THE Penultimate week of the season in the Maidenhead District Netball League Premier Division took place at Kidwells Park on Monday.

Pandair unfortunately conceded their game to Scotch due to a growing injury list. The points awarded to Scotch lift them off the bottom of the table with Sevens now propping up the division.

Mavericks came away with a comfortable 44-23 victory over Sevens, who clung on to secure one point for reaching half of the winning total.

Business Moves kept the pressure on champions-elect Windsor after defeating Phoenix Pinkz 45-30.

Windsor stormed into a five-goal advantage in the first quarter of their match against Blue Swifts.

Great teamwork from the Swifts brought the deficit back to one goal and the game remained close until the final quarter where Windsor pulled away to a 40-36 win.

Angels returned to winning form after overcoming B52s in a competitive game, eventually running out 37-29 victors.

Woodley Comets were gifted a 21-0 victory in Division One when Black Magic were forced to forfeit their game after they were not able to raise a side.

Phoenix remain in second place and have secured promotion into the Premier Division next season following their victory over Sparks.

Phoenix were the dominant team and took an early lead which, despite some great shooting from Sparks in the second and third quarters, increased steadily throughout for a 39-30 win.

The final match in Division One on Monday was between Wokingham and Apple Travel Green.

The game started fairly even with both teams matching each other goal-for-goal and it was Apple Travel Green that finished the first quarter with a one-goal lead.

Similar to the first, the second quarter was evenly matched but Wokingham capitalised on a few mistakes from Apple Travel Green and were leading 18-16 at the half-time whistle.

Wokingham continued to turn up the heat in the remaining two quarters and went on to win the game 46-36.

Nettlebed Stingers have won the Division Two title this season and will play in Division One for the next winter league season.

They played in a tight and hard game against Genesis. The first quarter ended all level and, by half-time, Stingers led by two goals.

Stingers managed to pull a little further ahead in quarter three and, while Genesis played well, they could not reduce the deficit in a 26-21 defeat.

Whistl Warriors continued their push for promotion with a high-scoring 46-31 win against Henley.