A LUKE Duffett double secured a third-placed finish for Hanley Swan in their final Cheltenham League Division One game of the season.

The windy conditions didn’t help either team but Hanley went in search of an early goal in their 4-1 away win.

Jackson McMullen and Ash Bloore combined well and Tiago Ribeiro went close with an effort.

At the other end Chris Bunn and Chris Aston defended well and Dan Rawlings kept Kings out in goal.

Bloore hit the bar and Ribeiro went close again with a shot going just wide.

Eventually Hanley took the lead with Kevin Moore breaking to hit the ball home.

But Kings levelled from the penalty spot on the stroke of half-time when Aston was judged to have handled the ball.

Hanley started the second half looking for more goals with Moore impressing and Ben Peplow outstanding in midfield.

Bloore headed against the bar but Hanley got their second following a good run from Ribeiro who crossed for Duffett to hit home.

The third goal came with Ribeiro again beating the defence and unselfishly passing for Duffett to score from close range.

Hanley substitute Ryan Bounds made some good runs and forced an own goal to complete the scoring.

Upton Town finished the season in second spot after a 4-1 win at Southside Star and 1-1 draw with Dowty Dynamos.

George Brand (3) and Simon Craddock scored at Star with Gavin Hunter on target at home to Dynamos.

Welland Reserves face Leckhampton Rovers in the Division Three play-off final at Bishops Cleeve on Saturday (2pm).

They won their semi-final 4-1 on penalties against Prestbury Rovers Reserves after drawing 0-0.

Malvern Cave tackle Cheltenham Saracens Reserves in the Division Four play-off final at Bishops Cleeve on Saturday (noon).

Cave beat Woodmancote United 4-2 in their semi-final thanks to Ralph N'dongo (2), Louis Bourke and James Crane.