IT WAS a five-star performance from Bakers Arms this week, as they swept FC Dorcan to one side in a 5-1 home win.

Daniel Hiscocks, Ashton Glover and Levi Kuenen all registered, while John Holyoak chipped in with a double in the Swindon & District League Premier Division.

Manager Pete Smith said his side have nothing to lose in the race for the title, with Tawny Owl breathing down their necks.

“Dorcan were a good side. They were quick and fit but we managed to get the result and we have to win every game now, that is our mentality,” he said.

“We have to go and do all out attack in every game until the end of the season and see what will happen.

“A couple of weeks ago they (Tawny Owl) beat us, which I wasn’t happy about, but we have to play them again in a couple of weeks.

“I think we have only lost twice this season, which is obviously not bad and we still have a cup semi-final to come as well.

“We’ve got nothing to lose, we just need to keep going as we are and hopefully Tawny drop points, then we can sneak in front.”

Cameron Lee’s solitary strike was not enough to claim any points for Ramsbury, they were no match for Lower Stratton, who were 3-1 away winners.

Their goals came from three separate scorers, Richard Clark, William Hooton and Diogo Casiniro, which saw them remain a point clear at the top of the table.

Tawny Owl, who are second with two games in hand, kept up the pressure on the league leaders with a comprehensive win of their own, in an 8-1 away win at Centurians Spectrum, whose goal came from Craig Stoddard.

The Weir field was treated to an eight-goal thriller this week as home side Wroughton were 5-3 winners against Swindon Spitfires.

Goals from Jack Hill, Morgan Watts, Oliver Armstrong, Ghulam Ali and Mickey Thompson sealed the deal for Ian Leonard’s troops.

Swindon Supermarine DC were unable to make the most of home advantage, despite scoring twice through Kyle Parker and Brendor Nkegbe, as they lost 6-2 to Ashton Keynes.

In Division One, Chiseldon’s James Lovell scored twice to secure a 2-1 win over Redhouse.

Moredon put five past New Town All Stars to win 5-3, Vytas Bajoras, Tom Goodey, Richard Ellis all struck, in addition to Keiran Dodson’s double.

North Swindon WMC completed a routine 2-0 win against Highworth Town Development, their goals came from Kray Dunn and Jason Hodson.

Pacesetters Ruby Removals continued their superb form with a 10-0 win at home to Village Inn.