LIAM Flanagan struck twice as league leaders Croft Junior dispatched Highworth Town 3-0 at the Elms Recreation Ground on Sunday.

Joe Hiscock rounded off the scoring to ensure his side remained top after the fifth round of fixtures.

FC Walcot moved within a point of Croft on Sunday after a 3-1 victory over Penhill United.

Walcot remain unbeaten in their fives matches so far this campaign while Penhill are now fifth, despite having just four points from the same number of games.


Despite two goals from Josh Harper, Purton Redhouse were unable to take any points from their league match with AFC Mannington, going down 8-2 away from home.

Jamie Conway scored a hat-trick to lead Atletico Marlborough to a 5-1 success over Gorsehill Borough.

Toby Horsell and substitute Patrick Rebbeck rounded off the scoring for the hosts as they bagged their first win of the season.

Wroughton Rovers continued their 100 per cent record thanks to a 4-2 success over Jovial Monk.

Jonathan Peachy-Score netted twice for Monk, however two goals from Morgan Watts and solitary efforts from Miles Thompson and Xavi Diaz-Butcher ensured the points stayed with the home side.


The Boundary House remain top of Division Three following their 7-2 success over Sevenfields United.

Keelan Boyce and Luke Murphy scored early on for the hosts, but six different scorers for the away side meant the points were destined to stay with the league leaders.

House’s George Cook netted a brace that was added to by Jamie Axford, Mike Cox, Danny Hale, Daniel Hull and Braedon Cleverly.

AFC Stratton edged past Swindon Rovers 2-1 despite a goal from Rovers’ Gareth Morris.


Nationwide progressed to the next round of the Knockout Cup following a 5-1 victory over Bakers Sunday.

Andrew Goodchild scooped four goals for the afternoon while Simon Olding rounded off the scoring.


Four different scorers ensured Woodlands Edge made it past 147SC in the Chairman’s Trophy.

Robert Coules, Samuel Crawford, Steven Nesbitt and Chris Holland were the names on the scoresheet.

Smartmovers secured their passage into the next round with a similarly emphatic result.

Josh Brown, Matt Cole, Jack Heath, Martin Watson and Craig Philpott all scored once each to tally a 5-0 victory for the visitors.

Elsewhere, Covingham United’s Will Lewis netted a precious goal in their 2-0 victory away at Cricklade Park Rangers.