DAN Sibley netted the winner for Melksham Town Reserves as they came out on top in their derby with Corsham Town Reserves on Saturday.

The top goalscorer in the U18 division ended the hosts’ seven-game unbeaten run while bagging the final goal in a 3-2 victory.

Corsham took an early lead when Emilio Mudrak struck in the sixth minute.

Melksham replied just before the half-hour mark through Harvey Flippance – his 11th goal of the season – before nudging ahead courtesy of Sibley’s first of the afternoon.

Corsham hauled themselves level shortly before the half-time interval as Ed McCormack popped up with a goal.

It was another close affair in the second half, but a second goal for Sibley secured all three points for Melksham and pushed the visitors up to sixth.

Shrewton United provided a sensational second-half comeback against Kintbury Rangers to emerge 4-2 winners.

Visitors Kintbury started brightly and went 2-0 up thanks to goals from Fabio Pinto and Stephen Blunt before Lee Weeks’ fantastic long-range effort halved the deficit for Shrewton before the break.

Following a stern talking to at half-time from manager Joe Sheldrake, Shrewton emerged from the interval a different team and went on to net three times.

Weeks bagged another special effort while Craig Lewis and Charlie Utterson also got on the scoresheet as Shrewton ascended to second in the table.

The only other game to survive the wet weather was between Pewsey Vale and Frome Collegians.

Following a 10-0 victory for Collegians earlier in the season, it was a vastly different contest this time around as the pair shared a 1-1 draw – Pewsey’s first point of the season.

The hosts’ job was made slightly easier in the 35th minute when Collegians’ Joe Upshall was sent off for picking up his second yellow card.

With the score goalless at the break, it was the hosts who finally made their one-man advantage count when Connor Marsden put Pewsey ahead in the early stages of the second half.

However, previously-pointless Pewsey would have to wait for their first win of the season after Lewis Perrett equalised midway through the second period.

The league games at Malmesbury Victoria, Marlborough Town, Purton and Royal Wootton Bassett Town, plus the County Cup game at Trowbridge were all postponed due to waterlogged pitches.