MATT Unwin continued his fine form for Corsham 2nd as he struck a century in the Division One leaders’ 138-run success over Avebury.

After his match-winning half-century against Nationwide House the previous week, Unwin’s 122 was the cornerstone of Corsham’s 275-2, with Charley Reed also hitting 87, against Avebury, who were bowled out for 137, with Ned Jones claiming 5-25 from his nine overs.

A solid bowling display from Swindon 2nd helped them to a four-wicket win over Box.

Harry Chevis led the way with 3-14 from 8.3 overs, while Josh Weaver took 3-37 and Connor O’Shea picked up 3-39 as the visitors to the County Ground were bowled out for 158.

Swindon then reached their target with more than three overs to spare with Sean Parker hitting 53, while Box’s Richard Foley claimed 2-12 from his nine overs.

Division Two

Warminster 2nd claimed a one-wicket success at Biddestone 2nd thanks to an unbeaten 90 from Joe Dufosee.

Chasing 160, Warminster got home in the penultimate over thanks to Dufosee’s fine innings.

Earlier, Biddestone’s Aiden Andrews hit 85 as his team were dismissed for 159, with Warminster’s Graham Cuthbertson picking up 5-28.

Division Three

Swindon United Churches defeated Keevil by 97 runs in a high-scoring match to make it six victories on the trot.

The hosts won the toss and asked Churches to bat first, with Jimmy Mann striking a rapid 30 before falling. Fellow opener Matt Shadwick quickly followed to leave the visitors on 42-2.

Daniel Hunt (44) then played a fine anchor role to Chris Gilchrist’s impressive hitting, 43 from 27 balls, as they shared a 61-run third-wicket stand.

From 103-2, Churches slumped to 105-5 before wicketkeeper Mark Defty 89 helped his side to 282-7 with Bilal Hussain (44 not out) striking 26 off the final over.

Gilchrist then led the way with ball for Churches as he claimed 3-37 as Keevil were bowled for 185 with Rich Martin chipping in with 2-30 and Daniel Hunt 2-21.

Division Four

Combe Down got back to winning ways with victory over Marlborough at The Glasshouse After putting the visitors in first, Marlborough saw Steve Jones hit 31 in an opening stand of 46 before Matt Howes (5-24) and Ramkumar Vijayakumar (3-25) ripped through the batting to dismiss their opposition for 107.

Combe secured the five-wicket success in the 28th over, with Tom Hulbert hitting 47.

Division Five

Sam Smith’s six-wicket haul helped set Biddestone 3rd on their way to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Bathford.

The visitors were bowled out for 131, with Smith claiming 6-31, while Ryan Berry chipped in with 3-36.

Mark Merriman then hit an unbeaten 54 as Biddestone reached their target with more than nine overs to spare.

Melksham suffered a three-wicket loss to Royal Wotton Bassett 3rd.

Joe Veacock struck 71 and a quick-fire 48 from skipper Rich Hemmings saw Melksham reach 190 before they were bowled out.

Jack Footner then picked up three wickets, but hosts Bassett, led by Mark Vincent’s 69, got home in the 42nd over.

Division Six

George Dunford’s 5-28 and Dom Shearn’s 3-15 helped Devizes 2nd skittle their Winsley counterparts for 75.

Jacob Rogers then struck an unbeaten 42 as Devizes got home in the 19th overs.

Division Seven

Malmesbury 2nd won their bottom-of-the-table clash with Swindon B to open up a 26-point gap between themselves and their hosts.

Batting first, Swindon B were dismissed for 144 in the 40th over with Malmesbury’s James Nickson claiming 4-16 from nine overs.

Nickson then hit 55 for the visitors as they eased home by seven wickets in the 30th over.

Division Eight

Trowbridge 3rd maintained their lead at the top of the table with a 106-run success at Bathford 2nd.

Ritesh Pal (132 not out) and Hayden Lloyd (101) helped the leaders post 278-2 from their 45 overs before Trowbridge then restricted their hosts to 172-8 in reply.

Division Nine

Andy Marsh’s 6-8 from 7.1 overs helped Biddestone 3rd to a 74-run success over Goatacre 4th.

The visitors had been bowled out for 103, with Ashley Boswell hitting a half-century for Biddestone.

Marsh then proceeded to rip through Goatacre as they were skittled for 29 in 15th over.