News & Match Reports
3:00pm Monday 27th October 2014
CHIPPENHAM'S Buttercross FC have a share of top spot and the lead on goal difference after their 5-1 triumph over Evana Designs.
2:59pm Monday 27th October 2014
THE match of the day was at Stanley Park, where Bath Road FC fought out a 3-3 draw with near-neighbours FC North Wiltshire.
2:57pm Monday 27th October 2014
A THUMPING 11-2 victory over FC Pig & Whistle, coupled with a defeat for Melksham Cosmos at home to FC Buscots, means that, thanks to a superior goal difference, Potterne CFC are the new leaders.
2:56pm Monday 27th October 2014
DEFENDING Premier Division champions The Castle FC suffered a huge blow to their hopes of retaining the title after they were surprisingly beaten 6-3 by a Somerford FC.
5:24pm Monday 20th October 2014
LEADERS Corsham CC Wildcats dropped their first points of the season when they were held to a 3-3 draw by Prestige Bodyworks.
5:20pm Monday 20th October 2014
MELKSHAM Cosmos beat rivals Sportzcoach Dragonz United A 4-2 to open up a three point lead at the top of the table.
5:18pm Monday 20th October 2014
WORTON & Cheverell (Sunday) stay top after they extended their unbeaten start to six matches with a 3-2 win over Miller Sports B.
5:14pm Monday 20th October 2014
WITH leaders The Grapes United not playing, Lacock FC missed out on the chance to take over at the top when they were beaten 4-2 by Cannings Rangers.
1:30pm Monday 13th October 2014
A 6-3 LOSS at Buttercross FC means newcomers Westbury Conservative Club are still looking for a first-ever league win since their switch from the Frome Sunday League.
1:00pm Monday 13th October 2014
FC NORTH Wiltshire came out on top in their battle with Melksham Forest Community Centre, securing a 6-1 win.
12:30pm Monday 13th October 2014
MELKSHAM Cosmos went top of the table after defeating Miller Sports A 3-1.
12:00pm Monday 13th October 2014
AFC MELKSHAM kick-started their campaign with a first win of the season, 6-1 at an understrength White Horse A.
11:24am Monday 13th October 2014
FIRST Division leaders Potterne CFC – tipped as nailed-on certainties to progress to the quarter-final stages of this season’s Ken Clarke -sponsored WG Parr Trophy – were dumped out by Bath Road, who progressed after a 7-5 extra-time victory.
5:05pm Monday 6th October 2014
TROWBRIDGE Wanderers lost 6-3 to Frome Sunday League side FC St George. Naseem Abrouachid, Dave Cardus and Carl Mackness scored for Wanderers.
5:02pm Monday 6th October 2014
CORSHAM Park FC came from a goal down to beat high flying Lacock FC. Corey Williams gave Lacock the lead but Darren Applegate’s double won the game.
5:00pm Monday 6th October 2014
WORTON & Cheverell (Sunday) continued their promotion charge with a 10-1 win over Bath Road FC.
4:58pm Monday 6th October 2014
SUTTON Benger side came from 2-0 down in the last ten minutes at North Star FC.
4:56pm Monday 6th October 2014
CORSHAM CC Wildcats continue to set the pace at the top with a 6-2 win over FC Constitutional.
2:54pm Monday 29th September 2014
THE Grapes United are the new leaders after a 6-3 win at previously unbeaten Cavalier FC.
2:52pm Monday 29th September 2014
MELKSHAM Forest Community Centre gained revenge over Oakhill for last week’s 8-1 cup mauling last week with a 5-4 win.
2:49pm Monday 29th September 2014
CRAIG Fisher’s Potterne may remain top, despite a 3-2 loss at fellow promotion chasers Sportzcoach Dragons United.
2:46pm Monday 29th September 2014
CORSHAM CC Wildcats are top after a 4-2 win at AFC Melksham.
2:43pm Monday 29th September 2014
THIRD Division Lacock produced one of the biggest upsets of recent seasons when they disposed of top flight Somerford with just ten men.
9:44am Tuesday 23rd September 2014
A THIRD straight victory for FC Lacock catapulted Ryan Ross’s side to the top by virtue of a better goal difference than The Grapes United.
9:42am Tuesday 23rd September 2014
WORTON & Cheverell (Sunday) beat Rowdy Cow Rowde FC, who were unbeaten in 14 games, 5-4.
9:41am Tuesday 23rd September 2014
CRAIG Fisher’s Potterne lead the table after a brace from Neil Clark and singles for Ashley Huntley, Ben House and Simon Drewitt earned them a 5-2 win over Sutton Benger. Karl Gibson and James Weston replied.