SWINDON Centurians Spectrum’s wait for a first Premier Division victory of the season ended on Saturday as they upset mid-table Lower Stratton 3-1.

Centurians seized a first-half lead when Nick Camden’s superb run and shot found the target.

After the break, Liam New got Stratton back on level terms with the leveller.

However, new signing Tee Majoni proved the difference between the two sides, scoring twice in eight minutes to hand Spectrum the points.

Swindon Spitfires got the better of their battle with fellow strugglers Swindon Supermarine DC as they edged home 4-3.

Matthew Penella-Lach, Kyle Bowyer and Brendor Nkegbe were on target for Marine.

In Division One, bottom side Brockhill United were unable to make an impact on Highworth Town Development, who triumphed 2-0 to go fifth in the table.

Despite a decent start from United, Brandon Fenwick opened the scoring for the visitors and later added a second as Brockhill chased the game.

Just above Highworth are North Swindon WMC, who got past New Town All Stars 4-1, a fine 25-yard volley from Sheldon Milsom setting them on their way.

Lee Cutler added a second before half-time and despite New Town pulling a goal back, Dwaine Dodson and Aaron Williams wrapped up the points for North.

The Swindon & District League will have four sides in the quarter-finals of the Wiltshire Junior Cup after Saturday’s third-round ties.

Ruby Removals led the way, thrashing fellow Division One side Swindon AFC 7-0 to progress, while top-flight Ashton Keynes also went through with a 3-1 win over D.I. United.

FC Dorcan beat Trowbridge & District League outfit Heytesbury 3-1, while Premier Division leaders Tawny Own crashed 7-3 to fellow Premier Division side Ramsbury.