WROUGHTON maintained their lead at the top of the Wiltshire League Premier Division table with a dominant 7-0 success at Pewsey Vale Development at the weekend.

Early goals from Jamie McLaughlin and Aaron Maximen set Wroughton on their way before Jordan Lea added a third and Tom Dingle made it 4-0.

The leaders continued to press forward and Riegan Cook’s brace and a penalty from Liam Griffin completed the rout.

Reigning league champions Kintbury Rangers are now Wroughton’s nearest challengers following a 5-1 thrashing of visitors Purton.

Goals from Shaun Thorp and Harry Way put Kintbury in control at the break, but Purton soon pulled one back through Will Backhouse.

Kintbury were not to be denied, though, and further goals from George Smith, Fabio Pinto and Thorp saw them stay three points behind Wroughton with two games in hand.

Shrewton United dropped to third in the table following a 2-2 draw at Corsham Town Reserves.

Corsham led twice through Liam Ralph and Adam Mitchell, only to be pegged back each time by Tyren Harrington and Zak McNally.

Christopher Deane’s brace saw Marlborough Town climb out of the bottom four in the table after a 2-0 victory at Westbury United Reserves.

Ludgershall Sports also put more distance between themselves and those sides struggling towards the bottom after a 3-1 win at home to Football ID.

David Cotter struck twice and Harrison Hale got one for Sports, with Kyle Pogue-Elms grabbing the consolation for Football ID.

Tom McCulloch scored a late winner as Cricklade Town claimed a narrow 3-2 victory over Melksham Town Reserves.

Ryan Lovitt opened the scoring for Cricklade before Chris Gallavin added a second. Melksham fought back to make it 2-2 through Jamal Chevolleau and Ethan Cox, only for McCulloch to have the final say.

Finally, Trowbridge Town roared to a dominant 5-1 success away at Devizes Town Reserves.

Joshua Hard led the Trowbridge charge with a brace, Alex Pippard and Jordan Gullis got one each and their lot was completed by an own goal. Ben Perrett was Devizes’ scorer.