WESTBURY United are the early pace setters in the Toolstation First Division after climbing to the top of the table with a point at home to Chippenham Park.

A 0-0 draw was enough to lift the Meadow Lane outfit to the summit after just nine games, with Bristol Telephones, who have a perfect record from their first six outings, a point behind in second place.

Goalkeeper Lewis Porter, fresh off the back of the division’s Safe Hands award for August, kept his sixth shutout of the campaign, as he frustrated Park’s forward line, but Westbury were also unable to find a breakthrough in front of their home fans on the night.

It was a livelier affair at the weekend as Westbury edged a five-goal thriller with Roman Glass St George.

It took less than three minutes for the visitors to break the deadlock through Josh Ferguson, a lead they held onto until the half-time break.

Despite Roman Glass scoring twice in the second period through Joe Swift and Lewis Wetland, Westbury were able to hold on for the win courtesy of Mark Robinson and Liam Milburn goals.

Corsham Town are bottom of the table after a 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Wincanton Town, Leigh Rogers scoring for the home side, while Warminster Town were also downed on home turf, slipping 2-1 to Bishop Sutton despite a goal from substitute Simon Farrell.

All three sides now turn their attentions to FA Vase action, with Warminster Town at home to Wessex League Division One side Folland Sports, who have only picked up one win from their opening six league fixtures.

Westbury and Corsham are both on the road, with the former travelling to Combined Counties Premier Division side Cove, while Town visit Wessex League Premier Division side Petersfield Town, who have also made a poor start to the season, picking up just four points from their eight league encounters.