Nalgo Sports Club and Wroughton Reserves will contest the Swindon & District League’s George Thomas Cup final.

Both hit five goals in their Saturday semi-final showdowns, though Nalgo had the easier time of it.

They romped to a 5-0 away win at Paragon, while Wroughton were 5-3 victors over Wheatsheaf Stratton.

A potential date for the final is yet to be confirmed.

In the Premier Division, meanwhile, Ruby Removals kept up their battle for the title, but had to push past a game Ashton Keynes side 4-3.

They remain four points back from leaders The Globe but can boast of two games in hand.

Blunsdon are level on points with Ruby Removals thanks to a 4-2 win at Sportz Central. Highworth Town Development defeated Redhouse 1-0.

The top two in the First Division struck seven goals as the fight for the title continues.

Chiseldon remain top of the table thanks to their 7-1 thumping of Ramsbury.

However, they have played two games more than second-placed Priory Vale, which leaves their one-point advantage under threat.

Priory were also on form at the weekend, triumphing 7-2 at home to Lower Stratton.

Bassett Bulldogs in third slipped away from the pack though, a 1-0 defeat to Swindon AFC leaving them six points back of Priory Vale, albeit with an extra game in hand.

There was another 7-2 scoreline as Swindon Centurions overcame Moredon on the road, while a 2-1 victory saw Down Ampney leapfrog Crickalde Town Reserves lower down the table.

Spectrum and North Swindon played out a 1-1 stalemate.