HIGHWORTH Town had to settle for a point against Southern League Division One South strugglers Barnstaple Town after being held to a 1-1 draw at home on Saturday.

Barnstaple sit second from bottom in the table, four points adrift of safety with two games to go this season, but took a shock lead at the Save on Tyres Stadium when Jack Langford broke the deadlock midway through the first half.

However, Highworth rallied after the break and Dan Drewitt's strike 11 minutes from time spared the blushes of Jeff Roberts' side and earned them a point.

The Worthians have no Easter Monday fixture and conclude their season at home to Fleet Town next Saturday.

THERE was a blank Saturday of action for local sides in Hellenic League Premier Division.

However, both Shrivenham and Fairford Town face Easter Monday fixtures.

Fifth-placed Shrivvy travel to Bishops Cleeve to take on the side immediately above them in the table.

Fairford are also on the road and face a trip to Tuffley Rovers.

Division One West side New College did play on Saturday, although they may have preferred to have had the day off too as they were thumped 6-0 at home by Almondsbury.

The fixture was College's last of the season and means they end the campaign at the foot of the table, having picked up just three points from 22 league games.

Malmesbury Victoria were without a game over the Easter weekend and bring the curtain down on their season on Tuesday night away at Pewsey Vale.

Victory could see the Vics claim a third-placed finish, depending on results elsewhere.