SENIOR FOOTBALL: Five-goal Old Town secure top spot
6:00am Tuesday 12th March 2013 in Latest News
OLD Town wrapped up the Swindon & District League Division One title with a 5-1 demolition of Bassett Bulldogs.
Chris Woods put Old Town in front before James Relen doubled the advantage.
Mark Lazenby pulled Bassett back into it after the break, only for Relen to direct home his second.
Efforts from Steve Nesbitt and Samuel Crawford put Old Town out of sight, meaning they secured the league title with an unblemished record.
Ramsbury shared a 1-1 draw with Ferndale, with Ramsbury’s goal coming from Jeremy Martin who netted a superb free kick.
Goals from Barry Winslow (2) and Luke Burroughs saw Swindon Spitfires to a 3-2 win over Chiseldon. Stuart Cody and Daniel Vowels got Chiseldon’s consolation.
In the Premier Division, Fratellos continued their relentless charge with 6-1 victory over AFC Globe.
The latter side had a man sent off inside the first 20 minutes and dave Slattery’s low drive got Fratellos off and running.
After the break Kyke Romain headed in a second before Ash Piotrowski replied, but four goals from sub Blaine Fitzgerald saw Fratellos canter to success.
Shane Close and Michael Chivers gave Queensfield a 2-1 win over DJC Marlborough.
Auto Engine Tune took the lead against Lower Stratton but ended up losing 4-1. Jamie Saunders (2), Shaun Hooton and Gavin Kay scored Stratton’s goals.
Neil Herring’s effort for Swiss Chalet was in vain as his team lost 4-1 to Village Inn.