WESTBURY United rued a dreadful start to the game after losing 5-3 to AFC Totton in Southern League Division One South on Saturday.

United were three goals down inside the first 20 minutes on their travels, and although they twice pulled the deficit back to just one, Totton ultimately did enough to claim all three points.

After a goal in the fifth and seventh minute, a third Totton effort followed in the 19th before Charlie Walton replied for United moments before half-time courtesy of a thumping effort.

Walton added his and his team's second in the 52nd minute following a scramble at a corner, only for the hosts to make it 4-2 11 minutes later.

Westbury's reply was instant though, and Gary Higdon grabbed his first league goal for the club by finishing off a Ryan Bole cross.

With the Wiltshire side desperately hunting an equaliser, Totton killed the game off with a late fifth goal inside added time.

Elsewhere, Melksham Town ended a tumultuous week by losing 3-0 at home to Bashley.

Days before the convincing reverse, Richard Fey resigned from his role as manager and was replaced by interim bosses Mark Collier, Luke Ballinger, and Dave Thompson.

Meanwhile, in the FA Vase, both Corsham Town and Royal Wootton Bassett Town won their respective second-round fixtures and will meet as a result in the third round.

After Tommy Ouldridge curled home in the first half, Bassett scored late in normal time through makeshift forward Landon Golding to force penalties in a 2-2 draw away at Wellington. Sam Collier's men went on to win the shoot-out 5-4.

Kieran Baggs' Corsham made far lighter work of their away tie with Roman Glass St George, however, winning 3-1 after goals from Nathan Davis as well as Callum and Daniel Demkiv.

In the Hellenic League Premier Division, Bradford Town were comfortably beaten 3-0 to Fairford Town at Trowbridge Road.

Shrivenham lost 3-1 away at Westfields despite a second-minute goal from Zac Skinner.