- Dorcan double up on Spectrum
- Bulldogs go joint top with Deers 2 points behind in 3rd place
- Centurians gain revenge after last weekends game
- Lower Stratton prevent Moredon making it 3 wins from 3
- Core run riot on Marlborough
- Old Town dominate Chissey
- Lyneham in a different class hitting 18 to top the table
|FC Dorcan 3||Spectrum 1|
|Dorcan control proceedings as they pick up back to back wins.|
|North Swindon 1||Bassett Bulldogs 3|
|Ryan Wright||Craig Hunt, Jason Hudson x2|
|A brace from Hudson secures all 3 points to ensure the Bulldogs go joint top.|
|Ramsbury 1||Deers Leap 7|
|Ross Murawski||Jason McGovern
Scott Chilcott x 2
Ashton Glover x 3
|Deers Leap get back to form with a devastating performance and comprehensive win against Ramsbury who were unable to get any real foothold in the game.|
|Swindon Centurians 3||Village Inn 1|
|No Scorer given|
|A physical game saw Centurians come out on top as Village Inn struggle to find any consistency in their performances|
|Swindon Spitfires p||Tawny Owl p|
|Haydonwick 3||Stratton Juniors 3|
|A very tight and tense game ended in a 3 – 3 draw which saw Haydon Wick come back from 3-1 behind.
Stratton took the lead in the 34 min and maintained their lead going in to half time. Haydon Wick came out for the second half with a higher tempo and get the equaliser from a set piece. A cross in to the crowded Juniors box saw Ricketts climb highest to put in a great header in to the bottom corner leaving the goalkeeper helpless.
Stratton picked up the pace themselves and scored a 66th minute header followed up by a scramble which gave them a comfortable 3-1 lead. Haydon Wick refused to lay down and a managed to pull a goal back courtesy of a great run and finish from Flatman.
With time ticking down, Haydon Wick still chasing the game, Gratton was brought on to bolster their attacking game. This proved an invaluable substitution as Gratton found space in the box and with his first touch, slotted the ball past the keeper to level the game.
|Lower Stratton 2||Moredon 2|
|Marlborough Res 2||Core Construction 7|
|No Scorers Given|
|The opening half saw both sides working hard but neither side really taking hold of the game and this resulted in few chances and the games remained scoreless going in to half time.
Core came out of the second half the stronger of the two sides and opened their account from the Penalty spot. With their tails up, unlike the first half, chances were being created and goals were being scored as Core found the net time and time again.
Marlborough did get a two goals back one of which came from a stunning Hill effort from 24 yards for what must surely have been the goal of the game.
|Old Town 10||Chiseldon 1|
|Aaron Williams x 3
Steven Low x 2
Alex Hammond x 2
|With Chissy picking up their first point of the season, they went in to the game with some confidence. This was sadly short lived as Old Town opened their account early in the game and proceeded to dominate nearly all aspects of the game.
Chissy did manage to take something from the game as Salter timed his run to beat the offside trap and calmly rounded the keeper to tap in to an empty net.
|Swindon AFC 0
|Jordan Thompson x 6
Mark Holt x 4
Mike Jones x 3
John Demellweek x 3
|With Lyneham in fine form and pushing for the top slot going in to the Christmas period it was always going to be a tough game for the only pointless team in the league.
Whilst Swindon tried to play football they were over powered by a well drilled and efficient Lyneham side and trailed 6-0 at half time. The second half offered no letup for Swindon AFC as Lyneham dominated the game and proceeded to score some great goals as well as capitalising ruthlessly on Swindon AFC mistakes.
|Wroughton 5||New Town All Stars 1|
|Jamie Pidgeon x 2
Mikey Thompson x 2
|A young Wroughton side looked comfortable throughout the game as new team Allstars were struggled to keep hold of the ball.
A brace from Pidgeon and Thompson saw Wroughton picking up all 3 points whilst New Town did manage to pick up a consulation goal via a Stephen Jackson effort.