THE Bolton Sports Federation Over 35s Football League season was all-but finished on Sunday, with one outstanding fixture – between Radcliffe Old Boys A and Barhill Vets – to be played before the Division One table can be finalised.

Horwich St Mary’s had already secured the Division Two title, but on Sunday they won their final game to finish five points clear of runners-up Bolton Lads and Girls Club, whom they beat 2-0 on Wednesday evening.

Mike Cowburn hit both goals as they rounded off with a 2-0 victory over Radcliffe Town.

Having been contenders for the Division Four title until they lost to champions Heaton Casuals the previous weekend, Ainsworth redeemed themselves against Wigan Town on Sunday.

A 4-2 win means they finish second, five points adrift of Heaton. Brian Marsden scored both the goals for fourth-placed Wigan, but Chris Hayes and Martin Jones netted two apiece for Ainsworth.

In the battle for supremacy near the bottom of Division Four, Unity Brook went two points above Deans Youth with a resounding 6-1 away win.

Steve Lockett scored for Deans, but they unfortunately negated that with an own goal.

Paul Wheeler scored one for Unity Brook while Roy Greenhaulgh and Neil Derbyshire each added two to complete their comfortable victory.

Division Three has already been settled, with Radcliffe Old Boys B taking the title by just a point from runners-up Bolton Wyresdale AFC who in turn pipped Gidlow Athletic by a point.