RUBY Removals showed no signs of slowing down as they extended their winning start to the season with a seventh consecutive win in Swindon & District League Division One.

The table-toppers ran out 8-2 victors over Haydon Wick, as they stretched their lead at the summit to six points, with nearest rivals Marlborough Reserves losing 3-1 at Chiseldon.

Arron Smith, Jack Karpinski and James Lovel notched for Chiseldon, while Ben Crame scored for the visitors.

Moredon also grabbed three goals and that proved to be enough to edge past Swindon AFC 3-2.

Nathan Smith and Ben Wells got one each for Swindon, while Richard Ellis, Jason Rouse and Paul Stevens fired Moredon to victory.

Goals from Fraser Hammond and Andrew Hunt weren’t enough to claim all three points for Highworth Town Development, as they were beaten 4-2 by New Town All Stars.

Doubles from Joe Cox and Jamie Mingard saw Redhouse past North Swindon WMC in a 4-2 win, Lee Cutler and Stephen Scargill registering for the hosts.

The only other Division One game saw Brockhill United narrowly beat visitors Village Inn 2-1.

In the top tier, Lower Stratton collected a 3-2 away win against Bakers Arms, thanks to goals from Jamie Stones plus two from Richard Clark, while Daniel Hiscocks and Byron O’Regan were on target for the hosts.

Ramsbury put five past Swindon Spitfires in a 5-1 triumph, Max Derrick and Cameron Lee both got two each, while Matthew Darvell registered a solitary effort.

Swindon Supermarine DC also scored five in their 5-2 away win at Swindon Centurians Spectrum.

Nathan Peters and Allan Hawthorne netted for the home side, but saw their goals cancelled out by Brad Warren, Billy Miller, Michael Prinzi and Cameron Shrubb, with the latter grabbing two.

Wheatsheaf and Ashton Keynes played out a 10-goal thriller, but it was the former who came out on top with a 6-4 home win.

Charlie Gillett was the main man for the home side with a hat-trick, in addition to goals from Mason Loch, Clint Lomax and Nathan Cooper.

Barnaby Chadwick, Nick Gregory and Steve Andrews, who claimed a double, scored for the away side.

Tawny Owl made it six wins out of six following a 7-2 away win at village side Wroughton Reserves.