MARSHFIELD seem well suited to life in Division One of the Trowbridge Windows and Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge & District League as they kept up their 100 per cent record with a 6-1 win at home to Calne Town Reserves.

Josh Legg led the way with a four-goal haul and Tom Richards helped himself to a brace. Calne fought until the end and Jordan Anning scored a consolation with the last kick of the game.

Heytesbury are hot on the heels of Marshfield following a 5-0 success over Freshford, and are only second by virtue of having played a game less than their rivals.

Joel Sisson’s finish was all that separated the teams at half-time but efforts from Jake Wright, Dan Dicks, Adrian Vintileanu – who scored the goal of the game with a 40-yard free-kick – and Jamie Kinchin pushed Heytesbury further clear in the second half.

Warminster United hosted local rivals Warminster Town Reserves and came away with a 3-1 win.

Two strikes from Colin Sheppard and one from Brendan Hind moved United into third place in the table, while Nyke Fletcher was Town’s scorer.

After drawing their first two league games, Devizes Town Reserves picked up their first victory by beating Hilperton United 4-2.

Two goals from Brad Whitbread and one each from Ash Lock and Liam Moffat ensured the points went Devizes’ way. Luke Murden and Jake Samuel were the Hilperton scorers.

Melksham Town A faced Three Daggers hoping to pick up their first points of the season but a first-half strike from James Dark proved not to be enough as they fell to a 2-1 defeat.

Second-half goals from Kieran Ramsey and Ashley Bodman turned the game around for Daggers to keep Melksham at the foot of the table.

Division Two

STAVERTON United kept up their 100 per cent league record with an impressive 5-0 win against Westbury United Reserves.

Harry Ledbury led the way with a hat-trick, while Kye Teague and Stuart McLachlan scored one each for the early leaders.

KEW PR maintained their own 100 per cent league form with their third win out of three after a 6-2 victory over Trowbridge Town Reserves.

Nick Ross helped himself to a brace, with Ryan Mortimer, David Percival, Dean Ranger and a Jason Hughes penalty completing the six. Jamie Stevens and Josh Hampton were the Trowbridge scorers.

The Stiffs picked up their first league victory of the season with a hard-fought 4-3 success over Seend United.

Seend started brightly and led 3-0 at half-time thanks to Tom Jones’ brace and one from Ollie Elmes. They could not have expected what was to come in the second period, though, as two goals from George Hartrey – one which came from the penalty spot – and a strike each from Nathaniel Edwards and Ben Fielding completed Stiffs’ remarkable comeback.

Aces picked up their first win of the season with an exciting 3-2 defeat of Dilton Marsh Wanderers.

Oliver Cole gave Dilton the lead but Aces’ Stewart Fleming made it 1-1 at the break. Kegan Smart put Aces ahead in the second period but Aaron Knowles levelled the scores again, only for Aces to finally win it thanks to Vijay Manro’s penalty.

Calne Eagles were awarded their match against Greyhound, who were unable to raise a team.