Darlow gets his kicks from the spot
RAMSEY returned from their Peterborough premier League clash at Leverington with all three points. Ramsey took the lead after 10 minutes through a Jamie Darlow penalty after Joe Thompson was felled in the box. Within five minutes Darlow had dispatched ano
RAMSEY returned from their Peterborough premier League clash at Leverington with all three points. Ramsey took the lead after 10 minutes through a Jamie Darlow penalty after Joe Thompson was felled in the box. Within five minutes Darlow had dispatched another penalty after a home player had handled in the area. A third goal arrived after great move down the left culminated in Chris Talton turning in a superb Simon Short cross.
Darlow completed his hat trick after 35 minutes to send rampant Ramsey 4-0 up at half time. The home side found the net twice in the final four minutes to leave Ramsey 4-2 winners.
Ramsey A took little joy from their visit to Coates and came away with a 4-0 beating.
Goals rained down at Oundle as Alconbury won the match 8-6. The visitor's goals came from Gary Gibbs, Shakeel Tolcher and Karl Gibbs who each scored two and Matthew Radwell and Lee Deane managed one each. Alconbury Reserves took a much needed point in a 2-2 draw at home to AFC Fletton Reserves.
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Warboys' woes continued with a heavy 5-0 trouncing against Netherton. Needingworth crashed heavily at Cottenham, the final score 6-1 to the hosts and their Reserves lost to Pymoor 3-2 at home.
Eaton Socon managed a point at Lakenheath with a 2-2 draw. Fenstanton scored nine goals against Socon Reserves who managed three in reply. Fenstanton scorers were Alex King with a hat-trick, Terry Glynn and Craig Flavell with a brace apiece, Steve Lee and a deflected Dean Butcher strike. Richard Comby notched twice for Socon. Eaton Socon A team remain pointless and bottom of the league after a 6-0 thrashing at Great Shelford.
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Poor results for both Great Paxton who lost 3-1 at home to Girton United and Hemingfords United who went down 1-0 to a late strike at second placed Debden. Hemingfords Reserves matched St Ives Rangers to draw 4-4 with Ives scoring with the last kick of the game and the A side shared the spoils at Cottenham A with a 5-5 draw.
Bluntisham were sent crashing to a 4-1 defeat by March Town United Reserves. Buckden took three much needed points against Gransden Chequers with a 4-2 win and Papworth hammered Great Chishill 6-0. Table toppers Elsworth Sport maintained their lead over the rest when they visited Bassingbourn and held on for a 4-3 win.