WROUGHTON maintained their position at the top of the Wiltshire Senior League with their 11th consecutive league win at the weekend.

In the first ever meeting between the pair, Wroughton saw off Frome Collegians 3-2 in a thrilling encounter that saw the winner come 10 minutes from time.

The hosts went two in front during the first half thanks to goals from Louis O’Shea and Riegan Cook before Barry Sandquest and Theo Sing levelled the game after the break for Collegians.

However, under the temporary management of Chairman Kevin Cook and Secretary Stuart Beggs, Wroughton’s Jamie McLaughlin netted the winner in the dying stages to maintain their flying form.

Corsham Town Reserves stayed within a point of Wroughton following a high-scoring affair against Cricklade Town at the Southbank Ground.

Dan Lardner’s hat-trick and Jake Dodge’s solitary goal saw Corsham go 4-0 up before Jason Tatum pulled two back for the visitors.

Daniel King extended Corsham’s lead to three once again, only for Tatum to complete his own hat-trick and complete the scoring at 5-3.

Shrewton United continued their fine goal-scoring form with a 4-0 victory over Stratton Juniors.

Saul Johnson netted twice while Jake Watson and Craig Appleby scored the other goals as debutante goalkeeper Seb Tylek enjoyed a clean sheet.

Purton came from behind to defeat Marlborough Town and ensure they remained in fourth thanks to a 3-2 victory away from home.

After Nathan Harland’s early goal, Marlborough went 2-1 ahead through Christopher Deane and Jake Farrell.

Yet for the second week in a row, Marlborough conceded a late goal as they fell to defeat – Sam English and Andrew Bilko secured the points for Purton.

Kintbury Rangers also won as the top five maintained their places in the league on a day where no team moved up or down in the division.

Josh Davis scored twice while Alex Smith and Harry Way netted the other goals in Kintbury’s 4-2 success – Darryl Herring and Krystian Hext replied for Malmesbury.

Royal Wootton Bassett Town Development were 3-1 winners over Pewsey Vale.

After pulling out of the Sydenhams Wessex League, Pewsey began life in the Wiltshire Senior League with a 3-1 defeat.

Josh Bolton put Bassett ahead before Craig Simmons equalised from the spot for Vale.

However, two second-half goals from Dale Richards settled the game in Bassett’s favour.

Holt and Ludgershall Sports drew 2-2 after goals from Dexter Chipeni for the former and Jake Slater and Aidan Barnard for Sports.