WITH the second round draw of the Wiltshire Sunday Cup bringing together 12 of the 16 remaining Chippenham Sunday League clubs the league were guaranteed at least six sides in the next round.

However, thanks to excellent results from both FC Lacock and White Horse, they will be represented by eight teams in the last 16 of the competition, which was won by the Dursley Arms last term.

Swindon League third division runaway leaders AFC Mannington arrived at FC Lacock having won all their previous nine outings this season so the hosts' 6-4 win will be seen as one of the results of the second round.

Winning 4-1 at half-time Lacock had to withstand a Mannington fightback but in the end a Josh Hard four-timer and singles from Jordan Miners and Zach Preston saw them take their place in the last 16.

White Horse overturned a 3-1 half-time deficit to take their tie with AFC Freshbrook to extra time and then penalties where a 4-3 shoot-out win saw them prevail.

Jamie Hancock with two, Sean O’Brien and Adam Potter were on target for White Horse in the 90 minutes.

A second from Taylor saw his team take a 5-4 lead in extra-time only for Freshbrook to level.

Successful penalties from Taylor, O’Brien, Nick Mead and Dave Jones took the White Horse men to the third round.

Third division Bromham edged a seven goal thriller at fellow Sunday league outfit Bath Road who, despite holding a 1-0 half-time lead suffered a 4-3 loss.

After Ryan Armstrong had put them in front, Simon Pitman netted to give Bath Road a 2-0 lead before Bromham staged their fightback.

Ryan Bole halved the deficit and then restored parity before completing his hat trick to put Bromham 3-2 up.

A second from Armstrong got Bath Road back on level terms prior to Harry Marsh scoring from the penalty spot to earn the villagers a place in the last 16.

An excellent first 45 minutes from the Pheasant at FC North Wiltshire was the catalyst to them earning a 3-1 win over their fellow Chippenham League opponents.

Luke Fisher opened the scoring for the Pheasant after a drilled cross from Mark Dolman.

Dolman turned provider again with an exquisite reverse through-ball which Fisher calmly slotted home for his second.

Dolman then completed his hat-trick of assists when he cut the ball back to Nick Manifold, who scuffed his shot home.

North Wiltshire pulled a goal back when Josh Duckett’s cross deflected off Rich Hudson to make it 3-1.

Top-flight sides Corsham CC Wildcats and FC Bradford served up a goal fest at the Southbank with the Wildcats eventually winning 8-7 after extra time.

In a game that ebbed and flowed the teams were locked together at 4-4 after 45 and then 5-5 at full time.

A Mark Maguire treble and doubles from Ashley Styles and Steve Bryant were not enough for Bradford and Darrin Moss bagged himself a six-timer for the Wildcats and with Lewis McCarron and Adam Mitchell also netting they earned the hosts their win.

A 6-4 victory for Forest AFC saw them dispatch fellow League side Kingfisher FC.

Early goals for Rob Brown and Brently Roberts put Forest 2-0 up, that was before Buttercross woke from their slumber to lead 4-2 at the break, Will Stone with two and a goal each for Josh Pullin and Josh Griffiths turning things around.

A brilliant individual goal from Roberts saw him lead the Forest fightback, his third of the morning, before Graham Griffiths fired home from 20 yards to regain the lead for Forest who sealed their win with a fourth of the game from Roberts.

A makeshift Faded side, who were missing eight players of their first choice line-up, suffered a 6-1 defeat at home to third division leaders Buttercross.

Adil Bakali scored a tidy side-footed finish after Naseem Abourachid disposed a defender and fed him a delightful ball.

Two penalty awards changed the game and Buttercross went on to secure a deserved victory with Kieran Tarrant netting twice and Sam Myles, Josh Legg, Callum Bell and Harry Myles sharing the others.

After receiving walkovers in their two previous Sunday Cup matches, Swindon League’s top dogs Greyhound got their cup campaign underway for real with an 8-1 at Cavalier, who opened the scoring through James Stobbart.

Box Rovers are the first side to book their place in the quarter-finals of this season’s AM Print & Copy sponsored Knockout Cup after they saw off the challenge of third division stablemates Warminster Wanderers.

A first-half goal from Adam Shipman earned Box a 1-0 win