MELKSHAM Town put in a superb performance away from home as they thumped Wells City 10-0 this weekend.

Gary Higdon got the ball rolling in the opening 10 minutes when he converted from the spot, as the hosts were reduced to 10 men.

From there it was one way traffic for Keiran Baggs’ troops, Luke Ballinger got his first of the day seven minutes later while Higdon’s second plus strikes from Warren Maidment and Dan Demkiv made it 5-0 at the break.

In the second instalment the visitors continued to assert their dominance, Tyler Sibbeck got the sixth with 50 minutes on the clock.

A quickfire double from Higdon completed his hat-trick, a feat that was matched by Ballinger, who grabbed the last two goals.

Meanwhile, fellow Toolstation League Premier side Bradford Town continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 triumph away to Clevedon Town.

After going a goal down, Sam Jordan’s effort drew the teams level before a late goal from Rickie Scott sealed the win.

In Division One, Westbury United continue to lead the way as they sit five points clear at the top of the league table following an 8-0 win at home to Portishead Town.

Brothers Steve and Ricky Hulbert both scored, as Dan Kovacs, Matt Jones, Dan Price and Mark Robinson also notched, Liam Milburn got two.

Devizes Town, who are up to third, produced a routine performance to win 3-0 at home to Wincanton Town.

Tom Slater took his goal tally up to eight for the season with two goals, as Jake Roberts completed the scoring.

Chippenham Park failed to build on last week’s win away at Bishop Sutton as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at home to Chard Town.

Warminster Town were down to 10 men and still managed to come away with a 3-3 draw with Bristol Telephones, James Vincent grabbed two to add to Charlie Walton’s strike.

Jamie Harrison’s Corsham Town came out on the right end of a 4-2 scoreline as they won away to Sherborne Town.

New signing Callum Demkiv put them ahead, before falling to a 2-1 deficit which was cancelled out by Gary McDermott’s goal.

Demkiv added a third in the second half before Leigh Rogers snatched a fourth in injury time to seal the win.

Despite taking a surprise lead, Malmesbury Victoria were unable to hold out for the win as they were beaten 5-1 away by Roman St Glass.

Calne Town’s search for a win will last another week after they slipped to a 3-1 lost away to Almondsbury.