CORSHAM Town were the only Wiltshire club to taste victory over the weekend thanks to a 1-0 success at home to Worcester Raiders in the Hellenic League Premier Division.

Niekell Plummer scored in the 75th minute against fourth-place Worcester to help the Quarrymen claim a priceless three points.

Kieran Baggs' FA Vase quarter-finalists remain in the hunt for promotion - despite sitting in sixth - due to their plethora of games in hand.

Corsham have played at least six fewer games than any other side in the top 10 and but currently sit 24 points behind leaders, Malvern Town.

Elsewhere in the Hellenic League, Royal Wootton Bassett Town leapfrogged opponents Hereford Pegasus with a comfortable 3-0 victory at the Sustain Stadium.

Kai Robinson stabbed home the opener from a corner early on, while Scott Chilcott calmly drilled in the second and Louis Spalding headed home a Matt Bennett cross just before half-time.

Sam Collier's men are now on a four-game winning run in the league.

Meanwhile, Bradford Town are in serious danger of relegation after being thumped 4-0 at home by basement club, Tuffley Rovers.

The Bobcats are fourth from bottom and just two points above the dotted line having played at least one game more than the bottom two.

In Southern League Division One South, Melksham Town's recent resurgence under Mark Collier came to a shuddering halt due to a 3-0 loss away at AFC Totton.

Westbury United's three-match unbeaten streak was also ended - the White Horse Men fell to a 1-0 defeat at home to Paulton Rovers.