Chippenham Sunday League
News & Match Reports
12:20pm Monday 8th February 2016
THE weather was again the only winner at the weekend as all bar two teams from the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League suffered disappointment.
1:00pm Monday 1st February 2016
DIVISION Two table toppers Corsham Oak put in a five-star performance earlier in the season when they faced The Mallard.
1:00pm Monday 1st February 2016
A 6-3 WIN for Fox & Hounds (Warminster) saw Mark Davies side avenge their 4-3 loss against Division Three rivals Evana Designs from earlier in the season.
12:30pm Monday 1st February 2016
THE only Division One fixture that survived the elements saw Calne BFC host local rivals Bremhill View FC in a match that lived up to the a game of two halves tag, as Bremhill overturned a 3-0 half-time deficit to run out 5-3 winners.
12:00pm Monday 1st February 2016
THE last time White Horse (Sunday) A were in Chippenham League, Premier Division action was before Christmas when their fought out a 1-1 stalemate with Cons FC.
1:30pm Monday 25th January 2016
SEMINGTON FC picked up a crucial three points in their bid to climb out of Division Three at the first attempt.
1:00pm Monday 25th January 2016
MELKSHAM-BASED Grapes United closed the gap on Division Two leaders Corsham Oak to a point following their 5-0 triumph at home to The Mallard FC.
12:30pm Monday 25th January 2016
CORSHAM Centre Youth had to call on all their expertise to battle past a very determined Rowdy Cow Rowde side and had it not been for debutant Dan King and goalkeeper Nick Gingell they could have suffered their first Division One loss of the season.
12:00pm Monday 25th January 2016
GRAHAM Griffiths had a debut to remember for Melksham Cosmos as he netted a double which helped his team claim a 4-4 draw at Premier Division leaders Goatacre CC FC.
2:30pm Monday 18th January 2016
TROWBRIDGE-BASED The Dursley Arms continue to set the pace at the top of Division Three.
2:00pm Monday 18th January 2016
FOLLOWING the recent withdrawal of Miller Sports B from Division Two, Martin Perrett’s Corsham Oak found themselves top of the table and a 4-2 victory over FC Bradford ensured they will remain at the summit for the time being.
1:30pm Monday 18th January 2016
A 7-0 VICTORY for Somerford over North Star FC not only saw them seal a league double over the rivals, who they beat 7-1 the last time they met, but also took Trevor Rawlings side up to second place in the standings behind leaders Corsham Centre Youth, who they play at the end of the month.
1:00pm Monday 18th January 2016
THE fixture programme in the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & DIstrict Sunday League suffered a third week of disruption, but unlike the first two weeks of the new year when only one match was played, nine of the scheduled 21 fixtures survived the overnight rain.
12:19pm Monday 11th January 2016
FOR A second successive Sunday the weather wreaked havoc with the fixture programme of the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League with only one of the scheduled 23 league and cup matches beating the elements.
10:00am Monday 4th January 2016
WITH all league and cup fixtures from the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League lost at the weekend due to waterlogged pitches, one match that managed to beat the elements was the Wiltshire Sunday Cup quarter-final tie between Salisbury League side Rose & Crown and treble-chasing Castle FC.
2:00pm Monday 21st December 2015
AFTER suffering defeat in their opening nine matches, Calne United look to have turned the corner.
1:00pm Monday 21st December 2015
CORSHAM Centre Youth’s top scorer Shaun Paradise scored a hat-trick of penalties in his team's 4-1 victory over Pheasant FC, a victory that stretched the Division One’s leaders perfect record to nine matches.
12:30pm Monday 21st December 2015
BEING the only Premier Division side in this season’s Ken Clarke sponsored - WG Parr Trophy competition meant that Melksham Cosmos were handed the tag of favourites.
12:00pm Monday 21st December 2015
UNDOUBTEDLY the match of the day in the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League at the weekend was the Premier Division clash between AFC Melksham and the The Castle FC, who since losing to Corsham Wildcats back in early October had won seven on the spin.
10:19am Monday 14th December 2015
2DEVIZES-BASED Cavalier FC, who had not played for a month, returned to action with a trip to Westbury Conservative Club, who were looking to maintain the fine run of results which had taken them into third spot in Division Three.
10:17am Monday 14th December 2015
IT WAS first against second in Division Two as leaders Lavington Rangers hosted The Grapes United at Northbrook.
10:16am Monday 14th December 2015
HAVING not played a home fixture since late October, Somerford, who have only featured in five Division One matches this term, made a return to action by welcoming bottom of the table FC Pig & Whistle to their Great Somerford base.
10:14am Monday 14th December 2015
PREMIER Division leaders Goatacre CC FC hosted White Horse (Sunday) A in what was the only top-flight fixture of the day.
10:12am Monday 14th December 2015
FC NORTH Wiltshire came out on top in their AM Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup first-round clash with third division stablemates FC Bradford, a 4-3 victory earning them a place in the second round draw.
4:00pm Monday 7th December 2015
TOP-FLIGHT sides AFC Melksham & The Castle FC carry the hopes of the league in the Wiltshire Sunday Cup after victories over respective opponents The Windmill and White Horse (Sunday).
3:00pm Monday 7th December 2015
FOREST AFC beat Evana Designs 3-1 to register on their second third division win of the season and immediately dedicated the victory to former manager Steven “Wacker” Wakefield who passed away in late October.
2:00pm Monday 7th December 2015
CORSHAM Centre Youth claimed win number eight of the season with an 8-2 success away at a Bath Road side for whom it was their first home outing of the season.
2:00pm Monday 7th December 2015
LACK of finishing let down Christian Malford in their home game at Stanley Park as visitors Old Road opened up a six-point gap at the bottom of Division Two with a 1-0 victory.