BRADFORD Town returned to winning ways following their first Toolstation League Premier Division defeat of the season last weekend as they downed Hengrove Athletic 2-1 on Saturday.

Danny Greaves' side, felled 2-0 at leaders Street seven days earlier, claimed their ninth win in 14 league matches as Alex Monks' penalty and Sam Jordan's finish earned them the points, despite Ben Crewe's reply for the home side.

Bradford are level on points with west Wiltshire neighbours Melksham Town, who were also winners on Saturday, Ryan Bole's trike shortly after the hour mark securing a 1-0 win over Clevedon Town.

In the First Division, Calne Town sprang a major surprise by becoming only the second side this season to defeat league leaders Westbury United.

Westbury had Josh Ferguson sent off in the second half and Stuart Windsor's strike decided the contest in the Lilywhites' favour.

Corsham Town claimed their first win in three matches as they won 2-1 at Bishop Sutton.

Ben Wickens and Billy Cookson scored for Jamie Harrison's side, who are now 13th in the table.

Ryan Tyrell and Ben Pring scored for Chippenham Park as they were downed 4-2 at home by Sherborne Town, the same score by which Warminster Town lost to Ashton & Backwell United, Jake Herd and Eben Mortimer-Taylor on target for the Red and Blacks.

Goals from Jake Roberts and Jake Waters earned Devizes Town a home point from their 2-2 draw with Roman Glass St George, but Malmesbury Victoria lost 2-0 at Welton Rovers.

In the Hellenic League, Royal Wootton Bassett Town claimed three Premier Division points, Sam Collier's 88th-minute strike ensuring a 2-1 win over Longlevens, who had levelled through Shaun O'Connor five minutes previously following Mason Thompson's ninth-minute opener.

Pewsey Vale came from behind to win 2-1 at Clanfield 85 in Division One West.

Conor Tinsley put Clanfield in control with the opener on 25 minutes but the game turned in Vale's favour once the home side's Callum Davies had been sent off and they came back to win with an own goal and a strike on the hour from Liam Edmunson.