HAT-TRICK hero Morgan Watts fired Wroughton Reserves to an impressive 7-0 win at home to Lower Stratton at the weekend.

Watts took his overall tally to five for the season with his haul, while Jamie Pidgeon, Daryll Chambers and Mikey Thomson also notched.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, Bakers Arms scooped three points courtesy of a 3-0 win at home to Wheatsheaf. Daniel Hiscocks, Ryan Welland and Will Miller got the goals, as Bakers collected their first win in their last four outings.

Two goals weren’t enough for mid-table Ramsbury as they were stuffed 7-2 by visiting Dorcan.

Luke Murphy smashed three for Dorcan, while George Bouverie-Brine added to his three goals last week with another two.

Jimmy Horwood and Sean Broomfield completed the rout for Dorcan, as Gareth Brown and Cameron Lee registered for the hosts, who have won one of their last three games.

Ashton Keynes put in a five-star performance at Stratton Juniors. Nick Gregory’s four-goal haul setting them well on their way to a 5-0 win, with Ollie Taylor also scoring.

Swindon Supermarine DC could not compete with table-topping Tawny Owl, as they inflicted at 10-2 defeat on their hosts, whose goals came from Brendor Nkegbe and Cameron Shrubb.

In Division One, Redhouse were red hot away to Brockhill United, where they recorded an 11-0 win.

Jamie Mingard, Aaron Hewitt and Tom Eagles all grabbed a brace to add to Daniel Ricketts’ hat-trick and solitary efforts from Chris Jones, Martin Score and Ryan Thackray.

In a less eventful game, Chiseldon and Highworth Town Development had to settle for a point each after playing out a 1-1 draw.

Aaron Smith put Chiseldon ahead at home, before Adam Bartlett equalised for the visitors.

North Swindon WMC claimed their fourth win of the campaign in a 4-2 triumph over Moredon. Their goals came from Jason Hodson, who bagged two, plus one apiece from Kray Dunn and Aiden Williams.

Top-of-the-table Ruby Removals made it eight on the spin with a 7-1 win against visiting Marlborough Reserves, taking them six points ahead of nearest rivals Chiseldon.