Results & Review: Week 13

Weekend Headlines

  • Penalty miss costs Centurians
  • FC continue purple patch with four wins from four
  • Village late winner share points with Deers
  • Coxs hattrick win against Ramsbury
  • Tawny still unbeaten
  • Core win against rivals
  • Old Town go top

Premier Division

Bassett Bulldogs 3 Swindon Centurians 0
Jason Hudson x 3 No Score
Bulldogs kept up the pace with the league leaders today after a convincing 3-0 win Jason Hudson carried on his fine form in front of goal with his hat trick taking his tally for the season to 20 goals in 13 games


North Swindon 3 FC Dorcan 7
No Scorers Given Jimmy Horwood, Brendan Shaw x2, Joe Gentleman x2, Adam Wooley, Jake Kitchin
Well contested game but FC come out winners from a brace apiece from Brendan Shaw and Joe Gentleman


Spectrum 1 Tawny Owl 6
Aaron Northcott Jack Allen x3, Lewis Waldon x2, Mark Belcher
Spectrum went 1-0 up from Aaron Northcott. In a very close game upto tawny getting to 3-1 then tawny got stronger and dominated the game after


Village Inn 1 Deers Leap 1
Craig Alexabder Aiden Williams
End to end took Deers the 32 min before they scored from a counterattack going in the half strong 1-0 up second half same deers missing many chances and village put presure and found a gap and scored in 85 min deers still going to get the winner but ran out of time


Ramsbury 0 Swindon Spitfires 4
No Score Michael Cox x3, Samuel Long
A hattrick from Michael Cox secured the game with Sam Long’s goal putting it out of the reach for Ramsbury


Division One

Core Construction 8 Moredon 1
Todd Mears, Marcin Kowalski, Liam Kearns x3, Richie Miles x3 Tom Goodey
Core started well and were 2-0 up at half time, continuing to get another 4 before Moerdon got a penalty as a consolation goal. Man of the match was Core’s Striker Richie Miles


Marlborough Res Lyneham


New Town All Stars 1 Lower Stratton 7
No Scorer Given No Scorers Given
Lower Stratton controlled the game from start to finsih


Sports4Pinehurst 0 Old Town 4
No Score Aaron Williams x2, Jesse McGowan, Anton Webb
A well contested game but Sports had no reply to Old Town, taking them to top of table


Stratton Juniors 3 Swindon AFC 0
Kye Macieszonek, Moses Naisarani, Will Miller No Score
Swindon were on a high from their first win just before the break but Stratton had other ideas and scored 3 past them, but all credit to Swindon’s defence which stopped them scoring more than 3


Wroughton 4 Chiseldon 1
Aaron Smith
Wroughton continue their winning ways with a single goal from Chiseldon’s Aaron Smith not enough to test them