Radford Semele see their Division One title hopes '¨go a wandering
Radford Semele's slim Division One title hopes look to have evaporated after they slumped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Warwick Wanderers.
In one of only six league matches to escape the wet weather, Radford went down to two first-half Travis Lea strikes.
A Johnny Adair hat-trick helped fire Bishops Itchington to a 4-2 win at Murphys Bar.
Adam Miles was also on target for the visitors, with David Jones bagging both the home side’s responses.
Wellesbourne remain rooted to the bottom after slipping to a 3-1 defeat at Khalsa.
Three goals in eight minutes from the home side wrapped up the three points, with a Matthew Wootton double sandwiching a 80th-minute Suki Nijjar strike.
Max Coton replied for the beleaguered visitors.
Midland Rangers retained their 100 per cent away record after fighting back from 4-1 down to beat Khalsa Reserves 6-5 in a thrilling Division Two encounter.
Despite a second-minute Luke Vuckovic strike, two goals apiece from Manraj Khangura and Ricky Dulay put Khalsa in control by the 20th minute.
A ten-minute hat-trick from Thomas Williams which included two penalties, got Rangers back on level terms and there was still time for them to hit the front before the break courtesy of Vuckovic’s second.
Khangura completed his hat-trick on the hour to make it 5-5 but Williams’ fourth of the game sealed the points for Rangers.
Leek Wootton drew 1-1 at HRI Wellesbourne after a Thomas Griffiths strike was cancelled out by a Sam Mitchell penalty.
Athletico Murphy’s bolstered their Division Four title hopes after Ruben Bastos and Bradley Owen both scored four in an 11-1 win at Whitnash United.