THE points-per-game system means that Moreton Rangers will survive relegation from Step 6 despite finishing second-bottom in the Hellenic League Division 1.

A 4-1 loss at the weekend to Stonehouse Town concluded what has been a tough season for Moreton, who lost 22 of their 32 league matches.

But they will not be relegated, it appears, as they have a better points-per-game ratio than other second bottom clubs in Step 6 leagues across the country.

However, Moreton's neighbours Bourton Rovers will drop out of the Hellenic League system having finished rock bottom.

Just eleven points across their 32 games included 27 defeats and with that, they will drop into Step 7 as a result.

Bishop's Cleeve were not in action over the weekend but were due to play on Wednesday evening.

But have received a bye into the Supplementary Cup semi-finals after Westfields withdrew from the competition on the day of the game.

The Herefordshire based outfit were due to make the trip to Hellenic League Premier champions Cleeve but have forfeited the clash due to not having enough players available through injury.

Cleeve will now wait to see who they will face in the final four, with the other two quarter-finals taking place this week; Westbury United vs Stonehouse Town (Wednesday) and Longlevens vs Newent Town (Saturday).