IN THE Sunday League Knockout Cup, holders Greyhound progressed into the next round with an 11-0 drubbing of Dynamo Ashton.
Scorers for Greyhound were Steve Robertson (4), Dave Slattery (2), Terry Moore (2), Patrick Slattery, Tony Joyce and Rory Sproule.
Dorcan Old Boys and DBS fought out a 5-5 thriller, with DBS going through 5-4 on penalties.
Scorers for Dorcan were Barry Sheddon (2), Mike O’Sullivan (2) and Dave Devine, who netted his 100th goal for club. On target for DBS were Bryan Keech (2), John Edmunds (2) and Gavin Allen.
Coleview beat Shield & Dagger 2-1 courtesy of strikes from Dave Levett and Jordon Cobb Cricklade’s Matt Richards bagged a brace but could not prevent his side falling to a 4-2 home defeat against Roughmoor Rangers, for whom Mark Loveridge (2), Brian Hilligan and Daniel Jones got on the scoresheet.
AFC Gas cruised to a 5-0 win against Walcot, with two apiece coming from Mark Bennett and Daniel Drewitt and one from Dan Killgary.
West Swindon Wanderers thumped Rug Shack 7-1. Chris Cummins and Lee Robins managed two each for Wanderers, whilst Alex Sheriffs, Andy Woodman and Mark Wells also registered.
New Century edged a seven-goal nail-biter against Coleshill 4-3. Matt Pratley (2), Ryan Pratley and Tom Valentine ensured progress to the next round of the competition.
Village Inn got the better of Blyskawica 6-4 thanks to braces from Chris Dixon, Luke Broadbank and Danny Broadbank.
Deers Leap eased through to the next stage following their 2-0 home victory over Wheatsheaf, Richard Smith scoring both.
Patheon enjoyed their run out against Pot of Gold, finding the net eight times. Tony Cutting fired a hat-trick, Craig Sawyer and Aaron Hall got two each and Andy King also scored.
Inter Sandgate fell at the first hurdle, losing out 4-1 at McLean Heating, for whom Ashley Gooch, James Hogg, Aiden Williams and Ross Worthington struck.
Lamb were trounced 10-2 at home by The Globe. Scorers for the visitors were Alvin Spencer (4), Andy Green (2), Leigh Reeves, Karl Spencer, Johann Sutton and Kelvin Scott.
Wanborough put 11 past AFC Southside as Mark Brimson and Craig Bibby both hit hat-tricks. Micky Newman, Tom Aldred, Pete Best and Lee Carhart also scored for Wanborough, whilst an own goal only rubbed salt into Southside’s wounds.
Nythe saw off Intermach 5-2 on the road with goals coming from Darren Lucas, Adam West, Steve Chappel, Lee Hedges and Darren Colman.
Alex Harper netted twice for Jobsinswindon as they strolled past Arkells GW 4-2. John Cave-Ayland and Martin Worthington also got their names on the scoresheet for the victors.
Boundary House beat Patriot Arms 4-2 as Tom Brown managed two, with further efforts coming from Joe Simmonds and Chris Kent.
AC Swindon lost out 4-1 at home to Cat Solutions, for whom Ryan Keech scored a hat-trick and Aaron Williams also found the back of the net.
Trak Employment hammered Nationwide 9-1.
Louis Cunningham smashed four, Jamie Baden grabbed two, Dan Woodhouse also notched a couple and Darren Price rounded off the scoring for Trak.