WESTBURY United's hopes of a Wiltshire Premier Shield giant killing were cut down on Wednesday night as they were beaten 7-0 at home by Swindon Town in the quarter-finals.

A strong crowd was in attendance at Meadow Lane to see EFL side Swindon return to county competition for the first time in several seasons.

Town assistant manager Noel Hunt oversaw proceedings and named a strong side against Westbury, with the hosts' class always evident.

To be fair to United, it took a player registered at a Premier League club to break the deadlock as Town's on-loan Norwich City winger Diallang Jaiyesimi got the opening goal after 13 minutes.

Scott Twine was then on target and Adam May struck twice before half-time as the visitors took a four-goal lead into the interval.

Ralph Graham came off the bench at the break to continue the one-way traffic in the second half before Twine made it a brace of goals of his own and Harry Parsons wrapped up the magnificent seven.

Elsewhere, Bradford Town saw their quarter-final clash at home to Swindon Supermarine postponed because of fog, while Chippenham Town did make it through to the last four following a 1-0 win at Highworth Town.

Melksham had earlier been eliminated from the competition on Tuesday night following a 3-1 defeat away at Salisbury.