HEYTESBURY remain top of the Division One table in the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League, although their title ambitions were dented by a 6-0 defeat at the hands of reigning champions Freshford United.

Already 2-0 down, Heytesburys chances were not helped by losing their goalkeeper to injury at half-time and the champions pulled further clear in the second half.

Goals from Alfred Little, Kubi de Vanney, Edward Katumba, Nick Ross, Waleed Bakali and an own goal gave Freshford a well-deserved victory.

Hilperton United have moved up to second place, taking advantage of Melksham Town A's fixtureless weekend, although they had to work hard to gain a 4-3 win over a determined Warminster Town Reserves side.

Holt may well still have a say in where the title goes this season as they sit fourth with games in hand over the teams above them after a 4-2 win away at Trowbridge Town Reserves.

A double from Otis Young and one apiece from Fin Young and Will Bayley ensured Holt stayed in the title hunt. Kieran Green and Ben Ryder replied for Trowbridge.

A hat-trick from Jake Abbott helped Semington Magpies to a 7-0 win over Calne Eagles.

Further strikes from Richy Allum, Marc Scammell, Kyle Morgan-Hemmens and Ben Jenkins completed the scoring.


WESTBURY United Development continue to set the pace at the top of the table following a 3-0 win away at bottom side Spencers FC.

Goals from Harrison Trevor, Ollie Dew and Joe Morse secured the points.

Aces remain second, but were made to fight for all three points against Trowbridge Wanderers Development in a 3-2 win.

Goals from Nick Baldwin, Keegan Smart and David Morris earned Aces their victory as Michael Johnson and Kevin Deadman got on the scoresheet for Wanderers.

Marshfield sit third with games in hand on the teams above them and look to have a strong chance of promotion this season after an emphatic 7-0 thumping of Greyhound in their latest contest.

Two strikes each from Ben Gardner and Jeremy Bond and one each from Toby Clarke, Tom Richards and Callum Duckett kept Marshfield's promotion challenge alive.

Calne Town Reserves collected all three points on their trip to The Stiffs after a 5-0 win.

Two goals from Brett Fairclough and one each from Marcus Lovesey, Ben Trafford and Oscar Webster kept Calne in fourth place.


TROWBRIDGE & District sides Warminster United and Three Daggers both bowed out of the Wiltshire Junior Cup this weekend.

Warminster suffered a close-fought 4-2 defeat away at Alderbury, and Daggers narrowly lost 3-2 against Blunsdon.