BOTH the Stiffs and South Newton & Wishford may be in the bottom region of Division Two but that didn’t stop them from serving up a goal-fest at St Mary’s.

Although the Stiffs chalked up a first point of the season, after the three they lost following the resignation of Warminster Town A from the league, they will be kicking themselves as the actually led four times in the game.

Steve Lewin’s opener for the Stiffs was cancelled out by Ryan Ogorman, Ogorman then scored his second of the afternoon for South Newton again bringing the scores level after Stan Keen had regained the lead for the Stiffs.

Tom Quading who had assisted the first two Stiff goals got on the score sheet himself to put the hosts 3-2 up.

Back came the visitors with Perry Conner levelling things a 3-3 before a second from Quadling gave Stiffs a 4-3 interval lead.

Although the goals dried up in the second half, Stiffs who should have been out of sight at the break, paid for missed chances as Marc Bowden bagged a fourth equalising goal for South Newton to earn them a share of the spoils.

Zeals took full advantage of the inactivity of leaders Holt.

A 7-0 victory at Greyhound saw Jason Carter’s side reclaim top spot in on goal difference from Dan Mercer’s side.

Barry Torrance, Dale Rowland and Claudio Lopes netted in the first half to give Zeals a comfortable lead.

Dale Rowland added a further two after the break to claim a hat-trick, Lopes added a second and Joao Rodriquez made up the seven.

Melksham Town B missed out a share of top spot after they were held to a surprise 1-1 draw at home to Trowbridge Wanderers Development. For the home team it was the fifth time this season they have seen a game end in stalemate.

With neither team unable to break the deadlock in the first half, Wanderers' 16-year-old Kye Teague scored his first-ever senior goal to give his team the lead which was cancelled out by Tom Thomson’s equaliser for Melksham.