HIGHWORTH TOWN Sunday kept up their 100 per cent record in Division One of the Swindon Sunday League following a 3-1 win at Penhill United.

In the only game in the top tier to take place at the weekend, Harry Ayres kicked off the scoring before Jonah Beer and Josh Coombe made the points safe for Highworth.

In Division Two, Wroughton Rovers also moved onto three wins from three after their 4-1 victory against Atletico Marlborough.

Morgan Watts grabbed a hat-trick and Tom Head scored the other for Wroughton.

Swindon Saracens stay second after a 7-0 win over Chiseldon Sunday.

In Division Three, Sevenfields United cruised to a 5-0 victory away at Swindon Rovers.

Thomas Eagles, Daryl Herring and substitute Scott Rayment all netted while a brace from Michael Gregory completed the scoring.

Swiss Chalet’s clash against Ridgeway Rovers was abandoned late on by the referee and the Wiltshire FA will review the official’s report before deciding on the outcome of that fixture.

Meanwhile, the Wiltshire Sunday Cup kicked off, with four Swindon teams taking part in round one.

Andrew Goodchild starred for Nationwide as they progressed thanks to a 6-3 victory over London Road.

With the half-time score at 2-2, thanks to Goodchild’s brace, the striker nabbed a second-half hat-trick to take his match tally to five, while Joseph Chambers also notched.

The Boundary House beat Figheldean Rangers 4-1, while Greyhound surged to a convincing 13-1 win at home to Westbury Railway.

Bakers Sunday are out, however, after losing 7-6 away to Misfits, and Gorse Hill Borough’s clash against Westbury Rangers was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.