WESTBURY United let a two-goal lead slip to lose 3-2 away to high-flying Hamworthy United in Southern League Division One South on Saturday.

The White Horse Men were handed a first-half advantage by Harvey Flippance and Gary Higdon, only for third-place Hamworthy to convert a penalty on the stroke of half-time. The hosts then turned the game on its head with a strike in the 80th and 87th minute, respectively to break Westbury hearts.

Elsewhere, Melksham Town were able to salvage a point over the weekend in their 2-2 draw against Evesham United.

Albie Hopkins gave Mark Collier’s men an early lead, but Evesham levelled after a period of pressure midway through the first half. The visitors then took the lead five minutes into the second half, but Ralph Graham netted Melksham’s equaliser 17 minutes from time.

Melksham were due to be in action on Tuesday night against promotion-chasing AFC Totton, but the game was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

In the Hellenic League Premier Division, Corsham Town demolished struggling Shrivenham 5-0 on Saturday – a result which took the Quarrymen up to fourth.

Niekell Plummer plundered a hat-trick while Kane Simpson and Callum Demkiv also netted.

Kieran Baggs’ men then followed their emphatic weekend win with another on Tuesday. Corsham thumped local rivals Bradford Town 6-0 at home after full-back Leon Greenland netted a rare hat-trick. Also on the scoresheet was Matthew Swann, Simpson, and George Peare.

Meanwhile, it was another disappointing weekend for struggling Bradford who were defeated 4-1 at home to promotion-hunting Cribbs on Saturday.

Royal Wootton Basset Town were able to pick up an impressive three points on Saturday, defeating Chipping Sodbury Town 4-1 at home.

Louis Spalding, Bailey Gallagher, and Matt Jones all scored inside the opening half an hour for Bassett.

Chipping Sodbury substitute Sean McSharry pulled a goal back with 15 minutes to play, but Bassett’s own game-changer Flynn Walters enjoyed the final say with a 92nd-minute strike.