News & Match Reports
5:30pm Monday 26th January 2015
IF ANY proof was needed that Melksham-based Grapes United FC are the team heading towards the Division Three title, they produced it by blowing away closest challengers FC Bradford.
4:30pm Monday 26th January 2015
THE top game in Division Two should have been the one at Meriton Avenue where title favourites Corsham Centre Youth went toe to toe with Rowdy Cow Rowde FC who, despite suffering back-to-back losses had every chance of ending the Centre’s eight match winning run.
3:30pm Monday 26th January 2015
RUNAWAY Division One leaders Potterne took another small step to winning the title, as a 1-1 draw for Craig Fisher’s side at home to Miller Sports A saw them open up a 15-point lead at the top of the table, Sportzcoach Dragonz side suffering an unexpected loss at home to North Star.
2:30pm Monday 26th January 2015
LAST seasonss S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League top flight winners, The Castle, hosted Corsham CC Wildcats, who are many people’s favourites to finish top of the pile this term.
5:40pm Monday 19th January 2015
FC BRADFORD made the most of FC Lacock’s slip up at home to Corsham Park with a 5-2 victory at Evana Designs that moved them three points behind Division Three leaders Grapes United, who were without a game following the recent withdrawal of Club 54.
5:35pm Monday 19th January 2015
WORTON & Cheverell are the new leaders of Division Two after taking full advantage of previous leaders Bremhill View’s inactivity, whose game with basement side White Horse was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
5:31pm Monday 19th January 2015
PHEASANT'S first match in over a month saw them visit a FC Pig & Whistle side, who were looking for an immediate return to winning ways after a 4-2 loss to Talbot last Sunday but saw their five-match unbeaten run in Division One brought to an end.
5:29pm Monday 19th January 2015
A FIRST game in nearly a month for AFC Melksham in the Premier Division of the S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & DIstrict Sunday League saw them travel to a Goatacre CC FC side, who were looking to build on last week's excellent 2-0 victory over defending champions The Castle FC.
3:30pm Monday 12th January 2015
CORSHAM Centre Youth joined fellow Chippenham Sunday League outfit FC Buscots in the semi-final draw of this season's Wiltshire Sunday Cup after they disposed of previously unbeaten Swindon League second division side KC Globe, who went into the game having won all their previous 10 matches.
3:00pm Monday 12th January 2015
STONEWOOD Sundays BFC suffered a setback to their hopes of promotion from Division Three in their first season.
2:30pm Monday 12th January 2015
AFTER suffering a 6-2 defeat to Division Two leaders Bremhill View last weekend, Oakhill got their promotion challenge moving in the right direction with a hard-fought 2-1 win over fellow silverware chasers Rowdy Cow Rowde.
2:00pm Monday 12th January 2015
FIERCE rivals FC Buscots and Division One pacesetters Potterne CFC squared up at Beversbrook for their first meeting of the season.
1:30pm Monday 12th January 2015
DEFENDING S.K. Premier Division champions The Castle FC suffered a huge setback to their hopes of retaining the title.
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE ERIC HUGHES MEMORIAL KNOCKOUT CUP: Murray fires Miller to quarter-finals
1:00pm Monday 12th January 2015
THE all-first division battle between local rivals Miller Sports A and Melksham Cosmos for a place in the quarter-finals of this season’s A M Print & Copy-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup lived up to all pre-match expectations.
3:30pm Monday 5th January 2015
STUART Barber and Nick Ridout shared the goals for third division leaders Grapes United, who made it 10 wins out of 10 following their 6-1 success at Buttercross FC.
2:30pm Monday 5th January 2015
A TENTH straight victory for Ben Redford’s Bremhill View FC saw the Calne-based side maintain their three-point advantage over Worton & Cheverell at the summit of Division Two.
1:30pm Monday 5th January 2015
AFTER beating North Star 7-1 at the start of December, Division One leaders Potterne CFC would have been forgiven had they taken a cautious approach to their reverse clash with Mark Clark’s side who, after defeats in three of their last four games, are tumbling down the table at a rate of knots.
12:30pm Monday 5th January 2015
THE S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League saw many of their scheduled fixtures lost to waterlogged pitches as the torrential rain of the previous day.
10:15am Tuesday 30th December 2014
MELKSHAM Forest Community Centre, who play in Division Two of the Chippenham & District Sunday League are in the hunt for a goalkeeper and striker.
3:00pm Monday 22nd December 2014
WHEN Melksham Forest Community Centre and The Mallard met at the start of December, it was the latter who took the spoils in their Division Two encounter courtesy of a 3-1 win that saw them end a five-match losing run.
2:00pm Monday 22nd December 2014
THE weather again played its part in reducing the Division One fixture programme to just the one match, that game being at Stanley Park where Sutton Benger were up against leaders Potterne CFC.
1:00pm Monday 22nd December 2014
LAST season’s S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division winners The Castle FC showed just why they lifted the title last term as they staged a remarkable revival after being reduced to 10 men and trailing 2-0 to White Horse A to run out 6-2 winners.
12:00pm Monday 22nd December 2014
WG PARR Trophy favourites Corsham CC Wildcats, along with first division outfit Talbot FC, progressed to the semi-finals of this season’s Ken Clarke-sponsored competition without kicking a ball after respective opponents Bath Road FC and Worton & Cheverell (Sunday) were unable to put together a team for their quarter-final ties.
10:30am Monday 22nd December 2014
FC LACOCK moved into third place in the third division table after they managed to claim a seventh win in 11 games to date.
6:00pm Monday 15th December 2014
AFTER a promising start to the season from Buttercross FC and Cavalier FC, both teams have lost their way of late, with neither side having won any of their last five Division Three outings.