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SUNDAY LEAGUE: It's seven up for Greyhound
6:00am Tuesday 18th September 2012 in Sport
GREYHOUND smashed seven past Penhill United to rise to the top of Swindon Sunday League Division One.
The new table-toppers eased past their rock bottom hosts 7-3 to make it two wins from two this season.
Elsewhere in the division, AFC Gas won 4-0 at New Century WMC to claim their first three-point haul of the campaign and Inter Sandgate edged past The Manor 4-3.
In Division Two, Castrol and The Dolphin had to settle for a point apiece from a 4-4 draw, Dorcan Old Boys beat Coleview 4-2, Wanborough maintained their 100 per cent start to the campaign with a 1-0 victory over Fox & Hounds Martcom and Westbrook saw off SKS Blyskawica by the odd goal in nine.
Wheatsheaf put in the performance of the day in Division Three, spanking Glevum Commercials 18-2 on the road, while there were also victories for Stratton Reform, Patheon and Halcrow.
In Division Four, Rodbourne Real enjoyed an 11-1 hammering of point-less TSTech, Olympic Roofing won 3-1 at Smart Rovers, Running Horse beat Stratton Athletic 9-1 and Tawny Owl and AC Swindon Bayberry shared the points with a 3-3 draw.
FC Walcot were the top scorers in Division Five, smashing 11 past Cleeve Tech in an 11-4 win. There were 2-0 wins for Cheney FC and Lamb Marlborough, over Woodlands Edge and RJ Aerials respectively, while KC Globe saw off Nationwide 6-0.
Eldene beat Wroughton Athletic 7-1 in Division Six, Stratton Saints overcame Goldfinger Tavern 6-1 away from home, AFC Greendown were 4-1 victors at Nine Elms United and Urban Allstars enjoyed a 3-0 home win over Swindon Asians despite a superb display from goalkeeper Samson Omiponle.
Finally, in Division Seven, Bakers Arms were trounced 7-1 at AFC Swindon United, DBS FC and DH Fitness played out a goalless draw, Gorsehill Borough drew 1-1 with Rosier Rovers, Rug Shack beat AFC Royal 5-0 and Save on Tyres Athletic edged past Highworth Cellar Bar 3-1.