A HAT-TRICK from Charlie Gillet fired the Wheatsheaf to their seventh win of the season as they dismantled Swindon Centurians Spectrum 6-1 away from home.

The hosts were in fact ahead at the interval, courtesy of an own goal, before the away side turned on the style in the final 45 minutes.

Alongside Gillet’s treble, Danny Morton, Clint Lomax and Matthew Hams were also on target in the Premier Division clash to see out a comeback victory.

The weather caused a number of fixtures to be postponed, but that wasn’t an issue for Ramsbury, as they played out a 4-2 defeat at home to high-flying Bakers Arms.

Cameron Lee pinched a double for the hosts, but it wasn’t enough as Ryan Welland and Ashton Glover registered braces to snatch all three points for the away outfit.

The third and final top tier fixture was between Ashton Keynes and Swindon Spitfires, with the latter running out 3-2 winners.

Spitfires, who were away from home, gifted their hosts a goal to accompany Steven Andrews’ strike.

However, the visiting team were able to claim an all-important third to seal the victory deep into the second half to clinch a narrow victory.

The weekend’s weather meant that Tawny Owl were unable to play their fixture with Lower Stratton, while the tie between Wroughton Reserves and Stratton Juniors was also postponed. Supermarine DC and FC Dorcan was the third game to be cancelled off in the top flight.

In Division One, Highworth Town Development oversaw a routine 2-0 win away to Haydon Wick thanks to Brandon Fenwick, who scored both goals to take his tally for the season up to 10 in 14 appearances.

Ruby Removals were slightly more convincing in their weekend clash, as they swept Moredon aside 17-1 to remain top of the table with their 10th win of the campaign.

Alex Street’s goal proved to be nothing more than a consolation for Swindon AFC as Marlborough Reserves, who are second in the table but nine points behind Ruby Removals, picked up a 2-1 win after Ben Crame and Jamie Carvalho notched.

After sharing the points with Redhouse, Village Inn will be the happier of the two teams as they came back from two goals down to register a 3-3 draw at home.

Daniel Ricketts got two for Redhouse, in addition to Ryan Thackray’s strike.

Bottom-of-the-table Brockhill United weren’t given the chance to end their five-game losing streak as their game with New Town All Stars fell victim to the elements, while North Swindon WMC had their trip to Chiseldon called off.