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2:48pm Tuesday 10th December 2013
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MATT Rusling’s Southwick Wanderers side made the most of Miller Sports inactivity in Division Two as a 4-3 win for the villagers at GRFC saw Rusling’s side return to the of the table for the first time since early October.
1:00pm Monday 9th December 2013
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WITH NEAR-NEIGHBOURS AFC Melksham and Steeple Ashton Rangers both searching for their first S.K. Fruits Limited, Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division victory it was Melksham who were toasting the champagne as they at last turned chances into goals as they beat their guests 10-1.
12:00pm Monday 9th December 2013
LAST season’s presstoprint-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup winners Biddestone Social kept their hopes of retaining the trophy then won in April by beating Bug & Spider 4-2 very much alive with a harder than expected 3-1 win at first division Staverton.
2:30pm Friday 6th December 2013
WITH leaders Corsham Centre Youth in Knockout Cup action and second-placed Bath Road having a free week, third in the table Melksham Forest Community Centre, who blew their chance to close the gap on the Centre last weekend, will be hoping for better things when they visit local rivals Miller Sports B.
2:00pm Friday 6th December 2013
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THE top three sides from Division One will be in league action this Sunday and all three of them face potentially tricky opponents, with leaders Prestige Bodyworks possibly having the hardest test of the title-chasing sides.
1:00pm Friday 6th December 2013
AFC Melksham and near-neighbours Steeple Ashton Rangers will meet at Christie Miller, with both teams looking to register their first S.K. Fruits Limited Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division win of the season.
12:30pm Friday 6th December 2013
LAST season’s presstoprint-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup winners Biddestone Social, who suffered a surprise loss in the Wiltshire Sunday Cup last weekend, will be out to avoid another potential banana skin as they battle to keep hold of the trophy they won last term.
3:00pm Monday 2nd December 2013
IN WHAT was the only all Chippenham & District Sunday League clash in the third round of the Wiltshire Sunday Cup, first Division White Horse (Sunday) left it late to beat second division FC Buscots, with the winning goal coming from the rarest of sources and with extra time looming.
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A 3-2 WIN for Prestige Bodyworks at home to North Star A saw Zac Klukowski’s side pick up their first win in three games and with other results going their way the Chippenham-based side find themselves top of the Division One table.
12:30pm Monday 2nd December 2013
AFTER back-to-back defeats Westbury Rangers made a welcomed return to winning ways after they beat AFC Melksham 1-0 in what was the only fixture in the S.K. Fruits Limited, Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division.
12:00pm Monday 2nd December 2013
THIRD Division Pig & Whistle United booked the place in the last 16 of this season’s presstoprint-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup after overturning a half-time deficit to beat first division strugglers Chippenham West End 2-1.
2:00pm Friday 29th November 2013
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A place in the last 16 of this season’s presstoprint-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup is the prize for the winners of delayed first round match between third division Pig & Whistle United and first division strugglers Chippenham West End.
3:15pm Thursday 28th November 2013
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION THREE PREVIEW: Worton out to stop Sportzcoach juggernaut
3:06pm Thursday 28th November 2013
WORTON & Cheverell are the next team in line to try and bring an end to Sportzcoach Dragonz United’s 100 per cent start to their Division Three campaign which has seen them win seven on the bounce and includes a 10-0 win over Chris Cole’s side just two weeks ago.
3:00pm Monday 25th November 2013
THE Division Four clash between second-placed Melksham Forest Community Centre and Bremhill View Boys, who started the morning in third spot, went to form with Melksham claiming a 7-1 win which was a remarkable turnaround as they had suffered a 10-2 loss at the hands of Chris Edes' side earlier in the season.
2:30pm Monday 25th November 2013
HAVING already beaten Old Road FC 5-2 this term, Division Three leaders Melksham Cosmos would have been confident of picking up another three points from Andy Rose’s side when they met on the 3G pitch at Stanley Park.
2:00pm Monday 25th November 2013
WITH Division Two leaders Miller Sports A dropping two points from their game at Sutton Benger, Devizes-based FC Buscots thumped fellow high flying Southwick Wanderers 9-3 to make a welcome return to the top of the table.
1:30pm Monday 25th November 2013
PRESTIGE Bodyworks were looking to bounce back from last week’s first defeat of the season, but came up against a resurgent White Horse (Sunday) A side that were looking to add to a run of three games unbeaten.
1:00pm Monday 25th November 2013
A 5-1 WIN for Tom Perkins' Castle FC side at home to Westbury Rangers saw them claim a share of the top spot in the S.K. Fruits Limited Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division with three-time champions Biddestone Social, who also kept their unbeaten start to the campaign intact with success at AFC Melksham.
3:00pm Friday 22nd November 2013
2:30pm Friday 22nd November 2013
CHRISTIAN Malford will visit Crossblades FC for their latest Division three fixture and if the villagers could strike gold at Nurstead Road it would give them a third straight win and another massive three points in their battle to avoid relegation.
2:00pm Friday 22nd November 2013
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A WEEK after their brilliant 4-0 win over Division One leaders Bromham, Spike Chandler’s Somerford side could find themselves top of the table come Sunday afternoon, should they beat basement side Chippenham West End and other results were to go their way.
1:00pm Friday 22nd November 2013
AFTER suffering their first defeat of the season at defending S.K. Fruits Limited Chippenham Sunday League, Premier Division champions Biddestone Social last weekend, Shaun Gardiner will be hoping that his Westbury Rangers side can make an immediate return to winning ways when they travel to unbeaten Castle FC.
3:00pm Monday 18th November 2013
BATH Road FC surrendered their unbeaten start to the season after they were handsomely beaten 7-0 at Meriton Avenue by runaway Division Four leaders Corsham Centre Youth, whose latest win was their ninth on the bounce and maintained their 100 per cent record to date.
2:30pm Monday 18th November 2013
NORTH Star B picked up a crucial three points from their trip to fellow Division Three relegation battlers FC North Wiltshire to move themselves out of the bottom two and leave their hosts firmly rooted to the foot of the table after managing just five points from a possible 27.
2:00pm Monday 18th November 2013
WITH leaders FC Buscots set for a free weekend, their reign at the top of the Division Two table came to an end as victories for both Southwick Wanderers and Miller Sports A saw them claim a share of the number one spot.
1:00pm Monday 18th November 2013
WITH Division One leaders Bromham losing at Somerford, Prestige Bodyworks, who started the day in second spot, missed out on the chance to take over at the summit after they crashed to their first defeat of the campaign.
12:30pm Monday 18th November 2013
THREE-TIME defending S.K. Fruits Limited Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division champions Biddestone Social claimed a 3-1 victory at home to fellow title hopefuls Westbury Rangers, who fell from the top of the pile to second spot as Ashley Smith’s side moved from third to the summit after inflicting Shaun Gardiner’s side with their first loss of the season.
2:30pm Friday 15th November 2013
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A WEEK after they were beaten by Sutton Benger in the Knockout Cup, AFC Avellinos will be hoping to avenge their 5-0 loss when the teams go head-to-head in their first Division Two meeting of the season.
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TOP FLIGHT FC Colerne and second division side Potterne CFC will meet at the former’s Bath Road ground looking to book their place in the second round of this season’s presstoprint-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup.
6:00pm Monday 11th November 2013
IT TOOK a solitary first-half goal to give Bath Road FC maximum points from their clash at Vallens Terrace, Box, over fellow Division Four promotion hopefuls Melksham Forest Community Centre, who played that part in a thrilling game that saw Bath Road win 1-0.
5:00pm Monday 11th November 2013
CHRISTIAN Malford moved out of the Division Three drop zone after claiming their first home win of the season and second victory against Wren who having already beaten them 5-0, claimed a 2-1 win at their Kington Langley pitch.
4:00pm Monday 11th November 2013
Your Say Your Gazette
On Monday evening at 5pm I parked in the parking adjacent to the doctors’ surgery to be told there was no public parking there. Is this some kind of joke? This has to be one of the most thoughtless set-ups around here. Fortunately I was with my daughter who is fit and healthy and after my telling-off I parked in the public car park behind Waitrose. − Tom Humphreys, MarlboroughParking rule disgrace »
Judging by the letters page, many residents have now realised just how much money is, and was, wasted by Wiltshire Council. I wonder how many people would have voted in a different way if they had known that even more staff redundencies were days away from the election. How many would have voted to award the ‘top’ councillors a £20,000 a year increase in allowances? − Stuart Eels, Yatton KeynellWhy so many bosses? »
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