FC WALCOT manager Ashley Bragg believes his side can be crowned Premier Division champions in the Swindon Sunday League this season after watching them score a perfect 10 goals at the weekend.

The top two sides heading into this latest batch of fixtures – Greyhound and Penhill United – were level on points prior to their meeting on Sunday before the former romped to an emphatic 6-0 win.

That saw Greyhound move three points clear at the summit but also allowed Walcot to capitalise and climb up to second place on goal difference after a dominant 10-2 success at home to AFC Freshbrook.

Walcot have dropped just three points this season after being beaten by Greyhound back in September and boss Bragg reckons an unblemished record over the remainder of the campaign will see them finish top of the pile.

“It was quite an easy win for us, it was a good day at the office,” said Bragg, whose team were playing just their second match since Christmas.

“Although we scored a lot of goals, I wouldn’t really say it stands out as one of our best performances of the season. We are just getting back into it after quite a long break and trying to hit top form again for some big games coming up.

“I think it is in our hands. If we can win all our games between now and the end of the season, then I think we can do it.

“We are confident we can win the league this year and it has been a long time coming, to be honest.

“We are playing well and we are still in the cup too, so we’d love to try to do the double if we can.”

Devan Bryan led the charge for Walcot with a fabulous four-goal haul, with the remainder of the tally shared around between Lee Hayward, Tom Price, Alex Hammond and Dean Hughes.

Elsewhere, AFC Gas claimed a cracking 5-3 victory at home to Rodbourne Real, while Coleshill Youth edged out visitors Jovial Monk 2-1.

Just one game took place in Division Two as Stratton Saints were a class above bottom side Swindon Athletic in a 5-1 home win.

There was also a solitary match in Division Three and again it saw the basement boys soundly beaten as Sevenfields United fell to a 7-1 drubbing away at Openwork United.

Cup contests were the order of the day as Smart Movers, Northern Lights and Charles Geddes all claimed places in the semi-finals of the Bunny Uzzell Shield.

Smart Movers were the most dominant winners, roaring to a 7-0 success away at Chiseldon Sunday.

Northern Lights edged out Paxton House 3-2, while Charles Geddes beat Cricklade Park Rangers 3-1.