Seventeen West Middlesex Sunday Football League matches have been written off as stalemates so the season can draw to a close.

Six games in the Premier, 10 in Division One and one in Division Two have been awarded as draws, but none affected the destinations of the titles.

Draytonians won the Premier, Feltham United triumphed in the Intermediate, AFC Teddington were top dogs in Division One and Bedfont Sunday A came out on top in Division Two. League secretary Dave Sturt said: "It got to the stage where we couldn't play the remaining games, and we like to get it wrapped up by mid-May anyway. "It's been a year where our teams have played a lot of cup games, with one team - AFC Charlton Heston - having to play 11 after reaching two finals. "With the bad weather forcing postponments too, it was the best course of action."

The drawn matches were as follows: Premier - AC Borough v Stanwell, Hampton Village v Rectory Teddington Rangers, Stanwell v Acton, Sunbury Athletic v Hampton Village and the Hampton Village v Stanwell double-header.

Division One - The Grey Horse v Spelthorne Utd, AFC Charlton v Kempton Park Rangers, AFC Charlton v Spelthorne, The Grey Horse v Whitton Celtic and the AFC Charlton v Whitton Celtic, AFC Charlton v Langdon Park and AFC Lats v Whitton Celtic double-headers.

Division Two - AFC Staines v Surrey Celtic. Meanwhile, the league will be expanding by two divisions next year, with a Division Three and a Veterans Division joining the ranks.