Colerne too strong for Rovers
CHIPPENHAM LEAGUE FC Colerne came from behind to beat Semington Rovers 3-1 in one of only two SK Fruits Limited Chippenham Sunday League Premier Division matches to go ahead.
Rovers took a half-time lead through Stuart Barber's header but ran out of steam in the second period as Colerne turned the tide. Goals from Adam Osbourne, Chris Dixon and a Jake Jefferies penalty did the damage.
Bradford Renegades remain top of the Division 1 table after an 8-1 triumph at Prestige Bodyworks.
Goal machine Sam Jordan added another five to his tally – which now stands at 23 from just six league games – while Mark Robinson's brace and a goal from debutant Steve Bryant sealed the win after Martin Riddell had put Prestige ahead.
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Corsham United kept pace with the leaders as they heaped more misery on Bromham with a 6-2 victory.
A James Hernandez double and strikes from Jamie Murphy, Andy Wilkins, Darrin Moss and Stuart Tutty made up Corsham's total. Freddie Paget and Danny Powell replied for Bromham.
The first of back-to-back meetings between Corsham Park Rangers and Pack Horse Rangers produced an 11-goal Division 3 thriller.
Corsham Park were expected to win comfortably but, without a host of regulars, scraped a nail-biting 6-5 success. Ashley Tarrant, James Flyn, Tom Butterfield, Darren Legg and Tom Flynn's penalty could not save Pack Horse, who went down to goals from Simon Young, Joe Forester, Adam Wood, Kadir Ayhaw and Matthew Spear's double.
There was another 6-5 scoreline at Leafy Lane, Rudloe, where FC North Wiltshire overcame Worton & Cheverell to move to the top of the Division 4 table.
Kyle Davies scored all five goals for Worton but ended up on the losing side after a last-minute goal from substitute Dan Kelly earned North Wilts victory. Dan Gilbert, Dan Deacon, Simon Gray and a Jason Brooks-Stevens brace – the second of which came from the penalty spot – completed the new leaders' tally.