Purton secured their first three points of 2019 with a comfortable victory over local rivals Wroughton.

Purton went into Saturday's match seeking improvement after last week's home defeat Corsham Town Reserves.

With nearly full squad to select from for the first time in weeks making the management team spoilt for for choice when it came to match selection.

Purton started on the front foot, dominating the early exchanges and on 30 minutes broke the deadlock when George Drewitt finished emphatically from the edge of the box.

The visitors lead at half time knowing that Wroughton would come out fighting in the second half, having lost one game all season.

As expected Wroughton did come out stronger creating a couple of chances in the first 10 minutes of the half but Purton defended well.

Purton hit back once again and Will Backhouse made it 2-0 on with a superb shot and wrapped up the game after 80 minutes when Josh Bolton fired a great shot past the home keeper.Wroughton had a chance late on to reduce the score but Purton keeper Luke Kuczynsi denied them saving the spot kick.

A much improved showing by Purton against strong opposition.

This Saturday Purton are at home to Melksham Town Reserves kick off 2.15pm