Chippenham League OLD
News & Match Reports
2:30pm Monday 23rd November 2015
IT WAS ninth time lucky for Calne United, who claimed their first win of the season.
2:00pm Monday 23rd November 2015
WAYNE Duggan’s FC Bradford suffered another blow to their Division Two promotion hopes and once again they only have themselves to blame.
1:30pm Monday 23rd November 2015
JUST three months into the new season, Corsham Centre Youth are well on their way to being crowned Division One champions.
1:00pm Monday 23rd November 2015
CORSHAM CC Wildcats went into their game with Cons FC having already beaten them 5-3 earlier in the season and looking to build on last week's stunning 7-0 success over The Pack Horse FC.
4:00pm Monday 16th November 2015
A FORTNIGHT after they suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of neighbours Sutton Benger, Christian Malford were hoping to avenge that loss with their first league win in 26 outings and deny their hosts at Stanley Park the chance to move to the summit of Division Two.
3:00pm Monday 16th November 2015
THE only Division One fixture that beat the elements was played out at Sands Lane, where hosts Rowdy Cow Rowde took on a North Star side who were looking to end a five-match losing run.
2:00pm Monday 16th November 2015
With the battle between the top two teams in the Premier Division lost to the weather it gave the chasing pack the change to close the gap on leaders Goatacre CC FC and leapfrog second-placed AFC Melksham.
1:00pm Monday 16th November 2015
FOR second successive weekend, the league's fixture programme was severely disrupted by the weather with waterlogged pitches leading to just nine of scheduled 21 matches being played.
1:06pm Monday 16th November 2015
WITH their home pitch at Beverbrook unplayable, 91-92 FC and opponents Fox & Hounds (Warminster) moved their Division Three game to Kingdown School and it was the latter who took the spoils thanks to an amazing 8-5 victory which came after 91-92 had led 5-2 at half time.
2:30pm Monday 9th November 2015
FOREST AFC took to the pitch for the first time since the sudden death of team manager Stephen “Wacker” Wakefield almost two weeks ago.
2:00pm Monday 9th November 2015
FOX & Hounds (Warminster) hosted winless Calne United in the only Division Three fixture of the weekend.
1:30pm Monday 9th November 2015
WITH the top three sides from Division Two missing out on a league match it meant that if Melksham-based The Grapes United were to beat local rivals Miller Sports B they would join FC North Wiltshire at the top of the table.
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE PREMIER DIVISION: Goatacre stay top after Potterne win
1:00pm Monday 9th November 2015
THE top two teams from the Premier Division went toe to toe at Combe Lane and it was the home side and leaders Goatacre CC FC who claimed the crucial victory over Potterne CFC.
12:30pm Monday 9th November 2015
WATERLOGGED pitches led to four first round matches in the A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup being postponed.
2:30pm Monday 2nd November 2015
TEAMS from the Chippenham Sunday League had a mixed day in the Wiltshire Sunday Cup with five teams booking their place in the last 16. AFC Melksham had a brilliant 8-1 victory at Salisbury League outfit Laverstock & Ford.
2:00pm Monday 2nd November 2015
FC NORTH Wiltshire find themselves as the new leaders of Division Two after battling to a 3-2 win over fellow residents Corsham Oak FC at a fog-bound Leafy Lane.
1:30pm Monday 2nd November 2015
DIVISION One basement side FC Pig & Whistle put in a much improved performance when they visited local rivals Miller Sports A.
1:03pm Monday 2nd November 2015
The top two sides in Division Three met at Beaversbrook in what was expected to be a close contest between Joe Kirkpatrick’s table-toppers The Dursley Arms and hosts Cavalier.
1:00pm Monday 2nd November 2015
WITH both Westbury Rangers and Potterne unable to raise teams for their matches against respective opponents Cons FC and Corsham CC Wildcats, it meant that the only Premier Division fixture on Sunday saw Melksham Cosmos host Goatacre CC FC.
11:52am Monday 26th October 2015
SEMINGTON and Cavalier fought out a 2-2 draw in their Division Three match with the latter leaving it until the final minute to rescue a point.
11:40am Monday 26th October 2015
JAKE Loft returned to haunt former employers Corsham Oak, his second half double for Old Road denied Martin Perrett’s side the chance to claim top spot in Division Two.
11:25am Monday 26th October 2015
A 2-1 win for Pheasant at North Star was good enough to ease their own Division One relegation worries while leaving their opponents in the drop zone.
11:00am Monday 26th October 2015
IT MAYBE early days, but if the first couple months of the campaign is anything to go by the race to become Shoestrings-chargrill-sponsored Chippenham League Premier Division champions could be one of the closest for many seasons.
4:30pm Monday 19th October 2015
Division Three basement side Calne United trailed high-scoring table toppers The Dursley Arms 1-0 at half time, but the second half of their meeting at Beversbrook saw normal service resumed as Dursley found their scoring boots to run out 8-1 winners.
3:30pm Monday 19th October 2015
A ROBBIE Burton-inspired performance took Oakhill to the top of Division Two on goal difference from The Grapes.
2:30pm Monday 19th October 2015
WITH Rowdy Cow Rowde unable to raise a team for their trip to Division One leaders Corsham Centre Youth, it presented Bremhill View FC with the chance to move level with the Centre at the summit.
1:30pm Monday 19th October 2015
DEFEATS for defending champions Corsham CC Wildcats and the much-fancied Pack Horse side means that Potterne CFC are the new leaders of the Premier Division.
1:00pm Monday 19th October 2015
BATH Road FC overcame first division stablemates Miller Sports A to book the final spot in the quarter-finals of this season’s Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy.
10:48am Tuesday 13th October 2015
TWO Chippenham & District SUnday League sides are looking for new players.
4:00pm Monday 12th October 2015
WITH Division Three leaders The Dursley Arms without a game, Cavalier took full advantage to claim a share of top spot thanks to a 7-2 win at FC St George who they had beaten 7-1 a fortnight ago.
3:00pm Monday 12th October 2015
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes FC saw their 23-match winning run come to an end away at fellow Division Two promotion hopefuls FC Bradford who turned in one of their finest performances for a long time as they romped to a thoroughly deserved 6-2 success over their previously unbeaten rivals.
2:00pm Monday 12th October 2015
WITH both FC Pig & Whistle and opponents Pheasant desperate for a win to ignite their floundering Division one campaign it was the latter who came up trumps at Awdry Avenue as they came from two down to claim an 8-4 success.
1:00pm Monday 12th October 2015
CORSHAM CC Wildcats returned to the summit of the Premier Division for the first time since lifting the crown back in May, courtesy of a comfortable 9-1 victory against an understrength White Horse (Sunday) A FC.
12:00pm Monday 12th October 2015
A FIRST-HALF goal from Aaron Tyler was all that was needed to earn first division Calne BFC a 1-0 victory away at second division FC Lacock in their Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy first round meeting.
4:00pm Monday 5th October 2015
A DEPLATED Corsham Centre Youth could only raise 12 fit players for the Wiltshire Junior Cup game against top Swindon League FC Walcot.
3:00pm Monday 5th October 2015
SEMINGTON FC chalked up their first win in Division Three since returning to the league. A 4-2 success at Fox & Hounds (Warminster) was just what the villagers wanted after the recent loss of equipment from their Little Marsh home.
2:00pm Monday 5th October 2015
CHRISTIAN Malford went into their Division Two game with The Mallard on the back of an excellent knockout cup victory over top flight side Goatacre.
1:00pm Monday 5th October 2015
BEN Redford’s Bremhill View side opened their Division One campaign with a thumping 8-1 victory over local rivals North Star A.
12:00pm Monday 5th October 2015
HAVING already suffered a 2-0 defeat against the Castle FC, defending Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District League Premier Division champions Corsham CC Wildcats would have been wary of facing Nathan Emm’s side for a second time in a fortnight.
9:05am Friday 2nd October 2015
FC ST GEORGE, who play in the Chippenham & District Sunday League third division, are looking to bring in new players.
3:53pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
WHITE Horse and Cavalier gained maximum points from their matches, the later destroying one time leaders FC St George 7-1 to move within three points of leaders Dursley Arms. Adam Bewley and Roger Wiltshire scored three each and Neil Fletcher one. Mike Payne replied for St George.
3:51pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
A 16-0 WIN for Corsham Centre Youth at home to FC Pig & Whistle maintained their 100 per cent start to the season and saw them open up a six-point gap at the top.
3:52pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
GOALS from Scott Austin, Stuart Langer and Dan Kelly saw FC North Wiltshire race into a 3-0 lead against Oakhill, who staged a remarkable comeback to win 7-4. Robbie Burton and Tom Webb scored two each, with Jordan Tarrant, Dijon Kofie and Ethan Henwood sharing the other. Ricky Stonham added a fourth for North Wilts.
3:50pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
FC CONS missed out on the chance to top the table for the first time after they were beaten 5-3 by defending champions Corsham CC Wildcats.
3:48pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
FOREST AFC completed the line up for the last 16 by putting out first division Pheasant FC. Goals from Richard Plumtree and Steve Badger gave Forest a 2-0 lead, Justin Flower grabbing a consolation for Pheasant.
3:47pm Tuesday 29th September 2015
THERE were a number of shocks in the preliminary round of A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup with second division sides FC Bradford and Christian Malford claiming scalps of top flight sides Westbury Rangers and Goatacre CC FC.
4:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
TROWBRIDGE-BASED The Dursley Arms are the new leaders of Division Three following their thumping 9-1 victory over previous table toppers FC St George, who have also suffered from a three-point deduction for playing an ineligible player in their opening game of the season when they beat 91-92 FC 14-0.
3:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
THE only match in Division Two saw FC North Wiltshire host a depleted Lavington Rangers outfit who didn’t have the best preparation for the morning game at Leafy Lane as a car carrying four of their players was involved in a car accident on route to the ground.
2:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
PREMIER Division champions Corsham CC Wildcats suffered a 2-0 defeat at The Castle FC who looked to be on the move after suffering an opening day defeat.
2:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
HAVING finished as respective second division winners and runners up last term, Bremhill View and Corsham Centre Youth renewed their acquaintances in Division One.
1:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
SOMERFORD FC booked their place in the first round one of this season's Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy without having to kick a ball, as scheduled opponents North Star were unable to raise enough players for their preliminary round encounter.
12:00pm Monday 21st September 2015
FOURTH Division newcomers Calne United and Semington FC kicked off this season’s A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup and it will be the latter who enter the draw for the first round proper after disposing of their opponents 3-1 in the day’s only Preliminary round clash.
5:39pm Thursday 17th September 2015
CALNE United, who play in the Chippenham & District Sunday League third division are looking to bring in new players.
3:00pm Monday 14th September 2015
EVANA Designs were celebrating their first win in Division Three since last October.
2:00pm Monday 14th September 2015
MELKSHAM-BASED Grapes United FC are top of Division Two following their 7-3 victory at Oakhill.
1:00pm Monday 14th September 2015
CORSHAM Centre Youth gave seasoned starting debuts to goalkeeper Nick Gingell, 16 year old Shaun Paradise, Jason King and Kevin Hodgkinson, but it was veteran James Lye who rolled back the years to give them a 3-1 win away at rivals Miller Sports A.
12:00pm Monday 14th September 2015
AFC MELKSHAM began their challenge to become Shoestrings-chargrill sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division champions under way with a hard-fought 4-2 triumph over last year's Division One winners.
3:00pm Monday 7th September 2015
NEWCOMERS Semington FC and The Dursley Arms met, Arms running out 4-3. Goals from Jamie Jordan and Jordan Pinder put Dursley two up before Semington turned things in their favour with goals from Ed McCormack, Ed Clark and Ricky King.
2:00pm Monday 7th September 2015
FORMERLY Cannings Rangers, Lavington Rangers beat FC Bradford 5-1.
4:01pm Monday 7th September 2015
91-92 FC, who play in Division Three of the Chippenham & District Sunday League, are on the hunt for new players for the season.