U12 Ron Boucher Memorial Trophy
TROWBRIDGE Wanderers progressed to the next round after winning a penalty shootout against Westbury Youth Lions.
Wanderers led 3-1 at one stage, Joe Page, Lucas Piscopo and Stefan Aland on target before Westbury drew level at 3-3.
Seb Hounsell, Piscopo and William Smart scored in the shootout as Wanderers progressed.
U9 Yellow Division
THOMAS Rose and Tommy Meaden scored for visitors Trowbridge Wanderers Rovers in their 2-1 win against Warminster Highbury Black, Rovers’ keeper Finlay Adamson turning in an outstanding performance.
U10 Blue Division
AFC CORSHAM Jaguars remain joint leaders after their 4-1 win against Chippenham Town Youth White, for whom Kit Denman scored.
Trowbridge Town Lions were 2-0 victors over Worton and Cheverell, Aiden Wynne and an own goal deciding it.
U10 Green Division
WESTBURY Youth Hurricanes drew 1-1 at Larkhall Athletic, Liam Headen scoring for leaders Larkhall.
U10 Red Division
TROWBRIDGE Town Pumas were 3-0 up at one stageagainst Bradford Town Youth Panthers, Max Gumm, Harvey Frisby and George York scoring before Bradford hit back to draw 3-3.
U12 Blue Division
HOME side Worton & Cheverell were 6-2 winners over AFC Corsham Falcons, Harry Davis leading the scoring with a hat-trick.
James Stobbart added two and Alfie Miles-Hobbs the other.
U15 Blue Division
CALLUM Demkiv scored both goals for home side Melksham United Hurricanes in their 2-0 win against Warminster Highbury.
U16 Blue Division
BIDDESTONE FC remain just one point behind leaders Holt FC after running out convincing 7-0 winners against Warminster Highbury.
A fine all-round team performance saw Max Shackleford and Kieran Plummer scored two goals each, Ed Sawyer (penalty), Robbie Tripp and James Coley also netting.
U16 Red Division
FROME Town Youth moved up to third after running out 4-2 winners against second-placed Amesbury Town. Goals came from Jack Collins and a hat-trick from Jakub Zamorski.
MID WILTS YOUTH & MINOR REPORTS & PICTURES IN THURSDAY'S GAZETTE & HERALD AND FRIDAY'S WILTSHIRE TIMES