DIVISION Three side AFC Mannington maintained their perfect start to the season with a 7-0 win at home to Swindon Rovers.

The result means Kye Robinson’s troops have now amassed a perfect 27 points from their opening nine games of the domestic season.

This weekend’s round of results means they are now a staggering nine points clear at the top, after second-placed Cricklade Park Rangers suffered a surprise 4-0 defeat to PSV Swindon away from home.

Bottom-of-the-pile Sevenfield United will have to wait another week for a chance to register their first points of the season after being thumped 8-1 by Northern Lights at home.

The table makes bleak reading for Sevenfields United because they are seven points adrift of The Abbey Mead who are in 11th.

And they have so far registered no wins or draws with only 12 goals scored so far. Smart Movers made the most of their home comforts, as they were able to record a narrow 2-1 win over Charles Geddes at the weekend.

The final game in the Swindon Sunday League’s bottom tier was a 1-1 draw between The Abbey Mead and Gorsehill Borough.

There were four fixtures in Division Two with an average of six goals per game in what proved a high-scoring weekend.

Athletico Marlborough and Croft Junior led the way with eight goals in their exciting game, Atletico Marlborough running out 5-3 winners at home.

Closely behind them in the goalscoring stakes was second-placed Highworth Town Sunday’s 5-2 triumph over Nationwide away from home.

Rudis were the highest scoring team.

They showed no mercy to struggling Swindon Athletic in a 6-1 win, which moved them three points clear of Swindon Athletic in 10th.

Wanborough could only put three past Stratton Saints to collect all three points in a routine 3-1 win at home.

Meanwhile in Division One, Greyhound moved level on points with Penhill United after edging a 3-2 victory against them in their own back yard.

Swiss Chalet, who are bottom of the top tier, were put to the sword by 4-2 AFC Gas who emerged 4-2 winners in the only other game from Division One.