OLD Road booked their spot in semi-finals of the Westernsport Trophies-sponsored WG Parr Trophy in the Shoestring Chargrill-sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday League after matching their first-leg efforts against Steeple Ashton to win 3-2 – and 6-4 on aggregate.

Will Green’s side were boosted by the performance of Seamus Mooney, who scored all three of Road’s goals, while Ollie Nash netted both of the hosts’ efforts.

In the other quarter-final tie, Sutton Benger’s 3-0 victory away to London Road saw them complete a 6-0 aggregate rout.

Benger’s top goalscorer, Ethan Jones, broke the deadlock before Craig Askew and Josh Saville added to London Road’s misery.

Division Two

ONLY two fixtures across all three divisions survived the weekend’s poor weather.

It means most teams will have a three-week break to enjoy as the league takes a brief rest for Christmas.

Both fixtures that survived the weather were coincidently in Division Two.

Lavis saw their promotion hopes suffer a blow as they dropped two points in a 2-2 draw at home to a FC Trowbridge side that played the entire game with only 10 men.

Tom Wade and Bradley Edwards helped Lavis establish a 2-1 lead at half-time. But Trowbridge’s Alex Churchyard struck the equaliser to poach a point after George Ingram had netted in the first half.

Elsewhere, Chippenham Icons’ emphatic 8-0 victory over Wednesday Warriors means they will end the year in third place – level on points with Lavis but nine points short of leaders Royal Oak.

Joy Hylands and Matt White both struck braces for Icons, with goals from Ryan Nicholls, James Weston, Richard Hudson and a Jake Martin own goal making up the tally.

Wiltshire Sunday Cup

DEFENDING county cup holders Tidworth Town will have to wait another week before starting their trophy defence after their trip to Bremhill View was postponed for a second week.

Of the two cup matches that went ahead, Box Rovers defeated Misfits 9-0.

Ross Hall, Ed McCormack and Darrin Moss shared the first-half goals before Adam Taylor bagged himself a second-half hat-trick. Ashley Alchin, Mel King and a second for Moss made up the nine.

Bromham and PSV Swindon were able to play their delayed game at a wet New Road, and the former claimed a 7-2 success.

Bromham led at half-time thanks to Ed Summers’ strike, and the hosts found their scoring boots in the second half as Luke Child, Adam Richards, Charlie Street, Josh Gough and Caleb Englefield all netted.