A youhful Oxhey Jets side, which featured four teenage debutants, battled to a 2-1 South Midlands Premier Division clash against Stotfold on Saturday.

Both sides played the game in an attacking manner and the opening 15 minutes yielded a host of chances at either end, but the scores remained level.

Nick Kerley, who leads the Jets scoring charts, was denied no fewer than three times by the home keeper and also saw a driven effort cleared off the line.

Rob Partington had to be equally alert to make a stop at the other end as parity somehow remained intact until the break.

The scores remained level for just five minutes of the second period when Elijah Seymour smashed in a fine finish high into the net from a tight angle to mark his debut with a goal.

Stotfold looked to hit back and put jets under pressure for long periods and pegged Jets back with a superb lob.

Jets would have the last laugh, however, and grabbed the winner with 13 minutes left to play when Kerley arrived to turn in from close range.

There was no such joy for Sun Sports, as they fell to a 3-1 defeat against Cockfosters on Wednesday night.

Cockfosters went ahead six minutes before the break when Peter Rosemin controlled well and fired past Matty Evans.

Ian Salt made it two with a powerful header and Phil Agathangelou put the game to bed with a third.

Sun hit back through Chris Gosling, but it meant little in the overall result.

The mid-week loss came on the back of a 1-1 draw with Tring Athletic, which saw Luke Wells score.

Berkhamsted secured an FA Cup first qualifying round tie with Slough Town after claiming a 3-2 win over Crawley Green on Sunday.

Ashley Morrissey got the first goal for Berkhamsted, before a strike from Sean Coughlin and Dan Jones’ penalty sealed the win.

In contrast, Leverstock Green’s FA Cup dreams were convincingly dashed for another year as they went down to a 4-1 loss replay against Aylesbury United on Wednesday.

Sonny French side-footed the Ducks into an early lead before Jonathan Lacey levelled the scores with 19 minutes played.

However, goals from Alex Collard and Greg Williams and French’s second from the penalty spot ensured Aylesbury secured a comfortable win.