The race for the title continued in Division One tonight.

It was Merlins Bridge who made it nine points in the space of five days with a 2-0 win at Herbie.

The home side, who still aren't technically relegated, made life difficult for the Wizards and it stood at 0-0 at the break - but two second half goals from Will Haworth was enough for Matthew D'Ivry's team. They now lie 10 points off Monkton but still with three games in hand.

Herbie can only survive now with nine points from their last three games, and by boosting their goal difference by +15 while doing so.

Carew meanwhile won 8-2 at Marble Hall, in what was Milford United's last game of the season.

Joel Blair and 16-year-old Tom Blockwell scored for the home side - but Carew attacked at will and Jordan Richards had a hat trick, and there were goals from Sam Christopher (2), James Hinchliffe (2), and Scott Ferney.

The Rooks are now 12 points off Monkton with two games in hand.

As mentioned though The Robins have achieved safety barring a Herbie miracle - and despite the result tonight Adrian Hutchings can be proud of the way his young side battle back after a terrible start to the season.

Hakin's challenge now looks over though as they let a 2-0 lead slip at Pennar. Like Carew and Bridge, it was a third game in five days for the visitors but they were in control at the break with goals from Justin Harding and Ben Aldred. 

But the final 45 minutes of Pennar's season yielded a fightback and Ben Adams and Sam Southcott both struck to earn Chris Lloyd's team a point. It leaves The Vikings 16 points off the top, albeit with three games in hand.

This Saturday in the top flight it's Carew v Neyland, Hakin United v Monkton Swifts, Herbrandston v Saundersfoot Sports, Merlins Bridge v St Clears, and Narberth v Goodwick United.