Week 7 Review: Juniors End Ashton Winning Streak Whilst Tawny Fly High


Ashton Keynes entertained Stratton Juniors and would have been expecting to maintain their 100% win streak after their opponents have had a slow start to the season.

Juniors had other ideas and brought the winning streak to an end picking up their first league win of the season. It was a closely fought game with Keynes creating a number of chances but their only goal of the game came through a neat finish from Chris Field, but it wasn’t enough as Juniors scored twice to claim all 3 points. 


Tawny Owl were the other side at the top of the table with a 100% win rate and that remained as they put in a dominating performance against Ramsbury running out 7-2 win winners.

Ramsbury worked hard and did get a few goals thanks to efforts from Max Derrick and Adam Elmer but that was the only ray of sunshine in what was a commanding performance from the league leaders.

Ahston Keynes lost meant FC Dorcan 2-0 victory, over undefeated Wheatsheaf, allowed them jump in to 2nd place in the Premier Division. Dorcans victory came thanks to a single goal in each half thanks to Harry Osborne and Luke Murphy.


Kyle Bowyer scored both Swindon Supermarine DC goals as they played out a compelling 2-2 draw against Wroughton Reserves

ChiseldonFC_BadgeIn the first division, Village Inn and Chiseldon played out a 3-3 draw at Sevenfields in what was a very entertaining fixture.

Jack Karpinski gave Chiseldon an early lead before Craig Alexander volleyed home a rebound to level. Both sides were creating chances and it was down to some slack finishing and some good goalkeeping that the scores remained level.

As the half progressed, Luke Robinson fired home a 30 yard thunderbolt of a shot to score the goal of the game and put Chiseldon in to 2-1 lead which they held on to going in to half time.

Village Inn came out quicker in the 2nd half  and Ryan Cormack levelled the game up after taking advantage of a mix up in the Chiseldon’s defence.

Chiseldon regained the lead with when a James Lovell header found the back of the net from a corner to give the visitors a 3-2 lead going in to the last 10 minutes.

With the game entering injury time, Village Inn broke quickly and with just seconds left on the clock, Cormack pounced on a Chiseldon mis-kick to slot home in to an empty net to level the game up.

RedhouseFC_badgeRedhouse bounced back from three consecutive defeats to record a comfortable 4-0 win over Moredon. Daniel Ricketts scored a brace for the home side whilst Aaron Hewitt and substitute Ryan Thackray  found the back of the net as Redhouse returned to winning ways in convincing fashion.

Ruby Removals made it six wins out six to top the standings courtesy of their resounding 8-0 win at Swindon AFC. Jason Milhench was the star of the show, bagging a hat-trick whilst Steven Nesbitt scored a brace.

Godfrey Chlanga, Marcin Kowalski and substitute Lee Hayward were also on target at St Joesphs College to round off a comfortable three points for the away side.

Marlborough Reserves also extended their winning run in the league to five matches with a 3-0 success at Haydon Wick. Nathan Good, Ben Crame and an own goal were enough for the visitors at Moredon Rec to remain hot on the heels of the league leaders.



Meanwhile, in the Swindon Advertiser Cup, Lower Stratton knocked out North Swindon WMC with a 3-1 win. Jack Doult, Steve Norriss and Diogo Casiniro condemned North Swindon to a first round exit who had Ryan Baxter on target with a consolation goal.

BrockhillUnited_BadgeBakers Arms knocked out Brockhill United after beating the Division One basement dwellers 8-2. Ashton Glover proved too hot to handle for the away side as he came away with a five-goal haul.

Jason McGovern, Arran Northcott and Peter Smith also scored for the hosts whilst Stephen Jackson and Dion Titcombe’s goals were not enough for the visitors.

New Town All Stars progressed to the next round courtesy of a 3-1 win at Swindon Centurians Spectrum. A James Lewis brace and Carl Wyatt’s strike condemned the Premier Division outfit to defeat against the Division One side. Ricky Hewitson was on target from the penalty spot for hosts.


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