SWINDON Sunday League side Croft Junior are through to the final of the Wiltshire Senior Sunday Cup after a 3-1 win over league rivals Penhill United.

Croft booked their place in the showpiece match, which takes place on April 7, thanks to goals from Calum Courtney, Liam Flanagan and Connor Simpson.

The home side have had an exemplary defensive record on the way to the final, conceding just four goals in five rounds and they await the winner of the other re-arranged semi-final between AFC Mannington and Tidworth Town after the wet weather forced the original tie to be postponed.

There were no league fixtures contested in Division One at the weekend and only one match went ahead in Division Two.

Gorse Hill Borough and Atletico Marlborough played out a thrilling encounter, with the visitors Marlborough coming out on top in a 5-3 goal-fest.

Goals from Malcolm Cook, James Relen and Josh Stott gave Gorse Hill hope of a point, but Atletico Marlborough proved too powerful as a brace each from Tom Mantock and Connor Marsden was added to by Dale Johnstone.

In Division Three, Openwork United made it 11 wins from 13 games thanks to a comfortable 6-2 win against Swindon Rovers.

Michael McCluskey scored twice, while Callum Cormick, Jordan McCalla, Robert Goodright and an own goal completed the scoring for Openwork. Ashley Davies and Leon Hills replied for Rovers.

Second-placed PSV Swindon beat Swindon Saracens 3-1 courtesy of goals from Adam Drury, Ashley Hedges and Connor Sinclair, while Sevenfields United were victorious over Merlin AFC by the same score-line.

Gustoso were led to a 5-1 win against free-scoring Swindon Waiting Rooms by a hat-trick from Darren Thomas and a brace from Kalum Youngsam. Warren Fuller grabbed Waiting Rooms’ reply.