CROSS Keys Rowde wish they could have started their Division Four league campaign at the end of November as Josh Scott’s side who, after their 4-2 success over promotion hopefuls Bath Road, are now one of the inform sides as the result extended their unbeaten run to six matches.

Scott himself was the man behind the win scoring three of his teams goals with the other coming from Glyn Rowles. Matt White and Ryan Hopkins who hit a stunning second replied for Bath Road.

Corsham Centre Youth 6 Melksham Forest Community Centre 0

WITH four games remaining Corsham Centre Youth have been confirmed as champions following the 6-0 triumph over Melksham Forest Community Centre which took their winning run to 14 games.

Melksham held out for 30 minutes before Darrin Moss unlocked their defence when he was set free by Sam Thomson.

The evergreen James Lye produced a great turn and finish in the box to double the Centre’s lead on 35 minutes and when he scored from the penalty spot five minutes later it was game over.

Melksham held out until the 70th minute in the second half before Centre made it 4-0 through Mark Sharratt and as the visitors to Meriton Avenue tired Darrin Moss added number five before robbing an opponent and firing his third and Centre’s sixth of the game.

Cavalier FC 3 Bremhill View Boys 3

CAVALIER and Bremhill View Boys shared six goals and the points as the sides fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw at the former’s Northbrook ground in Market Lavington.

Dan Runce gave Cavalier the lead only to see his opener cancelled out by the first of Ben Radford’s three goals of the morning. Redford fired Bremhill in front only for Delvin Keane to restore parity for Cavalier before Bremhill reclaim the upper hand thanks to a third from Redford.

The second period may not have provided the goal fest that the first did but their was plenty of entertainment which resulted in Bremhill keeping their chase for the runners up spot alive when Runce struck his second of the game to earn what could prove to be a valuable point for Chris Edes side.

Oakhill FC 2 White Horse (Sunday) B 1

A 2-1 victory for Oakhill at home White Horse B saw the Chippenham-based side hold onto second spot, however their win was somewhat spoiled by the actions of Connor Laidlaw who was shown a straight red card for an alleged head butt on the White Horse assistant referee Pete Lusty.

Oakhill led 1-0 at the interval with their goal being a gift from their opponents Ben Elliott who turned the ball in beyond his own keeper.

White Horse got themselves level on 60 minutes when Chris Webber headed home a Paul Bendell free kick, but they were unable to hold out for a draw as Kieran Tarrant broke away and finished well with what was to be the winner for Oakhill before the red mist descended on Laidlaw who had only been on the field for a few minutes after coming off the bench in only his second game for the club.