Weekend 20 Division One Match Reviews

Weekend Headlines

  • Sports4Pinehurst still chasing Division One top spot
  • Core Construction leap frog Marlborough and Haydon Wick
  • Lower Stratton compete for top three
  • Wroughton Reserves dominate Moredon FC

Divison One

Chiseldon 1 Sports4Pinehurst 5
No Scorer Given Jonathan Peachey Score x 2, Brad Stanners x 2, Jake Robinson
Sport4Pinehurst moved just one point off the top after their 5-1 win at Chiseldon.

The home team started well but couldn’t hold off a very confident Sports side.

Jonathan Peachey-Score and Brad Stanners both managed two goals apiece with Jake Robinson also finding the back of the net.

This makes it 4 wins in a row for Pinehurst and puts them in great contention for that coveted league title.


Core Construction 3 Swindon AFC 1
No Scorer Given Nico Manolis
This was a game of two halves, going into half time 0-0 and very much on level pegging.

Core Construction came out in the second half with a fire under them, three times finding the back of the net.

Swindon AFC’s Nico Manolis did manage to get a consolation goal for his team but sadly was not enough for them to pick up anymore points.

This leaves them still fighting at the bottom of the league table with not long now to go until the end of the season.


Lower Stratton 2 Marlborough Reserves 0
No Scorers Given
Lower Stratton have put themselves in title contention after a 2-0 win against Marlborough Reserves this weekend.

Marlborough couldn’t seem to find any footing in the match and had no reply to Stratton’s two goals and superb defence.

This result leaves Stratton in 4th position in the league, only 2 points behind the current leaders Lyneham with 2 games in hand.


Moredon FC 0 Wroughton Reserves 3
 No Scorer Darryl Chambers, Mikey Thompson x 2
Wroughton Reserves close in on Stratton Juniors after a 3-0 win against Moredon FC.

Both teams were on on equal footing at the half time mark so really could’ve been anyone’s match.

Wroughton came out of the blocks quicker Darryl Chambers scoring first, closely followed by a brace from Mikey Thompson. The clock ticked down, and Moredon ran out of time for a comeback.

Both teams remain in 6th and 7th position in the league despite this result, although there is now a 6 point gap between them.


No Games this Week for Lyneham / New Town All Stars