CORSHAM Oak caused the shock of the day in the first round of this season’s AM Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup.

Their 2-0 victory over Premier Division FC Lacock saw Andy Woods give them a half-time lead and Aaron Masson’s second-half strike sealed the win.

Top flight side Melksham Town (Sunday) made the short trip to third division Bromham who were thrashed 8-0.

Dave Jenkins, Sean Fordham and Mo Santali making his debut scored two each, James Dark and Lewis Epplestone added the others.

In-form Buttercross, who last tasted defeat back in September when they were beaten 7-3 by Old Road, got the better of their rivals this time with a 2-0 win.

First-half headers from Josh Legg and Connor Laidlaw earned the Butter boys their latest success.

Second division Faded FC defeated third division Kingfisher FC 5-2.

Dan Jones turned in a man of the match performance with two assists and a goal.

Jordan Cain, Kieran Palmer and Matt Stevens were on target in a first half that saw Andy Rose reply for the Fishermen.

Naseem Abourachid also netted for Faded as Kieran Blake scored a late second for the visitors.

Sutton Benger saw off second division basement side FC Libby 6-0. Ben Butterfield and a Marc Edwards double put the villagers 3-0 up the break, Tom Merriman, James Weston and Jason Cole made up the half dozen.

FC North Wiltshire suffered a 1-0 loss to the top-flight side FC Bradford, Ashley Styles deflected shot giving Bradford the win.

First division leaders Semington FC thrashed Fox & Hounds (Warminster) 8-1, Lee Stripe’s double, Rich Allum's hat-trick, Nathan Keegan, Dean Shaw and Bobby Mitchell doing the damage. Mark Gray scored a late consolation for Fox & Hounds.

The all-third division clash between Sporting Box and Biddestone needed extra time to find a winner.

Box started the game with 10 men and finished it with eight, but finally prevailed by winning 4-1. Callum Hibbert put Biddestone in front but Paddy Robson and Joel Gregory's treble turned it around, Gregory also missing a penalty.

A 3-0 victory for Westbury Cons at home to North Star Club earned the first division side a last 16 spot, Steve Ball's double and Steve Knight deciding matters.