ASHTON Keynes were the big winners in the Swindon & District League this weekend as they thumped Swindon Supermarine DC 10-0.

Ben Mutlow, Barnaby Chackwick and Steven Andrews notched twice, while most of the plaudits will go to Nick Gregory who hit four for the Premier Division high-flyers.

In Division One, John Rouse’s goal was unable to prevent Moredon suffering their fourth defeat of the season after they were edged out 2-1 by the visiting New Town All Stars.

Haydon Wick moved to within a point of AFC Swindon after beating their hosts 6-1 in what was their first win of the season.

While league fixtures were few and far between, there were plenty of George Thomas/Don Rogers Cup ties over the weekend.

Luke Murphy put in a five-star performance as his five goals helped FC Dorcan to a 13-1 win at home to Highworth Town Development to book their place in the second round.

George Bouverie-Brine bagged a hat-trick, Jimmy Horwood and Joel Afori both registered a brace, while Dominic Swan claimed a solitary effort for the winners.

There were seven goals between Village Inn and Swindon Centurians Spectrum, with the former coming out on top in a 4-3 cup win.

Sam McVeigh led the way for the hosts with two goals, in addition to Joe White and Craig Alexander’s efforts.

Nathan Peters and Ricky Hewitson were on target for the visitors, the latter collected two goals.

North Swindon WMC turned in a professional display at home to beat Brockhill United, Aiden Williams got two while Liam Ballard also notched.

In the Swindon Advertiser Cup, Bakers Arms made the most of their home advantage as they dispatched Wroughton Reserves 6-1.

Morgan Watts registered for Wroughton, but was cancelled out as Phillip Mapstone Jason McGovern, Ryan Welland and Ashton Glover added to Byron O’Regan’s double.

Swindon Spitfires were dumped out of the competition following a 4-1 loss at home to Lower Stratton, Jamie Stones, Jamie Saunders, Robert Clark and Richard Clark all scored.

Stratton Juniors scraped through with a 2-1 win away to Wheatsheaf, thanks to goals from Devon Brown and Callum Staffell.

Aaron Smith’s goal for Chiseldon proved to be nothing more than a consolation after they were beaten 6-1 by Ruby Removals.