CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION PREVIEW: Renegades out to keep fine run going (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION PREVIEW: Renegades out to keep fine run going
1:00pm Friday 6th September 2013 in Sport
BRADFORD Renegades began their Premier Division campaign with a 4-2 victory at AFC Melksham and they will be hoping that they can produce a repeat performance when they host Westbury Rangers at their base at Poulton.
Lance Davis' side will be looking for an 18th straight win and it they put in a gusty display that saw them see off Melksham then they have every chance of claiming another top-flight win.
After being let down by a number of players FC Colerne paid the heavy price last weekend as they were hammered 15-0 by Bug & Spider.
And for the villagers it could be a case of out of the frying pan an into the fire as next up for the Bath Road club are three-time defending champions Biddestone Social, who will be expected to take the points no matter how many players Colerne have at their disposal.
Honours were shared last term with Semington Rovers and Bug & Spider taking a win apiece from their two meetings that produced a total of 21 goals.
The sides clash at Littlemarsh this weekend, with the Bug tipped to take maximum points with a high-scoring win.
Steeple Ashton Rangers gave a good account of themselves in the opener against champions Biddestone Social, so they will be confident that they can get at lease a point from their game at St Mary against The Castle, who they beat 8-3 in the corresponding fixture last term.
Castle themselves are unbeaten in eight games and like their hosts would settle for a point at this early stage of proceedings.
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