Football round-up as some clubs manage to get league games played
- Credit: NEIL METCALFE
Some football teams across the area were able to get games in despite the latest restrictions.
Huntingdon Town though may have felt that was more of a curse than a blessing as they fell to a 5-1 defeat to United Counties League Division One leaders Long Buckby.
Two goals midway through the first period and a third just before half-time killed the game as a contest, although Jay Chilvers did pull one back late on.
There wasn't any joy in the Cambs County League Premier Division either.
Hemmingfords United suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Linton Granta while Eynesbury United went down by the same score to Witchford 96 in a battle at the other end of the table, Jake Smith scoring a consolation late on after United had missed a penalty.
There was better news in Senior A though as Eaton Socon Res drew 1-1 with Isleham United, Callan Irvine the scorer, and even better in Senior B as Brampton beat Linton Granta Res 3-2.
Sam Miles, Ellis Ogle and Archie Humes were on target for them.
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