POTTERNE 2nd wrapped up the Wiltshire League Division One title with a match to spare as they overwhelmed Box by nine wickets on Saturday.

Ben Mason took 4-23 as Potterne restricted Box to 140 all out, Gerald Hayward scoring 53, before 67 from Harry Latham helped the champions to their target inside 25 overs.

Three wickets from Matt Holmes (3-43) saw Winsley dismiss Malmesbury for 185, James Gaunt scoring 81.

Richard Gaunt took over as the reply fell 61 runs short, taking 6-23 as Winsley were dismissed for 124.

Three wickets each for Arun Birander (3-20) and Dean Williamson (3-31) helped Swindon 2nd hold Nationwide House to 173-7, Roger Pettifer scoring 73.

But the House bowlers hit back, ending the Swindon reply on 103 as Anthony Pettifer took 3-17.

Division Two

CHIPPENHAM 2nd retain outside hopes of lifting the title after they destroyed Bath Hospitals by five wickets.

The bowlers did the damage, Hospitals being dismissed for 64, with three wickets each for Craig Fry, Matt Cole and Alex Christopher, but Chippenham suffered a few wobbles before reaching their target in the 22nd over.

Beckington remain the favourites to lift the title after a 62-run success over Swindon Nalgo.

Two wickets each for Pardeep Nagi, Sarfraz Khan, Zaheed Abbas and Abrar Qureshi saw Beckington's innings stopped at 179, Mark Quamil scoring 77.

But Luke Harfield took 4-18 as Nalgo were dismissed for just 117 in under 29 overs.

Biddestone 2nd reached 214-8 against their Warminster counterparts, David Comport hitting a century as Alex Adlen took 4-40.

Warminster came up short on 190-8 in reply, despite 78 from Lance Harwood as Harry Beazer took 3-26.

Division Three

EWEN Kenny's unbeaten 60 helped champions Goatacre 2nd (140-2) defeat Marlborough 2nd (139 all out), the Goats' Dan Wiseman also taking 3-11.

Jon Candy hit 94 of White Horse's 258-8 against Bradford on Avon and, despite Chris Thompson's 101 and 56 from Matthew Harrington, the Bradford response fell short on 238-8, Tom Lentschner taking 3-49.

Division Four

JAYKE Hudd took 4-13 as Trowbridge 2nd wrapped up the championship with an eight-wicket win over Combe Down.

Hudd's haul restricted Down to 121 all out, and set a reduced 78 runs off 29 overs to win, Ryan Salter's unbeaten 38 took Trowbridge to their target.

Nationwide House 2nd ended the title challenge of Marshfield 2nd with a six-wicket success.

Kevin Hendy (74) top scored in Marshfield's 197-8, in which Chris Trewhella took 4-19.

An unbeaten 84 from Stuart Archer, plus 42 extras, guided House to 198-4 in a winning response.

Division Five

CHAMPIONS Wanborough dismissed Purton for 103, Dyren Novais taking 5-18, before John Baldwin's unbeaten 50 took Wanborough to a successful 106-5.

Melksham continued their strong end-of-season form with a convincing eight-wicket win at Goatacre 3rd.

Goatacre openers Ferdie Van Der Merwe (39) and Adam Iles smashed their way to 73 off 20 overs before Chris Long (2-20) finally picked up the wicket of Van Der Merwe.

Joe Veacock (3-55) also weighed in as, despite Rahn Heer hitting 39, Goatacre closed on 189-7.

Tom Wallis (53) and Matt Hunt (75 not out) laid the foundations of the reply, Veacock blitzing 45 in just 15 balls to help Melksham wrap up victory.

Royal Wootton Bassett 3rd were dismissed for 112 all out by Biddestone 3rd, who reached a winning 114-2, Graham Horn with 36.

Division Six

BUSCOT Park have one hand on the title after a 70-run success over Sherston Magna.

Ben Batchelor's unbeaten 65 helped Park to 173-6 before Batchelor turned his hand to bowling, taking 5-18 as Magna were halted at 103.

Division Seven

TROWBRIDGE 3rd's two-wicket defeat to Great Bedwyn 2nd means the title won't be decided until the final weekend.

Ritesh Pal scored 92 of Trowbridge's 249-7 but, set a reduced 238 runs off 43 overs, 66 from Lewis Robinson and an unbeaten 52 by Ben Smith saw Bedwyn reach 239-8.

Malmesbury 2nd kept their hopes alive with a six-wicket win over Potterne 4th, who reached 162-7, Kurtis Marsden with 50.

Nigel Mullarkey's unbeaten 65 took Malmesbury to a winning 163-4.

Division Eight

CHIPPENHAM 3rd have wrapped up second place behind champions Avebury 2nd after a 27-run win over Corsham 4th.

Jon Clark scored 69 in Chippenham's 196-8, and three wickets for Ben Pratt (3-12) ensured the Corsham reply fell short on 169 all out.

Division Nine

ADAM Pithouse took 4-18 as Devizes 3rd dismissed North Bradley for 101, knocking off the required runs in 18 overs.

Marlborough 3rd were 14-run winners over Buscot Park 2nd, Andrew Crabbe (69) and Philip Mostyn (60 not out) contributing to Marlborough's 226-6.

Zak Trivedi scored 101 for Buscot after tea, but they fell short on 212-7.