BRADFORD Town remain the only unbeaten side in the Toolstation League Premier Division after wrapping up a sixth victory of the season on Saturday.

Danny Greaves’ men stretched their run to 10 matches without defeat as they secured a 2-1 home success over Bridgwater Town at Trowbridge Road.

The hosts took the lead when Sam Jordan set up Rickie Scott for the opener before Ashton Shanley, making his first start for the club, teed up Jordan to head home the second.

Jack Taylor hit a late reply for the visitors, but fourth-placed Bradford saw the match out.

Melksham Town clinched their first Premier Division win since the end of August as they dismissed Hengrove Athletic at Oakfields.

Gary Higdon put the home side in front on the half hour before Ben Thomson wrapped it up in the second half.

In the big clash in the First Division, Westbury United opened up a five-point lead at the top of the table as they defeated nearest rivals Bristol Telephones 2-1 at Meadow Lane.

Westbury fell behind but Dan Kovacs netted for the home side in first-half injury time and Ricky Hulbert did likewise just after the hour mark to ensure the three points for the leaders.

Devizes Town hit four for the second successive league match as they won 4-2 at Chard Town, courtesy of Tom Salter’s hat-trick and an own goal.

Jamie Norman scored twice and Charlie Norman the other as Chippenham Park came from behind to beat Bishop Sutton 3-1 away from home.

Corsham Town are now unbeaten in five matches after goals from Ben Wickens and Josh Bright handed them the points against Almondsbury at the Southbank, but Calne Town were beaten 3-0 at Welton Rovers and Warminster Town went down 3-1 at Oldland Abbotonians.

In the Hellenic League, Royal Wootton Bassett’s improvement continued as they made it seven wins in succession in all competitions with a 3-1 Premier Division success at home to Burnham.

Sam Collier opened the scoring on six minutes but Rich Hunter’s men were pegged back before the interval as Barry Dunbar levelled.

Steve Yeardley restored the advantage shortly after the break and Sam Packer added a third after the hour mark.

Pewsey Vale returned to action with a 1-1 home draw against Clanfield, who Jack Kennedy volleyed into the lead in the first half.

Vale responded after the break, skipper Liam Edmondson powering home the equaliser with a head in the 88th minute.