CALNE Town won their first Toolstation League Division One game in more than two months on Saturday when triumphing 3-1 away at Sherborne Town, writes JONATHAN LEIGHFIELD.

Thomas Boakes opened the scoring for Calne in the sixth minute, although their lead was wiped out 15 minutes before half-time.

Second-half strikes from Robert Mitchell and substitute Joe Williamson put Ben Redford’s side out in front, and they hung on to claim their first victory since January 12.

Nine winless games followed that 2-0 success over Wells City 10 weeks ago, and Redford believes he knows exactly what was going against his team in that time.

He said: “Injuries and a bit of bad luck, really. We’ve had no good luck in the last six or seven games.

“We just had to be patient, I said a win would come. We ran out of good luck and all the bad luck was coming our way, but I knew it would turn around at some point.

“The lads have been working hard and even when we’ve been losing, we’ve only lost by the odd goal, so we’ve still been playing alright.”

“Now, it’s mainly a case of feeling relieved. I didn’t think another win was ever going to come with the luck we’ve been having, it’s been a long time coming.

“Our top scorer, Stuart Windsor, has been out injured since the last match we won and Saturday was his first game back.”

Elsewhere, there was a huge win for Justin Flowers’ Corsham Town as they hit Bristol Telephones for six in a 6-1 victory.

Jonathan Bazley and Nick Chandler struck twice each, with Josh Bright and an own-goal completing Corsham’s half-dozen.

Jake Wright continued his fine form by netting the winning goal for Andy Crabtree’s Warminster Town in a 1-0 success against Radstock Town.

Devizes Town suffered late heartbreak at home to Wells as Matt Russell’s first-half header was cancelled out in the 91st minute, leaving Darran Walters’ side with a point thanks to a 1-1 draw.

Chippenham Park lost their fifth game in succession thanks to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of fellow strugglers Portishead Town.