GUSTOSO won the Swindon Sunday League Bunny Uzzell Shield after defeating Openwork United 4-1 on penalties.

The game ended 2-2 at the end of normal time before a goal from each side in the added half-hour forced penalties.

Gustoso held their nerves in the shoot-out to claim their first piece of silverware of the season and remain on course for the Division Three title as well.

In league action, current Division Three leaders SWR scraped past struggling Lydiard 3-2 to widen their lead at the top.

Although the gap is four points, SWR have played three more games than nearest challengers Gustoso.

Joe Gentleman opened the scoring just after the break before Chester Dolisznyj and Jim Horwood wrapped up the points late on for SWR.

Wroughton Rovers sprung a surprise on Nationwide after claiming an impressive 5-1 win on Sunday.

Ben Leonard scored a hat-trick and Morgan Watts nabbed a brace. Matthew Morris netted Nationwide’s only goal on an unusually poor day for the away side.

In Division Two, Rudis came out on top in a nine-goal thriller against Smart Movers. Rudis climbed above Jovial Monk into third thanks to their 5-4 victory.

In the only other game to take place in the second tier, Atletico Marlborough claimed their fourth win of the season thanks to a 5-2 success away at Chiseldon.

Meanwhile, in Division One, Greyhound’s match against AFC Mannington was postponed due to the away side being unable to raise a team.

Highworth Town Sunday won for only the third time this season thanks to a narrow 3-2 victory at home to Croft Junior.

Joe Grant and Connor Simpson netted for Croft, however, two goals from Dan Drewett and a strike from substitute Jordan Clark won the day for Town.