MID WILTS YOUTH & MINOR LEAGUE: Shay at the treble

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U9 Orange Division

A SHAY Grant hat-trick and a strike from Jamie Mullan gave Trowbridge Wanderers Albion a 4-2 away victory against Frome Town.

U9 Yellow Division

THE bottom of the table clash saw home side Trowbridge Wanderers Rovers and Warminster Highbury Blacks share the spoils with a nail-biting 1-1 draw.

Tommy Mclean scored for the Rovers with his first goal for the club.

U9 Red Division

CASTLE Combe Colts Blacks fought back from two goals down to earn a 2-2 home draw with Trowbridge Town Panthers Brandon Mullins continued his prolific run of form with the Combe’s first, while the equaliser arrived when Luke Van de Burgt’s corner forced an own goal.

U10 Blue Division

CHIPPENHAM Town Whites went close to clinching their first points but their hopes were dashed as visitors Devizes Town Dragons held out for a 5-4 victory.

The Whites saw two goals from Louis Bombroff, plus strikes by James Larvin and Nathan Jackson.

Trowbridge Town Lions lost out 1-0 to AFC Corsham with the last kick of the game.

U10 Green Division

HOME side Larkhall Athletic took a 1-0 lead at the break against Marshfield Juniors before going on to score three in the second half with no reply.

Ben Allen twice, Alex Parsons and Morgan Henry scored for Larkhall.

U10 Yellow Division

HOSTS Warminster Highbury Stripes gave a solid performance against second in the table Westbury Youth Spitfires, but a goal either side of half time from Nathan Ellis gave the visitors a 2-0 win.

FC Calne Rovers secured a 4-1 win over Melksham United, James MacKinnon opening the scoring for Calne.

Melksham equalised, before Spencer Smart added two and Zach Davies one to seal Calne’s triumph.

U10 Red Division

TROWBRIDGE Town Tigers clinched a 4-1 win against their own club’s Pumas team.

An early penalty for the Tigers was coolly taken by Mark Brimson before Ollie Scott and a superb individual goal from Harry Stevens made it 3-0.

Pumas came back in the second half with a fine goal from Max Gumm, but Tigers sealed the win with a sliding effort from Bailey Cooper.

U11 Blue Division

DEVIZES Town Youth ran out convincing 6-1 winners at Frome Town.

Dalton Bridewell and Oscar Toropov-Shilling both scored twice, Matthew Coombes and Guy Williamson also on target.

U11 Yellow Division

CHIPPENHAM Town and FC Chippenham played out a goals-laden encounter, which FC Chippenham sneaked home in 9-7.

Liam Farion scored four times and Toby Fenton, Tom Tierney, Matt Bell and an own goal made up the tally for the winners, who were 8-4 up at one stage before a fine Town comeback.

U12 Red Division

TWO goals from Lewis Hawkins and a Daniel Fernandez effort made it 3-0 to home side Bishops Cannings in the first half of their clash against Malmesbury Youth.

After the break Louis Harrop added a fourth for Cannings, who are joint second in the table, before a late consolation.

U13 Green Division

WILL Chantry gave visitors Bradford Town Youth Panthers a 1-0 lead against Bishops Cannings before Aiden Green sealed the victory with two more.

U14 Red Division

BROMHAM bossed most of their first half against home side AFC Corsham Leopards, taking a 3-0 lead at the break. The Leopards pushed Bromham hard in the second half, scoring twice through Nick Eggleton and Shaun Paradise.

U15 Blue Division

CAMERON Organ scored the winning goal in the first half of a competitive match for Bradford Town Youth against Devizes Town Youth.

U16 Green Division

CASTLE Combe Colts secured their first three points of the season after running out 2-0 winners against second place Worton & Cheverell.

Declan Coker and Matt Carter scored for Combe.

MID WILTS YOUTH & MINOR LEAGUE REPORTS & PICTURES IN THURSDAY'S GAZETTE & HERALD AND FRIDAY'S WILTSHIRE TIMES

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