WG Parr Trophy – Round 1 – Week 6

Week 6 saw the first round of matches in the RP Clarke Sheds & Fencing WG Parr Trophy in the Shoestrings-Chargrill Sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday Football League.

Group A:

Semington FC 4-3 Beeches FC

Semington Edge Tight Affair

Semington edged this 7 goal thriller against their currently patchy Division 1 opponents Beeches FC.

Despite Goals from Simon Kent, Joseph Cragg and talisman Stev Ball, Semington took the spoils through Christopher Dore, Sean Meer, Robert Mitchell and substitute Stuart Barber.

Staverton Rangers (Sunday) FC 1-2 Dyson Institute

Institute Beat Divisional Rivals

Dyson Institute picked up the points in this all Division 3 Group A clash against Staverton Rangers.

Ewan Hammond and Michael Kale were the heroes for Institute whilst Chris Dadson, on as a substitute scored for Staverton.

Westbury Celtic 3-7 Audley FC

Audley Triumph In Entertaining Match

In another all Division 3 clash it was Audley FC who prevailed against Westbury Celtic by 7 goals to 3.

Despite the best efforts of stalwart Marc Lanfear who bagged a brace alongside a MacKenzie Marshaman strike meaning that an entertaining first half ended 3 apiece.

However, Audley then proceeded to take control as Celtic tired somewhat and the score line finished 7-3. Gareth Jones(3), Matty Harvey(2) and Kieran Tarrant(2) accounted for Audley’s goals.

Group B:

Old Road FC 4-1 Biddestone FC

Road Take The Spoils In Group B Match Up

It was Old Road who took the spoils here against Division 1 Biddestone FC thanks to a hattrick from Izaak Swallows and a Louis Hoof goal.

Louis Harriss scored Biddestone’s consolation.

Sutton Benger FC 3-6 Steeple Ashton FC

Ashton Claim Huge Victory In Group B

Steeple Ashton are quickly becoming somewhat of a bogey team for Sutton Benger as they finished on top in this encounter.

A topsy turvey match from the off saw Ashton take advantage of a slow start by Benger and race into a 2goal lead through Tom A’Court and Adam Gough but Benger then toom the game by the scruff of the neck to go into a 3-2 lead thanks to James Hernandez, a Rob Jenkins deflected strike, his first for the club and Ethan Jones.

However the loss of influential centre back, Alex Bell proved costly as Ashton struck again before half time once again through A’Court to make it 3-3 at the interval.

Ashton struck three unanswered goals to take the win to the delight of manager Dale Raine with A’Court completing his hattrick and Fadi Forehali and Oscar Keen completing the scoring.