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11:00am Friday 10th May 2013
AFTER not being able to raise a team for their last two Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories, Trowbridge League, Division One matches, Seend United made a welcome return to action on Thursday evening with a 5-0 victory at home to near-neighbours and the already-relegated Semington Magpies.
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11:00am Wednesday 8th May 2013
DIVISION Two champions Lamb brought the certain down a their excellent campaign with a 4-3 win at relegation-threatened Broughton Gifford, who must get at least a point from Saturday’s game with Heytesbury, if they are to avoid successive demotions.
10:00am Wednesday 8th May 2013
A YEAR after they were celebrating winning the Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories Trowbridge League Division One title Trowbridge Wanderers have seen their fortunes turn full circle and a 6-1 defeat at home to Westbury United Reserves means that they will be playing second division football next term.
10:13am Tuesday 7th May 2013
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1:00pm Monday 6th May 2013
AFTER suffering relegation from Division One last term, Steeple Ashton have made an immediate return to the top flight after their 3-3 draw at Division Two champions The Lamb gave them the point they needed to see off a late challenge from Trowbridge Wanderers Reserves.
12:00pm Monday 6th May 2013
WITH the top two places in Division One of the Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories Trowbridge District League already resolved, the focus of attention turned to the bottom of the table where the battle to stay in the top flight could go to the final day/night of fixtures.
Your Say Your Gazette
I refer to the article on Chippenham RFC seeking permission from the Rugby Football Union to allow their second team to be promoted to Southern Counties (level seven of the RFU league structure) should they finish top of Dorset & Wilts 1 North (level eight), (Gazette & Herald, February 28). The most interesting aspect of the article was actually what was not said by the club’s representative or was not mentioned. − Colin Brockhurst, CorshamSet up reserve league »
A newsletter hit my doormat on March 2 from ‘Nick Watts and the Lib Dem team’ headlined: Freeze Wilts council tax say Lib Dems. This document goes on to tell us that: “hard-working families cannot afford unnecessary council tax hikes in these difficult times” and so “Nick Watts and the Liberal Democrats have promised not to support any attempt by Wiltshire Conservatives to hit families by increasing council tax this year”. − Peter Kemp, ChippenhamDon't believe claims »
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