CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Renegades out to stop Social (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Renegades out to stop Social
12:30pm Friday 27th September 2013 in Sport
HAVING both record comfortable Knockout Cup wins last weekend, Bradford Renegades and Biddestone Social will return to league action in what promises to be one of the top games in the whole of the league this weekend.
Renegades have struggled to adapt to life in the top flight since romping to the Division One title last term and this game will be a massive challenge for them.
Biddestone will be aware of the threat that Renegades could be, however with some top players to pick from Biddestone should claim an easy three points.
AFC Melksham will feel that they have dealt a rough deal in the opening month of the season where fixtures are concerned.
Mike Rogers' side have not played since their opening day loss to Bradford Renegades.
Their last two games have seen Steeple Ashton and Biddestone Social unable to raise sides leading to unwanted postponements, but they will be hoping that their trip to FC Colerne will go ahead as planned.
Melksham are chomping at the bit to get going and if the game goes ahead then it should give them their first win of the season.
Westbury Rangers will be looking to build on their fine start to the season when they visit a Semington Rovers side whose last league outing saw them take a point from Bug & Spider.
Honours were shared last term with one win apiece, but their early showing this term it is Westbury who are predicted to take all the points from the clash at Littlemarsh.
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