WARMINSTER Town crushed Wiltshire rivals Devizes Town 6-0 to move up to fifth in Western League Division One on Saturday.

Seeking to make amends for defeat at Welton Rovers, Warminster scored six goals through five different scorers as new goalkeeper, Tom Drewitt enjoyed an excellent debut.

The only goal of the first half came in the 42nd minute. A through ball to Jack Miluk on the edge of the penalty area allowed him to slot the ball into the left side of the goal.

From the whistle, the second-half saw Warminster pile on the pressure. Seth Wain scored the second in the 50th minute thanks to a long-range shot into the left corner.

George Butler made it three, eight minutes later, after Sisson looped the ball into the 18-yard box where Butler stretched to guide the ball home.

The Red & Blacks were now truly dominant, and the fourth goal came with Wain scoring his second in the 62nd minute.

A pass came from Churchyard into Wain’s feet on the right-hand edge of the area, and he made no mistake with the right-footed shot.

Centre-back Jordan De Silva was next to score, in the 71st minute. Up for a corner, De Silva got on the end of a Miluk lobbed pass before turning and driving past the Devizes ‘keeper.

The final goal came in the 83rd minute after Martin Johnson tapped in following a free-kick from out on the right wing.

Elsewhere, Calne Town also won 6-0 – beating Bristol Telephones on Tuesday night to remain third in the league.

Corsham Town came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with 10-man Wincanton Town.

Gary Higdon netted both goals for Kieran Baggs’ men.

Meanwhile, in the Premier Division, Westbury United reacted well to their FA Vase exit to Wells City.

After drawing 2-2 and then losing out 4-3 on penalties at the weekend, United beat Chipping Sodbury Town 2-1 away on Tuesday night.

All Western League fixtures and activity will be now be suspended until December 5 in line with the FA’s recent statement.