Chippenham Under 13s' opener Liam Dawson, having hit one century already this season, went even better with a double century against Westbury in their latest North Wilts Junior League outing.

Dawson destroyed the home side's bowling as he compiled a massive 209 including no fewer than 40 boundaries to take Chippenham to a daunting 295 all out in 35 overs.

Tom Beard (23) supported in a fifth- wicket stand of 80, while Richard White (3-60) was the pick of the bowlers.

In the reply, Liam took 4-18 and not to be outdone, nine-year-old brother Brad collected 3-19 as Westbury were all out for 99.

Under 11

Calne opener Luke Edwards was in splendid form again as his side clocked up a 35-run victory over their Malmesbury counterparts.

Edwards rattled up 76 as the visitors posted 107-3 in their 20 overs, Robert Gillespie taking 2-20 for Malmesbury. Gillespie then scored 34 but the rest of the Malmesbury batting struggled against Stuart Windsor (4-6), Phil Redmond (2-8), and Craig Edwards (2-7) and they eventually slipped to 72 all out.

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 they eventually finished on 73-9, Joshua Bull taking four wickets for just five runs and Robbie Jones 2-9. In reply, captain Steve Bullen (29 not out) and James Bull (19) saw the visitors to victory in 15 overs.

Biddestone won a close game at Chippenham Blades by seven runs. Sam Copeland hit 28 to help Biddestone reach 66-7, Nicholas Harrison with 3-8.

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

At Corsham, home skipper Mark Hick (37 not out) and Sam Wood (16) fired their side towards a total of 96-3 against Cannings.

Owen Alsop (31), Jake Roberts (16) and William Baker (15 not out) batted well for Cannings but had to settle for a losing draw on 91-4.

Under 15

Purton slipped to defeat against their Chippenham counterparts, who had struggled to 112 all out in 41 overs. Skipper George Sykes (39) topped Chippenham's scoring, Simon Dickinson (3-20) and John Lee (2-29) the main wicket-takers.

Daniel Allan (35) gave Purton some hope in reply, but spinner Tom Bowler turned the tables with an impressive 7-12 as Purton went for 86.

At Biddestone, Chris Lawton (34) and John McElhinney (50) gave the home side an excellent start against Calne. Adam Johnson then took 4-17 as Biddestone were dismissed for 168 in 43 overs, Darren Holcombe also taking 3-59 and Gale 2-29.

Holcombe then scored 67 but he was the only Calne batsman to come to terms with the seam bowling of James Taylor, who took an impressive 7-24 in eight overs to dismiss Calne for 119.

Cannings opener Charlie Moss's 150 not out helped his side declare at 255-1 against Malmesbury.

Moss partnered David Russell (55 not out) in an unbroken stand of 190, but Malmesbury responded in fine style through Jack Ward (63) and Toby Horton (55).

At 203-4 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.

Wootton Bassett dismissed Westbury for 109 in 27 overs, Tom Fisher with 4-16, Harry Lukens 2-21 and Robert Giannotti 2-35.

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