THE Hayward Saturday Division One title race is going right to the wire after MA Hart Pickford Cup winners Queen’s Park Athletic won 2-1 against title rivals Bournemouth Electric reserves.

Queen’s Park Athletic are now a point ahead of Electric and will be champions if they win their final game of the season against Gotham tomorrow.

Nasim Meddah gave Electric a third-minute lead but Mike Wheeler levelled from the penalty spot and Martin Smith then struck to put Queen’s Park in front.

Queen’s Park defended resolutely as Electric piled on the pressure in the second half, forcing some excellent saves from goalkeeper Harry Shaw.

Park’s Adam Clark broke away in the closing stages to produce a fierce drive which Electric keeper Hamed Faal did well to keep out.

Electric reserves’ final game of the season is against Bransgore United on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Gotham were 4-0 winners against bottom-placed AFC Burton reserves thanks to goals from Paul Blenman, Shane Fox, Adam Locke and Adam Louka.

They would take the title if they were to win all six remaining league games.

Elsewhere, reigning Premier Division champions Bournemouth Manor went two up against Hamworthy Recreation thanks to headed goals from Adam Janes and Terry Foote.

Rec halved the deficit before the interval through James Bergin and he struck again after the break to earn them a 2-2 draw.

Levi Ridealgh’s hat-trick proved decisive when AFC Burton just got the better of strugglers Bisterne United 5-4.

Sam Nash and Mitch East were the other Burton marksmen while Bisterne replied through John Langley, Sam Hills and a couple of goals from Timo Gleed.

Joe Flarry struck twice for Bournemouth University but Parley Sports had the upper hand 4-2 thanks to Sam Goodman and a Joe Swallow hat-trick.