FC CASTLEMOAT are well course for an incredible quadruple, after accomplishing the treble on Tuesday night.

They beat AFC Whitchurch in the Somerset Intermediate Cup final, 4-2, with goals from Charlie Wilson, Benn Bartlett, Shane Hills and Ben Evett.

Having won this competition, the Rowbarton Charity Cup and the Seward Cup, they can make it four out of four on Saturday if they are victorious in their last Division 2 match at Butlin's.

The final two games in Division 1 of the Invest Southwest Taunton Saturday League took place last week, firstly with champions Bishops Lydeard Reserves travelling to runners-up Bridgwater Sports.

Lydeard needed to avoid defeat to complete a remarkable unbeaten league campaign, and that record was heavily threatened by a determined Sports side.

Sports held a 1-0 lead, thanks to Kieran Marks' strike, until Pat Sherwood came off the bench to equalise in the dying seconds of the match for Lydeard.

With the tie ending 1-1, Lydeard finished 11 points ahead of their nearest rivals, Sports.

In the other game, third-placed Wembdon triumphed 3-1 at Creech Cougars to end up just two points behind second.

Corey Hucker, Matt Prosser and Harry Taylor notched for Wembdon, with Jack Cotterell hitting a consolation for Creech.

In Division 3, many congratulations go to Wembdon Reserves who won their season long duel with challengers Staplegrove Crusaders.

They secured the title with a thumping 8-1 victory over Norton Fitzwarren Reserves.

Despite having to be victorious in their final match, Wembdon did not succumb to the pressure and wrapped up top spot in style.

Dan Spencer (2), Craig Durant, Darren Hill, Tom Lealand, Nath Chillingworth, Jack Chillingworth and Vinnie Kennedy delivered the crucial goals for Wembdon.

It has been an unbelievable battle for the trophy, as runners-up Staplegrove Crusaders only lost one match all season, but ultimately Wembdon's seven wins on the trot saw them over the line.

Fifth-placed FC Castlemoat Reserves beat North Petherton Reserves 3-1, while mid-table Galmington Dragons Reserves won 4-0 at Exmoor Rangers.

Porlock Reserves finished the season very strongly, following up a 9-0 thrashing of Minehead AFC Colts with an 8-1 demolition of Morganians Reserves.

In their final match, they drew 2-2 against Wellington A, to end up in eighth position. It was an important point for Wellington, who moved above Wyvern United to finish in fourth.

Hamilton Athletic Foxes' 4-2 success at Bridgwater Sports Colts saw them climb three places to finish in ninth.

Mike Kearley bagged a hat-trick with Tom Kelly also on target.