COLESHILL Youth continue to be the surprise leaders of the Swindon Sunday League following a last-minute winner at AFC Freshbrook.

After winning Division Four at a canter last term, Coleshill accepted a place in Division One following the restructuring of the league.

And Paul French’s side hold a one-point lead at the summit after the 4-3 success at Freshbrook on Sunday.

The hosts took a 2-0 lead into the break before Lee Beardsmore started the comeback for Coleshill in the second half.

Jake Kitchin levelled matters for the visitors before Jack Duffy gave them the lead for the first time.

Freshbrook restored parity only for Kitchin to bag his second of the match in the dying seconds to keep Coleshill at the summit.

“It is a bit of a surprise – I don’t think anyone expected us to be where we are,” French said.

“This year is almost like a free season for us, when we got asked if we wanted to go up we thought why not.

“To be honest I don’t think we will still be there at the end of the season. Greyhound, Penhill (United) and (FC) Walcot are probably that little bit better than us – but we are going to enjoy it while we can.”

Walcot remain hot on Coleshill’s tails following their 12-1 success over Jovial Monk, while Penhill United are also just one point behind the table-toppers following their 5-1 success at Cleeve Tech.

Eldene made it six wins from six in Division Two as they continue to lead the way following their 2-0 home victory over Royal Wootton Bassett Town, while second-placed Purton RedHouse suffered a surprise 3-2 defeat to Rudis, who claimed their first win of the season.

Elsewhere in the division, Nationwide suffered a 2-1 defeat at Save On Tyres Athletic and Croft Juniors returned home from Wanborough with a 5-3 victory.

AFC Mannnington have moved six points clear at the top of Division Three as they maintained their perfect start to the season with a 6-2 success over Charles Geddes.

Second-placed Cricklade Park Rangers suffered a 5-3 home loss to The Abbey Mead, while Openwork United enjoyed a 6-1 win at Swindon Rovers. Chiseldon Sunday defeated Sevenfield United 7-2, PSV Swindon claimed a 6-3 success at Paxton House United and Northern Lights and Gorsehill Borough drew 2-2.