COURTESY of a 4-1 victory over Three Daggers, it is Luxol St Andrews who top the Division One table on goal difference from Melksham Town A.

Tom Rooney’s goal after six minutes gave Luxol a half-time lead.

Nick Taylor put them 2-0 up before Wayne Wheeler pulled a goal back for Daggers.

Arron Cockerill and a second from Rooney made it 4-1 to Luxol, but their star man was keeper Lukasz Bareja who produced two stunning saves to keep out two goal-bound free kicks and keep his team on top.

After their sluggish start to the season where they failed to win any of their opening five matches, Dave Jenkins has seen his defending champions Melksham Town A put themselves in the hunt for back-to-back titles.

A 6-2 triumph at Hilperton United means that they have now won seven on the bounce to move into second spot.

Paul Gittens first-half double for Melksham sandwiched Ryan Underwood’s effort for Hilperton.

Gittens completed his hat-trick when he headed Melksham into a 3-1 lead.

Ryan Underwood bagged a second for the hosts before Melksham’s 17-year-old substitute Sam Tallis stole the show.

Tallis put the visitors 4-2 ahead and had a goal disallowed before setting up Cameron Thomas who wrapped up the points after Jack Morris had netted a 20-yard strike for the winners.

Stockton & Codford kept themselves in the title race with a 2-1 victory at Semington Magpies.

Brendan Hind’s 35th minute effort and a 44th-minute penalty which was converted by keeper Tom Lucas gave Stockton a 2-0 interval lead.

Ant Lamb gave Magpies hope when he scored from the penalty spot in the second period, but it was little more than a consolation as Stockton held on to take the three points.