Fenstanton are ‘Fuller’ joy after Ben’s quickfire hat-trick

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Ben Fuller smashed a seven-minute hat-trick to help unbeaten Fenstanton retain second place in Division 2B of the Cambs League.

Ben Hall also struck as all their goals in a 4-1 success over Soham United Reserves arrived in the opening 10 minutes of the second half.

But the victory came at a cost as Fenstanton lost defender Darren Bryant to a fractured shoulder while the game was still goalless in the opening period.

Fenstanton face a second-versus-third derby trip to another unbeaten side, Houghton & Wyton this Saturday. Houghton & Wyton won 7-3 at Bluntisham Rangers Reserves last weekend with Lloyd Howard hitting a hat-trick.

Offord extended their unbeaten start in Division 3A to stay in pole position.


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A first-minute opener from Simon Pearce set them on the way to a 7-1 success over fellow promotion hopefuls Whittlesford Reserves.

It also featured a Kacey Nicholson goal direct from a corner while Greg Cooper (2), Damian Sharp, Chris Shelford and Glen Thrale shared the others.

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AFC Barley Mow are another team still to taste defeat this term. They breezed into the last 16 of the John Ablett Cup last Saturday.

Top-scorer Josh Turner hit five of the goals in an 8-0 success over Cherry Hinton A. Adam Lacey also struck twice and Nick Gingell got in on the act with a long-range effort.

Hemingfords United dropped to the bottom of the Kershaw Premier Division after suffering a 5-0 success at Lakenheath last Saturday. They were leapfrogged by Linton Granta who bashed Hardwick 7-0.

Eaton Socon climbed into the top six in the top-flight with a 3-0 success at Foxton. Ben Wilks broke the deadlock before Ryan Baxter hit a brace as all the goals arrived in the second half.

Second-placed Godmanchester Rovers Reserves were held to a 1-1 draw in a Kershaw Senior B Division derby at Needingworth.

Ashley Hehir pounced on a mis-placed back pass to fire the Rovers second string ahead, but a defensive mistake allowed Dave Roberts to lay on a leveller for Ben Carter.

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