U9 DIVISION ONE
FOUR goals from Joseph Parsons helped Melksham Town Youth to a 7-0 away win against Trowbridge Town Youth.
Melksham also saw goals from Ben Chapman, Gage Jones and a brilliant lob over the keeper from just outside the penalty area. Dan Broom and Oliver Lawton shared the man of the match honour.
Devizes Town Youth got their second half of the season underway with a convincing 6-1 home win against Castle Combe Colts.
Devizes goals came from James Stobbart, an own goal and a hat-trick from Jack Gordon.
U9 DIVISION TWO
A CLOSE first half between local rivals Trowbridge Town A and visitors Trowbridge Wanderers A resulted in a 1-1 score. But Town took control of the second half, scoring a further four for a 5-1
victory. Jack Sterling (2), Josh Drury (2) and Hayden Bailey on target.
A first-half hat-trick for Westbury Youth Lions’ Joel Bamford settled their game against AFC Corsham Falcons, 3-1 the final score.
U9 DIVISION THREE
GOALS from Daniel Goss and Callum Nicholson gave Calne a 2-0 victory at Bromham.
U9 DIVISION FIVE
BISHOPS Cannings ran out 2-0 winners at Trowbridge Town Youth C, thanks to first-half goals from Alex Lemon and Jack Brown, who also claimed man of the match honours. The win leaves Bishops
Cannings one point clear at the top of the table.
U9 DIVISION SIX
WESTBURY Youth Tigers’ fine team effort gave them a 4-0 win at Warminster Highbury.
Owen Russell (2), Christian Hart and Cameron Rush netted and there was an outstanding performance from Tigers’ keeper Harrison Trevor who has kept a clean sheet for second week.
U10 GREEN DIVISION
MELKSHAM Town Youth Saints defeated AFC Corsham Leopards 3-1.
Ben Wilkins cross was touched on by Jack Elgin for Zac Hillier to score their opener.
Hillier went on to scores another in his side’s victory.
Devizes Town Youth A and AFC Corsham Leopards produced an exciting and entertaining match that rightly finished all square.
Devizes scored the only goal of the first half when Cameron Reader at full stretch managed to divert a cross past the keeper and into the net.
The second half was only 30 seconds old when Ciaran Websters long-range effort beat the Corsham keeper but bounced back off the bar and Corsham brok upfield to level.
Devizes went 2-1 up when Webster repeated his long-range shot but this time it flew into the net.
But Corsham levelled when Devizes keeper Tob Buller just failed to keep out a powerful drive.
U10 YELL0W DIVISION
HOME side Melksham Park took a 1-0 lead at the break against fellow championship hopefuls Trowbridge Town Youth D.
The game remained tight throughout but a goal mid way through the second half saw it end 1-1.
U11 DIVISION ONE
TROWBRIDGE Town Youth A’s start to the final half of the season got off to a great start following a solid team performance which saw them beat Warminster Highbury Blacks 4-2.
Quinney Barham, Adam Gordon, Ashton Shanley and Toby Brewer scored for Trowbridge.
U11 DIVISION TWO
TROWBRIDGE Wanderers showed great team spirit in their home game against leaders Devizes Town Youth, who ran out 5-3 winners. George Pearce, Matty Mantay and Illyass Hamdia scored for Wanderers.
U11 DIVISION FOUR
CALNE FC remained unbeaten at the top of the table following their 9-2 win at AFC Corsham 2nds. Nick Eggleton and Luke Roberts scored for Corsham.
U12 GREEN DIVISION
HOME side Amesbury Juniors Tigers put the game out of Trowbridge Wanderers reach in the first half going in 5-1 up.
The second half was more balanced with Amesbury adding two more goals.
The Tigers saw goals from Charlie Vigor (2), Dan Evans, Jack Castle and a hat-trick from Billy Ray Stevens.
U13 BLUE DIVISION
THE mid-table clash between home side Trowbridge Town Youth B and Biddestone FC ended 1-0 to Trowbridge as Harvey Hale scored the only goal.
U13 RED DIVISION
AMESBURY Juniors Lions kept up their title challenge after running out 6-3 winners at home to Chippenham Town Youth Blue.
Freddie Verosoi, Andrew Melia, Luke Woolcombe (2), Joseph Small and Jordan Warren scored for Amesbury.
U14 BLUE DIVISION
A HAT-TRICK from Ben Pring, a brace from Matt Savigar and singles from Ben Little and Prince Ofoe saw third-placed Chippenham Town Youth White to a 7-0 home win against second-placed Trowbridge
Town Youth B.
U14 RED DIVISION
A MID-TABLE game between home side Bradford Town Youth A and AFC Corsham saw the visitors take all three points with a 3-2 victory. Alex Carter and Alex Hounslow scored for Bradford.
U15 GREEN DIVISION
AFC CORSHAM Leopards celebrate their second win of the season after running out 5-3 victors at home to Trowbridge Wanderers. Chris Duddy, Kyle Gore (2), James House and Ryan Bailey scored for the
U17 BLUE DIVISION
WARMINSTER Highbury took a 2-0 lead against home side Larkhall Athletic before conceding a goal, the first time since November 15 – around 500 minutes of league football.
Larkhall scored an equaliser in the final two minutes.
Chikiah Douglas and DJ Wheeler scored for Highbury.
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