BOTH Division One leaders FC North Wiltshire and their closest rivals for the title Semington picked up maximum points from their latest games, courtesy of respective victories over White Horse and Sutton Benger.

North Wilts ran out 7-3 winners at White Horse to maintain their current seven-point gap over Semington, who they play in their final game of the season.

Danny Williams and Rich Tandy gave North Wilts a 2-0 lead before a goal either side of the break for Jamie Hancock got White Horse back on level terms.

A second from Tandy regained the lead for North Wilts who then surged clear with goals from James Bamford and Josh Duckett (penalty).

Connor McGiff pulled a third back for Horse, which proved to be just another consolation as a Cameron Lee double earned the leaders all three points.

Westbury Cons picked up a 1-1 draw at Bath Road which means that victory in their final match with FC St George would see them finish out of the bottom two.

Ryan Armstrong, who was later taken to hospital when he got knocked out, gave Bath Road the lead before Ryan Underwood levelled.

Prior to their game at Stanley Park, Sutton Benger and Semington held a minute silence in memory of Benger founder Bruce Mills, who passed away recently.

Semington kept their title challenge alive with two second-half goals, courtesy of Barry Fennell's own goal and Andy Harrison.