MELKSHAM United U14 ran out narrow winners in a pulsating top-of-the-table clash with Bath City.
United scored five minutes from time through Liz Bool to take the points.
Trowbridge Town continued their good start to the season with a 7-0 win over Derry Hill, the pick of the scorers being Jade Fryer, who netted four times.
FC Chippenham opened their campaign with a narrow 2-1 victory at Frome Youth while Trowbridge Wanderers bounced back from their defeat last week with a comprehensive 10-0 win against Frome Ladies.
In the U12 division, only Swindon Spitfires remain unbeaten after their narrow 4-3 victory against Bath City.
Frome Town and Derry Hill recorded respective 10-0 victories against Warminster and FC Chippenham. Melksham were also 10-0 victors against Frome Youth with Cicely Stanley, Sophie Cross, Emily Hutchinson and Phoebe Collyer among the goalscorers.
Swindon Town top the U16 division after a 5-4 victory at Frome Town Ladies.
Lavington went down 5-3 to Wootton Bassett despite a hat-trick from Eleanor Cheetham.
Trowbridge Wanderers gained their first points, winning 7-2 at Larkhall but Derry Hill lost a close encounter to Highworth 5-3, with their goals scored by Asmara Gibbs and Fenella Cooper.
Abbie Pickett scored five times to help FC Chippenham continue their fine start with a win over Swindon Spitfires.
On Sunday, Melksham United fell to their first defeat of the season, 7-2 to Highworth Ladies, the Melksham scorers being Hannah Bishop and Chloe Timbrell.
FC Chippenham remained unbeaten after winning 4-1 against Marlborough Ladies with Kathryn Kilgour bagging a hat-trick.
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