FOOTBALL ROUND-UP KERSHAW Premier league side Eaton Socon lead the table after a 2-1 win against Cambs University Press thanks to goals from Tom Hall and Adam Boothby. Needingworth fell to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Hundon in the same division, while in
KERSHAW Premier league side Eaton Socon lead the table after a 2-1 win against Cambs University Press thanks to goals from Tom Hall and Adam Boothby.
Needingworth fell to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Hundon in the same division, while in Senior A, Somersham took the spoils against Foxton 3-2, Brampton defeated Whittlesford 3-1 but Hemingfords United were defeated by the single goal against Girton. In Senior B, Bluntisham Rangers won 2-1 at Littleport Town.
In BIS 1A, Cambourne hit seven past Grampian to record a 7-2 win but in 1B Eaton Socon Reserves went one better with an 8-1 win against Gransden Chequers with Richard Conby netting six and Jimmy Fuller and Ryan Lanham grabbing one apiece.
In the same league Buckden and St Ives Rangers each recorded draws, the former 1-1 against Waterbeach and the later taking a point from a 3-3 draw against Bottisham. Meanwhile Fenstanton didn't go to the races against Newmarket White Lion crashing 12-0.
In 2A, Elsworth were hammered 6-2 at Melbourn and in 2B, Godmanchester Rovers Reserves and Somersham Reserves fought out a 2-2 draw. In the same league Great Paxton Reserves thumped six past Over Sport.
Division 3A saw defeat for Eaton Socon A, who crashed 5-3 at Lode but Bluntisham Rangers Reserves won 3-2 in 3B against Cottenham and Huntingdon RGE took a draw from the game against Little Downham Swifts.
Fenstanton Reserves managed a 1-1 draw with Estover Park and Earith recorded a similar score against West Row Gunners.
Cambourne Rovers Reserves were on the wrong end of a 2-1 score line against Haslingfield in 5A, but things went from bad to worse as Elsworth Sport Reserves were routed 13-2 by Longstanton Reserves.
In the Peterborough Premier League Ramsey had Stuart Harper to thank for a point when he scored in the 1-1 draw against Uppingham Town and John Reddell hit a brace for Alconbury in their 2-1 win against Stamford Belvedere.
Warboys recorded a 3-0 win in division one against Long Sutton Athletic, Mark Boucher netted twice and Aaron Petty scored the third.
In the lower leagues Sawtry were on the wrong side of seven goals losing 4-3 to Powerleague AFC but Kevin Patrick will be pleased with his hat-trick.
Alconbury Reserves were hit for six by Leverington as were Ramsey Reserves who conceded six against Holbeach Reserves.
Sawtry Reserves crashed 4-1 at home to Stilton United Reserves but Ramsey "A" hit five without reply at Ketton and Warboys Reserves managed a 4-1 win at Stamford Belvederes Reserves.