FRESHFORD United, who beat Calne Eagles 4-1 just a few weeks ago may not have got the three points they wanted from the return fixture, but they will be happy that a 3-3 draw took them to the top of Division One.

Two down at the break to a Shaun Jefferies double, Freshford rallied in the second period and got back on level terms through Nick Ross, who turned home a Dave Percival assist and Waleed Bakali, who headed home a Ross flick on.

Calne regained the lead thanks to a first goal in three years from Jake Mizen, only for Freshford to square things up for a second time, through a second from Ross.

Trowbridge Town Reserves and Westbury United Development remain in the relegation zone as they fought out a 2-2 stalemate.

Trowbridge fell behind to a Marc Lanfear goal, but they managed to turned things around to lead 2-1 at the break.

Gavin Francis restored parity and after Aaron McCaldon had been upended in the area Francis kept his nerve to score from the spot and claim his second of the afternoon.

Both sides had chances in the second period and thankfully for Westbury, Owen Adams was on hand to grab an equaliser.

Stockton & Codford travelled to near-neighbours Warminster Town Reserves and returned home with maximum points thanks to a 3-0 success.

Liam Gibbens scored against his former club on seven minutes, Brendan Hind doubled the advantage in the 16th minute and his second of the game midway through the second half wrapped up the points.