WEMBDON narrowed the gap between them and top team Bishops Lydeard Reserves to three points in Division 1 of the Invest SouthWest Taunton Saturday League, after beating bottom club Morganians 2-0, writes Matt Whelan.

Andrew Skidmore and Jack Bryant delivered the crucial goals to keep Wembdon in title contention.

Bridgwater Sports remain on the periphery of the leading two sides, after a 4-2 win over Westonzoyland.

Matt Fursland (2), Olly Down and Kieran Marks sealed the win for Sports, who are three points off Wembdon with two games in hand.

Galmington Dragons moved up to fourth with a 1-1 draw at North Petherton, stretching their unbeaten league run to seven matches; Sam Turner netted for Pethy but Brad Palmer ensured a point for the visitors.

Redgate leap two places to seventh after a 2-0 triumph over Alcombe Rovers, as Cam Wilkinson and an own goal halted a run of five straight defeats.

Watchet Town Reserves and Creech Cougars’ clash was abandoned after 12 minutes due to an injury.

Division 2 frontrunners Stogursey refuse to buckle under the relentless pressure of FC Castlemoat, as a 3-0 success against Minehead AFC Reserves clinched a ninth league win in a row.

Moat remain within three points of Stogursey, as they crushed Middlezoy Rovers Athletic 8-1.

Ronnie Robilliard (2), Shane Hills (2), Alex Hood, Nick Izzard, Jordan Rose and Charlie Wilson earned a seventh league victory on the bounce.

Third-placed North Curry dismantled Bridgwater Grasshoppers 5-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Tom Wadham and a single strike from Lloyd Cuthbert.

Norton Fitzwarren gained a valuable point in their quest for survival, drawing 2-2 with Bridgwater Sports Reserves, while Dulverton Town move up to fifth after a 5-4 win at Butlin’s.

Wembdon Reserves smashed Morganians Reserves 6-1 to remain seven points clear at the summit of Division 3.

Jack Chillingworth notched a hat-trick, with Mal Tully, Si Lukins and Ash Bargery wrapping up proceedings.

They travel to second-placed rivals Staplegrove Crusaders this Saturday for a massive clash, which could well decide the destination of the title.

A depleted Wyvern United side were on song as they beat Wellington A 2-1.

The gap between them is now nine points, after Lloyd Alley and Josh Martin hit the target.

FC Castlemoat Reserves swept aside Norton Fitzwarren Reserves 6-0, Ben Evett bagging a hat-trick.

Galmington Reserves leapfrog Nether Stowey after beating them 3-1, North Petherton Reserves won 2-0 at Hamilton Athletic Foxes, and Bridgwater Sports Colts beat Exmoor Rangers 3-1.

Bishops Lydeard Reserves are into the League Knockout Cup final after hammering Porlock 10-1.

Amauri Ruiz (3), Andy James (2), Louis Wood (2), Toby Stone (2) and Paul Stimpson all converted for Lydeard, who will face Bridgwater Sports in a hugely anticipated final.

In the West Somerset Rose Bowl, Stogursey saw off Minehead AFC Reserves, 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.