News & Match Reports
10:00am Wednesday 6th May 2015
NEW Zealand-bound Mark Sharratt for Division Two runners-up Corsham Centre Youth saw him score a hat-trick for Pete Ralphs’ side in their 6-1 win at Rowdy Cow Rowde, whose secretary John Dalley has also decided to call it a day after nearly 30 years service to the village side.
9:54am Wednesday 6th May 2015
CORSHAM CC Wildcats were last night crowned S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & DIstrict League Premier Division champions.
10:00am Monday 4th May 2015
HAVING secured the Division Two title on Thursday night with a 2-1 victory over Corsham Centre Youth, Ben Redford’s Bremhill View signed off their WG Parr Trophy and league-winning campaign with a champions like performance away at Miller Sports B.
9:30am Monday 4th May 2015
MELKSHAM Cosmos, who finished the season in third place behind Potterne and FC Buscots, were up against Talbot FC at the Conigre
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Wildcats beat Prestige to keep title hopes alive
9:00am Monday 4th May 2015
PRESTIGE Bodyworks FC and Corsham CC Wildcats served up a feast of football at Biddestone Sports Ground as they battled to be crowned S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District League Premier Division champions.
4:24pm Friday 1st May 2015
DIVISION Two leaders, Bremhill View and second-placed Corsham Centre Youth met at Beversbrook on Thursday evening in what was virtually a winner-takes-all clash between the top two sides.
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE KNOCKOUT CUP FINAL: Bright strikes late for Corsham Centre Youth
3:33pm Monday 27th April 2015
IN WHAT was a rerun of last term's A M Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup Final, second division Corsham Centre Youth once again got the better of Premier Division outfit The Castle FC at Chippenham Town’s Hardenhuish Park.
10:31am Monday 27th April 2015
WITH the top two places in Division Three already sorted, all that was left for champions The Grapes United FC was to see if they could complete the perfect season.
10:28am Monday 27th April 2015
HAVING avoided one potential banana skin in their bid to be crowned Division two champions in midweek with a win over Rowdy Cow Rowde, Ben Redford’s Bremhill View evaded another one when they overcame Bath Road FC 7-0 who themselves saw their 13-match unbeaten run come to an end with a 3-0 home loss to Corsham Centre Youth.
10:25am Monday 27th April 2015
FC BUSCOTS went into their game at Christian Malford safe in the knowledge that a 5-2 win over Talbot FC on Thursday evening had secured them runners-up spot in Division One behind Potterne.
10:22am Monday 27th April 2015
PRESTIGE Bodyworks FC edged a step closer to the S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division title courtesy of a solitary goal against a White Horse A side, who signed off their first ever top-flight campaign in frustrating fashion.
9:54am Friday 24th April 2015
NEEDING to win just one of their two remaining matches to beat Melksham Cosmos to the runners-up spot in Division One, FC Buscots achieved their task at the first attempt.
9:44am Friday 24th April 2015
SECOND division leaders Bremhill View were looking for a quick-fire league double over Rowdy Cow Rowde when the sides met on Thursday evening just four days after goals from Reece Allison and Ben Redford earned them 2-0 win away from home.
10:22am Monday 20th April 2015
STONEWOOD Sundays (BFC) saw their hopes of finishing as Division Three runners-up disappear following their 5-2 defeat at the hands of champions The Grapes United FC, whose 19th win of the campaign leaves them just needing to beat Corsham Park next weekend to complete a perfect season.
10:15am Monday 20th April 2015
AFTER returning to the top of Division Two following their midweek success over FC North Wiltshire, Bremhill View FC maintained their one-point advantage over Corsham Centre Youth thanks to a 2-0 triumph over Rowdy Cow Rowde, who they will face again on Thursday evening in what will be another possible banana skin to their title hopes.
10:11am Monday 20th April 2015
FC BUSCOTS may have suffered a 3-2 defeat against fellow Division One promotion hopefuls Melksham Cosmos but, needing just three points from their two remaining games they still hold the upper hand in their battle with Cosmos to finish as runners-up to Potterne CFC.
10:04am Monday 20th April 2015
WITH eight wins on the bounce Mike Rogers' AFC Melksham are undoubtedly the top flight's in-form team but unfortunately for Rogers' side their run of victories has come too late to make the serious S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District League Premier Division title contenders.
5:00pm Friday 17th April 2015
NEWLY-CROWNED WG Parr Trophy winners Bremhill View returned to league action on Thursday evening and made a welcome return to the top of the Division Two table.
4:57pm Friday 17th April 2015
MELKSHAM rivals FC Pig & Whistle and Miller Sports A locked horns with each other at Awdry Avenue and, like the first encounter that Miller won 2-0, it was Mike Stevens' side who took the points again thanks to a 4-1 triumph.
4:54pm Friday 17th April 2015
SIX straight victories for AFC Melksham had seen them move into second spot in the S.K. Fruits Ltd sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division standings so their meeting with leaders Prestige Bodyworks on Thursday evening had taken on a greater importance for Prestige’s title hopes.
10:13am Monday 13th April 2015
Calne-based Bremhill View are the latest club to add their name to the list of WG Parr Trophy winners.
10:05am Monday 13th April 2015
THE ONLY fixture Premier Division at the weekend saw AFC Melksham take on Somerford at their Christie Miller base and for Mike Rogers' hosts, they followed up their 2-0 win over the Castle last Thursday by moving into second place.
10:02am Monday 13th April 2015
NEEDING just a point from their final fixture of the season away at Miller Sports A to be crowned Division One champions, Potterne CFC took all three on offer as they clinched the title with a 3-0 win at the Beeches.
9:51am Monday 13th April 2015
CORSHAM Centre Youth are the new leaders of Division Two after they made the most of former table-toppers Bremhill View lack of a league fixture due to their WG Parr Trophy cup final appearance.
9:45am Monday 13th April 2015
WITH Grapes United already crowned Division Three champions, the race for the runners-up spot has come down to a two horse race between FC Bradford and Stonewood Sundays (BFC).
10:00am Friday 10th April 2015
ANY hopes White Horse B had of beating the drop from Division Two disappeared on Thursday evening after they were beaten 7-1 by an in-form Bath Road FC side whose win was their fourth on the spin and stretched their unbeaten run to 11 matches.
10:35pm Thursday 9th April 2015
DEVIZES-BASED FC Buscots look as if they are winning their battle with Melksham Cosmos to clinch the second promotion spot along with Potterne CFC, whose place in the top flight for next season was guaranteed at the weekend following their win over Trowbridge Town Supporters Club.
10:29pm Thursday 9th April 2015
SEAN Fordham again proved to be the star of the show for AFC Melksham as his double earned Mike Rogers' side a 2-0 victory over defending champions The Castle FC.
11:30am Monday 6th April 2015
WHITE Horse piled more misery on bedraggled Westbury Rangers, ensuring the destination of this year's local bragging rights following their comfortable 3-0 victory on Sunday.
11:19am Monday 6th April 2015
WITH POTTERNE CC guaranteed a top-flight place next term, the race is on between FC Buscots and Melksham Cosmos for the second automatic promotion spot.
11:12am Monday 6th April 2015
WITH the race to become Division Two champions likely to go to the final week of the season, current leaders Bremhill View and their only challenger for the title, Corsham Centre Youth, both picked up maximum points on Sunday.
10:13am Monday 30th March 2015
A WEEK after they saw their title hopes suffer a blow following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of defending Premier Division champions The Castle FC, current leaders Prestige Bodyworks locked horns with Tom Perkins' side for a second successive week.
9:57am Monday 30th March 2015
FIRST Division leaders Potterne CC FC scored two late goals as they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, coming from 2-1 down to claim a 3-2 victory over Talbot FC.
9:50am Monday 30th March 2015
WITH Division Two leaders Bremhill View unable to raise a team for the visit of Rowdy Cow Rowde, Corsham Centre Youth took full advantage of their chance to close the gap on the table-toppers, but they had to work hard for their 5-2 win away at White Horse (Sunday) B.
9:44am Monday 30th March 2015
WITH long-time leaders The Grapes United clinching the Third Division title after their thumping 10-0 win over FC Lacock, the race for the runners up spot is between Stonewood Sundays BFC and FC Bradford.
6:22pm Thursday 26th March 2015
THE brilliant run enjoyed by Clarrie Dunbar’s Ailsa Midwinter and Teresa King in the Over 60s Pairs at the national championships being staged in Nottingham this week is over.
1:30pm Monday 23rd March 2015
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes United are just one win away from being crowned this season's third division champions.
1:00pm Monday 23rd March 2015
THE Mallard ended a five-match losing streak in Division Two with a 2-1 triumph over a Miller Sports B side they would want to play every week as they won the reverse fixture earlier in the season 4-1.
12:30pm Monday 23rd March 2015
MILLER Sports A took the points in their away game against Christian Malford at Stanley Park with a 2-1 win, Ben Munns in the Malford goal having an outstanding game to keep his side in the hunt.
12:00pm Monday 23rd March 2015
IN WHAT manager Tom Perkins claims is S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division defending champions The Castle FC’s last season in the league, they may yet have a say who will be crowned this term's table toppers.
2:00pm Monday 16th March 2015
IT MAY not have been the fixture that caught the eye in Division Three but the match between mid-table sides Buttercross FC and Cannings Rangers was as exciting as the previous encounter between the teams that finished 3-2 in favour of the Butter boys.
1:30pm Monday 16th March 2015
WITH Division Two leaders Bremhill View and second placed Worton & Cheverell (Sunday) without a game, Corsham Centre Youth made the most of their opportunity to close the gap on the top two.
1:00pm Monday 16th March 2015
ALL three of the title chasing sides in Division One collected maximum points as they look to keep the pressure on each other as the season reaches its climax.
12:30pm Monday 16th March 2015
WITH their pitch at Meadow Lane unavailable Westbury Rangers travelled to Sands Lane, Rowde for their second meeting of the season with last term's S.K. Fruits Ltd sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division winners The Castle FC.
12:00pm Monday 16th March 2015
SECOND Division Bremhill View FC will take on near-neighbours Goatacre CC FC in the final of this season’s Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy after the Calne-based side sensationally dumped top flight Corsham CC Wildcats and trophy favourites out of the competition at the semi-final stage.
3:00pm Monday 9th March 2015
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes United FC are edging ever closer to being crowned third division champions in their very first season on the league.
2:30pm Monday 9th March 2015
BEN Redford, manager of Division Two pacesetters Bremhill View, was grateful to a number of his fringe players who stepped in at the last minute and helped his team avoid a potential banana skin at Oakhill FC, who gave the leaders a fright before losing an exciting game 4-2.
2:00pm Monday 9th March 2015
LOCAL rivals Melksham Cosmos and Sportzcoach Dragonz United had more than just bragging rights at stake when they met at Christie Miller.
1:30pm Monday 9th March 2015
THE only Premier Division fixture at the weekend saw White Horse A FC host old adversaries Somerford FC and, having beaten their guests 1-0 on the opening day of the campaign Clive Black’s side completed the double over the villagers.
CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE ERIC HUGHES MEMORIAL KNOCKOUT CUP: Vintage Centre overpower Melksham
1:00pm Monday 9th March 2015
PREMIER Division The Castle FC and Corsham Centre Youth, from Division Two, set up a rerun of last term's AM Print & Copy-sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Cup Final after seeing off the challenge from respective opponents Corsham CC Wildcats and AFC Melksham.
3:00pm Monday 2nd March 2015
FOLLOWING back-to-back defeats against Corsham Park Rangers which saw them lose their 100% home record, Westbury Conservative Club got back to winning ways.
2:30pm Monday 2nd March 2015
WITH their own pitch at the Beeches unplayable Miller Sports B moved their Division Two fixture to Box Recreation Ground, home of opponents of Bath Road FC and the venue where they had beaten their hosts 4-3 on the opening day of the season
2:00pm Monday 2nd March 2015
THE only Division One fixture that survived the elements at the weekend was the heavyweight clash at a bog like Christie Miller between leaders Potterne and second-placed Melksham Cosmos who knew that after last week's defeat at North Star it was a win or bust game for them as they chase down Craig Fisher’s side for top spot.
1:30pm Monday 2nd March 2015
DEFEDING S.K. Fruits Ltdsponsored Chippenham & District League Premier Division champions The Castle FC moved into third spot in the standings following their thumping 9-0 victory over Westbury Rangers who, had it not been for the withdrawal of both Bromham and North Star A from the top flight, would be favourites for relegation to division one.
1:00pm Monday 2nd March 2015
PREMIER Division Goatacre CC FC booked their place in the final of this seasons Ken Clark -sponsored WG Parr Trophy after they overcame a two-goal deficit to got the better of near-neighbours Talbot FC at a very wet Combe Lane.
9:30am Monday 23rd February 2015
IT WAS almost an unlucky 13th match of the season for Division Three leaders The Grapes United as they had to call on all their experience to overturn a 2-1 deficit at lowly Trowbridge Wanderers before turning things around to preserve their 100 per cent record thanks.