SWINDON Supermarine wrapped up a comfortable 4-0 victory over Cinderford Town at the Webbswood Stadium yesterday.

Dave Webb's men were a goal to the good at half-time as Aaron Woodley fired him a left-footer to give his side the lead.

Cinderford's task became even harder in the second period as Craig Norman was sent off for a second bookable offence and Josh Parsons increased the pain with a double to leave Marine in cruise control.

Brad Gray then marked his return to the club as he fired home from long range to wrap up the three points.

Marine travel to face Cirencester Town on Boxing Day (3pm).

In the Hellenic League Premier Division leaders Highworth Town did their damage in the first half as they saw off Ascot United 3-0.

Jason Milhench got the ball rolling for Jeff Roberts' men after just two minutes and, 100 minutes before the break, doubled his side's advantage.

Wayne Turk added the third four minutes later.

Highworth go to Royal Wootton Bassett Town on Boxing Day, but Bassett will go into that clash off the back of a disappointing 3-1 home defeat by bottom side Highmoor-Ibis.

Kieran Maylen, Ricardo Catlyn and Bailey Roffe netted for the visitors as Gio Wrona hit Bassett's sole response.

Fairford Town went down to a 3-2 defeat at Binfield, with veteran striker Ian Davies scoring his 150th goal in Binfield colours to secure the win.

Town produced a spirited second-half display including a goal from debutant Conor Lynch, but were unable to take a share of the spoils.

The visitors returned to action after a two-week day lay-off and made changes to the line-up, with striker Liam Gale and Martin Hall included in the starting XI, whilst new loan signing from Hungerford – Conor Lynch – was named on the bench.

The hosts, who went into the game in sixth, made a fast start and were 2-0 up inside the half hour. Josh Howell struck first to open the scoring before Will Shaw doubled the advantage.

The scoreline remained the same until just after the hour and with Fairford looking more dangerous after the break, Jody Bevan’s men got back into the game.

A loose ball back to the keeper was intercepted by Gale who rounded Henry Craven in the Binfield goal to make it 2-1 with 64 minutes played.

Loan striker Lynch was then introduced for his Fairford Town debut, having joined the Reds having scored nine goals in 15 games for Letcombe.

Fairford were then back on level terms with 15 minutes remaining as debutant Lynch grabbed his first goal for the club.

However, the visitors grabbed the points thanks to veteran striker Davies, who notched his 11th goal in 18 games to seal the win.

In Division One West, Shrivenham drew 1-1 at Easington Sports, for home Joe Eyre opened the scoring on five minutes, Lewis Petrie levelling seven minutes after half-time.

Chippenham Town slumped to a 3-0 home defeat to Bath City in National League South as the Romans gained revenge for a 5-2 reverse at Twerton Park earlier in the season.

On-loan Swindon Town midfielder Tom Smith was the Hardenhuish Park hero for the visiting side, scoring twice, while Jack Compton fired home the other goal from the penalty spot.