Under 11s - CHIPPENHAM Arrows consolidated their position at the top of the table with a nine wicket success at Wootton Bassett.

Tayler Aitken (21), Tewi Te Pou and Sam Burdock gave Bassett a good start but the later batting fell away against the bowling of Joshua Bull, who took four wickets for just five runs and Robbie Jones, who took two for nine, and the home side finished on 73 for nine in their 20 overs.

In reply, captain Steve Bullen (29 not out) and James Bull (19) set Chippenham on their way and then Robbie Jones (14 not out) stayed with his captain to see the visitors to victory in 15 overs.

Biddestone won a close game by seven runs away at Chippenham Blades. Sam Copeland scored 28 to help Biddestone reach 66 for seven in their 20 overs. Nicholas Harrison took three for eight for the Blades.

Ryan Merryweather (16) led the Chippenham reply but accurate bowling from Jamie Penton (3-4), Sam Copeland (2-2) and Ben Copeland (2-11) saw Biddestone home.

Calne opener Luke Edwards was in splendid form again, hitting 76 at Malmesbury as the visitors posted 10 for three in their 20 overs. Robert Gillespie took two for 20 for Malmesbury.

Gillespie then scored 34 as the rest of the Malmesbury batting struggled against the bowling of Stewart Windsor (4-6), P. Redmond (2-8), and Craig Edwards (2-7).

Malmesbury were dismissed for 72 to leave Calne winners by 35 runs.

At Corsham, home skipper Mark Hick (37 not out) and Sam Wood (16) gave the home side a good start against Cannings.

Corsham finished on 96-3 in their 20 overs. Owen Alsop (31), Jake Roberts (16) and William Baker (15 not out) batted well for Cannings but the visitors had to settle for a losing draw finishing on 91 for four.

Under 13s

CHIPPENHAM opener Liam Dawson, who had already scored a century in his one previous league match this season, went one better on Sunday at Westbury with a double century.

Dawson destroyed the home side's bowling as he compiled a massive 209, including no fewer than 40 boundaries.

Dawson took Chippenham to a daunting 295 all out in 35 overs. Tom Beard (23) supported Dawson in a stand of 80 for the fifth wicket. Richard White (3-60) and Sam McQueen (2-61) took the wickets for Westbury.

White (42) gave Westbury a promising start and at 81 for one the home side looked to be in a position to gain a draw.

Brad Dawson, Liam's nine-year-old brother, then caught and bowled White and the later batsmen quickly subsided to the Dawson brothers, with Brad taking three for 19 and Liam four for 18. Westbury were all out for 99 to leave Chippenham winners by the huge margin of 196 runs.

The win took Chippenham to the top of the table.

Under 15s

ON a slow pitch with little bounce, Chippenham struggled to 112 all out in 41 overs.

After losing early wickets, skipper George Sykes (39) and Daniel Jeary (24) put on 58, but the latter batsmen fell to some accurate bowling from Simon Dickinson (3-20) and John Lee (2-29).

In reply Purton raced to 46 by the 10th over with Daniel Allan (35) prominent, but the introduction of the spinners transformed the game as Tom Bowler (7-12) and Will Couzens (2-19) held sway to dismiss Purton for 86 in 27 overs.

At Biddestone, Chris Lawton (34) and John McElhinney (50) gave the home side an excellent start at home to Calne.

The later batsmen struggled in the face of fine bowling from Adam Johnson (4-17) and Biddestone were dismissed for 168 in 43 overs.

Darren Holcombe (3-59) and J Gale (2-29) were the other main wicket takers for Calne.

Holcombe was the only Calne batsman to come to terms with the seam bowling of James Taylor, who took an impressive seven for 24 in eight overs. Calne were dismissed for 119 to leave Biddestone winners by 49 runs.

A magnificent innings of 150 not out from Cannings opener Charlie Moss enabled the home side to declare at 255 for one in just 36.4 overs against Malmesbury.

Moss reached his first ever 100 in 97 balls and in all batted for 133 balls, hitting 23 fours and three sixes.

After sharing an opening partnership of 65 with Lee Pittman, Moss then partnered David Russell (55 not out) in an unbroken stand of 190.

Left with 53 overs to bat, Malmesbury responded in fine style through Jack Ward (63), Toby Horton (55), Sam Griifiths (20) and Max Sparrow (21).

At 203 for four, with 13 overs remaining, Malmesbury had victory in their sights but Lee Pittman (3-17) and Moss (2-34) removed the lower order and Malmesbury were all out for 229.

Paul Pittman (2-27) and Matthew Thomas (2-37) were the other Cannings' wicket takers.

The victory by 26 runs consolidated Cannings' position at the top of the table.

Westbury batted first at Wootton Bassett and were dismissed for 109 in 27 overs.

Tom Fisher led the Bassett attack with four for 16 and he was supported by Harry Lukens (2-21) and Robert Giannotti (2-35).

In reply, Lee Giles (31) and Sam Lawro (26) set Bassett on their way and the home side reached their target for the loss of five wickets.