DEVIZES Town manager Darran Walters blamed a plethora of problems for his side’s awful run of form in Toolstation League Division One, capped off by a 3-1 home loss to Sherborne Town last Saturday, writes JONATHAN LEIGHFIELD.

Taoufik Ben-Salem and Ashley Clarke put the Zebras 2-0 up before Luke Enderby halved the deficit for Devizes.

While chasing the game late on, Devizes, who had Alistair Bradley sent off for two yellow cards, conceded once more as Scott Martin sealed the visitors’ win.

Walters felt the scoreline did not reflect how competitive his team were, but did admit that everything that could have gone wrong has gone wrong in recent weeks and months.

He said: “We’re struggling at the moment and there’s no hiding that fact. As a team, we’re struggling to score goals, we’re conceding too many, hence we’re in the position we are.

“Our discipline has been a problem too – we’re having players sent off, players getting injured and players losing interest and it’s a battle to get 11 players fit and available on the pitch each week. It will probably stay that way until the end of the season.

“We’re chopping and changing the team every week, especially the back four. Any team that is doing that is going to struggle.

“Chuck in the fact that both of our usual scorers haven’t scored in probably half a dozen games, and this is what you get in return.

“We’ve got a lot of problems that we can’t seem to rectify at the moment.”

Elsewhere, 10-man Warminster Town battled back from a goal down to see off high-flying Calne Town 3-1 at Weymouth Street.

Rory Worthington put Calne in front early on before Conner McKay headed home a rebound from a Martin Johnson free-kick.

Charlie Walton was sent off shortly after the break, but goals from George Butler and Jack Miluk secured the points for Andy Crabtree’s men.

Brett Cotterill scored a first-half goal to consign Chippenham Park to a 1-0 defeat away at Wincanton Town, while Corsham Town had a weekend off.