CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR: Bremhill and Rowde inseparable

CROSS Keys Rowde may not have avenged their 7-0 loss at the hands of Bremhill View Boys from earlier in the season, but Josh Scott’s side confirmed they are now starting to find their feet in Division Four.

A 1-1 draw away to Chris Edes' Bremhill side and extending their unbeaten run to four games. Bradley Whitbread’s goal gave Rowde the advantage at the break, but they were unable to hold on in the second half for victory as Dave Lymath netted the equaliser for Bremhill who will see the result as two points lost in their promotion battle with Bath Road whose game with Cavalier was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Corsham Centre Youth 10 The Mallard FC 0

A VERY depleted Mallard side arrived at Meriton Avenue for their meeting with runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth and although the visitors never gave up throughout the 90 minutes they like every team before them suffered a defeat with Pete Ralph’s claiming a 10-0 to take their winning run to 11 games.

Sixteen-year-old Max Shackleford scored a first half hat trick, James Lye netted two and a first goal from Craig Gingell gave the Centre a 6-0 lead at the break.

A change of formation saw the Centre move Darrin Moss upfront where he helped himself to a second half three timer. A fourth of the game from Shakleford made up the Centre 10-goal haul.

Miller Sports B 2 Oakhill FC 1

MILLER Sports B maintained their excellent form of a late. A 2-1 victory at home to Oakhill saw Tim Knight’s side who had suffered just one defeat in their previous six games take maximum points for a fourth time this term.

First half goals from Paul Walker and Harry Waylan were enough for the Miller Boys who were heading for a second successive clear sheet until Tom Webb scored a last minute consolation for Oakhill.

MATCH OFF: Bath Road FC v Cavalier FC.

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