BOURTON Rovers quickly turned the tables to snare a 2-1 Cotswold derby triumph over Moreton Rangers.

The Rissington Road outfit had been reeling when Joe Jarvis pounced from a corner seven minutes after half-time to give the visitors something to hold on to.

But Bourton left Rangers with no time to settle, notching twice in the seven minutes that followed through Connor Teague and Keegan Bowes.

Rovers ran the game early on with good spells on the ball while Moreton remained content to soak up the pressure and try to strike from set-pieces.

Teague was the danger man for the hosts but could not find a breakthrough and the failure to clear a corner resulted in Jarvis bundling in.

Conceding seemed to bring out the best in Rovers and Harry Larner's ball was met by Teague who drove home from 12 yards.

And with Bourton having the bit between their teeth, Bowes powered past his marker to calmly slot in following good work in the build-up by Danny Way.

The momentum was firmly with the home side from there but they had Callum Trott and Chris Mills to thank for some stellar defending in the final 15 minutes.

The result saw Rovers move to within a point of their rivals with a game in hand in Hellenic League Division Two West.

Rovers face English Bicknor in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior Cup at home on Saturday with Moreton journeying to Ellwood in the same competition (both 2.30).

There were goals galore for Bourton's second string in a 14-0 whitewash of Ascot Rangers in the Fred Ford Cup.

Adam Webley completed a 10-minute hat-trick to get the ball rolling with the team tally doubled to six by half-time as Josh Hubbard and Ben McPhilimey got in on the act before Webley's fourth.

Alex Winter (2), Ryvan Masarado, Hubbard and another four for Webley upped the ante after the interval with Lee Mosson notching the coup de grace.

Bourton's thirds lost 1-0 at table-topping Carterton B in Witney & District Division Three.

Veteran goalkeeper Matthew Joynes was in fine form for Rovers and there could have been a shock had Mark Payne not spurned a presentable opportunity.

The game was settled midway through the second half as a mix up in the Rovers defence allowed Carterton pinch what would prove to be the decisive strike.