ROYAL Wootton Bassett Town Sunday and FC Walcot will meet in the final of the Knockout Cup in the Swindon Sunday League after both secured wins at home in their respective semi-finals.

FC Walcot saw off fellow Division One side Greyhound 2-1 to book their spot in the final.

Meanwhile, Bassett also overcame Division One opponents as they produced a perfect home performance to emerge 3-0 winners against AFC Mannington.

Aaron Dainton, Lewis Petrie and Aaron Stevens all netted for the league leaders as they remain in contention to complete a double this season.

Walcot battled past some high-calibre outfits to reach the final – Penhill United, Openwork United and Croft Junior all bit the dust as Walcot conceded just four times on route to the showpiece game.

Meanwhile, Bassett scored 31 times in four games on their path to the final – putting 13 past Coleshill, 11 past Swindon Waiting Rooms and four past Highworth.

Due to cup action, no league fixtures went ahead in the top division at the weekend.

In Division Two, meanwhile, Cricklade Park Rangers comfortably beat Gorse Hill Borough 5-1 to postpone league leaders Stratton Saints’ title party.

Saints still need one win from their final five games to wrap up the title, but they do not play again until March 24, when they host Chiseldon.

In the battle of two mid-table teams, a seven-goal thriller ensued between Atletico Marlborough and Rudis.

Despite a double from Jordan Ball and one from Will Eastmond, Atletico could not stop Rudis emerging with all three points thanks to a dramatic 4-3 success.

In Division Three, PSV Swindon moved to within three points of leaders Openwork United thanks to their 4-0 away win at Swindon Rovers.

PSV did the damage in the first 45 minutes as goals from Jamie Duggan, Aaron Stubbs, James Tinsley and James Griffiths opened up a lead that they would not surrender.

After his strike at the weekend, Stubbs now has 17 goals in 19 games for PSV.

Fourth-placed Nationwide also picked up a timely win as they saw off struggling Sevenfields 5-2.

Michael Harris and Matthew Morris scored for Nationwide, while Andrew Goodchild bagged a hat-trick to take his tally to 28 goals this season from just 16 games.