HEYTESBURY recovered from a slow start on the second weekend of action in the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League as they battled back to claim an 8-2 success over Warminster Town Reserves.

Goals from Max Pollock and Sam McEntee put Warminster 2-0 up after only four minutes, but that sparked Heytesbury into life as a long-range Reece Collyer strike reduced the arrears.

Although Heytesbury missed the chance to level the scores when William Guerri-Browne saved a penalty, Jake Wright swiftly atoned for his miscue from 12 yards to ensure parity was restored.

A Corey Gardner volley put the early league leaders ahead and another penalty, this time converted by Wright, made it 4-2.

Two efforts from Joel Sissons either side of half-time extended the lead before further strikes from Gardner and Mike Payne wrapped up Heytesbury's dominant win.

Newly-promoted Marshfield made it two wins out of two with a 4-2 success over Semington Magpies.

Trailing 2-0 at half-time thanks to goals from Marc Scammell and Ant Lamb, Marshfield rallied in the second half. Efforts from Jake Anderson and Keiron Tarrant levelled the scores and a Semington own goal gave Marshfield the lead before Ewan Anderson tucked home the fourth.

Warminster United faced Melksham Town A in their first fixture this season and came away with a 2-0 win.

Goals from Matt Dyer and Ashley Caws saw the newly-promoted team off to a victorious start.

Three Daggers picked up their first win of the season and inflicted a first defeat on Hilperton United in the process in a 3-1 success.

Goals from Matt Mead, Jack Hayward and Jono Hogarth saw the points go to the Daggers as Ryan Underwood replied for Hilperton.

Division Two

STAVERTON United are the early leaders of second tier thanks to a thumping 10-0 win over Greyhound.

Harry Ledbury led the way with four goals and Quinton Barham helped himself to a hat-trick. Further strikes from Radek Jakiel, Kye Teague and Alex Shaw made it a long afternoon for Greyhound.

The only other side with a 100 per cent start are KEW PR following an 8-3 victory over Seend United.

David Percival and Dean Rangers both scored hat-tricks, while a double from Mike Little made up KEW PR's eight. James Newman, Harry Waylen and Ollie Elmes replied for Seend.

Dilton Marsh Wanderers picked up their first win of the season, but it only came in the last minute as they beat The Stiffs 5-4.

Callum Crabb, Richard Wyatt, Loui Stillman, Adam Welch and Dan Cox saw Dilton pick up their first points. Nathaniel Edwards (3) and Joe Porter were The Stiffs' scorers.

Last seasons relegated sides, Calne Eagles and Trowbridge Town Reserves, faced off and shared the points in a 2-2 draw.

Goals from Josh Madle and Keiran Gleed put Calne 2-0 up but efforts from Chris Strange and Pat Kapelka levelled the scores.

Westbury United Reserves claimed a 3-2 win over Aces.

Strikes from Max Bishop and Erick Dosa alongside an own goal saw Westbury pick up their first points of the season. Aaron Clegg and Phillip Powell replied.

A&B Cup

DEVIZES Town Reserves eased into the second round of AM Print & Copy-sponsored A&B Cup after they saw off Barford Hornets 2-0 thanks to goals from Ben Perrett and Liam Moffat.