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. 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. 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.