HAVING already beaten Freshford United 1-0 this season, Stockton & Codford travelled to Brown’s Park hoping to complete a Division One double over Chris Birleson’s side, only to be crushed 6-1.

Eddie Kutumba’s goal from a Gavin Eyre assist gave Freshford the lead and a long ball from keeper Adam Sheppard saw Stockton player Kevin Shinn head into his own net for 2-0. Joe Newman set up Nick Ross for Freshford’s third.

They added a fourth when Adam Sheppard scored from the penalty spot after Dave Percival had been fouled by Shinn.

Percival, with a solo effort, and Nick Ross from a Percival assist made up the winners' half dozen.

Shinn scored Stockton’s consolation and they also saw a Liam Gibbens penalty saved by keeper Sheppard.

Near-neighbours Semington Magpies and Hilperton United met for the first time this season and drew 1-1.

Ryan Underwood headed Hilperton in front and Jake Samuels hit the post in a first half that saw Alfie Francis miss a sitter for the visitors.

Those misses proved costly as Jordan Field powered home from 20 yards to earn Magpies a point.

Having lost 5-2 victory to Calne Eagles in the Knockout Cup, Trowbridge Town Reserves fared better in the league as they drew 1-1.

Sam Rogers had given Eagles the lead but Gavin Francis scored from the penalty spot to level things up in the first half.

Warminster Town Reserves, who had already suffered a 7-0 loss at the hands of Three Daggers, went down 5-1 at Weymouth Street.

Reuben Spong’s goal for Daggers’ separated the teams at the break and Wayne Wheeler’s double, Ryan Earney and a James Bowden own goal made up their tally, while while Reece Collyer replied.

Westbury United Development and Melksham Town A were in action on Friday evening and idefending champions Melksham secured maximum points thanks to a 4-2 success.

Paul Gittens, Jack Woolsgrove and Sean Fordham's double did the damage, Tom Wheeler and Billy Haydon's first for the club replying for Westbury.

Luxol St Andrews, who lifted the Wiltshire Junior Cup last term after a thrilling 3-2 comeback win over Tawny Owl, began the defence of the trophy by hosting fellow Trowbridge League side Holt.

Thanks to Nick Taylor’s first-half headed effort they claimed a 1-0 success over their guests.