Northwood still have just one win in the Isthmian League South Central Division after a 4-0 defeat away mid-table side South Park.

Two goals in each half downed the Woods, who had recently parted company with manager Scott Dash, and left them struggling at third bottom of the table.

Alex Witham, Tremayne Charles and Charlie Hayford were restored to the line-up following the Middlesex Senior Cup win over Enfield Town.

South Park took the lead after 31 minutes when a poor headed clearance fell to the feet of Hayden Skerry, and he fired back across the keeper into the bottom corner.

One quickly became two and suddenly the task was looking much harder for Northwood as Elliott Cross picked up the ball 35-yards out and unleashed a pile-driver into the top corner.

The half-time break did nothing to help the visitors and they fell further behind on the hour mark when Alfie Rogers stabbed home after more poor defending.

The final blow came in stoppage time as the defence were cut open for the fourth time, and substitute Charlie Gee fired home to seal a miserable afternoon.

Oxhey Jets have made a name for themselves this season with their dramatic comebacks, and they were at it again on Saturday as two late goals saw them claim a 2-2 draw away at Edgware Town in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division.

After a goalless first half, it was only late on that Edgware took the lead themselves.

A cross-field ball carved Jets open and Adam Page took his chance well to put the home side in front.

Less than three minutes later, Page looked to have won it for the Edgware when more sloppy defending allowed him to double his tally.

Then came the now-recognisable Jets comeback, though. Vagnol Kediambiko slotted in to halve the deficit on 80 minutes, and the lack of celebration showed how determined they were to go on and grab the equaliser.

They did that just five minutes later, and it came in stunning fashion. Reece Cameron’s free-kick bent perfectly around the wall and beat the Edgware keeper to secure a vital point and preserve Jets’ fifth-placed position in the league.

Marcus Rivers scored a hat-trick to help Sarratt advance into round two of the Anagram Records Trophy with a 5-1 win against London Samurai Rovers.

Rovers took the lead in the game but Rivers’ finish from a Chris White cross to equalise and he then turned provider for Favour St-John to put them ahead.

St John added his second after the break and two further strikes from Rivers sealed an excellent afternoon for Martin Loakes’ side.

Bovingdon put aside their Division Two woes with a 3-1 win away at Chipperfield Corinthians in the Anagram Records Trophy.

Jamie Eames scored twice for the visitors and Dale Sears added one of his own to seal Bovingdon’s passage, despite Kieran Shepherd’s red card.

One win and one loss this week left Leverstock Green right in the mid-table mix in the Premier Division.

Tuesday saw them go down 1-0 at home to an improving Harpenden Town side as Matt Standen scored the only goal of the game after just 12 minutes.

Saturday was more successful for Green as they recorded a 2-1 home success against Harefield United.

With the previous week’s heavy 5-2 defeat at Leighton Town fresh in their mind, Green knew they needed a good start, but they got absolutely the opposite when a dreadful defensive error gifted the opener to Harefield’s Taishan Jordan.

There was a much better response from Green this time though as Steve Hawes levelled the contest on 17 minutes.

The winning goal came shortly after the hour and it went Green’s way. Alex Ward crossed for John Smith, and his goal-bound header was turned in by Cass Grant to hand the hosts all three points.

A last-gasp equaliser denied Southern League Division One Central leaders Berkhamsted all three points away at Barton Rovers.

The visitors broke the deadlock after 58 minutes when the ball found Alex Lacey in space on the left, and he scampered down the wing before crossing for Lewis Toomey to net his 17th of the season.

However, deep into injury time, former Hemel Hempstead Town striker Victor Osubu’s low effort from the edge of the box squeezed in at the near post to rescue a point for the home side.

Berkhamsted Raiders advanced to the second round of the Spartan League Division One Cup with a 4-2 penalty shootout win over Aston Clinton after an initial 3-3 draw.

Jack Samuel scored twice for the hosts, who also netted through Thomas Shaw, but another brace from Aston’s Lamar Mason-Williams and then Elias Williams’ goal took the match to penalties, where Raiders prevailed.

Finally, Spartan Premier Division side Tring Athletic maintained their lead at the top with a 1-0 win over Dunstable Town.

After a goalless first half, Jacob Carter scored the only goal of the game to extend their lead atop the division after second-placed Newport Pagnell Town were held to a thrilling 3-3 draw away at Crawley Green on Tuesday.