PHIL Hampson was both hero and villain for Three Daggers as they denied Stockton & Codford a share of top spot in the Division One table with a 2-0 win.

Hampson scored in each half to complete the win, but he was also sent off in a game that also saw Stockton’s Brendan Hind miss a penalty.

Melksham Town A still have a good chance of claiming back-to-back titles and overcame a potential banana skin when they beat a gutsy Calne Eagles 3-1 side at the weekend.

Luke Turvey (Melksham) and Will Gale (Calne) were on target in the first half before Jack Woolsgroove’s sublime 25-yard strike saw Melksham take a 2-1 lead and a fantastic half-volley from Turvey sealed a 3-1 win.

Hilperton United came out on top in a 10-goal thriller at home to Westbury United Development, who trailed 4-3 at the break before suffering a 7-3 defeat.

Chris Foley and Steve Ball gave Hilperton a 2-0 advantage, Chris Steeple got Westbury back in the contest only for Graham Griffiths to regain the hosts their two-goal cushion.

Marc Lanfear’s brace got Westbury back on level terms before Alfie Francis fire Hilperton into a half-time lead.

A second from Steve Ball made it 5-4 before Ryan Underwood wrapped up victory for Hilperton with a double.

Semington Magpies fell behind away to Trowbridge Town Reserves but the villagers hit back to claim a thumping 9-1 success against a deplted Town side.

Ashley Poms netted an excellent opener for the Bees which was cancelled out by Bobby Mitchell’s 20-yard drive.

Kelvin Lockwood gave Magpies a 2-1 interval lead, before the floodgates opened in the second half with the home team down to 10 men.

Rich Allum headed home a third for Magpies before he made it 4-1.

Ant Lamb added number five, Ben Jenkins found the top corner for 6-1 and two more goals from Lamb completed his hat-trick before Jake Abbott finished off.


HOLT tightened their grip on the Division Two top spot thanks to a 2-1 victory over a battling Heytesbury side.

Heytesbury led on seven minutes when Dan Dicks headed home before Mark Maguire headed home a Mercer free kick to bring the equaliser in the 30th minute.

Holt’s winner came on 80 minutes, and once again it was Maguire who grabbed the all-important goal, which came when he tucked away a penalty.

Greyhound, who picked up their first win in 11 outings when they beat the Stiffs 4-0 last weekend, were unable to chalk up back-to-back wins when they hosted Aces FC at Clarendon Academy as the visitors came from 2-1 down to claim a 4-2 success.

Joe Garraway’s opener for Aces was cancelled out by Adam Welch who then added a second to give Greyhound the lead.

Vijay Manro restored parity for Aces prior to half-time and then added struck twice more to claim a hat-trick. Ryan Stevens in the hosts' goal kept the score at 4-2 when he brilliantly saved a late Aces penalty.

A 9-0 victory for Melksham Town B at home to The Stiffs keeps them in second place.

Melksham put their guests to the sword in the first half, Ben Macey and Ben Winn scoring two each, with Gage Jones and Nick Ridout netting to put the 6-0 ahead.

After the break things were a little better for the visitors as Rich Wyatt found the net before Ridout bagged another two which saw him claim a hat trick.

Zeals, who suffered a surprise loss to Trowbridge Wanderers Development last weekend, got themselves back in the promotion rance with a harder than expected 2-1 victory over South Newton & Wishford.

Following a goalless first half, Arran Carter and Adam Cudlip won it for Zeals, with Pete Ashcroft scoring for South Newton.