CORSHAM Town scooped their sixth win of the Toolstation League First Division campaign after beating bottom-of-the-league Portishead Town.

Robbie Tripp put the visitors ahead with his first goal of the season when he nodded in Billy Cookson’s flick on.

After the hosts drew level, Ben Wickens signed off a superb team move in the 64th minute to win the game 2-1.

While boss Jamie Harrison was happy with the result, he is under no illusions that his side are more than capable of playing better.

“It was quite a surprising win, Portishead were decent and they’re probably one of the better teams we have played this year,” he said. “Their league position looks false to what we played against, I don’t know if that is because we were having an off day.

“They caused us a lot of problems and we were lucky really to get the win. It is just a little bit bizarre we don’t win the ones we deserve, and win the ones we don’t deserve.”

This weekend Harrison will bid to make it seven wins for the season with a tough fixture with high-flying Roman St Glass, who could be top of the league by the time they visit Southbank due to midweek action.

“We move on to our next game and hopefully we can put in a performance,” he added.

“They have put a good run together and we lost to them 3-1 at their place earlier in the season.”

Warminster Town had a weekend to forget as they were thumped 7-2 Keynsham Town who now top the table.

Keynsham took a 2-0 lead into the second half, but piled in five goals to Warminster’s two to cement the victory. Matt Dyer and Henry McFerron registered for the visitors.

At the top of the table, Westbury United lost their place at the summit after they were beaten 2-0 by the visiting Cheddar.

After a goalless first half, the hosts fell behind when Callum Ham and his teammates proved to be the perfect combination for Cheddar, as he put the away side in front. Later, Ham doubled up as his long-distance volley found the back of the net to seal the win.