BATHPOOL consolidated top spot in Division One of the Taunton and District Sunday League with a 3-2 victory away to Gardneners Galacticos.

Bathpool roared into a 3-0 win with goals by James Weaver, Andrew Wood and Keith Nicholls.

Gardeners hit back to make it 3-2 with Mark Wooliscroft and Martin Hooks on target and only some good late saves prevented the hosts claiming a draw.

The only other top flight game to beat the weather saw Spartans win 3-0 away to bottom side PQR with Chard Town striker Alexis Piper scoring a hat-trick.

Just one match survived in Division Two, with North Curry and LA Guns fighting out a 1-1 draw. Mike Perrin scored for hosts North Curry with Ryan Bradford netting for Guns.

Westford Rangers continue to have things all their own way in Division Three, where they have won all nine games.

Their latest match was a 9-2 victory over Rail Madrid leaves them 11 points clear at the top.

Craig Plumridge led the way with a hat-trick to make it 16 for the season.

Scott Chidgey (2), Lee Hellier, Rod Marsh, Anthony Date and Andy Margetts also got on the scoresheet. Rail's scorers included Martin Dalzell.

Ruishton kept up their title hopes with a 2-0 victory against struggling Pegasus. Mark Kmitta scored his 12th of the season and Rob Mellows his first.

That win put Ruishton 11 points behind leaders Westford but they have two games in hand.

Old Inn secured a surprise 1-0 win over Holway with Dave Sweet grabbing the only goal of the game.

In Division Four, Simon White got DB United's goal in their 1-1 draw with Somerset Inn - a result that leaves both in the lower regions of the division.

There was an exciting 4-4 draw between Celtic All Stars and Cotford Saints Reserves. Matt Cracknell scored all of Celtic's goals and they are now third with games in hand.

In all, eight games were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

WYNDHAM Arms and Carhampton go into their final games in Group B of the Sunday League's Mike Stewart Cup fighting it out for the last semi-final place.

They are level on points, with Wyndham having the superior goal difference but facing the tougher game against Creech, who have already won the group.

In last Sunday's game, Creech beat Carhampton 5-0 with Gavin Cross (2), Kieron Wyatt, Ryan Holloway, and Dale Webber on target. Carhampton face Williton in their final game.

The last game in Group A saw Staplegrove win 5-4 away to Eagle, whose goals came from Jason Thorne (2) and Luke Hinton (2).

Staplegrove won all four games in the group to qualify for the semi-finals with runners-up Eagle also making the last four.