Wroughton Reserves suffered a surprisingly heavy defeat in Division One of the Swindon & District Football League after they were beaten 8-0 by Kintbury Rangers Reserves, writes Mike Jones.
Hat-tricks from Aidan Maycock and Daniel Chamberlain, as well as goals from Luke Johnson and Dee Rowswell put an end to Kintbury’s two-game losing streak.
Kintbury had previously suffered 5-1 and 2-0 cup defeats to Ascot Reserves and Blunsdon respectively and the win over Wroughton maintained their 100 per cent league record.
Blunsdon lead the race for the Division One title, six points ahead of Kintbury but having played three more games.
In Division Two, Brockhill picked up a crucial point in a 2-2 draw with FC Abbeymeads although they remain bottom of the table with just seven points out of a possible 45.
Elsewhere, Moredon picked up their seventh league win of the season as they beat Cricklade Town Reserves 3-1.
Goals from Dan Tobin, Kieran Dodson and Tom Goodey secured victory for Moredon.
Moredon now trail third-placed Spectrum by just two points and with a game against bottom club Brockhill at the weekend, will be confident of grabbing another three points.
In the Premier Division, leaders Ruby Removals were involved in a 3-1 win, as they took down Wheatsheaf.
Darren Mobey, Jason Milhench and Marcin Kowalski all got a goal each to secure victory.
Second-placed Stratton Juniors dropped points as they drew with Bakers Arms FC 2-2, a result that allowed Ruby Removals to open up a six-point gap at the top of the table.
Ashton Keynes climbed up to third place in the table but had to do it the hard way after falling behind against Lower Stratton.
Second-half goals from Steve Andrews along with an own goal gave Ashton Keynes victory.