DIVISION One leaders Hilperton United reached the semi-finals of the Chantry Digital Ltd-sponsored Knockout Cup in the Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories Trowbridge & District League after a 1-0 win over Trowbridge Town Reserves.

Graham Griffiths' goal was enough to see them progress into the last four.

Marshfield had a much easier passage after a 6-0 defeat of Spencers.

Alex Fryer's brace and efforts by Dan Campbell, Joe Hylands, Tom Richards and Ben Gardner sealed the win.

Alphie Little's four-goal haul inspired Freshford United to a 8-2 victory at Warminster Town Reserves.

Little's father, Mike, was also on target for Freshford, as were Mark Reynolds, Adam Sheppard and Waleed Bakali. Warminster replied through Jake Small and a Corey Gardner penalty.


HEYTESBURY were denied top spot after a 3-1 defeat at home to Semington Magpies.

Craig Sheppard fired Heytesbury in front at the break, but Semington turned the game around in the second half and goals from Ben Jenkins, Marc Scammell and Ollie Winchcombe completed the comeback.

A superb second-half fightback from Holt kept them in the title hunt after a 5-2 win over Melksham Town A.

Losing 2-0 at half-time to efforts from Melksham's Jordan Evans and Dan Walker, Otis Young led the Holt rally with a hat-trick, while Josh Maguire and Bradley King-Taylor grabbed one each.

Three Daggers ran out emphatic 9-1 winners over struggling Calne Eagles, with Phil Hampson getting four goals.

Mark Young also netted a double, with Mark Bailey, Wayne Wheeler and Jake Packer on target too as Callum Brench replied for Calne.


CALNE Town Reserves lead the way following an 8-0 win away at Greyhound.

Ben Trafford led the way with a hat-trick, Neurin Jones bagged a brace and one each from Alfonso Ferreira, Declan McStravick and John Jones sealed the win.

Westbury United Development ended Warminster United's 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win.

Harrison Trevor and Tyler Gane scored for Westbury, with Tom Martin getting the Warminster goal.

Aces remain third in the table just two points off the pace after being made to fight for their 2-1 win over the Stiffs.

Goals from David Morris and Jake Paxton secured the points for Aces, with Christopher Giles answering for Stiffs.

In-form Zeals won for the third week in a row when they thrashed bottom side Trowbridge Wanderers Development 8-0.

A hat-trick from Matty Carter and one each from Ben Rogerson, Dan Wright, Aaron Carter, Bradley Carter and Conner Standfield ensured Zeals continued their fine run.