FC Colerne end Biddestone White Horse's cup dreams in Chippenham Sunday League
A Chris Dixon hat-trick helped FC Colerne become the first side to book their place in the final of this season’s Westernsport Trophies-sponsored WG Parr Trophy.
It wasn’t all plain sailing for the SK Fruits Ltd Chippenham Sunday League Premier Division outfit against Biddestone White Horse, though, as Tom Lye gave the underdogs a first-half lead and Scott Fleming had a goal ruled out for offside.
Dixon’s equaliser settled Colerne and he went on to complete his treble, including a penalty, before substitute Nick Chandler wrapped up a 4-1 success.
The second weekend of Subsidiary Cup matches goals galore, with Biddestone Social the week’s top scorers as they kicked-off their Group A campaign with a 13-0 victory over Division 4 leaders FC North Wiltshire.
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Dan Lardner’s four-goal burst included two stunning long-range efforts, while Kris Beasley hit a hat-trick and Tyler Sibbick bagged a brace.
Lewis Porter struck from the penalty spot and Martin Johnson, Nathan Phillimore and Danny Jones were also on target, while veteran John O’Meara had his hand in a number of the goals on his first start in three years.
Division 3 leaders Corsham Park Rangers were rewarded for a superb display against a depleted AFC Melksham side with a blistering, swerving winner from Kent Kauppinen.
In the league, Division 1 pacesetters Bradford Renegades took a massive step to winning the title with a 3-1 victory over of their closest challengers, FC Boroughs.
Mark Robinson’s opener was cancelled out Paul Bains but he restored Renegades’ lead after the break before a stunning Sam Jordan strike sealed victory.
Corsham United saw their chances of catching the leaders all but disappear after they were beaten 5-1 by a revitalised Castle side.
Jack Fisher (3), Alex Surman and Doug Dickson did the damage, while Ben Thomson bagged Corsham’s consolation.