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After the storms last weekend, action returned to The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Trowbridge and District Football League this week with Marshfield claiming their top spot back in Division One, beating Semington Magpies 2 – 0.

In a match switched to play at Marshfield, Semington held the championship front runners to a goal-less first half until strikes after the break from Josh Madle and Paul Gittens secured the points for Marshfield.

A last-minute free kick from Wayne Wheeler grabbed a deserved point for Three Daggers and put a dent in Devizes Town Reserves title hopes in an entertaining 3 – 3 draw.

Matt Mead scored the other two goals for The Daggers which saw Devizes slip to second spot in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division One. Kian Fulford with two and Alex Surman were on the scoresheet for Devizes.

After losing last time out Heytesbury returned to winning ways and sit in third place in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division One with a convincing 5 – 0 win against Warminster Town Reserves.

Heytesbury got off to a flyer opening the scoring after 2 minutes when Myles Woodward was played in by Sam Roberts who crossed to Mike Payne who headed home from inside the 6-yard box.

On 7 minutes Heytesbury increased their lead when Mike Payne grabbed his second after another assist from Woodward.

Eight minutes into the second half Heytesbury were awarded a free kick on the half-way line, Bradley Edwards found Charlie Waylen who volleyed across the box for Craig Sheppard to finish from close range.

Heytesbury made it four 9 minutes later when a clever flick over a defender by Jake Wright found Corey Gardner in the box with just the keeper to beat, Gardner knocked the ball past the advancing keeper and tapped home.

Jake Wright scored the fifth with 20 minutes left converting a Craig Sheppard cross.

In form Calne Town Reserves won their third game in a row with an impressive 3 – 1 win against improving Melksham Town ‘A’.

All of Calne's goals were scored in the first half by Scott Kane, Brett Fairclough and Jack Coward to lift Calne Town Reserves to 6th place in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories Division One. Melksham replied after the break with a strike by Olly Clarke.


Calne Eagles put a dent in Staverton United’s promotion ambitions and gave the chasing pack some hope with an entertaining 3 – 2 win in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division Two.

Jack Boyd-Cox opened the scoring for The Eagles with Keiron Gleed scoring the other two. Kye Teague, with a brace was on the scoresheet for Staverton United who still sit in second place in the table.

Trowbridge Town Reserves picked up their fourth league win of the season with a 6 – 3 victory over Seend United.

Two goals each from Dexter Chipeni and Jamie Strevens with a goal each from Chris Strange and Matt Elliott see Trowbridge sit comfortably mid table in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories Division Two. Seend United replied with two goals from Josh Thornton and one from Almiron Alfredo Nicolas.


An extra time goal by Jon Woods fired Division Two leaders KEW PR FC into the semi-finals of The Knockout Cup – sponsored by Chantry Digital Ltd and end the hopes of Division One side Warminster United.

In a hard-fought Quarter final match in which the wind played a large part KEWS goals were scored by David Percival after 5 minutes and a Dean Ranger header four minutes later.

Josh Gardener and Chris Bridel were on the scoresheet for Warminster United to make the score 2 – 2 after 90 minutes. The scores remained level until the 101st minute when Woods stroked in the decisive winner at the back post to send KEW PR into the last four and keep their promotion and cup double hopes alive.

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