IT was cup final weekend in the Mid Wilts Youth League and Swindon's Green Baize triumphed in the under 11 showpiece in resounding fashion.

Tony Bedwell's side thrashed Warminster Highbury 10-0 in a one-sided final to keep their double hopes alive.

Man-of-the-match Billy Bodin grabbed a hat-trick, as did Will Evans.

Adam Cochran both scored twice, while Marcus Welsh and Jack Paish were also on target.

Croft won the under 17/18 final 2-1 against Swindon Vultures.

Liam Guntrip headed home a corner to put Croft 1-0 up after the break and Jason Smith netted from a tight angle to double the lead.

Damian Debono's penalty reduced arrears, but Croft held on to lift the trophy.

Chippenham Town Youth took the under 13 Jack Goodenough Memorial Trophy after a thrilling golden goal win over Shaw & Whitley.

Shaw led 1-0 until five minutes from time when Tom Ingle equalised following a goal-mouth scramble.

Within minutes of extra time commencing, the game was over when Ross McCance hit the winner.

The closest game of the weekend saw Shaw and Trowbridge Town Youth play out a 1-1 draw.

Extra time could not separate the pair, and it was left to Shaw to take the honours on penalties.

Trowbridge had taken the lead when Matthew Bonser struck from 18 yards in the second half.

Shaw's Pete Tye flicked in an equaliser to force the additional period before his side prevailed in the shootout.

The under 12 Ron Boucher Memorial Trophy was won by Amesbury who finally managed to beat bogey side Chippenham 2-1.

Scott Atkins put Amesbury ahead before David Brown equalised, but man-of-the-match Jack Gentle netted the winner.

The under 14 Tim Kerr Memorial Trophy ended in a 2-0 with for Bath Arsenal over Salisbury Juniors, while FC Chippenham were 2-1 extra-time winners over Corsham in the under 16 cup Yan Klukowski scoring the winner.

Several issues were also resolved in the league, with Cricklade boosting their winning margin in the under 17/18 division to five points courtesy of a 5-3 win over Malmesbury Youth.

Ben Carter (3) and Darren Coleman (2) scored the goals.

Melksham Park secured the under 15 Red Division title by holding off Marlborough Town's with two 1-1 draws last week.

Shaw Youth enhanced their chances of finishing runners up following their 5-1 win over Devizes Town Youth.

In Division Three of the under 11 section, home side FC Chippenham dominated against Westbury Youth but failed to find the killer touch in front of goal as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat.

Westbury opened the scoring with a breakaway that was expertly converted by Jack Coxall.

Chippenham continued to press and a few minutes later scored themselves to level.

Westbury managed to move back ahead before half-time with Mark Brothers cool lob proving decisive.