ROYAL Wootton Bassett Town Sunday consolidated their position at the top of the Division One table in the Swindon Sunday League with a resounding 9-0 win over Woodlands Edge.

Jack Ellis, Edward Herbert and Joshua Morse all scored twice, with Andrew Guppy, Joe Herbert and Ryan Thomas also finding their way onto the scoresheet.

The only other game to go ahead in Division One was Croft Junior against AFC Mannington. The result went to form as Croft secured a 4-0 success – Alex Baker, Jamil Anderson and two for Joe Grant wrapping up victory.

In Division Two, third-place Cricklade Park Rangers squeezed past second-place Chiseldon Sunday, winning 3-2.

Despite goals from Charley Gillett and Jacko Puzey, Chiseldon were not able to secure a point and are now only two ahead of third.

A hat-trick from Sam Slater helped Purton Redhouse towards a 4-1 win over Atletico Marlborough. Robbie Cutter scored Purton’s fourth as they collected their fifth win of the season.

Meanwhile, Rudis stayed a point behind Redhouse in sixth place following their 4-0 away win at Gorse Hill Borough.

In the battle of the two Rovers in Division Three, it was Wroughton who came out on top as they recorded a comprehensive 6-0 win over Swindon to leapfrog their league peers into seventh.

Swindon Saracens got the better of a five-goal contest against Nationwide. Despite another goal each for Sean Creeley and Andrew Goodchild, Nationwide went down 3-2 as Josh Meredith scored twice, with Sean Murnane also netting for Saracens.

Away from league action, there were four quarter-finals played in the Bunny Uzzell Shield.

The Abbey Mead produced the biggest shock of the four ties as they progressed thanks to a 3-2 win over high-flying Swindon Waiting Rooms.

Smart Movers needed extra-time to get past Merlin after it finished 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes.

Two goals from Liam Mullins and a goal each for Matt Cole and Craig Philpott ensured a 4-1 win at the end of the extra half-hour.

A Luke Murphy hat-trick helped Openwork United move into the semi-finals following a 5-1 win over PSV Swindon.

Callum Cormack and Judah Nicholson also netted, while James Tinsley scored PSV’s reply.

In the final tie of the round, Gustoso continued their good form with a 5-1 at home to Sevenfields United.