NEW TOWN OLD STARS collected their first win of the season in style as they thumped Brockhill United 13-0.

Adam Burson put in a five-star performance as he netted five, while Jamie Bain wasn’t too far behind as he registered four. Pete Wyatt added two, while Carl Wyatt and Terry Moore also notched to complete the rout.

While he was happy with the first win, manager James Aghabi says it could have been even more convincing, if it wasn’t for their slow start.

“We played them in a friendly and we beat them 8-1 and we took our foot off of the gas,” said the Stars manager.

“We knew we should beat them convincingly, but I wasn’t expecting it to be 13-0, that was a nice surprise.

“We’ve got a tendency to start our games slowly, so unfortunately it happened again and we missed a couple of one-on-ones.

“We played some very good football, the surface helped us play football and looking back we should have beaten them more convincingly than we did.”

Elsewhere in Division One, Ruby Removals backed up their opening-day win with another triumph, a 11-2 triumph at Moredon.

Liam Butcher, Joe Deyager and Godfrey Chlanga all recorded solitary efforts, while Louis Wollon got two and Jason Milhench scored a hat-trick for the winners.

Chiseldon completed a 7-0 rout over home side North Swindon WMC to claim their first success.

Marlborough Reserves had a slightly more difficult task as they edged out Swindon AFC in a 3-2 home victory.

Goals from Elliot Smith, Nathan Good and Michael Robinson were enough to secure all three points.

The other fixture in the second tier was between Highworth Town Development and Haydon Wick, which ended 1-1.

Branden Fenwick saw his goal for the hosts cancelled out by Reagan Pereira.

In the Premier Division, FC Dorcan almost hit double figures as they were 9-3 winners over visiting Swindon Supermarine DC.

Luke Murray made a considerable contribution with five goals, and was backed up by Scott Drew, Ali Drew, Joel Ofori and Bart Bys, who also registered.

Hosts Stratton Juniors were able to hold out for a 3-3 draw at home to Wroughton Reserves, Tawny Owl made it two from two with a 3-2 win at home to Lower Stratton.

Swindon Spitfires conceded five as they fell to a 5-2 home defeat to Ashton Keynes, Nick Gregory and Steve Andrews both notched twice, their other came from Olly Taylor.