Under 9's Division One: Kieran Fitzwater gave FC Chippenham the lead mid way through the first half against home side Trowbridge Wanderers.

Jordan Young made it 2-0 after the break from the penalty mark before Wanderers replied with a deflected Sean Drewitt shot. Chippenham dominated most of the game with Frankie Vaz and Young controlling the mid field and they could have increased their score with Callum Gunner hitting the woodwork on a couple of occasions.

Westbury Youth Lions drew 2-2 with Chippenham Youth White in their last home game of the season. Both sides played some fantastic football and produced a highly entertaining game for the supporters. Both sides went close in the first half, Alex Harrison hitting the post for Westbury but it was 0-0 at the break. Westbury's first goal came from a long throw that took a deflection to beat the keeper shortly before Ben Starr made some room on the edge of the Chippenham penalty area to drive in a left footed shot. Chippenham responded with a nicely worked move to make it two one and then beat Westbury on the counter attack to get a second. Both sides continued to play attacking football with Adam Kenich hitting the bar for Westbury late on but the score was to stay 2-2 at the whistle.

Under 9's Division Two Larkhall Athletic require three points from their remaining three games to secure this seasons Division Two title after running out 4-2 winners away to Melksham Park A. Tom Walker, Drew Retford, Jamie Hall and Zac Povoas scored for Larkhall with Sam Robinson and George Hiscock replying for Park.

Under 9's Division Three Trowbridge Town Youth B ran out 2-1 winners at home to Bradford Town Youth A with Quinon Barham (2) scoring for Trowbridge and Ollie Coghlan replying for Bradford.

Adam Bouchama scored both goals for Trowbridge Town Youth D in their 2-1 home win against Castle Combe Colts. Tom Wodecki scored for Combe.

Under 9's Division Four Division winners, White Horse Juniors, were held to a two all draw in their home game against Trowbridge Wanderers B. Ashley Daniels and Aaron Batson scored for White Horse.

Under 9's Division Five Under 9's Division Six In a highly competitive and entertaining match Melksham Magpies ran out 3 - 2 winners over Larkhall Athletic. Melksham took an early lead through Haydn Sears but Larkhall came back well to lead 2 - 1 at half time through goals by Lucas Ojolo and Nick Atwell. Melksham drew level after a period of pressure after a handball in the area. Will Perkins stepped up to put away a well taken penalty. The game looked to heading for a draw before Alex Wilkes fired home an excellent shot with virtually the last kick of the game. It was an unfortunate way to end the game for Larkhall but both teams deserve praise for a very well played match.

Chippenham Town Youth are still in the running to take this season's division title after running out 4-1 winners away to Trowbridge Town Youth D. Ben Berkley (2), Ben Hislop and Dan Carter scored for Chippenham with Callum Norris replying for Trowbridge.

It was an all girl effort that got Westbury Youth Tigers off the mark against Bradford Town Youth when Ella Dyer converted Ellie Osborne's nicely placed corner. Alex Brimble made it 2-0 before the break. From then on Bradford got into the game making it difficult for Westbury and in the second half pulled it back to 2-1 with less than ten minutes to go. Jacob Humphrey eventually got Westbury's third when he found some room on the edge of the box to drive in a fine left footed shot to give Westbury the win.

Under 10's Blue Division FC Chippenham took a 3-0 lead at the break before going on to finish 4-1 winners away to Warminster Highbury. George Gernonn Reidy (2), Sam Watson and Luke Jacomb scored for Chippenham. The Warminster goal keeper, who it turns out was not their regular keeper but an out-field player, warrants a special mention. He was outstanding making several breathtaking saves.

Trowbridge B do not want the season to end after their second win in two weeks. A lively encounter with Devizes saw the home team take the lead with a well taken corner. Devizes threatened with set pieces while Trowbridge dominated in open play. The second half saw K Oakley come out on pitch to be replaced by Wilkins-Pratt in the Trowbridge goal. The keeper showed the rest how to do it with a well taken hat trick. Other scorers for Trowbridge were K Webb (2), B Webb and E Farion. Devizes hit two back with some fine counter attacking. The match was well refereed by K Chivers.

U10 Green Division Under 10's Purple Division Melksham Town Youth Magpies got off to a great start against Marshfield Lions in their last game of the season. A first minute goal from Callum McRandel and a headed corner from Edward wicks put the magpies 2-0 up at half time. Marshfield quickly came back with two goals before Callum Thorburn sent a twenty-five yard rocket of a shot into the back of the net to claim the Magpies win.

Under 10's Red Division Under 10's Yellow Division Callum Anslow scored four of White Horse Juniors Dragons six goals in their 6-3 away win against Marshfield Juniors. Chris Kinge (2) also scored for White Horse with Ellie Pressdee, Sophia Kyriakides and an own goal for Marshfield.

Under 11's Division One Trowbridge made hard work of their home game against Devizes Town Youth wasting a hat full of chances before falling behind to a soft goal midway through the first half. Trowbridge made life even more difficult for themselves by missing a penalty on the stroke of half time. The second half saw a better Trowbridge performance which was rewarded by a well deserved equaliser quickly followed by a second to give Trowbridge a well deserved lead, despite putting continuous pressure on the Devizes goal they couldn't add to their lead.

Under 11's Division Two Under 11's Division Three Trowbridge Town Youth came away comfortable 4-0 winners in their game at home against FC Chippenham. Chippenham only had ten players and found themselves 3-0 down at half time through goals from birthday boy Will Green, Jake Paxton and Dennis McElhone. In the second half Chippenham put all ten players behind the ball and Trowbridge could only add one more from McElhone. Full credit must go to Chippenham as they battled from the first minute to the last.

Under 11's Division Four Derry Hill were unlucky to go in at half time 5-1 down against Bradford Town Youth having fought back with a very well taken goal and were unfortunate not to score more. In the second half Bradford pressed home their advantage and did not allow Derry Hill out of their own half, playing some lovely one touch football but also scoring some cracking goals. Final score Bradford ten, Derry one.

Under 11's Division Five Bradford started well with early goals from Gus Wright (3) and Jacob Smith to race into a 4-0 lead.

Further strikes from Callum Yates, Leo Robertson, Ollie Clayton-Smith and a fifth goal from Wright gave Bradford an 8-0 advantage at half time. The second half saw Bradford extend their lead with goals from Ed Rolt, Milo Spiller (2), Fin Aubrey, another for Wight and a second for Robertson. The match ended 14-0 to Bradford, but credit must go to Bishops Cannings for their perseverance.

U12 Blue Division Under 12's Green Division Second place Westbury Youth and third place Laverstock and Ford battled it out for crucial points towards determining runners up position. The first half was all Westbury taking a 2-0 lead at the break. Laverstock fought back in the second half with cousins Dominic and Charlie Jackson bringing the scores level at the full time whistle and the first draw of the season for both sides. Both teams require maximum points from their remaining games for the second place title, however, Westbury do have a superior goal difference.

Under 12'S Red Division Under 13's Blue Division Amesbury Town all but sealed the league title with a tremendous team performance winning away at Melksham Town in a nail biting encounter. The home side are the only team that can catch Amesbury but this win now leaves Amesbury needing only one point from their remaining two fixtures to be crowned champions. The first half, though goalless, produced some tremendously passionate though controlled football from both sides. Amesbury looked calm at the back with the entire back four playing with superb confidence against a physically strong Melksham forward line. A sustained period of pressure from Amesbury resulted in a Tyler Brockway free kick from 25 yards forcing the home goalkeeper to produce a good save to turn the ball away for a corner. Then Finn Drury was unlucky to see his hooked volley from the resultant kick go just over the bar. Amesbury midfield were battling hard and fighting for everything with Conor Harrington and Joey Barnwell epitomising the spirit of Amesbury team in wanting to dominate and dictate the play. Drury and Harry Beckley were linking well up front and causing the home defence numerous problems with their astute play and awareness. This game was indeed a battle that Amesbury seemed determined to win and they edged the first period in terms of quality and hunger. Seven minutes into the second half and Amesbury took the lead with the goal that was to prove the winner. Conor West, who was having a fine game, played the ball across to Drury and the tall Blues striker switched the ball to his left foot and held off his marker before curling in a superb strike from 25 yards. Nathan Nightingale then swung in a cross from the right and Harrington threw himself forward and his diving header forced the Melksham keeper to go down low to his left to turn the ball around the post. Nightingale then almost doubled the lead midway through the half when he cut in from the right but elected to try his luck with his left foot and the ball went harmlessly wide. Amesbury were now looking the more likely side to score again and Beckley was unlucky when he saw his shot cannon off the cross bar and bounce back into play. Brockway and Adam Flint seemed to have the measure of the Melksham forwards and limited their efforts against keeper Tom Hollinworth to a absolute minimum. Both full backs West and Rory Johnstone held the line well and pushed forward in support of others at every opportunity and wingers Nightingale and Jake Chambers were constantly causing the home defence problems with their direct running and good crosses. What a great game we witnessed. None of these 8-2, 9-0 or 10-0 matches but an old fashioned 1-0 hard fought game between two well matched teams. All in all then a great team performance by everyone and when the two teams meet again in the League Cup Final in two weeks time everyone can be assured of another close encounter between, undoubtedly, the two best teams in the division.

AFC Corsham were convincing 9-1 winners away to Bradford Town Youth White. George White scored for Bradford with his thirtieth goal of the season so far.

U13 Green Division One point separates the top three teams in this division with all of them having one game of the season left to play. Division leaders Westbury Youth enhanced their chances of clinching the title after running out 12-1 winners away to Bromham. Kai Bingham (6), Ashley Hargreaves (3), Jack Hayward, Luke Booth and Ryan Holton scored for Westbury with Jordan Stafford replying for Bromham.

Chippenham Town Youth stay in the running after their 7-1 away win against Malmesbury Youth. George Barrell scored for Malmesbury.

Worton and Cheverell ended their season on a high running out 3-2 winners away to Melksham Town Youth Red. Joe Maloney (2) and Ben Perrit scored for Worton with Charlie King and James Harwood replying for Melksham.

Under 13's Red Dilton Rovers took a 3-0 lead in their away game against Mere but the home side fought back reducing the deficit to 3-2 before the break. Shortly after the restart Mere brought the scores level. Dilton regained the lead but Mere quickly cancelled it out with two minutes to go ending the game level at 4-4. Harry Page (2), Kyle Quinn and Sam Gauntlett scored for Dilton with Eboni McCann 93) and Ryan Anker replying for Mere.

Under 14's Blue FC Chippenham ran out 6-0 winners at home to Warminster Highbury with goals from Jamie Walker, Jamal Chevolleau, Charlie Henley, Alex Warburton (2) and Ollie Glover. The win leaves Chippenham one point behind the current leaders, Amesbury Juniors, with one game left to play.

Under 14's Green Division Division winners Corsham FC rounded off their season with a 9-0 away win against Chippenham Town Youth. Corsham saw goals from Leigh Rogers (3), Mel King, Joe Lye, Pete White, Chris Harding, Ryan Godridge and James Cryer.

Devizes Town Youths hopes of clinching runners up title was enhanced with a 4-1 home win against Pewsey Vale. Declan McEnry, Rob Stratton, Steff Rossi and Jack Davis scored for Devizes with Cameron Amor replying for Pewsey.

Under 14's Red Division Chippenham Town Rangers started brightly against visitors Castle Combe Colts with Rangers taking the lead on five minutes after some slack defending by Combe. The goal sparked Combe into action and after some outstanding team play Combe equalised with a classy finish from Luke Simpkins. Combe really got into their stride scoring through Matt Stevens (3), Nick Blackmore, Ollie Thomas and Kane Tilley to take a 7-1 lead at the interval.

Combe continued to dominate after the break seeing further goals from Thomas, Sam Wozniak and Blackmore. All credit to Rangers who stuck at it and scored a consolation second goal five minutes from time. The game was played in an excellent spirit and both teams were a credit to themselves, their clubs and the league.

Division winners Amesbury Juniors 2nds kept their ninth clean sheet of the season so far, running out 7-0 winners away to Westbury Youth 2nds. Jamie Fry, Danny Webb, Dominic Fairclough, Jack Walton (2) and Ashley Gooch (2) scored for Amesbury.

Under 15's Blue Division Danny Valance gave Amesbury Juniors a 1-0 lead in their away game against Trowbridge Town Youth. Trowbridge brought the scores level before going on to lead 2-1 at the break. The game was pretty close throughout but a tremendous thirty yard free kick from Nick Dunford into the back of the net settled the affair at 2-2.

Under 15's Green Division Flynn Precup scored five of Westbury Youth 2nds six goals in their 6-4 home win against FC Chippenham Youth. Matthew Wheeble also scored for Westbury.

Melksham Town Youth Red earned their third win of the season after running out 3-1 winners away to Chippenham Town Youth. Richard Bray scored from the penalty mark for Chippenham.

Under 15's Red Division Bradford Town Youth White's started their away game against Mere very well with Mere on the back foot and Bradford taking a 2-0 lead at the break. Mere started the second half with more determination and equalised after a short period. Both sides fought hard taking the score to 3-3 before a goal in the dying minutes from Louis Jones settled the game at 4-3 to Bradford. Bradford also saw goals from Alfie Wells (2) and Harry Grogan with S Matthews (2) and Robert Gould replying for Mere.

Bradford Town Youth Blues put pressure on FC Chippenham 2nds from the outset, with Gabriel Nathan scoring early on in the game. Chippenham endeavoured to counter attack with several shots on goal. A superb pass from captain Dylan Boocock created space for Mark Daniels to score from the wing, making it 2-0 to Bradford. This was followed a minute later by a third goal for from Robin Aldridge. Bradford continued to apply pressure, resulting in Nathan's second goal from a well driven pass by Ben Sessions. FC Chippenham showed great tenacity in the second half, continuing to press forward and frustrate Bradford's attacks. Nevertheless, Nathan sealed the 5-0 victory with a long range volley towards the end for his hat trick. The game was well refereed well by Jon Trueman.

Derry Hill United completed their season with a 5-2 away win against home side Devizes Town Youth 2nds. Dean Taccuso and Matt Lambie scored for Devizes.

Under 16's Blue Division Natti Mills gave Trowbridge Town Youth a 1-0 lead at the break in their away game against Bath City Youth. Ten minutes into the second half James Ricaud made it 2-0 to Trowbridge before Bradley King-Taylor increased their lead to 3-0. Bath never gave up and got onto the score sheet with ten minutes to go ending the game at 3-1 to Trowbridge.

Under 16's Red Division Warminster United travelled to FC Chippenham for their last game of the season knowing that one point from the game would seal this season title for them. Warminster took no chances, remaining solid at the back whilst dangerous in attack to settle the game and the league title with a 5-0 win. Beau Blakeman (2), Jordan Smith, James Reeves and Joe Martin all scored for Warminster.

Amesbury Juniors need all three points from their last game to clinch runners up position following their 5-1 home win against Worton & Cheverell. Tom Mason scored for Worton.

Under 17's/18's Division In a mid week fixture FC Chippenham took a 1-0 lead at the break at home to Castle Combe Colts 1. The second half saw both sides hit the back of the net to end the game 2-1 to Chippenham. Mark Nolan scored both goals for Chippenham.

FC Chippenham travelled to Castle Combe for their second game of the week to play Castle Combe Colts. Colts gave a great team performance to remain unbeaten with a 6-1 final score. Sam Barry, Toby Moore, Adam Shipman, Tom Stevens, Arthur Richardson and Richard Boulter scored for Combe with Jacob Fell replying for Chippenham.