BILLY Saunders struck five times as Swindon Rangers maintained their lead at the top of UNDER 10 DIVISION 2 with a 13-0 demolition of lowly Shaw.

Harry Kearley netted a hat-trick while Connor King (2), Daniel Franks, Jacob Kimber and Thomas Pottinger all found the net to leave Rangers five points clear of nearest challengers FC Chippenham B, who themselves recorded an impressive 7-0 victory over Lambourn Sports.


Goals from Kieran Mutlow, Tom Ponting and Tobias Lango were enough for Liden to run out 3-0 winners over FC Chippenham A.

The home side took the lead after only 10 minutes after Mutlow powered a shot into the back of the net, but despite long spells of pressure they were not able to add to their lead before the interval.

They came out on the attack after the break, and soon got their reward as Ponting pounced to double the lead.

Lango finished things off with a tap-in to complete the victory, which leaves Liden fifth in the table. Chippenham remain bottom having only picked up a single point from their 11 games.

Croft Juniors Red maintained their recent good form with a 9-1 victory over a spirited Forest Green team.

The game was played in continuous rain, but both teams played some good football on the all-weather pitch at Croft.

Spencer Bunce, Tyger-J Hall, Kieran Sutton and man of the match Kai Richardson all scored two goals before Forest Green scored from a long-range effort to grab a consolation.

Marcellus Hill completed the scoring for Croft JFC to make the final score 9-1.


Three early goals set Stratton Juniors well on their way to a 10-1 victory over Fairford Town Youth.

Peter Amoni struck twice while Lewis Aitken also found the net to put Stratton well in control, before Fairford hauled themselves back into the game with a goal of their own.

But Stratton scored another three before the break, and despite a slow start to the second half the home side continued to find the net through both Paul and Peter Amoni and Kai Surridge.

Ewan Burrows was player of the match with a great defensive performance, with goalkeeperTroy Deane and Jaipal Jhoti also putting in impressive displays.


Daniel Jones returned to haunt Swindon Rangers by scoring on his Swindon Supermarine L debut to set his new club well on their way to a 6-1 victory.

Both teams impressed in difficult conditions, but Marine took control in the second half as Leighton McGlynn scored a brace and Jack Townsend, Oliver Burt, and Ryan Harris all found the net.


Dan Markey and Ollie Mulraney both found the net for Highworth Town Juniors T, but their efforts were not enough to stop their side slip to a 3-2 defeat to Stratton Youth.