WESTBURY United plundered 11 goals across two games this week as they claimed six points to move up to 8th in the Hellenic League Premier Division.

Adding to the five they scored against Hereford Lads Club the game before, Westbury took Hallen apart last Saturday in a 6-0 victory.

On a tidy surface at Moorhouse Lane, Westbury wasted barely any time before opening the scoring. Ben Griffiths found Dan Demkiv through the middle, and he took a touch to steady himself before firing into the net in the 14th minute.

Six minutes later, it was 2-0 after Dan Demkiv saw his shot parried by the goalkeeper and it was tapped in by brother Callum.

Sammy Jordan saw his penalty saved before half-time, but that didn’t bother the attacker as he picked himself back up to score a third for Westbury just before the break.

Joe Stradling’s heavily-deflected shot made it four in the second half, and Jordan successfully chipped the ‘keeper to make it five. Francois Allen added the cherry in the 89th minute.

On Tuesday, Westbury shoved Wiltshire rivals Calne Town aside with ease in a 5-0 success on home soil.

First-half goals from Ashton Stanley and Steve Hulbert put Westbury two up before Dan Demkiv converted a penalty, Allen scored a fourth, and Joey Cunningham added a fifth.

Meanwhile, it was an unhappy week for Calne as they also lost 2-0 at home to Bishops Cleeve on Saturday.

In other midweek action, Royal Wootton Bassett Town drew 1-1 at home to Lydney Town thanks to a second-half strike from Alan Griffin.

On Saturday, Bassett were beaten 3-1 at home by Westfields - Griffin was again the scorer.

Fairford Town followed up their 4-2 loss at home to Hereford Lads Club on Saturday with a 1-0 defeat away at Cribbs in midweek. On Saturday, a bad-tempered game - which saw Jacob Humphreys sent off for two yellow cards - featured goals from Ross Langworthy and Dan Bailey.

In their only action of the week, Corsham Town drew 0-0 with Shrivenham on Saturday. Kieran Baggs’ side were set to play Roman Glass St George away from home on Wednesday night.

Bradford Town - who enjoyed a free midweek - lost 1-0 away at Tuffley Rovers on Saturday.