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MID WILTS YOUTH & MINOR: Tight finish in U9s Division Four
11:40am Wednesday 2nd May 2012 in Football
U9 Division One
TROWBRIDGE Town claimed a 1-1 draw with Larkhall Athletic, Harrison Simmonds on target for Town.
U9 Division Four
THE league prize remains up for grabs with just one point separating the top three. Second-placed Trowbridge Town Youth B enhanced their chances with a 3-1 away win against FC Calne B team, Rocco Diilorro, Josh Timbrell and Aiden Wynne on target.
U9 Division Five
HOSTS Bishops Cannings and Castle Combe Black shared an 11-goal thriller, with Cannings edging a 6-5 win. George Green led the Cannings scoring with a hat-trick, Eathan Burns, Will Scammell, and George Rowlatt – with his first goal of the season – also on target.
U11 Division Two
THERE was nothing to separate home side Melksham United B and Devizes Town Youth who, after being level at 1-1 at half time, ended up drawing 5-5. Sam Townsend led the way for Melksham with a hat-trick, James Dobbinadding and Josh Draper also finding the net.
U11 Division Four
IN THE Chippenham derby, visitors Chippenham Town Youth Blue edged out FC Chippenham Panthers 5-4. The Panthers goals came from Tyler Beattie with a brace and two own goals.
U13 Green Division
AMESBURY Juniors Lions took a 1-0 lead at the break against champions Bath Arsenal, but Bath took control of the second half, running out 5-2 winners.
THE match between home side Mere and Worton & Cheverell survived despite the wind and rain but was the only one in the division to do so. It proved a worthwhile trip for the visitors as they ran out 3-2 winners, Liam Francis and Kieran Fitzgerald scoring for Mere.
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