Old Town United produced a fine performance to knock Premier Division side Swindon Spitfires out of the Adver Cup, writes Josh Bird.
Old Town started brightly and took the lead through Aaron Williams and after missing several further opportunities, doubled their lead as Stephen Holland stepped up to slot home a penalty.
Swindon Spitfires came out fighting in the second half and pulled a goal back with half an hour remaining but Anton Webb rounded off the scoring by restoring the two goal lead in the 65th minute.
And after seeing his side knock out higher league opposition, Old Town boss Chris Wood was delighted with the performance.
“It was a great team performance right from the start,” he said.
“The lads gave their all, we know what’s at stake and no one wants to get knocked out of the cup.
“Swindon Spitfires are a strong team and hadn’t lost in the league so far so we knew we had to up the tempo and take the game to them.
“We dominated possession and passed well, our finishing could have been better but overall I’m very pleased with the result and looking forward to the next round.”
Meanwhile in the George Thomas Cup, Chiseldon produced a rousing fightback to overcome Sportz Central.
Chiseldon found themselves 2-0 down after two minutes but goals from Luke Mitchell and Tom Davis meant it was level at the break.
Sportz Central were out of the blocks fast again in the second half as they restored a two-goal cushion but late goals from James Lovell (2) and Aaron Smith completed a 5-4 success for Chiseldon.
Ben Leonard, Jordan Lea and Morgan Watts were all on target as Wroughton Reserves also progressed after victory over New Town All Stars whilst Stratton Juniors also won through courtesy of a 4-0 home win over Swindon AFC.
Tawny Owl maintained their 100 percent league record with a 5-2 away win at Ramsbury.
Matthew Darvell scored a brace for the hosts but it wasn’t enough to prevent a sixth straight win for the defending champions.
Deers Leap moved into fourth in the Premier Division standings courtesy of a 6-1 win at Swindon Centurians.
Levi Kuenen scored a hat-trick with Jason McGovern (2) and Daniel Hiscocks also on the score sheet securing a comprehensive victory.
Bartek Bys’ treble helped FC Dorcan to a resounding 6-1 home success over Village Inn.
Jake Kitchin grabbed a brace and Jimmy Horwood also found the net to ensure Dorcan stayed in sixth position.
In the solitary Divison One match, goals from Gavin Kay and Diogo Casiniro couldn’t prevent Lower Stratton from going down at Lyneham 6-2.
Courtesy of Your Sport Swindon