BRADFORD on Avon shrugged off the celebrations surrounding the official opening of Melksham's Oakfields home as a 45-20 triumph handed the visitors a fourth successive Dorset & Wilts One North win of the campaign.

The official opening ceremony was performed by former Bath, England and British Lions hooker Lee Mears but on the pitch, Bradford seized the lead when Dan Bright crossed the line and Josh Felix converted.

After Luke Cador had narrowly failed to score a try for Melksham, two Callum Hearn penalties got them back into it as the visitors got on the wrong side of the referee.

However, Bradford reasserted their authority as wing Murray Dewar went the length of the field and Felix also touched down before adding the conversion, one of five he kicked in total.

Melksham remained in touch as Cador intercepted and touched down, Hurn booting the extras.

But Bradford stepped up a gear after the break as Dewar crossed for his second try in the corner before Alex Baker's two snipes earned him scores and Felix added another.

Warminster also boast four wins from four matches after the hammered Royal Wootton Bassett 2nd 62-22 at Folly Lane.

The home side two tries to the good inside 20 minutes as Ross Williams touched down on both occasions, Rupeni Rokoduguni landing the conversion for the second.

Before half-time Laisiasa Vinakadina and Tom Evans had also scored tries, Rokoduguni adding a further conversion.

After the interval Sikeli Rokovunicagi and Williams again touched down, Jason Sprangle adding the extras on both occasions, as he did when Rokoduguni went over.

Evans and Williams were on the scoresheet once more, Sprangle converting once before Evans added his third of the game.