Chippenham League OLD
News & Match Reports
3:30pm Monday 20th March 2017
HAVING already accounted for top Swindon League sides Greyhound and FC Walcot in earlier rounds of this season’s Wiltshire Sunday Cup, the Chippenham League’s sole survivors The Dursley Arms travelled to Penhill for their semi-final clash with Deers Leap.
3:00pm Monday 20th March 2017
WITH their first-ever season in the league coming to an end, Melksham-based The Foresters Arms travelled to Warminster Wanderers for their penultimate Third Division fixture.
2:30pm Monday 20th March 2017
THE only fixture in Division Two saw Cavalier heap more pressure on relegation threatened FC Pig & Whistle who suffered an 8-0 loss.
2:00pm Monday 20th March 2017
WITH Calne BFC in Subsidiary Cup action, The Grapes United got the win they were after at Sutton Benger that saw them return to the top of the Division One table.
1:30pm Monday 20th March 2017
BREMHILL View opened up a 10-point gap on their rivals at the top of the Premier Division, although Ben Redford’s Calne-based side didn’t have everything their own way as they trailed fellow title hopefuls Somerford 1-0 at the break before turning the game on its head to run out 6-1 victors.
1:00pm Monday 20th March 2017
CORSHAM Youth picked up a second successive victory in Group B of the Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup.
2:30pm Monday 13th March 2017
With third division leaders Faded FC in Subsidiary Cup action they saw their three-point advantage at the top of the table wiped out by Box Rovers whose 24-3 massacre of basement side AFC Rowde moved the villagers to level on 39 points with Faded
2:00pm Monday 13th March 2017
WITH the overnight rain claiming their fixture at Stanley Park, the quick-thinking of Pheasant manager Del Llewellyn and Corsham Oak’s Dave Cardus saved the day as the match was moved to Leafy Lane where title hopefuls Pheasant claimed a 4-2 win.
1:30pm Monday 13th March 2017
FOLLOWING months of good weather, the league made the decision to run the Subsidiary Cup for the first time since Biddestone Social won the competition in 2013.
1:00pm Monday 13th March 2017
SECOND Division high flyers The Dursley Arms remain in the hunt for silverware on three fronts.
2:00pm Monday 6th March 2017
A 2-1 VICTORY for North Star Club at Warminster Wanderers has given the Calne-based side the edge over their opponents in the battle for third place in Division Three behind Faded FC and Box Rovers.
1:30pm Monday 6th March 2017
A 12th win of the season for The Dursley Arms saw the Trowbridge based team return to the top of Division Two.
1:00pm Monday 6th March 2017
HEAVY overnight rain led to all but four scheduled league matches being postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
1:00pm Monday 27th February 2017
Christian Malford eased their relegation fears in Division Two with a 3-0 victory at FC North Wiltshire.
10:13am Monday 27th February 2017
THE Dursley Arms booked their place in the semi-finals of the AM Print & Copy sponsored Knockout Cup with a 9-3 victory over Chippenham and District Sunday League Division Two rivals Cavalier.
11:10am Monday 27th February 2017
MELKSHAM Town (Sunday) saw their seven-match winning run brought to an end in the Premier Division as they lost 4-1 at Corsham CC Wildcats.
12:00pm Monday 27th February 2017
The Grapes United moved within a point of leaders Calne BFC following their 4-1 victory over FC Bradford.
2:00pm Monday 27th February 2017
Fox & Hounds (Warminster) claimed a 3-2 success over Warminster Wanderers.
4:00pm Monday 20th February 2017
BOTH of the top two sides in Division Three were made to work hard for their latest victories, with leaders Faded FC have to come from behind to beat Calne United 4-1.
3:30pm Monday 20th February 2017
DURSLEY Arms were in league action for the first time since mid-January and a 7-2 victory for Joe Kirkpatrick’s team at former leaders Semington FC saw them reclaim top spot with what was their 11th straight win of the season.
3:00pm Monday 20th February 2017
CORSHAM Oak ended a six-match losing run, but despite their 6-2 success at fellow Division One battlers Oakhill, Mike Hager’s side still remain bottom of the table.
2:30pm Monday 20th February 2017
PREMIER Division leaders Bremhill View dropped what could prove to be a crucial two points after they allowed Corsham Youth to overturn a 3-0 deficit and claim a 3-3 draw in a thrilling contest at Meriton Avenue.
2:00pm Monday 20th February 2017
LAST season’s beaten WG Parr Trophy finalists Somerford will have the chance to go one better this season after a 2-1 victory over Pheasant FC saw them set up a final meeting with Lavington Rangers in the Ken Clarke-sponsored competition.
10:02am Friday 17th February 2017
BREMHILL View picked up a massive three points on Thursday evening when they came from behind on three occasions to beat fellow Premier Division title hopefuls Somerford FC 5-4 on the 3G pitch at Stanley Park.
3:00pm Monday 13th February 2017
PREMIER Division champions Melksham Town claimed a seventh straight win and moved to within three points of leaders Bremhill View thanks to their 7-1 victory at White Horse (Sunday) A.
3:00pm Monday 13th February 2017
MELKSHAM-BASED rivals Forest AFC and The Foresters Arms locked horns in their Division Three showdown at Awdry Avenue and it was the former, thanks to a 3-2 success, that completed a double over their hosts, who they had defeated 5-1 way back in September.
2:30pm Monday 13th February 2017
HOLDERS Corsham CC Wildcats hosted The Grapes United bidding to book a place in the semi-finals of this term's competition.
2:30pm Monday 13th February 2017
CHRISTIAN Malford remain in a five-way relegation dogfight after throwing away a two-goal lead at home to FC North Wiltshire, who turned things around to claim a 5-2 win.
2:00pm Monday 13th February 2017
LAVINGTON Rangers came from behind to defeat first division stablemates Corsham Oak 2-1 to claim a WG Parr Trophy final place, where they will face either Somerford or Pheasant FC.
1:00pm Monday 6th February 2017
THE only fixture to beat the elements in Division One was at Beversbrook where a 2-1 victory for hosts Calne BFC over FC Lacock was good enough to take Chris Edes' team to the top of the table.
2:00pm Monday 6th February 2017
A 1-0 VICTORY for Forest AFC at home to AFC Rowde saw them claim a first win in five outings in what was the only Division Three fixture to beat the weather.
1:30pm Monday 6th February 2017
WESTBURY Conservative Club moved out of the Division Two drop zone thanks to a thrilling 4-3 victory at home to fellow relegation battlers Christian Malford.
12:30pm Monday 6th February 2017
WHITE Horse A came from behind to claim a 3-1 victory at Premier Division basement side Bath Road with Nick Taylor scoring all three goals.
12:30pm Monday 30th January 2017
WESTBURY Conservative Club and The Mallard shared six goals and the points as they battled to a 3-3 draw in a Division Two thriller.
12:00pm Monday 30th January 2017
DIVISION One leaders The Grapes United suffered their first loss of the season after they were surprisingly beaten 6-3 at Lavington Rangers.
11:30am Monday 30th January 2017
SOMERFORD kept themselves in the Premier Division title race with a battling 5-2 success at Corsham Youth, who had they guests on the rack at half-time as they led 2-1 before Somerford came out all guns firing in the second half to claim three vital points.
2:30pm Monday 23rd January 2017
HAVING disposed of top Swindon Sunday League side Greyhound in the previous round of the Wiltshire Sunday Cup, Dursley Arms' reward was a home tie with Cup holders Walcot FC also from Swindon.
2:00pm Monday 23rd January 2017
WITH no victory in their last three matches The Foresters Arms made a welcome return to winning ways in Division Three thanks to a 5-3 triumph at AFC Rowde.
1:30pm Monday 23rd January 2017
A WEEK after FC St George picked up a share of the spoils from 1-1 draw at The Mallard the two teams met in what was the only Division Two fixture to beat the elements.
1:00pm Monday 23rd January 2017
HAVING been top of the Division One table through October, Westbury Rangers have lost their way since.
12:30pm Monday 23rd January 2017
WITH the weather taking its toll on this weekend’s fixtures, the only Premier Division match that beat the big freeze saw a re-run of last Sunday’s meeting between Bremhill View and Audley FC which the former won 7-2.
12:08pm Monday 16th January 2017
SOMERFORD avenged their defeat in the final of last season’s Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy against Rowdy Cow Rowde by beating their fellow villagers in the quarter-finals of this term’s competition.
12:06pm Monday 16th January 2017
THE ONLY fixture in Division One at the weekend saw leaders The Grapes United travel to second-placed Calne BFC and having beaten the elements, the Grapes claimed a 3-1 win to move six points clear at the top of the table.
12:07pm Monday 16th January 2017
BREMHILL View remain top of the Shoestrings chargrill-sponsored Chippenham and District Sunday League Premier Division courtesy of their 7-2 victory away at Audley.
12:06pm Monday 16th January 2017
AFTER being bottom of Division Two at the start of December, Pig & Whistle have moved up to seventh place after they made it three wins on the spin thanks to a 4-1 triumph away at Old Road.
12:04pm Monday 16th January 2017
FADED took full advantage of Box Rovers’ postponed clash with AFC Rowde by beating The Foresters Arms 9-2 to move top of the table in Division Three.
2:00pm Monday 9th January 2017
WITH Box Rovers in Knockout Cup action, Faded were able to claim a share of pole position in Division Three and for the time being their better goal difference after a 10-2 win at Fox & Hounds (Warminster) puts them in the number one spot.
1:30pm Monday 9th January 2017
AFTER suffering a defeat to Christian Malford last time out, The Mallard gave their hopes of beating the drop from Division Two a massive boost thanks to a 3-2 win at home over an FC North Wiltshire side who had beaten them 7-2 back in November.
1:00pm Monday 9th January 2017
A THIRD straight victory for Calne BFC saw them move into second place in the Division One standings.
12:30pm Monday 9th January 2017
HAVING missed their opportunity to top the table for Christmas after they were beaten 4-1 away at Somerford FC, Corsham Youth again missed the chance to reach the summit of the Premier Division after being held to a 2-2 draw by local rivals Corsham CC Wildcats.
12:00pm Monday 9th January 2017
THIRD Division leaders Box Rovers booked their place in the semi-finals of this season's AM Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup after they produced the upset of the competition so far by beating Premier Division leaders Bremhill View 2-0.
3:00pm Monday 19th December 2016
TROWBRIDGE-BASED The Dursley Arms ended Greyhound’s hopes lifting the Wiltshire Sunday Cup.
2:30pm Monday 19th December 2016
A 5-2 VICTORY for Faded FC at Forest AFC saw them close within three points of Division Three leaders Box Rovers, who were without a game.
2:00pm Monday 19th December 2016
IN AN entering Division Two contest at Stanley Park, Semington came out 5-3 victors over Old Road FC.
1:30pm Monday 19th December 2016
DIVISION One leaders The Grapes United extended their unbeaten run to 10 matches, however Tony Couch’s side dropped two unexpected points after Mark Merriman’s side held them to a 1-1 draw.
1:00pm Monday 19th December 2016
WITH Premier Division leaders Bremhill View missing out on a fixture, Corsham Youth missed their opportunity to top the table for Christmas after they were beaten 4-1 at Somerford FC.
2:00pm Monday 12th December 2016
MELKSHAM-BASED Forest AFC ended a four-match winless run in Division Three with a 7-4 victory over a White Horse (Sunday) B outfit.
1:30pm Monday 12th December 2016
FC NORTH Wiltshire and FC St George had to settle for a point apiece from their exhilarating second division battle at Leafy Lane which ended in a 4-4 stalemate.
12:24pm Monday 12th December 2016
A GOAL at the death from Nick Manifold saw Pheasant collect a further three points in their bid to claim a top two finish in Division One.
12:21pm Monday 12th December 2016
FIRST Division The Grapes United booked their place in the second round of this season’s AM Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup after a convincing 5-2 success at home to top-flight side Corsham Youth.