MID-table Moreton Rangers suffered a disappointing 2-0 home defeat to Ramblers in Gloucestershire Northern Senior Football League Division One.

Premier Division Witney and District FA League Premier DIvision leaders Carterton picked up a 4-1 win over Chipping Norton Town to maintain their seven-point lead.

Jason Lonsdale (2), Tommy Burns and a Mike Bolt penalty cancelled out Keiran Watts' consolation for Chippy.

Kingham faced Nomads at the bottom of Division One and neither side will be satisfied with the point they earned in their 2-2 draw.

Ash Thornton and Ian Widdows scored for Kingham with Darren Craig bagging both for Nomads.

Both Kingham and Nomads sit four points from safety but with a couple of games in hand.

At the top of the table, leaders Bourton Rovers were held to a 1-1 draw by North Leigh.

Adam Webley scored for the hosts with North Leigh’s Lee Mosley bringing parity to the scoreline.

Bourton Rovers Reserves are now six points from safety in Division Three as they went down 4-2 to Chipping Norton Town Reserves.

Sam Philpott (2), Connor Ladbrook and Jarvis Morely all scored for the hosts with Matt Winters getting both for Bourton.

In Division Four, Steve Harris scored a hat-trick for Wychwood Forest as they eased to a 6-1 win over Kingham Reserves.

Daren Davenport (2) and Ben Powell scored the hosts' remaining goals with Alex Stringer netting for Kingham.