WITH Marshfield involved in cup action and Devizes Town Reserves' game falling foul of the weather, Heytesbury took advantage to move back into second place in the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League Division One after beating Semington Magpies 3-2.

The fixture, which was moved to Heytesbury’s ground because the pitch at Semington was unplayable, started well for the Magpies as they opened up a 2-0 lead through strikes from Jordan Field and Ben Jenkins.

This only served to bring Heytesbury to life as straight from the restart after the second goal, a long ball was miscued over the Semington keeper by a defender and Joel Sisson followed up to pull one back just before the break.

Heytesbury got the equaliser through Corey Gardner after 65 minutes before Charlie Waylen secured all three points for the title challengers with 18 minutes remaining.

Warminster United are up to fourth in the table after a 4-1 victory on their visit to Hilperton United.

Two goals from Owen Bartley and one each from Joe Martin and Liam Gibbons secured the points for Warminster. Bradley King-Taylor was on the scoresheet for Hilperton.

Three Daggers sit in fifth place following their comfortable 6-1 win over Freshford United.

Ashley Bodman grabbed a brace and a goal each from Max Whittaker, Drew Adams and Jack Hayward saw Daggers take the points.

A second-half strike from Richard Clark was Freshford's consolation.

Division Two

THE only fixture in the second tier to survive the rain saw Aces run out 4-1 victors on their visit to The Stiffs.

Aces moved up to sixth in the table thanks to goals from Max Betteridge, Kegan Smart, Dan Hatcher and Joe Garraway. Tom Quadling replied for Stiffs.

Wiltshire Junior Cup

DILTON Marsh Wanderers bowed out of county cup after a hard-fought 2-1 defeat to Salisbury & District League side Heritage Windows Systems.

Wanderers' goal was scored by Chris Vaughan.

Gloucestershire Intermediate Cup

MARSHFIELD swept aside Bristol Phoenix 7-2 to ease into the next round of the Gloucestershire Intermediate Cup.

Ewan Anderson led the way with a hat-trick, Josh Legg helped himself to a brace, one of which came from the penalty spot, and efforts from Ben Gardner and Alex Fryer made up the magnificent seven.