CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: West End grateful for first point (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: West End grateful for first point
10:44am Monday 7th October 2013 in Sport
CHIPPENHAM West End ended their winless run in Division One thanks to a 3-3 draw at North Star A.
Two early goals from Matt Lang and a Matt Law strike put North Star in control of things.
West End got one back though a Paul Mannings header before half-time but when Chris Broom headed North Star 3-1 ahead early in the second half, their efforts looked to be in vain.
West End dug deep and a fine finish from David Byatt cut the gap to the odd goal and the equaliser arrived in bizarre fashion as Steve Coleman swung over a corner that beat everyone and nestled in the back of the Star net to hand West End a deserved point.
Bromham (Sunday) 1 Goatacre CC FC 1
Dan Powell’s table-topping Bromham (Sunday) had to come from behind to claim a point from their 1-1 draw at the Jubilee Field with Goatacre CC FC.
Alex Hamilton gave the cricketers’ a half-time lead which was cancelled out by Ali Bradley, who held his nerve to score from the penalty spot on 75 minutes to earn the leaders' share of the spoils.
Somerford FC 5 Corsham CC Wildcats 2
Since their change of name from Biddestone White Horse to Corsham CC Wildcats, Scott Fleming’s side have failed to win any of their six games and a 5-2 defeat away at Somerford leaves the Wildcats firmly rooted to the foot of the table.
Ashley Monaghan and Will Robbins scored for Somerford before goals from Adam Mitchell either side of half-time got the Wildcats on level terms at two-each.
A first goal for the club from Matt Spear reclaimed the lead for Somerford before they sealed victory thanks to a Will Stone double.
Staverton 3 Kings Arms (All Cannings) 0
A 3-0 victory for Staverton FC at home to Kings Arms (All Cannings) maintained their unbeaten start to the season and took their winning run over their guests to Atworth to four games.
Zac Manna put Staverton in front and a second from Manna, that saw him score from the penalty spot, doubled his team's lead before half-time.
After the break, Olly Bramall ended any hopes of a Kings Arms revival when he added a killer third goal for the hosts.
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