READ the latest round up from this weekend's Trowbridge Football League action below.


An extremely confident Calne Town Reserve side continued their perfect start to the season with an excellent 3 – 0 victory from their visit to Hilperton United in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division One. Jamie Crump opened the scoring for the early pacesetters with second half strikes from Oscar Webster and Mark Dolman completing the scoring.

KEW PR FC made it two wins from two in their first season in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division One with an impressive 2 – 1 win from their visit to title hopefuls Three Daggers. A highly charged match remained goal-less in the first half then just after the break Kalum Townsend squeezed a shot in at the near post to edge KEW PR into the lead. Three Daggers responded with Mark Young grabbing an equaliser. Three Daggers then set about looking for a winner putting an incredibly determined KEW defence to a severe test until in injury time the ball fell to the evergreen Mike Little on the halfway line. Little nutmegged one defender, breezed past another then chipped the keeper from 30 yards to grab the winner for KEW PR.

Melksham Town ‘A’ made it two wins out of two with a 4 – 1 away win at Warminster United. Ashley Caws was on the score sheet for Warminster United with a great individual strike finishing from a tight angle. Jack Woolsgrove scored Melksham ‘A’ s first to level the scores at the break before further efforts from Jordan Croad, Keiron Pearce and Joe Lamb saw off the Warminster challenge.

Freshford United look like they have found some form with a 5 – 1 win over Warminster Town Reserves to grab their first victory this season in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division One. Warminster Town Reserves opened the scoring through Shaun Tarr before Freshford responded through Tom Wade with a Joe Newman assisted effort. Gus Wright then starred for the rest of the first period claiming assists for two goals from Hayden Atkins and one from Joe Newman to give Freshford a 4 – 1 lead at the interval. Wright then topped off a great performance with Freshford’s fifth after the break.

Semington Magpies and Marshfield met at Little Marsh with both teams looking for their first points of the season and it was Marshfield who came away the happier with a 3 – 0 win. Marshfield got off to perfect start with Ewan Anderson taking advantage of a mix up in the Magpies defence to open the scoring with a tap in. Marshfield took full advantage of a slow Semington start adding two more in the next ten minutes thanks to efforts from Rory Davis and Ben Gardner. In the second period Semington started to play some excellent passing football moving the ball around well and finding themselves in good positions but were met with a well organised and resolute Marshfield defence who were determined to hold on for their first win this season.


Westbury United Reserves are the early leaders in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatives Division Two and they stamped their authority over fellow promotion challengers Dilton Marsh Wanderers with a 4 – 0 win. Two strikes from Chris Steele and one each from Tyler Gane and Cam Dawes inflicted a first defeat of the season for Dilton Marsh.

Staverton United hosted fellow title and promotion rivals Calne Eagles and came away with a 1 – 0 victory in an entertaining game. Kyle Palmer gave the advantage to Staverton with the only goal of the game.

After last week’s excellent victory, The Stiffs came from behind to grab a last-minute equaliser from Nick Rose to hold Bromham to a 2 – 2 draw in an excellent game at St. Marys in The Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories sponsored Division Two. Will Smith opened the scoring for Bromham with a 25-yard screamer that beat the keeper for power before Caleb Englefield added the second with a remarkable strike from a free kick on the halfway line. The Stiffs responded through Tom Wilkes before Rose’s last-minute leveller.

Aces FC and Seend united both grabbed a share of the points with an entertaining 2 – 2 draw. Nick Baldwin and George Alexe were on the scoresheet for Aces with an own goal and Harry Waylen replying for Seend.

Trowbridge Town Reserves picked up their first points of the season with a hard fought 0 – 0 draw from their visit to Potterne.

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