THERE was no game for second-placed Bridgwater Town Ladies First Team as they were due to play Ashton Ladies who have withdrawn from the league.

There were goals galore in Division Two as Bridgwater Town Ladies Reserves travelled to Ilminster Town Reserves and came away with a 12-2 victory - and this was the lowest scoring game of the three in the division on the day.

In the other games a total of 55 goals were scored with division leaders Victoria Sports continuing to find the net rather easily as they beat Wellington 22-0 - Sports' goal tally is now; scored 121, conceded 5 after just 8 games.

Bridgwater Town Ladies play a team from the Royal Navy at Fairfax Park on Wednesday with a 7.30pm kick off.

The teams met in a similar fixture last season with the Navy winning an entertaining game 2-0. Town Ladies are out for revenge this time around.