ATLETICO Marlborough and Penhill United will meet in the final of the Chairman’s Shield in the Swindon Sunday League after both defeated their respective semi-final opponents 4-2 on Sunday.

Penhill saw off Highworth Town, while Atletico beat Nationwide – Andrew Goodchild and Simon Olding netted consolation goals for the beaten side.

Meanwhile, in the only Division One game to take place, Royal Wootton Bassett Town Sunday went top of the table after they put nine goals past AFC Mannington in their 9-0 win.

Jack Ellis led the way with a hat-trick, while Aaron Stevens netted a brace. Jack Duckers, Joe Herbert, Joshua Morse and substitute George Mouton completed the scoring for Bassett.

In Division Two, Stratton Saints are now one win away from the title after a 4-2 victory over Rudis. Tom Ballard, Samuel Broadbank, Ashley Stevens and Will Hooton scored to put Saints within touching distance of silverware.

Second-placed Cricklade Park Rangers also won, defeating Chiseldon 4-1 at home.

The surprise of the day in Division Two came as Smart Movers picked up their first win of the season – at the 14th attempt – against third-placed Jovial Monk.

Liam Kearns and Ben Pres netted for the home side, but it was Smart Movers who came out on top to pick up their first points of the season.

Gorse Hill Borough collected only their second win of the season in a 5-0 rout of Purton Redhouse. James Relen was the hero of the day with a hat-trick, while Josh Stott and Shane Watson also contributed goals.

In Division Three, PSV Swindon were relegated to fourth place as their three title rivals all won their respective games.

Openwork United comfortably saw off Sevenfields United 7-2 courtesy of a brace each from Callum and Ryan Cormack, while Michael McCluskey, Luke Murphy and Judah Nicholson also netted.

SWR remain hot on the leaders’ tails, though, with a 4-1 win of their own over Wroughton Rovers.

SWR improved their goal difference to an impressive 60 thanks to goals from Joe Gentleman, Tatenda Majoni and a brace from Lee Toomey.

Swindon Saracens were the biggest winners of the day as their 9-1 victory against Lydiard moved them up to third.

Jordan Benfield scored four goals, while Josh Meredith bagged a hat-trick. Kieran O’Daly was Saracens’ other scorer with the ninth coming courtesy of an own goal.