News & Match Reports
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.
5:58pm Monday 15th December 2014
AFTER their stunning 7-3 victory over Rowdy Cow Rowde last weekend, Tim Knight’s Miller Sports B would have still been basking in their glory when they visited second division basement side White Horse B.
5:55pm Monday 15th December 2014
THE only fixture in Division One that beat the weather was the game at Awdry Avenue, Melksham where a resurgent FC Pig & Whistle hosted a North Star side who, after two defeats in two of their last three games, have seen their promotion challenge come off the rails in recent weeks.
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE ERIC HUGHES MEMORIAL KNOCKOUT CUP: Potterne suffer shock cup exit
5:54pm Monday 15th December 2014
AFTER only booking their spot in the last 16 of this season's A M Print & Copy-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup last weekend with a victory over FC Bradford, second division Bath Road produced the result of the second round when they disposed of first division leaders Potterne CFC.
5:06pm Monday 8th December 2014
THE Chippenham & District Sunday League knew that before the third-round ties of Wiltshire Sunday Cup they would be guaranteed at least one representative in the last four as league sides FC Buscots and AFC Melksham had been drawn together in their quarter-final tie.
4:54pm Monday 8th December 2014
WESTBURY Conservative Club will want to play all their fixtures at home - a 3-0 victory over Evana Designs means that they have won all their Division Three matches they have staged on home soil this term.
4:51pm Monday 8th December 2014
DIVISION Three leaders Bremhill View probably couldn’t believe their luck on Sunday afternoon as news filtered through that two of their closest promotion challengers had suffered shock defeats, meaning that their 7-3 win over White Horse B saw them open up a three-point gap on the chasing pack.
4:47pm Monday 8th December 2014
A THIRD win from their last six matches has lifted FC Pig & Whistle out of the Division One relegation zone.
4:44pm Monday 8th December 2014
WITH S.K. Fruits Limited sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier division leaders Corsham CC Wildcats missing out on a game at White Horse A due their pitch being waterlogged, Prestige Bodyworks took full advantage and closed to within two points of Frank Rogers' side thanks to a 3-1 win over Goatacre CC FC.
4:41pm Monday 8th December 2014
DIVISION Two Bath Road will face first division leaders Potterne CFC in next week's last 16 of this term's A M Print & Copy sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup after a 2-1 win saw them disposed of third division FC Bradford.
3:30pm Monday 1st December 2014
FC BRADFORD remain very much in the Division Three title race after they defeated Cavalier FC 6-0 to move into third place in the standings.
2:30pm Monday 1st December 2014
WORTON & Cheverell suffered their first league defeat of the season to bring their 10-match unbeaten run to an end away.
1:30pm Monday 1st December 2014
POTTERNE FC, who were not in action on Sunday morning, saw their lead at the top of Division One trimmed to six points by their fierce rivals FC Buscots, whose 4-1 victory over Pheasant FC was their seventh on the bounce.
12:30pm Monday 1st December 2014
CORSHAM CC Wildcats picked up a massive three points from what could have been a banana skin to their hopes of winning the Premier Division title.
3:00pm Monday 24th November 2014
WITH the top two sides in Division Three missing out on a fixture, Tony Couch’s Grapes United took full advantage of the situation when they visited Trowbridge Wanderers (Sunday).
2:00pm Monday 24th November 2014
A WEEK on from their 5-2 victory against FC North Wiltshire, Joe Martin took his Division Two title hopefuls Corsham Centre Youth side to Leafy Lane for the reverse fixture and, as expected, Centre completed the anticipated double over their hosts thanks to an 8-2 win.
1:00pm Monday 24th November 2014
WITH teams below them missing out on a fixture, Potterne FC extended their lead at the top of the first division to eight points from Melksham Cosmos thanks to a thumping 14-1 win over an out-of-sorts Christian Malford side.
12:00pm Monday 24th November 2014
WITH the inclement weather reducing the programme to just nine matches from the scheduled 21, it was a surprise that, in the Premier Division, two matches went ahead.
5:49pm Monday 17th November 2014
DIVISION Three leaders Buttercross FC lost out in a nine-goal thriller at home to fellow promotion hopefuls FC Bradford who, despite missing a number of key players in Mark Robinson and Ashley Styles, came out of an entertaining contest winning 5-4.
5:47pm Monday 17th November 2014
DIVISION Two leaders Worton & Cheverell were held to a 2-2 draw by Rowdy Cow Rowde at Sands Lane, in a match that was a great advert for the Sunday League.
5:44pm Monday 17th November 2014
FC BUSCOTS, who are chasing a third successive title, remain as the only team in Division One to boast an 100 per cent record, but their 3-2 victory over Sutton Benger was far from easy.
5:41pm Monday 17th November 2014
DEFENDING S.K. Fruits Limited sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division champions The Castle FC hosted AFC Melksham in what was just their third league outing of the campaign.
5:38pm Monday 17th November 2014
THIRD Division high flyers Stonewood Sundays had a convincing 7-2 home win over their first division opponents Christian Malford in their first round tie in the A M Print & Copy sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout cup tie at Biddestone.
4:30pm Monday 10th November 2014
IT WAS top versus third in the only fixture in Division Three, leaders Buttercross FC hosting an ever-improving Stonewood Sundays BFC outfit who arrived at Stanley Park looking to avenge their 5-2 loss from earlier in the season and inflict their hosts with a first loss in seven outings.
3:30pm Monday 10th November 2014
FC NORTH Wiltshire picked up what could prove to be a massive three points from their 3-2 victory at home to Old Road FC as both teams are likely to be amongst a clutch of sides facing a battle for survival in Division Two come next April.