Amanda’s out of luck
AMANDA Godfrey s drive against the crossbar was as good as it got for Huntingdon Town Ladies as they went down to a 2-0 defeat at Lakenheath. Town dominated much of the match in terms of possession but were unable to force the ball into the net as they sl
AMANDA Godfrey's drive against the crossbar was as good as it got for Huntingdon Town Ladies as they went down to a 2-0 defeat at Lakenheath.
Town dominated much of the match in terms of possession but were unable to force the ball into the net as they slumped to defeat.
Terry Petriellos' reign as manager of Ramsey Reserves got off to the best possible start as his side won 3-0 at Stamford thanks to two goals from Adam Rothery and one from Stew Bailey.
Eight second-half goals saw Ramsey A thrash Chatteris 9-1. Calvin Ashfield led the way with four while James Fairhurst, Damien Merrill, Mark Pannet and Lewis Petriello also found the net.
A goal conceded just before the break saw Somersham Town slump to a 4-0 defeat against Fulbourn, while Somersham Reserves drew 1-1 at Isleham.
Peterborough Premier League side Alconbury moved seventh in the table with a 5-2 victory against struggling Crowland. Shakeel Tolcher was the hat-trick hero, while Lee Deane added the other two. Shaun Day scored the only goal as the reserves beat Oundle 1-0.
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Hampton will meet Yaxley in the Hunts Senior Cup semi-finals after they defeated Great Paxton 3-0.