MATT Unwin's 61 and a half-century from Tom Abbot guided Corsham 2nd to the top of Division One with an eight-wicket win over Nationwide House on Saturday.

The duo took their side to 134-2 reply to House's 133 all out in which Himanshu Suri scored 77, but Will Collier took 3-6 in nine overs.

Winsley also leapt above inactive leaders Bear Flat with a 147-run triumph over Box, Adam Stansfield hitting an unbeaten 68 and JamesO'Connell 60 in their 223-9.

O'Connell then took 3-3 in 15 balls, while Kegan Smart took 4-21 to dismiss Box for just 76.

Swindon 2nd are fourth after a nine-wicket beating of Lacock, Christy Miller's unbeaten 128 and 92 from John Baden guiding them to a winning 233-1.

Earlier Mark Wiltshire had hit 55 and Adam Mitchell 50 in Lacock's 232-9.

Avebury picked up their second win of the season as Malmesbury were beaten by 47 runs.

Wes Hartslief's 108 helped Avebury to 230-9, despite 4-30 from Malmesbury's Antony Brown. Joel Solts scored 50 in the reply, but Rohit Lodhi's 4-53 helped stop them at 183.

Division Two

THIRTEEN year old Sean Montgomery took 4-8 in nine overs to help set up Potterne 2nd's 10-wicket victory over Swindon A, who were dismissed for just 112.

Josh Hodder's unbeaten 69 then took Potterne to their target without loss.

That result took them top as Biddestone 2nd's unbeaten run was ended by a nine-run loss to Swindon Nalgo.

Mudasser Rafique scored 66 as Nalgo scored 248-9, Aled Evans took 3-51 and Kieran Gash 3-56.

But Biddestone fell short on 239 as Pardeep Nagi took 3-29 and Sarfraz Khan 3-41, Evans scoring 65 in a losing cause.

Beehive Southwick gave themselves breathing space from the bottom of the table by defeating basement side Bradford on Avon by 27 runs.

Mike Spong hit 43 of his side's 195-9, Rugus Lakin taking 3-54 for Bradford, who were stopped at 168 in their reply.

Lakin scored 50 but Pete Andrews' 3-27 helped the Beehive cause.

Division Three

SWINDON United Churches continued their winning run with a comfortable 86-run victory over Collingbourne.

Winning the toss, Churches amassed 262-7 in their 45 overs, opener Jimmy Mann hitting 84 off 68 balls, Matthew Shadwick adding 41 in an opening stand of 127 as Owen Sheppard took 3-46.

Despite early resistance, wickets fell regularly in the reply, with Chris Gilchrist taking 4-29 as Collingbourne were all out for 176.

Chippenham 2nd stayed top with a seven-wicket success over White Horse, for whom John Candy hit 55 of 166 while Matt Cole took 3-27.

An unbeaten 55 from Pete Ross and 53 from Steve Silk took Chippenham to their target for the loss of three wickets.

Division Four

SPYE Park took over at the top of the table after a 99-run win over top-of-the-table rivals Chippenham 3rd.

Michael Du Boulay's unbeaten 105 sent Park towards 271-6 in their 45 overs before three wickets each from John Beal (3-16), Paul Fennell (3-25) and Simon Ellis (3-48) stopped Chippenham at 172.

Corsham 3rd claimed a 74-run win over fellow strugglers Combe Down, Josh Stanley's 57, including a 72-run fourth-wicket stand with Ben Da Costa (37) helping them to 245-8.

Despite Tom Hulbert's 83, James Smith took 4-54 to ensure Down were stopped on 171.

Division Five

BURBAGE & Easton Royal 2nd lead the way after a 66-run success against third-placed Melksham, Rhys Davies scoring 52 before his side cut loose in the final 15 overs to finish on 217.

Chris Long and Jack Footner took three wickets each for Melksham, but their reply faltered on 151 all out, the middle order collapsing with four wickets going for four runs as Terry Strong took 3-9.

Trowbridge 2nd slipped to second as they were soundly beaten by eight wickets by their Purton counterparts.

Neil Little's 3-17 helped Purton dismiss their rivals for 168, Ali Goddard scoring 54 and Matthew Dicker 48 not out.

David Allen's unbeaten 75 took Purton to their target in under 34 overs.

Division Six

JACOB Stoner smashed 198 and Jim Dunford 80 as Devizes 2nd racked up a club-record 409-4 against Potterne 4th, whose reply reached only 119 as Jack Lowe took 6-30 and George Dunford 3-42.

Winsley 2nd came out in the all-west Wiltshire clash with their Bradford on Avon counterparts, who were dismissed for 129 as Winsley clinched an eight-wicket victory.

Division Seven

AARON Dickinson hit an unbeaten 163 to propel leaders Westbury 2nd (276-4) towards a 137-run victory against Malmesbury 2nd (139-7).

Great Bedwyn 2nd moved into second spot after a 72-run success against Lacock 2nd.

Thomas Stone (63) and Phil Cheese (60) delivered the bulk of Bedwyn's 205 all out, Tim Culling taking 4-36 and James Harding 4-38 for Lacock.

But the reply was halted on 133 as Oliver Rowell took 3-36 and Jack Smith 3-22.

Division Eight

TROWBRIDGE 3rd got the better of Swindon Nalgo 2nd to stay at the the head of affairs, Robert Fernandes scoring 74 of their 171 all out, Jamey Nair taking 3-38.

Despite Sandeep Biwalkar's 51 for Nalgo, three wickets each from Sahil Basandrai (3-30) and Pravin Sawant (3-36) saw them fall three runs short on 168-9.

Box 2nd were five-wicket victors over their Wanborough counterparts, Chris Bultitude 54 and Neil Pettit (57) guiding them past their opponents' 142 all out.

Division Nine

MARLBOROUGH 3rd took over at the summit by defeating previous leaders Goatacre 4th by 28 runs.

Nick Crabbe hit 90 not out in his side's 203-7, Thomas Andrews taking 3-26 before Fraser Taylor took 4-21 to stop Goatacre at 175 all out, Andrew Lewis scoring 64 for the beaten side.