Football Round-up - April 12/13
FOOTBALL ROUND UP A SIMON Waring strike 15 minutes from time won Huntingdon Town Reserves promotion from the UCL Reserve Division Two. Waring s strike earned his side a 1-1 draw with Burton Park Wanderers after Lee Bassett had missed a penalty for Town a
FOOTBALL ROUND UP
A SIMON Waring strike 15 minutes from time won Huntingdon Town Reserves promotion from the UCL Reserve Division Two.
Waring's strike earned his side a 1-1 draw with Burton Park Wanderers after Lee Bassett had missed a penalty for Town and was enough to seal promotion.
Ramsey were presented with the Peterborough League Division One trophy before their last home game against Bretton Park on Saturday.
The celebration didn't stop there as they went on to record a 6-2 win and maintain their 100 per cent home record this season.
Top scorer Jamie Darlow opened the scoring and went on to complete a hat-trick, Olly Verrall was on hand to score twice and skipper Stuart Harper, pictured receiving the trophy, got in on the act with goal.
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A scoreless draw at rivals Coates Reserves saw Ramsey A clinch the Combination Division Three title in addition to the Hunts Lower Junior Cup.
Tom Merrell netted twice and further goals from Stewart Bailey and Andrew Morris gave Ramsey Reserves a 4-1 win at Hampton Res, while Alconbury Reserves took a 6-2 hammering at Holbeach - a result that leaves them hovering three points above the drop zone.
In the Hunts FA Sunday Cup Final, honours went to Territorial who overcame Wrestlers 4-3 in a thrilling final. Wrestlers grabbed a two-goal advantage after just 20 minutes through David Fisk and Dave Goodall.
By the break Territorial were level and they took the lead in second period, goals coming from a Carl Foreman brace and Craig Flavell.
Wrestlers bounced back to level through Dan Woodhead but in the end had to submit to defeat when Russel Youthhead hit the winner two minutes from time.
Sunday Premier football awaits Eagle Heating next season after they completed their league season unbeaten. The final game resulted in a 3-1 win against Lord Protector , with the goals coming from Nick Foster, Paul Carey and Darren Lamey.
In the Kershaw Premier Division, Needingworth United went down 2-1 at title-chasing Hundon leaving them third from bottom. One place lower and in real danger are Great Paxton who grabbed all three points against Wisbech Town Res.
Somersham crept closer to safety after a goal from Nick Mead and a brace from Grant Robbins earned a 3-3 draw at West Wratting in Senior A, while in B, Bluntisham Rangers drew 1-1 against Great Chesterford.
In 1B St Ives Rangers' survival cause was not helped by the 3-1 reverse at Longstanton, while Great Paxton Reserves suffered an 11-0 humiliation at the hands of Ely A.
Fenstanton lost out 4-3 at the hands of Barton Mills and Eaton Socon Reserves seem to have blown promotion after a 3-0 home defeat by March Town Reserves. Gransden Chequers hauled themselves up the league with a useful 4-0 win over Waterbeach Res.
Elsworth took the honours against Wilbraham with a 2-1 scoreline which leaves them fourth in 2A while Earith United are only one point away from promotion from 5B after they gained a 7-2 away win over Burwell Swifts Reserves. Mike Egan netted a hat-trick and other scorers included Akin Akintomide, Kelvin Fletcher and Richard Reece.