Gallery: Ramsey maintain title hopes with 5-0 win
RAMSEY maintained their push for the Peterborough Peugeot Premier title with an emphatic 5-0 win against Parsons Drove. Steve Robson found the net twice with Michael Cafferkey, Richard Hamill and Stuart Harper adding the others. Alconbury hopes of a top
RAMSEY maintained their push for the Peterborough Peugeot Premier title with an emphatic 5-0 win against Parsons Drove.
Steve Robson found the net twice with Michael Cafferkey, Richard Hamill and Stuart Harper adding the others.
Alconbury hopes of a top four finish are still alive following a 1-0 win against Whittlesey United, who are also hoping to finish in the top four.
In the Kershaw Premier Needingworth United took another step to the unwanted record of not winning a league match all season when they fell to a 2-0 defeat at Littleport.
In the Senior A, Brampton took the spoils in a 3-0 win over Wisbech Town Reserves whilst Great Paxton continued their recent successful run with a 6-0 win against a poor Mildenhall Reserves.
Hemingford recorded a 2-2 draw against table topping West Wratting, but Somersham left Whittlesford pointless after falling to a 1-0 defeat.
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Elsewhere in the Cambridge Leagues, Bluntisham were 2-1 winners when Linton Granta visited and Fenstanton recorded their third successive win at the expense of Barton Mills. Daniel Attfield bagged a first half brace and Tel Glynn added a third before the break. A second half own-goal and a Dale Edwards goal made it 5-0.
On the reserves trail, Huntingdon Town reserves stay entrenched in the bottom three after a 2-0 defeat at Northampton Sileby Rangers. St Ives Town are still bottom but one despite a great 4-3 win over Rothwell. Eynesbury hold on to a top six spot after a 2-2 draw on the road at Burton Park.
Ramsey reserves recorded a 2-1 win at Deeping Sports reserves.