Chippenham Sunday League
News & Match Reports
2:21pm Sunday 14th May 2017
TROWBRIDGE-BASED The Dursley Arms, who have had an excellent two seasons, in which they won both the third division and Division Two titles, as well as adding the Wiltshire Sunday Cup and Knockout Cup, have decided to call it a day.
4:17pm Wednesday 10th May 2017
THE first Transition Festival in Wiltshire involved teams from Chippenham & District Football League and U18s teams from the Mid Wilts Youth & Minor Football League at Stanley Park, Chippenham.
8:44pm Tuesday 9th May 2017
A 6-1 DEFEAT for FC St George at home to champions The Dursley Arms means that Semington beat Mike Payne’s side to the runners up spot in Division Two.
11:01am Monday 8th May 2017
PREMIER Division champions Bremhill View and first division FC Bradford served up a feast of football in the final of the Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup as Bremhill scored an injury-time goal to claim a 3-2 victory at Melksham Town's Oakfields ground.
12:40pm Monday 8th May 2017
DIVISION Three runners up Faded FC were held to a 2-2 draw in their final game of the season at Warminster Wanderers, for whom it was their first point in six games.
12:10pm Monday 8th May 2017
OLD Road finally lost their brave battle to beat the drop from Division Two after they were beaten 4-1 at FC St George a week after the teams had fought out a 3-3 draw.
11:40am Monday 8th May 2017
WITH the Division One title already in the bag, champions Pheasant FC, who edged a five-goal thriller against Oakhill on Thursday evening, turned on the style in their final game to claim a thumping 14-0 triumph at home to Calne BFC.
11:03am Monday 8th May 2017
CHIPPENHAM-BASED Bath Road, who have struggled for much of the season, ended their Premier Division campaign with a 2-2 draw at inform Rowdy Cow Rowde who finished the campaign with a five-match unbeaten run.
11:38am Sunday 7th May 2017
A THIRD match in five days was one too many for champions The Dursley Arms as, for the first time in 36 outings, Joe Kirkpatrick’s side failed to take maximum points after they were held to a 4-4 draw by FC North Wiltshire.
11:44am Friday 5th May 2017
A WEEK on from their 7-0 victory on home soil against Warminster Wanderers, third division champions Box Rovers travelled to Wanderers for the reverse fixture and ran out 7-0 victors.
11:36am Friday 5th May 2017
WHAT was expected to be a walk in the park for Division Two champions Pheasant FC at local rivals Oakhill on Thursday evening was anything but as Del Llewellyn’s table-toppers needed a late goal to claim a 5-4 victory over the team they had beaten 4-1 earlier in the season.
10:38am Wednesday 3rd May 2017
WITH the Division Two title already in the bag and fresh from their Knockout Cup Final success over Corsham CC Wildcats, Joe Kirkpatrick’s Dursley Arms' side were out to put on an impressive display against Christian Malford and they duly obliged with a 13-0 success on Tuesday night.
10:31am Wednesday 3rd May 2017
HAVING almost withdrawn his Bremhill View side from the league prior to the start of the season, 23-year-old Ben Redford was a happy man on Tuesday evening when his team were crowned Premier Division winners.
GALLERY: Chippenham & District Sunday League Knockout Cup Final: Dursley Arms 2 Corsham CC Wildcats 1
12:30pm Tuesday 2nd May 2017
TROWBRIDGE-BASED The Dursley Arms had already lifted the Wiltshire Sunday Cup and Division Two title ahead of their A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup Final showdown with holders Corsham CC Wildcats at Chippenham Town’s Hardenhuish Park on Sunday afternoon.
4:50pm Monday 1st May 2017
A 7-0 VICTORY over Warminster Wanderers on Thursday evening, which was followed up with a 15-1 triumph over Fox & Hounds (Warminster) on Sunday morning, saw Box Rovers crowned Division Three champions.
4:47pm Monday 1st May 2017
THE first of back-to-back meetings between Old Road and FC St George saw the former claim a 3-3 draw to keep their hopes of staying in Division Two alive.
4:44pm Monday 1st May 2017
A 3-1 VICTORY for Sutton Benger at home over Corsham Oak confirmed their Division One survival, while the defeat for the Oak men saw them relegated to Division Two.
4:31pm Monday 1st May 2017
CALNE-BASED Bremhill View are odds-on favorites to clinch the Premier Division title on Tuesday evening when they take on second-placed Corsham CC Wildcats, who need to beat Ben Redford table toppers by six clear goals to deny them the title.
1:43pm Sunday 30th April 2017
DIVISION Three champions elect Box Rovers have one hand on the title following their 7-0 victory over Warminster Wanderers which leaves them needing just one point from a possible six to be crowned champions in their first season.
1:42pm Sunday 30th April 2017
AFTER missing out on clinching the Division One title at the weekend when they drew 0-0 with Sutton Benger, Pheasant FC made no mistake on Thursday evening when they were crowned champions after coming from behind to beat FC Bradford 5-1, handing the Chippenham-based side the title ahead of pre-season favourites The Grapes United.
1:40pm Sunday 30th April 2017
REIGNING Premier Division champions Melksham Town Sunday saw their slim hopes of retaining the title disappear following their 2-2 away draw at an in-form Rowdy Cow Rowde side.
9:03am Wednesday 26th April 2017
FOX & Hounds (Warminster) and White Horse B played their penultimate Division Three match of the season with the latter taking the honours thanks to a 5-1 success.
9:01am Wednesday 26th April 2017
IT WAS never in doubt that Dursley Arms would finish as Division Two champions - the only question that needed answering was when would that time come.
8:56am Wednesday 26th April 2017
A 6-3 VICTORY for Corsham CC Wildcats at home to Bath Road on Tuesday evening saw them move level on points with Bremhill View at the top of the Premier Division.
1:30pm Monday 24th April 2017
THANKS to their better goal difference Faded FC, who suffered a 3-0 loss at title rivals Box Rovers, remain top of Division Three for the time being.
1:04pm Monday 24th April 2017
IN THE only fixture in Division Two, FC Pig & Whistle moved out of the drop zone thanks to their 2-1 success at home to FC North Wiltshire.