THE Wrey Arms Sunday Football League Division One title will be settled on the last game of the season.Bratton Fleming and Dynamo will meet in two weeks' time in a showdown decider for the top prize.On Sunday, Dynamo took a vital three points and condemned J&A to relegation from Division One with a 1-0 win at the Tarka Tennis Centre.Despite loading the attack, the Snappers were unable to find the breakthrough during wave after wave of forward play.J&A threw everything at 10-men Dynamo, who held onto their single goal thanks to a solid defensive display at the back, and tireless front-running by strike duo Craig Rice and Ray Squire.Also in Div One, Landkey beat Kenny's Bar 3-1, Jamie Hutton (2) and Kieron Haywood the scorers. This weekend, features league cup semi-final action, with J&A taking on the Police, and Pollyfield pushing for silverware against Bratton.In Division Two, champions Wrey Arms completed their first season in the league with a convincing 6-0 win over Western Power Distribution. Lee Capner scored his first ever hat-trick on his return to the side following injury, while Kieran Wallis also scored on his return from a broken leg sustained during the first match of the season. Lee Holding and Shane King were the other scorers for Wrey.Rose & Crown found themselves 3-0 up inside the first minutes in their game against Kings Arms. The South Molton men did finally manage to switch on after half-an-hour though, Colin Kennerson hitting back for the Kings on 35 minutes. Simon Loosemore added another with a reverse volley that caught everybody out, but a 4-2 final score was enough to seal promotion for Rose & Crown, who move into Division One next season.The two sides will square up for a final time this season in the league cup final on April 13.