DIVISION Two leaders Redhouse made it 12 wins from 13 games on Saturday as they put seven past FC Abbeymeads with seven different scorers.

Kieran Diaz-Benitez, Jack Duffy, Tony McCarthy, Sean O’Brien, Daniel Ricketts, Hubert Szczepaniak and substitute Louie Sampson completed the scoring in the 7-1 demolition.

Elsewhere in Division Two, the race for second place got a little more interesting at the weekend as Swindon AFC drew 3-3 with Bassett Bulldogs, a team that has only picked up four wins all season.

Moredon dominated Brockhill to emerge 5-1 winners and close the gap behind Swindon to two points, although the second-place team have a game in hand over their league rivals.

And another surprising result came at Stones Lane as Cricklade Town Reserves beat Spectrum 1-0, meaning the visitors could not make up any ground on the top three teams.

Of the three games that went ahead in Division One on Saturday, only Highworth Town reserves picked up all three points.

Highworth saw off Ramsbury 4-1 at Hilldrop Lane to move up to third, while there were two draws in the other games.

North Swindon WMC drew their first game of the season at the 11th attempt as they held Chiseldon to a 1-1 draw.

Meanwhile, Wroughton Reserves and Sportz Central played out a competitive 3-3 draw as they both claimed a solitary point for the second time this campaign.

In the Premier Division, Ruby Removals reached the 30-point mark in their 12th game of the season after a comfortable 6-2 win over struggling FC Dorcan.

Second place Stratton Juniors kept up the pressure though, with a narrow victory away at Ashton Keynes.

Juniors won 1-0 to close the gap on Ruby to six points while Stratton still have a game in hand on the league leaders.

In one of the Stratton derbies, Wheatsheaf Stratton romped to a 5-1 home win over Lower Stratton, consequently moving up to third in the process, while Swindon Supermarine development coasted to an easy 4-1 win away at Marlborough Town Reserves.