WESTBURY United made a considerable jump up the Southern League Division One table at the weekend following a 2-1 victory at home to Hamworthy United.

Following United's comeback win against Sholing the week before, Lewis Porter and Ricky Hulbert's side put themselves in an excellent position take six points from six after Harvey Flippance struck twice before half-time against Hamworthy.

Max Wilcock grabbed a late consolation for the visitors, but the goal was immaterial as Westbury took the points.

Elsewhere in the division, Melksham Town slipped to a 2-1 defeat away at Evesham United.

Daniel Griffiths opened the scoring for Evesham 10 minutes before the break, but Ralph Graham equalised for Melksham in the 44th minute.

It was not to be for Town though, as Adam Mace netted Evesham's winner in the 66th minute.

In the Hellenic League Premier Division, Corsham Town clinched a 3-1 success away at Hereford Lads Club at the weekend.

Niekell Plummer and Gary Higdon scored before half-time to put Corsham in control, only for Levi Ellis to reduce the deficit late on.

But substitute Ryan Bath - introduced at half-time - netted a 90th-minute goal to seal the result.

Shrivenham struck a 93rd-minute equaliser to rescue a point in a 1-1 draw away at Tuffley Rovers on Saturday. After Kieran Squires had put Tuffley in front, Josh McGrory popped up to hand Shrivvy some reward for their efforts.

It was a far more sobering night for Shrivenham on Tuesday, however, as they were hammered 7-0 away at Cribbs.

Prior to their midweek meeting, both Royal Wootton Bassett Town and Bradford Town suffered defeats at the weekend. Bassett lost 1-0 away at Malvern Town while Bradford were beaten 3-0 by Brimscombe & Thrupp.

On Tuesday, Bassett surged to a 2-1 victory over their Wiltshire rivals at the Sustain Stadium.

Jack Hobson-McVeigh thundered a 25-yard rocket into the top corner to put the hosts in front during the first half.

Bassett's Bailey Gallagher squeezed an effort past Jonathan Hill with 20 minutes to play before Ruben Marques grabbed the Bobcats' only goal late on.

Victory for Sam Collier's men completed a league double over Bradford following the 5-0 win for Bassett earlier in the season.