News & Match Reports
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.
1:00pm Monday 7th September 2015
LOCAL rivals Bremhill View and North Star FC squared up at Beversbrook and it was Bremhill who took the bragging rights in Division One.
12:00pm Monday 7th September 2015
THE 50th anniversary year of the Shoestrings Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League got under way at the weekend and reigning Premier Division champions Corsham CC Wildcats had to battle for a 3-2 win at newly-promoted Potterne CFC.
12:00pm Friday 4th September 2015
THE 50th campaign of the Chippenham & District Sunday League gets underway this weekend with locally based Shoestrings Chargrill having signed a deal to sponsor the League for the next three seasons.
6:00am Thursday 25th June 2015
CALNE-BASED Bremhill View had an excellent season, winning both the Division Two title and the Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy.
6:00am Thursday 25th June 2015
FC NORTH Wiltshire’s Dan Deacon pipped a clutch of players to claim the highly-coveted Gazette & Herald-sponsored player of the season accolade.
1:30pm Thursday 25th June 2015
CLIVE Black, the go-to man at Westbury-based White Horse FC, became the latest recipient of the Gordon Blatchford award, which is presented annually by the league to an individual, or club who the league believe have gone that extra bit to give something back to grass roots football.
1:00pm Thursday 25th June 2015
DEVIZES-BASED whistler Neil Fautley picked up the top senior referee award for a fourth successive season to surpass the achievements of both Colin Ford (76-79) and Bob Pocock (03-05) who had won the award three years on the spin.
12:30pm Thursday 25th June 2015
SAM Parish, secretary of Premier Division Goatacre CC FC, was rewarded by the league for his efforts off the field by claiming the Secretary of the Year award.
12:00pm Thursday 25th June 2015
THE curtain finally came down on their 49th season of the S.K. Fruits-sponsored Chippenham & DIstrict Sunday Football League on Wednesday evening when they held their presentation night and annual meeting at the Gladstone Club.
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.