NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Hot-shot Jackson certainly has a Bonny scoring record for St Ives Rangers Reserves while prolific McPartlin is starrting for Ramsey Pavilion

PUBLISHED: 16:18 07 November 2017

St Ives Rangers Reserves, pictured ahead of a recent game, are back row, left to right, Darrel Barreto-White, Jacob Redford, Dale Burke, Mike Emery, Kennan Burke, Alex Merry, Ash Clifton, Hadleigh Liddle, front row, Craig DuBose, Oli Khabiri, Jamie Perry, Sonny Rumbold, Jackson Bonny, Kyle Laud and Jack Rayner.

St Ives Rangers Reserves, pictured ahead of a recent game, are back row, left to right, Darrel Barreto-White, Jacob Redford, Dale Burke, Mike Emery, Kennan Burke, Alex Merry, Ash Clifton, Hadleigh Liddle, front row, Craig DuBose, Oli Khabiri, Jamie Perry, Sonny Rumbold, Jackson Bonny, Kyle Laud and Jack Rayner.

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St Ives Rangers Reserves went top of Division 5B last Saturday – thanks to a slice of revenge which featured a hat-trick from the hottest shot in the Cambs League

Craig DuBose’s side won 9-2 at AFC Christchurch to avenge the only defeat of their debut season to date - in the reverse fixture on the opening day.

They have since reeled off eight successive wins in all competitions and Jackson Bonny has been a key figure in their success.

His treble last Saturday took him to the top of the league’s scoring charts with 18 goals in eight games.

Jamie Perry and Jack Rayner both scored twice, with Sonny Rumbold and Hadleigh Liddle also on target for the Rangers outfit.

Ramsey Pavilion boast another prolific player. Kyle McPartlin has hit hat-tricks in his last two appearances for the Division 2B side.

The second of those came in a 6-2 win at Mepal Sports last Saturday. McPartlin also hit another treble the following day when playing for Ramsey Rangers in the Huntingdonshire Sunday League.

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