Trophy holders looking for more cup success

RP Clarke Sheds & Fencing sponsored WG Parr Trophy holders, Bath Road took another step to regaining the trophy they won back in 2019, a 4-0 defeat of Biddestone sees them on 6 points which is enough for them to finish in the top two of Group B.

Goals for Nick Mills and Aiden Jackson gave Bath Road a 2-0 interval lead. Jack Sanderson doubled-up in the second half to complete the quartet.


The Castle FC 2 Bremhill View 1
The Castle who were held to a draw by Biddestone in their opening Group B game, are back in the hunt for a semi-final spot after they beat Bremhill View 2-1.

The result means that Tom Perkins side now have an excellent chance of making it through to the last four of the
competition even if they suffer defeat at Bath Road next weekend.

Dan Sloane opened the scoring for the Castle when he turned home an Ash Huntley corner. Bremhill View restored parity though Jake Taylor who was on hand to bundle the ball home after Castle’s keeper Adam Walters had kept the
initial effort out with a superb save.

Five minutes from time Nathan Emm headed home a Dan Slone free kick to earn Castle their win.


Old Road FC 3 Fox & Hounds (Warminster) FC 0
A 3-0 victory for first division Old Road away at second division Fox & Hounds (Warminster) saw them register their first points in Group A of the WG Parr Trophy quarter-finals.

An own goal, Matt Sparado and a penalty from Seamus Nickless-Mooney earned Old Road their win, and if they avoid defeat at Chippenham Icons in a weeks’ time they will be in the final 4.


Lavis FC 4 Chippenham Icons FC 1
The heavyweight clash between first division stable mates Lavis FC and Chippenham Icons went the way of the former, the 4-1 success for Aaron Latchem’s team gives them maximum points from their two outings so far so unless they implode next week when they face Fox & Hounds they will be in the semi-finals.

Ashton Shanley’s long range effort into the bottom corner cancelled out Matt Harvey’s goal for the Icons.
Nick Taylor headed home a second for Lavis, Jack Booth’s excellent free kick made it 3-1 before Mark Maguire added number 4 from the penalty spot.

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