SWINDON Supermarine are still awaiting their first Evo-Stik League Southern West Division win of the season after being held to a 1-1 draw by North Leigh at the Webbswood Stadium tonight.

Dave Webb's side, who drew at Cinderford in their season opener on Saturday, took the lead on 25 minutes when Josh Parsons found the net.

But they were pegged back just after the hour mark when George Seacole notched the equaliser for the visitors.

Steve Devlin's injury-time winner broke Chippenham Town's hearts in their National League South clash against Poole Town at Hardenhuish Park.

The Bluebirds, beaten 2-0 at Braintree Town at the weekend, finished the game with nine men after Jon Beedon and new signing Mike Jones saw red.

Beedon was dismissed in the first half before Jones received his marching orders after the break, but the hosts looked set to hold on until Devlin found a winner four minutes into injury time.

Highworth Town made it three wins from three in the Hellenic League Premier Division as they stormed to a 4-0 win at Tuffley Rovers.

The Worthians led at half-time courtesy of Jake Slocombe's strike midway through the first half and Callum Parsons netted the second just after the hour mark.

Slocombe netted twice more to complete his hat-trick and set up a comfortable triumph for Jeff Roberts' men.

Nathan Gambling netted from Sam Packer's set-up to earn Royal Wootton Bassett Town a 1-1 draw at Lydney Town.