GREYHOUND blew the Division One title race wide open in the Swindon Sunday League when they inflicted a first league defeat of the season on leaders Royal Wootton Bassett Town Sunday.

Bassett had picked up 25 of the first available 27 points this season but saw that red-hot form come to halt against Greyhound as the hosts inflicted a 2-0 loss.

The result sees second-placed Hounds trim the gap to the leaders to just two points.

FC Walcot remain third in the table following a 4-1 win over Croft Junior Sunday, while fourth-placed Penhill United thumped bottom side Woodlands Edge 8-1.

Stratton Saints remain on course to be crowned Division Two champions following a comfortable 3-0 win over Gorse Hill Borough.

Chiseldon Sunday climbed up to second place with a 2-0 success at Rudis thanks to goals from Charley Gillett and Ben Vines.

Josh Harper’s hat-trick helped Purton Redhouse beat Atletico Marlborough 5-2, with Sean Hall and Robbie Cutter also on target for the winners.

Third-placed SWR were the big winners of the weekend in Division Three as they thumped Swindon Rovers 9-1.

Jim Horwood led the way with a four-goal haul, Lee Tomey struck twice, and there was one each for Adam Leighfield, Tafari Anderson and Spencer Corbin Daniel. Dalton Harfield replied for Rovers.

That result has seen them cut the gap to second-in-the-table PSV Swindon to a single point after they could only draw 2-2 at Nationwide.

Andrew Goodchild got both Nationwide goals as Ashley Hedges and Kierren Robins replied for PSV.

In the last of the league matches, Swindon Saracens saw off bottom side Merlin 3-1.

Bottom tier leaders Openwork United were in action in the Bunny Uzzell Memorial Shield and thrashed Smart Movers 4-0.

Callum Cormack bagged a brace of goals, with Matty Buckingham and Luke Murphy also on target.

There was a much closer affair when The Abbey Mead hosted Gustoso as the latter progressed in a 6-4 thriller.

Finally, AFC Mannington’s bid to reach the Wiltshire Sunday Cup final were dashed by a 4-0 loss at home to Tidworth Town in the semi-finals.