FC LACOCK are the new leaders of the Shoestrings-chargrill sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division following their 5-2 victory over Bath Road.

Lacock made the most of their home advantage as they raced into a 3-1 half-time lead to effectively kill of the challenge of their guests.

Josh Bright netted a couple while there was a goal each for Dan King, Mark Dolman and Aaron Masson. Ben Leslie and Nick Mills replied for Bath Road.

A 2-1 victory for Bromham, at home to Westbury Rangers, saw them complete a league double over their rivals before they meet again next weekend in the Knockout Cup.

Adam Richards put Bromham ahead in the 15th minute, with Cory Gardner scoring from the penalty spot a quarter-of-an-hour later to restore parity.

Jamie Hall struck what proved to the winner for Bromham before they had Davin Selkridge-Carty sent off with 10 minutes left, leaving the villagers to hold on for their third win of the season.

Faded renewed acquaintances with Box Rovers for the first time since their 2016-17 promotion-winning season, and once again it was Box who took the spoils courtesy of a 2-0 success.

Faded matched their guests in a very even first half but trailed to a Mel King goal.

After the break, a Zac Hillier effort secured the points for Box.

Division One

THE only fixture in Division One to beat the rain saw New Inn Wacker end North Star Club’s revival.

A 4-0 loss to their Melksham-based rivals saw the Star lose for the first time in five outings.

After a goalless first half, goals from Sean Horobin (penalty), Steve Badger, Luke Whittard and Harry Bernnand won it for New Inn.

Division Two

ROYAL Oak moved to the top of Division Two thanks to a 6-1 triumph away at Steeple Ashton – consequently maintaining their 100 per cent start to the season.

Goals from Rob Mitchell, Richard Tandy and Cameron Lee gave them a 3-0 interval lead.

After the break, both Tandy and Lee struck again to double their tally for the day.

Sam Hall completed the scoring for the Oakmen, and Nathaniel Edwards replied for Ashton.

After picking up a morale booting victory in the Sunday Cup last weekend, Chippenham based Misfits crashed back down to earth with a bang after they were beaten 17-0 away at promotion hopefuls Lavis FC, who ended their own recent dip in form.

Reuben Spong scored five of the goals, Jamie Hancock netted four while Mark Reynolds and Zack Manna scored two each.

Jack Booth, Cameron Henley, Darren Jones and an own goal made up the 17.

WG Parr Trophy

SUTTON Benger left it late before claiming a 2-1 win over Division One stablemates Foresters Arms in the Westernsport sponsored WG Parr Trophy.

Benger were punished in the very first minute by a Foresters team who flew out the blocks and led through a Stuart Barber effort.

Benger then got themselves back in the contest and thought they had equalised directly from a corner, but the ball was adjudged not to have crossed the line.

Despite numerous chances, it looked like Benger were going to draw a blank, however, with minutes remaining, a deep free-kick caused bedlam in the Foresters box and Marcus Frost turned the ball home to square thing up.

With extra time looming, Benger were awarded a penalty after a shove on Matt Bartlett, and despite goalkeeper Dave Butler saving Ethan Jones' penalty, Matt Carter smashed home to earn Benger victory.

The all-second-division cup affair between Wednesday Warriors and London Road Inn went the way of the latter who, after drawing a blank in the first half, turned on the style to run out 6-0 victors.

Cosmin Soreanu bagged himself a hat-trick, Patch Whitlock added a brace and a Mark Smollens effort completed the half-dozen.