CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR: Bremhill keep winning run going (From The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald)
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CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR: Bremhill keep winning run going
5:00pm Monday 16th September 2013 in News
SINCE suffering relegation at the end of the last campaign, Bremhill View Boys under new manager Chris Edes look to have turned things around in Division Four.
The Calne-based side who managed just four victories from their 20 games last term have made a promising start in their bid for an immediate return to the third division.
First-half goals from George Dolman, Zack Surry and Liam Jones who also missed a penalty gave Eades side a 3-0 half-time lead.
After the break it was the turn of Stuart Windsor to shine in front of goal as his hat trick along with another Billy Gleed effort, his third in as many games made up Bremhill’s seven.
Tom Castleman replied for Cross Keys.
Bath Road FC 3 White Horse (Sunday) B 3
BATH Road FC dropped their first points of the season after they gave up a three-goal lead and allowed fellow newcomers White Horse (Sunday) B to fight back and claim a 3-3 draw giving them their first point of the season.
Matt White’s goal separated the teams at the interval and when he added his second early in the second half and Luke Carrington netted a third for Bath Road they looked on course for a third successive win.
However they never reckoned on a spirited fight back from Chris Webber’s side for who Jordan Gullis start the turnaround.
A second from Gullis narrowed the gap to the odd goal and a first goal for the club for Paul Bendall completed the comeback that made the Horse’s trek back to Westbury a lot better than they thought it was going to be at one stage.
Melksham Forest Community Centre 2 Cavalier 0
CAVALIER'S long wait for a win continues after they were beaten 2-0 at Melksham Forest Community Centre.
Cavalier, who have now gone 24 games without a victory, started well and had chances to score in a first half that failed to produce a goal.
After the break, a Dan Goldsworthy double handed Melksham Forest their first ever league win and left Cavalier ruing those missed chances.
Miller Sports B 1 Corsham Centre Youth 5
AFTER a shaky start at Miller Sports B that saw them fall behind to a penalty, fellow league newcomers Corsham Centre Youth fought back to claim a 5-1 win.
Within two minutes Miller’s number Mike Haines had beaten two players and was brought down in the box, he dusted himself off and dispatched the penalty, despite keeper Thomson getting a hand to it.
Haines remained a constant threat throughout the half, however with Luke Barrie pulling the strings in midfield, Centre equalised with a Simon Gray strike.
On 35 minutes elder statesman Richie Boore clipped a deft left foot cross for Darrin Moss to fire home on the half volley.
Simon Gray scored his second and fourth of the season to make it 3-1 at half time.
Centre picked up the pace in second half and on 60 minutes a great ball from Gray was smashed home by Stuart Tutty.
Miller’s keeper Jamie Hutton and Centre’s wasteful finishing saw the game remain at 4-1 until 16-year-old substitute Max Shackleford powerfully headed home his first for the club to make it 5-1.
The Mallard FC 4 Trowbridge Rangers 0
TROWBRIDGE Rangers (Sunday) were predicted to pick up their first win of the season when they visited league newcomers The Mallard.
However it was the hosts who having lost their opening game tore up the form book as they coasted to a comfortable 4-0 win.
Liam Spilling scored all four of the Mallard’s goals, scoring two in each half.
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