Hot-shot Sam Jordan hits four as Bradford Renegades secure Chippenham League Division 1 title
Sam Jordan continued his goal blitz as Bradford Renegades wrapped up the SK Fruits Limited Chippenham Sunday League Division 1 title with four games to spare.
Hot-shot Jordan grabbed all four of Renegades’ goals in a 4-3 home success over FC Boroughs and has now found the net an incredible 78 times this term. Renegades will look to complete a double when they take on FC Colerne in next month’s WG Parr Trophy final.
Jake Fortune, Krystian Hext and Kevin Bridgeman were on target for beaten Boroughs.
Corsham United remain in with a chance of finishing as runners-up despite a 4-2 defeat to Biddestone White Horse that left them without a win in four matches.
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Dan King scored two and set up goals for Ed Jones and Joe Lye as Biddestone ended their own four-match winless run. Jamie Murphy hit a double to twice get United on level terms.
The top-of-the-table Division 4 clash between leaders FC North Wiltshire and second-placed Sportzcoach Dragonz United lived up to its billing as it finished 4-4.
A Dan Kovacs brace put Dragonz 2-0 up at Leafy Lane before goals from Luke Denham and Simon Gray restored parity for North Wilts.
Dragonz regained the lead through Ross Mather, only for Jason Brooks-Stevens equalise. Alex Shaftoe, for Dragonz, and North Wilts’ James Bamford then traded superb strikes as the contest ended all-square.
Biddestone Social and AFC Melksham will try again in the Wiltshire Sunday Cup this weekend after their respective semi-finals against top Swindon League outfits AFC Gas and New Century WMC were called off due to waterlogged pitches.