Dartmouth AFC claimed the Division One title in bizarre circumstances after opponents Chudleigh Athletic failed to raise a side. The hosts were awarded the full three points, meaning closest rivals Buckland Athletic reserves can no longer leapfrog the Darts with one game remaining. The first team played their last league game of what has been an exceptional season at Broadhempston on Tuesday night, and they certainly finished with a flourish, putting seven goals past Broads in a one-sided 7-2 thumping. This ensured they will be full of confidence going into their rescheduled cup final against Exwick Villa tonight. Kick-off at Coach Road this evening is at 7pm, and manager and club chairman Gary Lobb would like to remind supporters that Dartmouth AFC are again providing a coach for those willing to attend the match. The coach leaves the club at 5.45pm. There was some action to report on this week; Dartmouth reserves extended their unbeaten league run to eight games after defeating Ilsington Villa 2-1 at Longcross on Saturday. Carl Woodgate opened the scoring from the penalty spot before the visitors levelled matters before the break after they were awarded a penalty of their own. With 10 minutes remaining, Lee Prestage glanced a Ben Greeno cross into the net to hand the Darts the three points. This result came on the back of a credible 2-2 draw away to local rivals Dittisham United, courtesy of a first-half strike from Charlie Smith and then an own goal five minutes from time. The reserves put three goals past Salcombe Town at Longcross on Tuesday night and play host to Bovey Tracey in their final league game this Saturday. Kick-off is at 2.30pm.