There was plenty of drama in the Herts Ad Sunday League - in both league and cups.

The Premier Division title remains a three-way dance between Phoenix, Six Bells and Strafford Arms.

The latter thrust themselves firmly into the battle with a double-header success over Phoenix.

Matt Walsh scored the only goal in a 1-0 win in game one but game two saw a 6-0 success for the Arms, with Walsh adding another two.

Lee Dykes (two), Erivaldo Felix and Max Bradford got the others.

Phoenix remain top with 45 points but they have now played all their games.

Six Bells are a point behind them with one game remaining and Strafford Arms are a further three points behind but they have two games to go.

Crucially second play third on Wednesday night, before Arms finishing the season at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers on Sunday.

Wheathampstead have already landed silverware, winning the Charity Cup with a 3-2 victory over BWSC at Colney Heath.

Stephen Buckler and Stuart Brown scored before Jordan Cornes sealed it in the 85th minute.

There were two other games.

In Division Four, Hatfield Senior Res beat Monday Night Football 3-2 with two from William Cousins and one for Billy Clarkson, while back in the Premier Division, Plough & Harrow won 5-1 against Little Heath.

Josh Panther (two), Chris Dunn, James Elliott and Billy Small got the P&H goals.