ASHTON Keynes pulled off a shock victory this weekend as they inflicted defeat on Tawny Owl, who hadn’t lost a league fixture in more than 800 days.

Tawny Owl had possessed an unbeaten league record since Saturday, August 12, 2015 before they were beaten 3-2 at home by Ashton Keynes.

The visitors, who got their goals from Steve Andrews’ brace and Nick Gregory’s strike, now move level on points with Tawny Owl but remain in second place due to an inferior goal difference.

Fellow Swindon & District Premier Division side Bakers Arms also scored three in their 3-1 away win over Stratton Juniors.

Levi Kuenen chipped in with two goals for the away side, while Ryan Welland got their other.

Wheatsheaf made the most of their home advantage as they put four past Ramsbury in a 4-2 victory.

Clint Lomax got two, as Regan Lach and Matthew Hams both registered solitary efforts for the home side.

Ramsbury’s goals came via Ali Mair and Adam Elmer.

It was a similar story for Lower Stratton as they collected all three points with a 3-1 win over the visiting Swindon Centurians Spectrum.

Stuart Davidson, Richard Clark and Diogo Casiniro were on target, as Nathan Peters notched for the visitors. Despite two goals from Brad Warren and Cameron Shrubb, Supermarine DC were unable to avoid defeat as they came out second best to Swindon Spitfires in a 4-2 loss.

In Division One, Highworth Town Development turned in a five-star performance to see their way past bottom of the league Brockhill United.

Branden Fenwick registered a hat-trick while older brother Jay Fenwick and Jack Moloney also scored in the comfortable home win.

Haydon Wick were unable to compete with Marlborough Reserves as goals from Ben Crane, Nathan Good and Luke Little saw them claim a 3-0 win.

Moredon were able to cope with an offensive Chiseldon side as they picked up their third win of the season against their second-placed opponents in a 4-3 triumph.

North Swindon WMC were 4-1 winners away to New Town All Stars as league leaders Ruby Removals extended their perfect start to the campaign with a routine 5-0 win away to Redhouse.

The league’s final game was between Village Inn and Swindon AFC, and it was the latter who came out on top in a 3-1 win, goals came from Alex Street, Callum Wells and Nathan Smith.