AN 11-4 SUCCESS for Warminster Wanderers at home to White Hart leaves them as favourites to finish top of the Subsidiary Cup Pool B Group One table.

Jordan Pinder and Ollie Nash both scored hat-tricks, Alex Bates netted once, but it was Jamie Howse stole the show with a quartet of second-half goals.

Sam Jones, Darren Amador, Matt Smart and Jon Moss replied for Hart.

North Star Club made the short trip to Goatacre for their Group One encounter with The Mallard who they beat 11-3.

Kieron Gleed helped himself to a four-timer, Billy Gleed bagging a hat-trick.

Jake Gleed, Jake Mozen, Aaron Gardiner and Mike McKeller shared the others while Brett Fairclough scored all three for the Mallard.

Bromham got their Subsidiary Cup campaign underway with a 4-1 victory at home to Forest AFC.

Charles Street’s double and singles from Ryan Bole and Dan Mercer took the villagers top of Group Two. Brentley Roberts was on target for Forest.

Faded FC could only field 10 players for their game with Calne United and were on the wrong end of a 5-4 scoreline.

Two goals from Matt Fenn, plus strikes by George Dolman and Alex Ambrus gave Calne a 4-0 lead before Billal Karmouni's hat-trick pulled it back to 4-3.

Fenn completed his hat-trick to wrap up the win despite a fourth from Karmouni.

Both Group Three matches ended in stalemate, with Buttercross top of the pile thanks to their 3-3 draw with local rivals Kingfisher FC.

Own goals from Kingfisher keeper Darren Coulson and Jason Forde plus Kieran Tarrant's strike put Buttercross in control but the Fishermen hit back with goals from Josh Griffiths, Luke Carr and Kieran Blake. Foresters Arms took a two-goal lead against Old Road, Sean Horobin and Will Thomson on target, but Matt Poole scored twice to restore parity.

Goals from in the final two minutes from James Weymouth and Gary Clarke earned third division Sporting Box a 2-0 victory at FC Libby to top Group Four Pool B.

Division One Westbury Cons are the early leaders of Group Six, after their Pool A clash with Bath Road in a 4-1success, Mark Allard, Simon Kent and Steve Ball's double doing the damage. Tom Stratton replied.

FC North Wiltshire top Group Seven of Pool A following their 5-1 victory at FC Bradford.

Ashley Fletcher and Liam Ralph both scored twice and Josh Duckett the other as Lewis Stevens responded.