Didcot Town’s play off bid was given a huge boost as Saturday’s 4-0 win at Barnstaple Town temporarily pushed them back into the top six.
The Railwaymen ran riot, despite making their second longest trip of the season with just 13 fit players.
Despite the reshuffle, it took Didcot just 90 seconds to get going as George Jeacock headed home from a corner.
Captain Sam Barder made it two shortly afterwards and the game was over after just 25 minutes as Morgan Williams headed in the third.
Louis Joyce fired home from close range for the away side’s fourth in the second half.
Diddy’s spell in the Evo-Stik South West play-offs was fleeting however as Evesham United leapfrogged them following their 3-0 win at Kidlington on Tuesday.
The Greens fared better on Saturday when Conor McDonagh grabbed the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win at Paulton Rovers.
Elsewhere, struggling North Leigh, who have dismissed rumours suggesting they will resign from the league, picked up a point in a 1-1 draw at Bishops Cleave on Saturday.
Their trip to Bideford on Tuesday was called off due to a waterlogged pitch but they are due to host Kidlington in an all-Oxfordshire clash this evening (Thursday).
In the East division, Thame United won 5-1 at Uxbridge on Saturday but lost 2-0 at Hartley Wintney on Tuesday.