A full allocation of Premier League in the Shoestrings-Chargrill Sponsored Chippenham & District Sunday Football League, brought many goals. Lets take a look at the action.
AFC Melksham 12-0 Chippenham Icons
Super 7 For Talmash Blows Away The Icons
In what was thought to be a tough match to call on paper, this match was always going to be tough for The Icons as they were low on numbers this week and started with bare minimum of 11, albeit still a strong 11.
AFC started like team on fire scoring first through Martin Johnson which was followed by a Jack Woolsgrove header. Rhys Talmash then started his personal goal fest by dispatching a penalty and then continued to score at will as Melksham’s passing game across the park was really stretching the Icons’ threadbare side.
With not even 20 minutes on the clock Talmash grabbed his second and Malksham’s fourth and another from Woolsgrove and Talmash’s hattrick meant that the halftime score was 6-0.
In all Talmash ended with 7 goals, Woolsgrove with 3 and he even had the added luxury of missing another spot kick. Although he only finished with the 1 goal, Martin Johnson was the creative influence throughout and Zachary Hillier also scored a fine drive.
Despite his scoring masterclass Talmash reserved special praise for young defender Ollie Clarke for the man of the match award and goalkeeper Adam Dhimsa saved no fewer than 3 one on one chances which suggests that AFC Melksham did not have things all their own way throughout the 90 minutes.
Corsham Wildcats FC 1-5 FC Devizes United
A Game Of Two Walters & Anderson Halves
The first half was quite a tight affair but a Jay Walters brace was the difference as they went in at the break 2-1 up. Lewis McCarron grabbing the reply for Wildcats.
But the second half belonged to Kassa Anderson as he himself scored a brace and with Gabe Costello adding another unanswered goal, it is a great start to life in the Premier Division for Devizes.
Semington FC 0-7 FC Lacock
Lacock Looking On The Bright Side Of Life
FC Lacock are keeping up with the pace being set in the Premier Division as they backed up their opening day victory with a resounding 7-0 win over Semington FC at Little Marsh.
It seems like it was cruise control for much of the match for Lacock and Semington really struggled with the strength in depth the Lacock have with their forward line.
Josh Bright carried on where he left off last week with another match-ball, Nick Mills scored twice and a goal apiece from Billy Gleed and Luke Clements competed the rout.