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WESTBURY United Reserves went into their midweek game against Steeple Ashton knowing that nothing less than victory in their final two matches of the season would see them finish as runners-up to Division One champions Freshford United.
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WESTWOOD News went into their final league match of the season needing to beat Bradford United Reserves and win by nine clear goals in the process to pip Trowbridge Town Reserves to the runners-up spot in Division Two.
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SECOND Division Westwood News are the third side through to the semi-finals of this season’s EJ Shanley & Sons-sponsored Spring Cup after they defeated third division outfit Trowbridge Rangers 5-1 at Bobbins Lane to set up a meeting with either Lacock FC or United FC for the chance to play Trowbridge Town or Trowbridge Wanderers Reserves in the final later this month.
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LAMB FC entertained Semington Magpies at Whaddon Lane in midweek and it was Tony Stevens' hosts who came out on top as they edged a seven-goal thriller to keep their slim hopes of finishing as Division One runners up alive.
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DIVISION Two champions Lacock FC were probably expecting a much easier time than they had at home to Heytesbury who, although losing 3-2 against Joe Martin and Martin Bradfield’s side, made the hosts work extremely hard to preserve their unbeaten record for the season.
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SECOND Division sides Trowbridge Town Reserves and Trowbridge Wanderers Reserves are the first two teams through to the semi-finals of this season’s EJ Shanley & Sons-sponsored Spring Cup after victories over respective third division opponents Polenez Westbury and Zeals.
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JUST three days after they fought out a goalless draw in their Trowbridge League Division one match, Westbury United Reserves and Castle Combe returned to Meadow Lane on Tuesday evening to battle it out for a place in the final of this season’s Chantry Digital Ltd-sponsored Knockout Cup.
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AFC CORSHAM Jaguars booked their place at May’s finals weekend as they defeated Worton & Cheverell 4-0 in the Ron & Edna Sales U15 League Cup showpiece during two days of semi finals at Rudloe’s Leafy Lane complex last weekend.
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Your Say Your Gazette
At a housing allocations meeting last week I stressed the importance of not just the numbers but there must be a strategic overview as well to ensure that we do not just see housing numbers increase, but that we see vital new road links and better community infrastructure being delivered. − Peter J Hutton Wiltshire councillorChippenham town not a shambles »
Five years ago when we revived our campaign against the development we asked various organisations if they wanted to help us. We had support from the Woodland Trust, the Forestry Commission and CPRE among others. Wiltshire Wildlife Trust said that it was an insignificant wood of very little value. It’s amazing how things change once money comes into the equation! − Irene Sinclair Vice-chairman Friends of Bird MarshWood worth saving for future »
Chippenham town not a shambles