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Banbury United manager Fuller goes
11:00am Wednesday 5th September 2012 in Sport
Ady Fuller and assistant Paul Lamb have been replaced by a new managment team at Banbury United.
The new trio of Edwin Stein, Jed McCrory and Paul West took over before Tuesday night’s Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division 1-1 draw against Bideford.
Banbury went ahead on the hour when Adam Confue fired home and the points looked assured as the match entered time added on, but Connor Clifford snatched an equaliser.
Abingdon United shocked Division 1 South & West leaders Winchester 1-0, inflicting their first defeat of the season.
Luke Carnell and Anton Small went close in the first half, but the only goal came on 65 minutes when Carnell converted a twice-taken penalty.
Didcot Town shared the points with Wimborne in a 2-2 thriller at Loop Meadow.
Jamie Davidson fired the visitors ahead with a 30-yard piledriver and after Nathan Petrah-Anna had hit the inside of a post for Didcot, they levelled through James Clark in the 47th minute.
Tom Jeffs’s speculative cross deceived keeper Marco Belloli to put Wimborne 2-1 up, but justice was done on 72 minutes when Morgan Williams snatched Didcot’s equaliser.
North Leigh had to come from behind to see off Sholing 3-1 at Eynsham Park.
After a goalless first half, Mike Carter fired the visitors ahead on 51 minutes, but a Tom Franklin header, Keiron Sanders’s rocket and Stuart Hole’s penalty earned North Leigh a deserved win.