Football round-up: Ramsey go top and Eaton out the cup
Ramsey went back to the top of the Peterborough Premier league with an emphatic 9-0 win at Stamford Belvedere. Jamie Darlow crashed home five and Joseph Thompson a brace. Steve Robson and James Wallis added one apiece to complete the rout. Rams Reserves h
Ramsey went back to the top of the Peterborough Premier league with an emphatic 9-0 win at Stamford Belvedere. Jamie Darlow crashed home five and Joseph Thompson a brace. Steve Robson and James Wallis added one apiece to complete the rout.
Rams Reserves had only a Nick Ransome consolation goal to show from their visit to Oundle, but the A team dispatched Doddington Reserves by the same score.
A Shakell Tolcher goal was enough for Alconbury to take the points against Deeping Sport: the win lifts them to fifth spot in the table. Alconbury Reserves drew 0-0 with Moulton Harrox. Sawtry had a handsome 4-2 win against Peterborough Rovers and Warboys enjoyed the day at Sutton Bridge, winning 6-3.
Needingworth produced a good performance to beat Milton 4-1, the goals coming from Sam Eyre with a brace, Bradley Maher and Alex Cook.
Hemingfords United travelled to Girton and returned empty-handed, despite strikes from Callum McKay and Daniel Meston, but Hemingford Reserves won handsomely on the road at Cambourne. The 4-1 win put them into the next round of the Creak Shield. Hemingford A went down 2-0 at home to Mepal Sport.
Somersham Town played host to Brampton in the Hunts Senior Cup on Saturday
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afternoon and after 120 minutes the score stood at 1-1. It was Somersham who held their nerve to take the shoot out 5-4. Somersham Reserves travelled well, winning their match at Stretham Hotspurs 5-3.
Eaton Socon had a weekend to forget at every level. In the Hunts Senior Cup they led 2-0 at AFC Fletton with goals from Dave Richardson and Adam Boothby, but conceded five goals late on to crash out. The Reserves suffered the same score line at home to Ely City A and the A side were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Camden United Reserves.
St Ives Reserves put six past Irchester Reserves, who netted just once. Tel Glyn netted the first, Ross Fairley the next two, and Carl Foreman rounded things off with a hat-trick.
St Neots Reserves travelled to Sileby and fought out a 3-3 draw, Huntingdon Reserves took the points from Whitworth's with a 1-0 win, but Eynesbury Reserves fell to a 3-1 reversal at Rothwell Corinthians. Godmanchester Rovers Reserves won 6-4 in their cup match with Witchford 96.