Toolstation Western League Premier Division

Wellington 3, Bridgwater Town 1

WELLINGTON sealed a league double over Bridgwater Town with a comfortable victory on Good Friday.

The Tangerines won the reverse fixture 2-0 on Boxing Day and it was an equally filthy day this time around, while there was plenty of interest in the two teams - Bridgwater were fielding ex-Wellington stars Connor Sidley-Adams and Jack Taylor, while Sam Towler had turned down a move to the Robins earlier in the season.

Perhaps inevitably it was Towler who struck first, handing Wellington an 18th-minute lead just moments after the hosts had struck the bar.

The Tangerines doubled their advantage from the spot just shy of the half-hour mark, with Ian Bellinger slotting home after Mike Duffy had been penalised for a foul in the box.

Glen Wright made it three shortly after the interval and Wellington survived a consolation from Tom Llewellyn as well as a sending off on 72 minutes to see out the three points.

Next up for Welly is a trip to Cadbury Heath on Monday.

Toolstation Western League First Division

Bishops Lydeard 4, Chard Town 2

BISHOPS Lydeard also enjoyed derby success on Good Friday, defeating Chard Town 4-2.

The hosts flew out the traps and were 2-0 up inside five minutes through Ryan Brereton - after just 40 seconds - and a penalty from Mark Clunie.

Chard pulled one back after quarter of an hour through Ryan Parris but Lydeard restored their two-goal advantage on the stroke of half-time as Jordan Lovibond finished a fine move.

Liam Cleal set up an exciting second half by reducing the arrears to 3-2 shortly after the restart, and it took Brereton's second three minutes from time to finally settle Lydeard nerves.

On Monday, Lydeard travel to Chippenham Park.