CORSHAM CC Wildcats played the whole of their Sunday Cup tie at Athletico Marlborough with 10 players and despite the numerical disadvantage they claimed a thrilling 4-3 win.

In a game that ebbed and flowed, Wildcats twice led in the first half before being pegged back to 2-2 at which point Marlborough missed a penalty.

The hosts then took the lead before two second-half goals sealed an unlikely win for Wildcats, Lewis McCarron and Mark Robinson who grabbed the winner scored two apiece for the winners.

The all-Chippenham Sunday league cup clash between top-flight Pheasant FC and third division Bromham was won 4-2 by the former.

Joey Hylands followed up a Rich Hudson shot to give Pheasant the lead which was cancelled out by Ryan Bole.

Hylands scored his second when he turned in a Mark Dolman cross and he headed home to complete a first-half treble. Rich Hudson scored a fourth for the Pheasant before Ryan Bole bagged his and Bromham’s second of the game.

FC Lacock suffered an 8-1 thumping at home to Swindon League side Penhill United who, after taking a 7-1 interval lead, took their foot of the gas in the second half. Zach Preston score for Lacock.

A week on from their 7-4 defeat against Buttercross in the league, Kingfisher side went head-to-head with their rivals in the Sunday Cup and once again the Butter boys prevailed, this time winning 7-2.

Josh Legg opened the scoring for the winners, Scott Nash added a hat-trick, Ben Hibberd and two from Kieran Tarrant made up the seven. Jason Forde and Tim Harris scored from the penalty spot in reply for the Fishermen.

Jack Woolsgrove was the star of the show for Melksham Town (Sunday) in their cup tie at Croft Juniors.

Two down after 50 minutes, Woolgrove got Melksham back in the game and then went on to complete a hat-trick to seal the turnaround.

White Horse’s cup run ended with a 6-1 defeat at home to Salisbury League outfit Alderbury (Sunday). Kyle Tredrea scoring their lone reply.