HEYTESTBURY will face Freshford United in the final of the Knockout Cup, sponsored by Chantry Digital, in the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League after winning a pulsating semi-final against Hilperton United 4-3 after extra time.

Hilperton took the lead after 20 minutes before Heytesbury equalised through Craig Sheppard. On the half-hour, Hilperton retook the lead, but the score was all-square again at the break after Brendon Hind headed in.

No further goals were scored in the second half, but one only minute of extra time had passed before Liam Gibbens put Heytesbury 3-2 ahead.

Hilperton thought they had forced the game to a penalty shoot-out when they levelled the game with five minutes to go, only for Sam Wright to grab the winner for Heytesbury.

Hilperton’s goals were scored by Luke Murden, Tom Blackman and Bobby Cunningham.

Division One

HOLT tightened their grip on top spot with a 3-0 win at Semington Magpies thanks to two goals from Jonathon Hogarth and one from Scott Baker.

Freshford United kept up their own title challenge with a 9-1 victory over Warminster Town Reserves.

Two goals from Dave Percival and a strike each from Tom Rooney, Mark Reynolds, Alfie Little and Nick Ross gave Freshford a 6-0 half time lead. Harry Gilmour pulled one back for Warminster in the second half before Dean Ranger, a second for Little and Percival’s third rounded off Freshford’s win

Division Two

WARMINSTER United remain at the head of the standings following a 9-0 thumping of The Stiffs.

Two goals each from Kieron Edwards and Chris Bridel and one apiece for Ashley Caws, James Vincent, Kyle Fice, Luke McGuckian and Carl Clarke kept Warminster at the summit.

Marshfield remain in second place as they were awarded the points against Spencers, who were unable to raise a team.

Spring Cup

CALNE Town Reserves eased into the semi-finals of the Gooding Accounts-sponsored Spring Cup with a comprehensive 5-0 win over Greyhound.

Goals from Alfonso Ferreira, Declan McStravick, John Sims, Harrison Jordan and Calum Atkins saw Calne into the last four.

Ben Winn got the only goal of the game as Melksham Town A saw off Three Daggers 1-0.