United Counties League
Newport Pagnell Town returned to winning ways with a 2-1 victory in their first trip to Oadby Town.
Josh Crawley opened the scoring for the Swans, netting after 13 minutes.
Ollie Brown-Hall equalised for the home side 11 minutes before half time, but a Dom Lawless penalty 20 minutes from time ensured all three points returned to Willen Road.
The win sees Newport climb to eighth in the Premier Division.
Swans face a trip to Deeping Rangers this Saturday.
South Midlands League
New Bradwell St Peter are now 20 points adrift of runaway league leaders Hale Leys United after a 2-2 draw with Brimsdown.
Goals from Bearman and Lobjoit ensured a share of the points, keeping St Peter in second place.
Mursley welcomed Ealing Town to the Playing Field and ran out 3-1 victors.
Mursley made a good start when, after good work on the left by James Wardell, Mitchell Young swivelled sharply in the area and slid the ball past Abdi in the Ealing goal.
Skipper Steve Mooney broke away, but blazed over the bar and Mursley continued to press with Crook and Wardell looking dangerous on the flanks, Young running into good positions and Sam Folland, Mooney and Wheatley dominating midfield.
Early in the second half, Abdi made a top double save before Folland slotted home.
Ten minutes later, Young added his second. He then left the field injured and was replaced by Lewis Wheeler.
With ten minutes remaining, Rose got ahead of the Mursley defence to steer the ball in from a corner.
Wheeler went through, but was denied by Abdi, as Mursley held on to secure the points.
Wolverton Town were thumped 4-0 at home to Totternhoe, while Willen were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Pitstone & Ivinghoe.
Olney Town lost 1-0 to league leaders Lutterworth Athletic.
Danny Laywood maintained his good form in front of goal with the decisive strike nine minutes from the end.
The result means Olney remain ninth in the table.
Olney Town Reserves opened the gap at the top of the table to five points after a 1-1 draw with Rushden & Higham United Reserves.
Matthew Old scored the only goal for David Ashcroft’s men.
With Bugbrooke St Michaels Reserves not playing in the league this weekend, Olney’s lead at the top of the table opened to five points.
North Bucks & District League
Marsh Gibbon 2-2 Deanshanger Athletic
MK Wanderers 6-1 Comet MK
Potterspury 5-2 Brackley Sports
Silverstone 4-3 Hanslope
Syresham 2-3 Loughton Manor
AFC Santander 2-2 MK Titans
Bow Brickhill 2-2 Towcester Town
Charlton & District 2-1 Grendon Rangers Res.
MK Gallactico 5-4 Potterspury Res.
Wolverton Town A 0-12 Yardley Gobion
Deanshanger Ath Res L-W MK Wanderers Res.
Great Horwood Res. 4-4 Stoke Hammond Res.
Hanslope Res. 0-4 Great Linford Res.
Tattenhoe 2-2 Twyford United
Uni of Buckingham 3-1 Padbury Village
Division Two Trophy
Brackley Sports Res. 2-2 Marsh Gibbon Res.
Comet MK Res. 1-5 Silverstone Res.
MK Wanderers A 12-0 Yardley Gobion Res.
Padbury Village Res. 8-2 New City Stars
Westbury 0-6 Stewkley Res.
Milton Keynes Sunday League
Inter Faith 2-6 Stony Stratford Town
Open University 2-5 Swanfica
Punjab United 0-2 Wolverton Town
The Garage MK 0-3 Willen
Gregory Max FC 5-3 Newport Albion
New City Saints 3-4 Buckingham United A
Stanton Manor 2-0 AFC Padbury
Stoke Hammond 3-2 AFC Santander
Buckingham United B 3-5 Stacey Bushes
Loughton 1-2 Southcott Village
NHBC 3-5 The Nags Head