Banbury MP Victoria Prentis proved to be the lucky mascot as she watched the Puritans claim their first home win since August.
The north Oxfordshire politician met supporters and sponsors while, on the pitch, Banbury United dismantled mid-table Royston Town 3-0.
Second half goals from Conor McDonagh, Leam Howards and Jefferson Louis earned United maximum points for the second game running as they extended their unbeaten league run to six games.
McDonagh missed a first half penalty but the strikers were clinical after the break.
McDonagh netted his 13th goal of the season while Howards made it five for the campaign as United recorded back-to-back wins for the first time since October.
United’s match at Redditch United on Tuesday was postponed due to a snow covered pitch. The club will confirm a rearranged date in due course.
Banbury, who climbed a position to eighth following their win against Royston, host third-placed Weymouth on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the club has added a former Benfica academy player to their ranks.
Portuguese left back Nuno Felix joined the Banbury Plant Hire Stadium side following his departure from Chippenham Town last week.
The 27-year-old, a regular in the Bluebirds’ Southern League Championship winning side last season, has previously played for Paulton Rovers, Taunton Town, Clevedon Town, Yate Town and Bridgwater Town.