WET weather restricted the Hellenic League Premier Division’s progress this weekend, with Fairford Town and Royal Wootton Bassett both having their respective fixtures called off.

Fairford were due to visit Virginia Water while Bassett were also set to travel away from home to take on a youthful Tuffley Rovers.

Both games were promptly called off, owing to heavy rain across the south of England in days building up to kick-off.

Fortunately, Shrivenham’s game at Burnham got the go ahead – and manager Gareth Davies was left thrilled by his side’s performance as they bagged a 0-2 victory.

Ballard and Stanners were on target for Shrivenham while a first-half penalty save made the visitors’ win that even more sweet.

Three points lifted Shrivenham up to fourth in the table with 33 points secured from 20 games.

Shrivenham are next in action on Saturday when they visit table toppers Westfields.

Meanwhile, Royal Wootton Bassett will hope to return to action when visiting relegation threatened Brimscombe & Thrupp.

Fairford Town are the only local team in action at home - they host Flackwell Town.