DUE to all the rain falling over the latter part of the week, only two matches made it, one in each division of the Saturday and District League survived last Saturday.

Renegades have one hand on the Division One league trophy after defeating Twentyten 3-0.

All the goals came in the first half where the hosts completely bullied their visitors.

The impressive Charlie Dobson lead the way for Renegades with a well-taken finish latching onto a long ball from goalkeeper Dave Purt after four minutes.

Dobson continued to hold the line well for Renegades, playing a long ball game which Twentyten struggled to cope with.

Two headed goals from Renegades' midfielder Matt Baker made certain of the points.

The first came after 16 minutes from a cross by Kevin Beaumont which Baker nodded into the corner of the net, the second from a Connor Morey cross on 38 minutes.

The game was pushed beyond Twentyten's best efforts when their goalkeeper was sent off on 47 minutes for a professional foul, pulling down Dobson, the Renegades' forward.

Dobson stepped up to convert the penalty, but missed.

Twentyten's 10 men played on for self-respect's sake but unfortunately the game turned ugly when Renegades' Charlie Dobson was sent off for a deliberate high footed challenge on 70 minutes.

It was a good all-round team performance from Renegades, good work from Ash Burchett, Kenny Tyce and Baker holding midfield.

This was Twentyten's first league defeat and they feel that Renegades, who are on a run of no defeats in six games, are now clear favourites to win the league title having not lost a league game and putting Twentyten out of the running with four points from their two games.

In the only Division 2 match played, leaders CK Andover fired six goals past hosts Chineham, who replied with a consolation strike.

Scorers for CK Andover, who have a 100 per cent league record and have opened up a four-point lead, were Nuno Franco, William Lloyd, Shane Lock, and Connor Mumford with a hat-trick.

This Saturday's fixtures are Peter Raynbird Cup quarter-finals: Silchester Village v AFC Aldermaston Development, Oakridge v Tadley Calleva Development.

Basingstoke B cup quarter-finals: AFC Berg Res v Overton Utd A.

Division 1: AFC Aldermaston A v AFC Berg, Hook v Renegades, Overton Utd Res v Twentyten.

Division 2: Bramley Utd v North Warnborough, Chineham v Basingstoke Ath, CK Andover v Tidworth Town, Renegades Res v Herriard Sports.