Chippenham League OLD
News & Match Reports
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.
1:02pm Monday 24th April 2017
PHEASANT FC went into their game with local rivals Sutton Benger in the knowledge that a win would have seen them crowned Division One champions.
12:58pm Monday 24th April 2017
PREMIER Division leaders Bremhill View and first division FC Bradford will compete for this season’s Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup, after seeing off the challenge of respective opponents Corsham Youth and Oakhill.
12:20pm Monday 24th April 2017
AFTER suffering a dent in the title hopes in midweek when they were beaten 3-1 by Rowdy Cow Rowde, Corsham CC Wildcats got their title hopes back on track with an 8-3 victory at White Horse A.
2:19pm Monday 17th April 2017
THE match of the day in the Shoestrings chargrill-sponsored Chippenham Sunday League Premier Division was at Biddestone Sports Ground, where fourth placed Corsham CC Wildcats were held to a 1-1 draw by guests Somerford, who owed their point to the heroics of keeper Chris Cox.
9:31pm Thursday 13th April 2017
FRESH from their stunning Wiltshire Sunday Cup final success over AFC Gas at the weekend, The Dursley Arms went some way to executing the second part of a possible treble on Thursday evening when a 1-0 success at home to Semington FC saw them open up a nine-point gap on FC St George, who mathematically are the only team who can catch Joe Kirkpatrick's champions-elect.
2:30pm Monday 10th April 2017
FOR the first time since Biddestone Social lifted the Wiltshire Sunday Cup back in 2013, the Chippenham & District Sunday League had a representative in the final in the guise of The Dursley Arms.
5:08pm Monday 10th April 2017
A CONTROVERSIAL 3-2 victory for Pheasant FC at FC Lacock saw them replace The Grapes United at the top of Division One.
2:30pm Monday 10th April 2017
WITH Premier Division leaders Bremhill View in Subsidiary Cup action, Corsham CC Wildcats maintained their chances of catching Ben Redford’s table toppers thanks to a 13-2 success over a nine-man White Horse A.
2:00pm Monday 10th April 2017
THINGS went to plan for Premier Division leaders Bremhill View who, thanks to a 5-0 victory at third division top dogs Faded FC, booked their place in the semi-finals of Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup by finishing top of Group A.
1:30pm Monday 10th April 2017
A YEAR after they suffered a 2-0 defeat to Rowdy Cow Rowde in the final of the Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy, Trevor Rawlings took his Somerford side back to Corsham Town’s Southbank ground.
9:00pm Thursday 6th April 2017
CHIPPENHAM'S Pheasant FC closed the gap on Division One leaders The Grapes Unit to just two points after their 2-0 victory at Calne BFC.
3:00pm Monday 3rd April 2017
FADED FC and Box Rovers kept the pressure on each other at the top of Division Three as victories over respective opponents North Star Club and White Horse B means that both of the championship hopefuls are locked together at the top of the table.
2:00pm Monday 3rd April 2017
A SECOND-HALF hat-trick for Richard Tandy helped FC North Wiltshire to a 7-2 victoryat Westbury Conservative Club in one of only two Division Two fixtures at the weekend.
1:30pm Monday 3rd April 2017
DIVISION One leaders The Grapes United returned to winning ways after their defeat to Pheasant last weekend.
1:00pm Monday 3rd April 2017
MELKSHAM Town (Sunday) and Somerford locked horns at Christie Miller in what was a must-win game for both teams in their quest to become Premier Division champions.
12:30pm Monday 3rd April 2017
FOR A second successive weekend Semington FC have hit five unanswered goals in a Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup Group B match.
8:59am Wednesday 29th March 2017
SOMERFORD closed the gap on the Premier Division leaders with a 7-2 victory over Bath Road last night.
3:00pm Monday 27th March 2017
TEN-MAN FC St George defeated Cavalier FC 7-2 in the only Division Two fixture of the weekend.
2:30pm Monday 27th March 2017
MELKSHAM-BASED The Grapes United remain top of the Division One table, however their 4-1 defeat at the hands of title-chasing rivals Pheasant FC has left the door ajar for Del Llewellyn’s side to deny them a hat-trick of top place finishes since they joined the league in 2014.
2:00pm Monday 27th March 2017
BOTH Melksham Town (Sunday) and Somerford kept the pressure on Bremhill View at the top of the Premier Division after victories over respective opponents Rowdy Cow Rowde and White Horse (Sunday) A.
1:30pm Monday 27th March 2017
A 6-2 VICTORY for FC Bradford at Old Road FC means that Wayne Duggan’s side are in pole positon to finish as Group D winners of the Gooding Accounts-sponsored Subsidiary Cup and look all set to book a semi-final spot in the competition.
1:00pm Monday 27th March 2017
CORSHAM CC Wildcats remain on course to defend the AM Print & Copy-sponsored Knockout Cup after a 4-1 victory saw them see off the challenge of near-neighbours Box Rovers at Vallens Terrace.
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.