FERNDALE showed huge mental resolve as they bounced back from a heavy defeat to inflict one of their own.
On Saturday, they were thrashed 7-1 by Cirencester in Under 16 Division 1 with Leo Tetterfio scoring their only goal.
However, 24 hours later, Ferndale battered Fairford 7-2.
Brady Lambert stopped a penalty in the first half to spur on his team, with Miles Frost (2), Saime Sahin (2), Thomas Whitham, Nathan Marland and Luke Whetham on the scoresheet.
Under 10 Division 1
LIDEN opened the scoring against Highworth through Tom Ponting, before Bradley Poole bagged the equaliser.
Ponting again put Liden ahead but once more the leveller arrived thanks to Ollie Fletcher.
After the interval Highworth went ahead for the first time courtesy of a solo run and strike from captain Freddie Merrett.
Sam Morse pulled Liden level and the same team’s stopper, Archie Atwell, made some excellent saves late on.
Croft continued their unbeaten run with a 7-0 victory at Hungerford.
The Croft goalscorers were Tyger-J Hall (2), Jed Phillips (2), Spencer Bunce, Kieran Sutton and Tom Hayes.
Greenmeadow scored within the first minute against Robins courtesy of a clever backheel from Rowan Doyle.
The same player got the second goal through a long-range free kick.
Robins pulled one back via an own goal before Ben Cardus completed the scoring for league leaders Greenmeadow.
Under 10 Division 2
LYDIARD made an excellent start with two goals before half-time against Wanborough.
However, Wanborough hit back after the break with a hat-trick from Tom Moore and a goal from Liam O'Reilly.
Shaw recorded a double win over the weekend, the first being a 7-1 victory over Marlborough Youth, with Conner Robertson and Morgan Hughes grabbing hat-tricks.
On Sunday, Shaw triumphed 3-2 over Marlborough Town.
Under 10 Division 3
Stratton’s other efforts came from Ewan Burrows and Lewis Aitken, with Bassett pulling one back late on.
Pewsey Vale took a 2-0 lead into the break against Stratton Juniors Black, who equalised after the resumption through George Herbert and Jamie McConnell.
Under 12 Division 2
FERNDALE Rodbourne Youth and Ramsbury Juniors played out a close game with the latter side edging it 2-1.
Harry Johnson scored for Ferndale and player of the match James White gave a tireless display in midfield display.
Under 12 Division 3
FERNDALE Rodbourne Colts got back to winning ways with a 5-1 win at Highworth Town Juniors T.
Neo Heath and Josh Haynes got one each, Ben Simons netted a penalty and player of the match Callum Little added two more goals.
Under 13 Division 3 (11v11)
WITH only eight players due to sickness, Highworth battled honourably in their 7-2 loss to Chippenham.
Highworth’s goals came in the second half with William Russell and Kyle Moss finding the net.
Under 14 Division 2
LIDEN recorded their first win of the season against a strong Blunsdon Colts team, taking a 2-1 victory.
Goals from Aiden Bennett and Matthew Kendal gave Liden victory.
Under 14 Division 3
HIGHWORTH Town Juniors T threw away a 3-0 half-time lead to eventually lose 4-3 at home to Wanborough Juniors.
Ollie Mulraney (2) and Will Lewis scored for Highworth before Wanborough mounted their comeback.
Under 15 Division 1
AN INJURY-HIT Brinkworth Cats team had to work hard and dig deep to beat Newbury 4-1.
Two goals in each half proved decisive, with Jacob Botterill, Steve Chun, Jake Covey and Luke Whitmarsh all getting themselves on the scoresheet.
An even game between Shrivenham & Watchfield and Swindon Supermarine saw proceedings end 1-1.
Shrivenham took the lead midway through the first half and Daniel Harry equalised for Supermarine early in the second.
Under 16 Division 2
CROFT battled back from an early setback to beat Purton 4-2. Josh Ayres and Jacob Wiltshire got a brace each.
Under 13 County Cup
WOOTTON Bassett Town Yellow overcame Highworth Town Juniors T to make it into the quarter-finals.
A hat-trick from Lewis Cholod and further goals from Tom Miller, Charlie Emmerson, Declan Cox and Jamie Byrom secured a 7-0 win.
Wroughton’s good form continued with a 13-0 win over Warminster, with Tyler Fitchett, Al Moxham, Riegan Cook, Matt Lawson, Sean Blunsdon and Jo Marshall among the goals.