before the break but Hanwell were back on terms just a minute later. Russ Kane won the points for the visitors 10 minutes from time.

United's neighbours Biggleswade Town couldn't make it a double, though. They went down 3-1 at home to leaders Oxford City.

Wayne Goldsmith gave Langford the lead in the second half of their home match with Leverstock Green before the visitors hit back with two goals to take the points.

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