All the latest from the Trowbridge and District Football League sponsored by Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories.

Division One

MARSHFIELD took full advantage of Devizes Reserves postponement and returned to the top of Division One by beating Melksham A 6-0.

Zac Sallows led the way with a hat-trick, one from the penalty spot.

A Tom Richards penalty and a goal each from Josh Madle and Joe Hylands made up the six that see Marshfield level on points with their rivals but with two games in hand.

Calne Reserves continued their brilliant run, making it six wins on the trot when they saw off Freshford United 4-1.

Harry Myles gave Calne the lead in the first half before Jamie Palour, assisted by Haydon Bailey levelled things for Freshford after the break.

Oscar Webb then restored the lead before two goals from Mark Dolman settled matters.

Division Two

KEW PR look firm favourites for Division Two with a 10-0 beating of nearest rivals Staverton United.

Four goals from Mark Robinson, two from Alfie Little, one each from Ryan Mortimer, Jon Woods, Aaron Messon and a thunderbolt from Mike Little confirmed KEW’s domination this season as their lead is now eight points with at least one game in hand.

Westbury United Reserves failed to take advantage of Staverton losing as they were beaten 2-1 by Dilton Marsh Wanderers in a hard-fought contest.

Debutant Dale Rowland couldn’t have wished for a better start, giving Wanderers the lead with his first touch before Ollie Dew equalised just before the break from the spot.

The game was heading for a draw until an acrobatic volley from Dominic Mortimer saw Wanderers enhance their own outside chance of promotion.

Calne Eagles sit comfortably sixth in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division Two, six points ahead of Trowbridge Town Reserves after beating them 4-1.

Goals from player manager Mickey Taraskevics, Ayden Knowler, Adam Moody and Charlie Bunworth saw the Eagles to victory. Fevgenji Podlesnijs was on the scoresheet for Trowbridge.

The Stiffs earned themselves a welcome fourth league win of the season when they beat Aces 2-0 with goals from Nathaniel Edwards and Steven Lewin which closed the gap in the league to Aces to just three points.

A&B Cup sponsored by AM Print & Copy

HEYTESBURY will meet Warminster United in the final after seeing off Three Daggers 4-1 in their semi-final.

They took the lead on 17 minutes when Myles Woodward sent a low cross into the six-yard box for Jake Wright to side-foot home.

On 38 minutes Joel Sisson headed on a Wayne Marchmont throw to find Wright who broke into the box to score his second when he beat the keeper with a curling shot inside the far post.

Three minutes into the second half Dan Dicks combined in midfield with Sam Roberts, whose cross was met by Jake Small to score his first Heytesbury goal with a powerful header into the top corner.

Charlie Waylen put the result beyond doubt in the 54th minute. Heytesbury were awarded a free kick 20-yards out and Waylen placed it around the wall to nestle into the bottom corner.

Daggers kept fighting to the end and were rewarded with a consolation two minutes before time when former Heytesbury player Ashley Kinkead struck.

Knockout Cup sponsored by Chantry Digital

HILPERTON United cruised into the semi-final by downing Semington Magpies 5-0.

Goals from Tom Blackman, Liam Milburn, Jake Samuel, James Clifford and Ryan Underwood saw Hilperton into the last four, where they will meet Calne Town Reserves in next week’s semi.