GREYHOUND and Penhill United will fly the flag for the Swindon Sunday League in the last eight of the Wiltshire Sunday Cup after both sides eased through their last 16 ties.

Greyhound prevailed against their league stablemates Highworth Town Sunday 5-0, while Penhill United had a similarly easy passage through, swamping Chippenham & District Sunday League outfit FC Lacock 8-1.

Elsewhere, there was disappointment for Atletico Marlborough, who were nudged out of the competition by Chippenham League side Corsham CC Wildcats 4-3.

Croft Juniors also went close, going all the way to extra time against Melksham Town Sunday, who eventually prevailed 3-2.

In the only Division One clash to take place on Sunday, Jovial Monk picked up their first win of the season as they edged out AFC Freshbrook 3-2 at Penhill Recreation Ground.

Honours were even in the Division Two clash between Save On Tyres and Wanborough, who shared a 3-3 draw.

And Stratton Saints secured only their second victory of the campaign as they managed to edge out high-flying Purton Red House 4-3.

Rudis had few problems in their match against Swindon Athletic, whom they comfortably defeated 4-0.

AFC Mannington made it 10 wins from 10 matches as they continued to head the Division Three standings.

They inflicted a ninth straight league defeat on rock-bottom Sevenfields United, comfortably winning 4-1.

Cricklade Park Rangers remained in a distant second place as they won their second-versus-third battle against PSV Swindon 6-2.

Winless side Paxton House United were involved in a 12-goal thriller against Charles Geddes, but came out on the wrong end of a 7-5 scoreline.

There was a first draw of the season for both Smart Movers and Swindon Rovers, who shared a 2-2 scoreline.

In the Chairman’s Trophy, top-flight Rodbourne Real romped into the semi-finals as they thrashed Division Three Northern Lights 11-2 in their last-eight tussle.