Chippenham League OLD
News & Match Reports
3:00pm Monday 26th September 2016
BOX Rovers made a welcome return to league action following their Wiltshire Sunday Cup exit last weekend.
2:00pm Monday 26th September 2016
OLD Road and The Mallard picked up their first points of the season in Division Two following a thrilling 3-3 draw at Stanley Park.
1:30pm Monday 26th September 2016
AFTER gaining promotion at the end of last season, Chippenham-based Oakhill have struggled to get going this campaign and things didn’t get any better at Lavington Rangers as a 4-1 loss saw them slump to a fourth straight defeat.
1:00pm Monday 26th September 2016
ROWDY Cow Rowde chalked up their first league win of the season in the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division courtesy of a 5-3 success over a Bath Road outfit who are still looking for their first points of the campaign.
12:30pm Monday 26th September 2016
DEFENDING A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup winners Corsham CC Wildcats were drawn away at current Premier Division champions Melksham Town (Sunday) in what was the heavyweight tie from the preliminary round’s eight fixtures.
2:00pm Monday 19th September 2016
BREMHILL View claimed an 8-1 triumph over Lavington Rangers in the only all Chippenham Sunday League tie in the Preliminary Round of the Wiltshire Sunday Cup.
1:30pm Monday 19th September 2016
FOREST AFC may have won just three of their 20 Division Three fixtures last term, but with two of them coming again Evana Designs - now AFC Rowde - Lee Fordham’s side would have been relishing their first meeting between the teams this season.
1:00pm Monday 19th September 2016
THE only fixture in Division Two at the weekend saw Westbury Conservative Club host Semington FC the side, who had beaten them to the third division runners up spot last term.
12:30pm Monday 19th September 2016
IT WAS third time lucky for Corsham Oak as they managed to secure their first win of the season.
12:00pm Monday 19th September 2016
A 7-1 victory for Somerford FC over Bath Road maintained the villagers' 100 per cent start to the season and took Trevor Rawlings side to the top of the Premier Division table.
2:30pm Monday 12th September 2016
IT WAS derby day at Christie Miller, Melksham where league newcomers The Foresters Arms kicked off their Division Three campaign by hosting local rivals Forest AFC.
2:00pm Monday 12th September 2016
CHRISTIAN Malford ended a 10-match wait for a victory after a 3-1 victory saw them take maximum points from FC Pig & Whistle.
1:30pm Monday 12th September 2016
DIVISION One title favourites The Grapes United chalked up maximum points courtesy of a 4-1 success over Corsham Oak.
1:00pm Monday 12th September 2016
DEFENDING Premier Division champions Melksham Town were beaten 4-1 by newly-promoted Bremhill View.
1:00pm Monday 5th September 2016
AS EVANA Designs, Paul Revening’s side took maximum points from Calne United on the two occasions they met in Division Three last term.
12:30pm Monday 5th September 2016
THE Dursley Arms picked up where they left off last season, Joe Kirkpatrick’s third division title winners taking up all three points from their trip to Christian Malford.
12:00pm Monday 5th September 2016
FIERCE rivals FC Lacock and Oakhill FC went toe-to-toe in much anticipated opener to the Division One season and for the first time ever it was Lacock who were victorious as they ran out 6-1 winners.
11:30am Monday 5th September 2016
MELKSHAM Town (Sunday) who, as AFC Melksham last season lifted the Premier Division winners' trophy, began their defence of their title in style with a 12-0 triumph over Bath Road.
11:00am Friday 2nd September 2016
MELKSHAM Town, who as AFC Melksham lifted the Shoestrings Chargrill Chippenham Sunday League Premier Division trophy last term, will begin the defence of their title with a visit from newly-promoted Bath Road FC on Sunday.
8:00am Thursday 23rd June 2016
A MONTH after celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Shoestrings Chargrill Chippenham & District Sunday Football League brought the curtain down on the 2015-16 season with a presentation night and annual meeting at Chippenham's Gladstone Club.
12:00pm Monday 16th May 2016
A 3-2 VICTORY for Cavalier at home to Fox & Hounds (Warminster) ensured Dave Young’s side finished above their opponents in the final standings of the season.
11:30am Monday 16th May 2016
LACOCK bought the curtain down on what has been a fine second season for the villagers with an 8-1 victory at relegated Christian Malford, which means that they finish the season in fourth place in the standings.
11:00am Monday 16th May 2016
BATH Road FC and Bremhill View signed off their Division One campaign by sharing eight goals and the points at Biddestone Sports Ground that saw both teams play the match with just 10 men apiece.
10:30am Monday 16th May 2016
CORSHAM CC Wildcats had already missed out on back-to-back Premier Division titles by the time they visited Pack Horse FC, but both teams still had everything to play for at Stanley Park as the runners up spot to AFC Melksham was up for grabs.
4:30pm Friday 13th May 2016
THE only action of the night in Division Three saw bottom of the table Forest AFC suffer a 4-0 loss at home to Fox & Hounds (Warminster) in what was the final game of the season for the Melksham based side.
4:10pm Friday 13th May 2016
OAKHILL, who needed a point from their meeting with local rivals Old Road to clinch the runners up spot in Division Two, were being held to a goalless draw by their guests.
3:29pm Friday 13th May 2016
THE lone Division One action of Thursday night saw Miller Sports conclude their troubled season with a 5-2 loss at Rowdy Cow Rowde who, with one match remaining, could finish the campaign in fifth spot.
12:23pm Monday 9th May 2016
AN 88TH-minute goal completed an amazing second-half turnaround for Semington FC against Westbury Conservative Club and the point from their thrilling 3-3 draw was good enough to secure them the runners-up spot behind champions The Dursley Arms.
12:20pm Monday 9th May 2016
CHIPPENHAM-BASED Oakhill FC are nicely placed to clinch the second automatic promotion spot out of Division Two along with already crowned champions The Grapes FC.
12:17pm Monday 9th May 2016
A 2-1 VICTORY for Bremhill View at home to Somerford saw Ben Redford’s side earn the point they needed to take the runners-up place behind champions Corsham Centre Youth.
12:13pm Monday 9th May 2016
MELKSHAM Cosmos brought the curtain down on a difficult campaign with an 8-3 win over seven-man Westbury Rangers.
9:09am Wednesday 4th May 2016
CORSHAM Centre Youth visited Somerford for their penultimate game of the season.
1:00pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
WITH Westbury Conservative Club missing out on a fixture, Semington FC who are currently leading the way to finish as Division Three runners-up behind The Dursley Arms took full advantage of the situation they found themselves in.
12:30pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
HAVING missed out on the chance to clinch the Division Two title on Thursday evening following their defeat by FC Bradford, James Worlsey’s Melksham-based The Grapes United finally popped open the champagne with a 4-2 victory over Christian Malford.
12:00pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
THE only fixture in Division One saw FC Pig & Whistle welcome Somerford to their Awdry Avenue base.
11:30am Tuesday 3rd May 2016
TWO victories on Sunday for The Pack Horse over Westbury Rangers at Meadow Lane means that Tyrone Prades will take his Pack Horse team to Premier Division leaders AFC Melksham on Wednesday evening knowing that a win would take the title race to the final day of the season.
10:37am Friday 29th April 2016
DEPENDING on results over the next week, the race to become this season’s Shoestrings Chippenham League Premier Division champions may go to the final day of the season.
10:27am Thursday 28th April 2016
TROWBRIDGE side The Dursley Arms had already won the Division Three title before they beat Evana Designs 8-2 on Wednesday evening.
10:08am Monday 25th April 2016
THERE was no fairytale ending for Semington FC in the 49th final of the A M Print & Copy sponsored Knockout Cup.
1:30pm Monday 25th April 2016
WESTBURY Conservative Club suffered a setback to their hopes of capturing an automatic promotion spot when they were beaten 2-1 at FC St George.
1:00pm Monday 25th April 2016
BOTH FC Bradford and FC North Wiltshire have struggled in the latter part of the season, but their Division Two match at St Mary’s was a classic game of two halves.
12:30pm Monday 25th April 2016
BREMHILL View had in terms of the battle for the Division One runners-up spot, a massive victory at Somerford in midweek, followed that up with a 5-1 triumph over Miller Sports FC.
12:00pm Monday 25th April 2016
WITH both their closest challengers missing out on a game at the weekend, AFC Melksham made the most of their opportunity to put some daylight between themselves and The Castle and Corsham Wildcats at the top of the Premier Division.
11:58am Friday 22nd April 2016
A THURSDAY night victory for Trowbridge-based The Dursley Arms at home to Calne United saw them crowned Division Three champions at their first attempt.
11:57am Friday 22nd April 2016
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes United picked up a massive three points in their quest to claim the Division Two title and clinch back-to-back championships.
11:55am Friday 22nd April 2016
WITH Corsham Centre Youth nailed on certainties to be crowned Division One champions the race for the second automatic promotion spot to the top flight is shaping up nicely.
11:53am Friday 22nd April 2016
LOCAL rivals Westbury Rangers v White Horse A played back to back games at Meadow Lane last night.
9:13am Thursday 21st April 2016
AFC MELKSHAM boosted their hopes of lifting their first ever Premier division title thanks to a 3-0 victory over Goatacre CC FC.
1:00pm Monday 18th April 2016
FOR A second time in a month FC St George got the better of their local rivals Warminster Wanderers.
12:30pm Monday 18th April 2016
WG Parr Trophy winners Rowdy Cow Rowde became the first team to take a point off runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth.
12:30pm Monday 18th April 2016
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes United moved a point clear of Oakhill at the top of Division Two, courtesy of a 3-3 draw with FC North Wiltshire at the Conigre.
12:00pm Monday 18th April 2016
DEFENDING Premier Division champions Corsham CC Wildcats moved up to second place thanks to their 7-3 win over Goatacre CC FC, whose second straight loss has ended any hopes they had of finishing top of the pile.
11:00am Friday 15th April 2016
WITH Division Three leaders The Dursley Arms missing out on a game due to scheduled opponents 91-92 FC being unable to raise a team for their trip to Lambrok Road, it gave Knockout Cup finalists Semington FC the chance to join Joe Kirkpatrick’s team at the summit.
10:30am Friday 15th April 2016
JUST five days after Christian Malford suffered an underserved 2-1 defeat at the hands of Oakhill FC, the two sides locked horns again last night.
10:00am Friday 15th April 2016
ROWDY Cow Rowde, who lifted the WG Parr Trophy on Sunday afternoon after an excellent victory over Somerford, suffered a cup final hangover when they were beaten 2-0 away at Division One promotion hopefuls Bath Road FC last night.
9:38am Tuesday 12th April 2016
TO MARK 50 years since the formation of the Chippenham & District Sunday Football League, the management committee of the League have organised a celebration evening on Saturday, May 7 in Chippenham Town Hall.
12:48pm Monday 11th April 2016
CAVALIER FC may have previously suffered a 3-1 defeat at Forest AFC, but a 2-1 win on home soil saw them avenge that loss and claim a third straight win.
12:45pm Monday 11th April 2016
OAKHILL FC followed up Thursday evening’s thrilling 4-3 success over FC Lacock with a hard earned 2-1 triumph over Christian Malford who they are due to play again on Thursday evening.
12:42pm Monday 11th April 2016
WITH Somerford in WG Parr Trophy action, Bremhill View reclaimed second place in the Division One standings after they defeated bottom of the table FC Pig & Whistle 8-1.
12:40pm Monday 11th April 2016
IN WHAT was their penultimate game of the season, Devizes-based The Castle FC suffered a huge blow in their bid to become Premier Division champions for a second time in three years.