KINTBURY Rangers Reserves ensured the race for the Division One title in the Swindon & District League will go down until the final week of April after a 3-1 victory away at Sportz Central on Saturday.

That match was just one of two to take place over the weekend as the season draws towards its conclusion.

Kintbury’s victory moved them within three points of leaders Blunsdon, and they will be crowned champions should they triumph at Wroughton Reserves on April 27 – the only remaining league fixture left to be played across the three divisions.

Wroughton moved up to third in the table themselves at the weekend with a hefty 5-1 triumph at home to Ramsbury.

Village Inn and North Swindon WMC were also scheduled to meet, but their respective seasons were brought to a close in disappointing fashion via an away walkover.

THERE was more action in the Swindon Sunday League as five games took place in total.

The most notable was in the Chairman’s Trophy, with Penhill United lifting the silverware courtesy of a 3-2 victory over Atletico Marlborough in the final.

In league matches, Gustoso now look favourites to be crowned champions in Division Three following a 3-3 draw away at leaders SWR.

Gustoso are a point behind but have two games in hand on SWR.

Openwork United also remain in the title race after a 6-4 victory at home to Wroughton Rovers kept them just a point off top spot themselves, although they have also played two games more than Gustoso.

PSV beat Nationwide 4-2 to climb above them into fourth place.

There was a solitary game in Division One where FC Walcot edged to a thrilling 5-4 win away at Highworth Town Sunday.