HOLT took full advantage of a fixture free weekend for Hilperton and cup commitments for Heytesbury to fire themselves to the top of the Division One table in the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League.

Four goals from Otis Young and a single strike from Finn Young saw the new league leaders record a 5-2 victory over Warminster Town Reserves.

Warminster's replies were scored from Oliver McFerran and Nicholas Taylor.

Defending champions Freshford kept up their recent good form with a comprehensive 5-1 win away at Trowbridge Town Reserves.

A double from Dave Percival, one from the penalty spot, and a goal each from Nick Ross and father and son Mike and Alfie Little completed Freshford's haul as Trowbridge's sole reply came from Matt Elliott.

Three Daggers moved up to fourth place with a 2-0 win against Melksham Town A.

Strikes from Dean Murden and Harry Page saw Daggers collect all three points in a closely-fought game.


CALNE Town Reserves remain top of Division Two table and look in excellent form following a 7-2 thumping of Trowbridge Wanderers Development.

Two goals apiece from Jamie Crump and Bill Boakes and one each from Oscar Webster, Alfonso Ferreira and Arran Burchell kept Calne leading the way in the promotion battle.

Kyle Tredrea and Michael Johnson netted for Wanderers.

Marshfield are now second in the table, three points behind Calne but with four games in hand, although they were made to fight for their three points against a very spirited Zeals side before eventually winning 5-3.

Tom Richards led the way for Marshfield with a hat-trick, supported by goals from Dan Campbell and Joe Hylands. Aaron Carter, Matty Carter and Ethan Wilkinson were Zeals' goal scorers.

After last week’s surprise defeat to the Stiffs, Westbury United Development knew they needed a win over fellow promotion candidates Aces to keep their own promotion hopes alive.

In a very hard-fought game, goals from George Pawling and Marc Lanfear led Westbury to a 2-1 win. Vijay Manro scored for Aces.

A single strike from Lewis Stevens saw Greyhound edge to a 1-0 win over bottom club Spencers FC.


THE last semi-final place in this season's Knockout Cup, sponsored by Chantry Digital Ltd, was claimed by Heytesbury against Warminster United.

In a very competitive match, Heytesbury proved to be too strong for their lower division opponents and two goals from Liam Gibbens and a strike each from Dan Dicks and Craig Sheppard saw them to a 4-0 win.