WITH Westbury Conservative Club missing out on a fixture, Semington FC who are currently leading the way to finish as Division Three runners-up behind The Dursley Arms took full advantage of the situation they found themselves in.

A 5-1 win at Cavalier FC means that Nathan Keegan’s side are eight points clear of the Cons’ Club who have played three fewer games, but still have Semington and Dursley to play.

Adam Bewley may have given Cavalier the lead on 20 minutes, but they found themselves 2-1 down at the break as goals from Eddie Janion, who equalised on 30 minutes with a good finish into the bottom corner, and Danny Rimmer, who found the net after latching onto a Chris Dore through ball put the visitors in charge.

Matt Jenkins' delightful finish made it 3-1, Keegan’s knock down from a corner was turned in by Cameron Evans to give Semington their fourth and Matt Russell’s shinned effort from a yard out completed the scoring.

Warminster Wanderers signed off their first ever Chippenham League campaign with a 6-2 defeat away at White Horse B for whom the victory ended a run of five defeats.

Chris Storey’s penalty gave White Horse an early lead, but after that missed chances were to prove costly Jamie Howse, first got Wanderers back on level terms before his second of the game put them 2-1 in front.

A first ever goal for White Horse from Josh Belcher saw parity restored before half time.

The second half was a different affair, White Horse bossed the game and four unanswered goals gave them their win, a second from Storey, plus a goal each for Dan Cockerill, substitute Sean Obrien and James Ayton made up the half dozen.