BANBURY United were unable to build on a fast start as they lost 2-1 at Kings Langley.

The Puritans had been savouring success in reaching the Emirates FA Cup first round on Saturday.

Henry Landers, who scored their winner at the weekend, got them off to a perfect start in the Southern League Premier Division Central clash.

Just two minutes were on the clock when a long throw was flicked on to the back post, where the attacker netted with an overhead kick.

The lead lasted just 12 minutes, with Eduard Toiny-Pendred capitalising after the visitors failed to clear their lines.

And the home side claimed maximum points when Gary Connolly struck nine minutes from time.

Kidlington let a two-goal lead slip to draw 2-2 at Kempston Rovers in Division One Central.

Like Banbury, they were ahead early on as Jacob Davidge despatched a

fourth-minute penalty.

Callum Harvey doubled their advantage when he rounded the goalkeeper just after the half-hour mark.

But Kempston got back in the game on the hour, when Ben Baker scored a spot kick.

And two minutes from time Ayomide Akinbobola netted the equaliser.

North Leigh returned empty-handed from their long trip to Yaxley, who ran out 5-0 winners in Cambridgeshire.

Most of the damage was done in a 13-minute first-half spell where Daniel Cotton scored either side of Jordan Macleod’s effort.

Thomas Waumsley stretched shortly after the break, before Cotton went on to complete his hat-trick.