CHIPPENHAM AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION PREVIEW: Westbury look to keep good start going (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION PREVIEW: Westbury look to keep good start going
1:50pm Friday 4th October 2013 in Sport
SHAUN GARDINER knows that as long as his Westbury Rangers side avoid defeat at home to Steeple Ashton Rangers this weekend, they will find themselves as outright leaders of the Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division.
Westbury look to have put the problems of last seasonnehind them and if they can take maximum points from their game with Ashton, it will see Gardiner's side top the table by three points.
Meanwhile, AFC Melksham lock horns with Bug & Spider FC at Christie Miller and the hosts, who will have Taff Evans in charge in the absence of manager Mike Rogers, who is recovering after a recent operation, will hope that they can chalk up their first points of the season.
After suffering a 15-0 defeat to Bug & Spider on the opening day of the season, FC Colerne look as if they are back on the right track.
A 4-3 win over AFC Melksham last weekend sets the villagers up nicely for their home clash with three-time defending champions Biddestone Social.
Bradford Renegades, who were unlucky not to have taken a point off defending champions Biddestone Social last weekend, will be red hot favourites to claim a victory from their trip to Semington Rovers.
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