In-form Adams' fantastic four

This Is Wiltshire: Chiseldon's Liam Reason, left, and James Evans of Wootton Bassett Chiseldon's Liam Reason, left, and James Evans of Wootton Bassett

COLIN Adams scored four and Harry Standen had a hand in five goals as Ferndale Rodbourne Rovers beat Stratton Juniors A 7-4 in Under 11 Division Two.

In an end-to-end game, Rovers took an early two-goal lead before Stratton hit back with three. Rovers equalised just before the break before Stratton regained the lead, but Rovers rallied to take the win with the goals coming from Colin Adams (4), Calum Lansley, Danny Wade & Hannah Peachey.

Under 11 Division 3

Goals from William Kendrick and Oliver Eaton settled Highworth’s nerves in the first half. Josh Kostiuck and man-of-the match Max Wade secured the victory over Hungerford.

Under 11 Division 4

Kingshill took a two-goal lead before Charlie Schoble pulled one back for Northern Lights, but Kingshill went down the other end and scored straight away. Scoble got his second just before half time, while Tommy Cole equalised after the break. Both sides missed great chances before Kingshill scored two unanswered goals to run out 5-3 winners.

Under 9 Division 2

Ferndale Rodbourne Youth claimed top spot in division two after their 5-0 victory over Ramsbury Juniors Blue. Josh Harrison grabbed two and Joah Hall, Ollie Pickett and Zane Pinnock all scored once for Ferndale.

Under 10 Division 1

A very close fought game saw Shrivenham & Watchfield take a one-goal advantage into the half time break. Liden applied pressure from the start of the first half which saw a Tom Warren shot hit the bar, and Ashton Cobb hit the post before Tobias Lango scored a brace to earn Liden the victory.

A brilliant first half saw Ferndale Rodbourne go in 3-1 up at half time against Forest Green Rovers.

After the break Jayden Harris scored from inside his own half and Lewis Roze bagged a hat-trick.

Luke Rouse (2), Felipe Dias, Ashley Fowler and Guilherme Vecci were also on the scoresheet in what ended up a 9-1 victory to Ferndale.

Highworth recorded a 6-0 home win against Hungerford Town Juniors at the Rec.

Highworth were 2-0 up at the break with goals from Freddie Merrett and Daniel Warre, and these were added to with a penalty each from Sebastian Goddard and MOM Liam Hares in the second period.

Merrett and Warre both bagged another goal each to complete the scoring. Croft went into the break two goals up against Robins thanks Tyger-J Hall who added a further two after the break before Robins scored a late consolation goal.

Under 10 Division 2

Swindon Rangers took the lead in a close game with Wanborough before Jake Hammond equalised.

Rangers scored a second goal and held on the their lead to seal the win.

Under 10 Division 3 Max Garrett opened the scoring for Stratton Juniors with a great strike, before Cricklade Youth pulled a goal back before half time.

Stratton stepped up in the second half with two goals from top scorer Lewis Aitken and Kai Surridge scoring his first of the season with the last kick of the game to win it 4-1.

Jamie McConnell scored three great goals for Stratton Juniors Black with George Herbet adding two and Jack Walklett another to give Stratton a convincing 6-0 win over Abbey Meads.

Highworth Juniors T continued their unbeaten start to the season with a great all round performance in a 4-1 home win against Wootton Bassett Town Yellow at the Rec.

Man-of-the-match Cameron Hicks weighed in with a hat-trick with one from Thomas Harris.

Under 12 Division 1

Swindon Rangers A were too strong on the day against a spirited Marlborough Town side as they ran-out 19-0 winners.

Rangers were scintillating at times as they produced some fine pass-and-move attacking football.

Spurred on by man of match Dan Hopper, who netted eight times with some fantastic long range shooting, the lively Joe Tyson hit five and created space and chances as his strike partner Kyle Spackman hit his first hat trick for Swindon Rangers with an excellent performance.

Ethan Bond netted his first of the season with a header whilst Sean Wilkinson kept up his early season form with a well-taken finish.

Under 13 Division 2

Wroughton beat Blunsdon 7-2 to remain unbeaten thanks to a hat-trick from Tyler Fitchett and one each from Brandon Duddy, Sam Roberts, Riegan Cook and Sean Blunsdon.

Wootton Bassett Town Yellow made it four wins on the trot by beating a battling FC Calne, with a hat-trick from Tom Miller, a Declan Cox double along and further goals from Lewis Cholod, Charlie Emmerson and Euan Burke in their 8-0 win.

Against a very hard working Swindon Supermarine, Greenmeadow Youth scored through Oliver Matthews, Jordan Hyde and Tyler Lewis before halftime.

In the second half Sam Jones, Lee Murphy and two from Charlie Britten finished the scoring for Greenmeadow.

Highworth Town Juniors went 2-0 up before the interval with goals from Adam Robbins and Josh Windsor.

Highworth then went on and scored three more goals through two by Matty Lawson and Dan Mulvey, before Malmesbury got a consolation goal late on.

Under 14 Division 1

Brinkworth Cats won a competitive game against Shaw 4-1 in the battle of the newly promoted sides.

A late first half goal by Cats’ Ronan Hollier was quickly cancelled out by a Shaw equaliser, and the teams started the second half tied.

Cats however put the game beyond Shaw with two early goals from Matt Donley and Hollier again with his first for the club and Liam Swan with an individual goal.

Swindon Supermarine led Wroughton 2-0 at the turn, with goals from Louis O'Shea and Cameron Shrub.

After the break Marine took a 3 -0 lead courtesy of Tom Holland, but Wroughton fought back to 3-1 and gained a penalty to make it 3-2 at the death.

Under 14 Division 3

Highworth Town Juniors went down 6-3 to Avonvale with Oliver Mulraney (2) and George Willis scoring for Highworth.

Sevenfields were defeated 7-3 by Wanborough Wasps after taking the lead through man of the match Tom Prinzi.

Sevenfields’ second goal was bundled over the line by Aaron Marvell and the third was again scored by Prinzi to make it three in his last two games. Sevenfields also had two goals disallowed for offside and also missed a penalty in an evenly- contested match.

Under 15 Division 2

Blunsdon Colts secured a 7-1 win over Avebury FC. Abir Rahman bagged a hat-trick, Jack Ahrens netted two, and Thomas Howe and Liam Yeates grabbed singles.

League Cup Under 10

FC Chippenham defeated Highworth Town Juniors 2-1 with Drew Ellis getting Highworth’s goal.

League Cup Under 11

Robins made it through to round two of the League Cup with a hard fought 4-2 victory over fellow Division One team FC Chippenham.

Leading 2-1 at half time, the game saw a further three goals in the second half. Cameron Braganza-Osman (2). Harrison Mace and Bradley Hirst all registered.

League Cup Under 12

A very evenly-matched cup tie between Ferndale Rodbourne YCFC and FC Abbeymeads A saw Abbeymeads have just enough on the day to progress through to the next round.

They came out with a 3-1 win despite excellent performances from both Brandon Kandola-Conaghan and Dan Argrave for Ferndale.

Clinical finishing by Lambourn was the major difference in their cup tie against Ferndale Rodbourne Youth, who took an early lead through Joe Gleed.

Ferndale's Alex Parker's hard work and tireless effort wasn't enough to prevent Lambourn winning 5-1.

League Cup Under 16

An array of goals from Kieran O'Daly (5) helped see Supermarine through to the next round of the cup, with another five goals from individuals.

Supermarine went from strength to strength in the second half after going in 3-1 up at half-time.

They scored seven goals in the second half, with several chances either saved by the Old Town goalkeeper or sent wide or hit the bar. Robbie Hendry Luca Michienzi, Finn Wilkinson, Evan Costello, and Harrison Lowe were the other scorers.

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