King at the double - local football round-up
A DOUBLE strike from Damien King helped Somersham Town [bold] get back to winning ways with a 4-2 victory against Comberton. Justin Ives gave Town the lead and Chris Parker added a goal in the second half. A devastating performance from Earith United [bol
A DOUBLE strike from Damien King helped Somersham Town [bold] get back to winning ways with a 4-2 victory against Comberton.
Justin Ives gave Town the lead and Chris Parker added a goal in the second half.
A devastating performance from Earith United [bold] saw them overrun Upwell Athletic 14-0. Seven goals came in each half with the scoring led by Mike Eagen, who netted five, closely followed by Akin Akintomide with four.
The other scorers included Matt Cholerton, Adeleye Bolanle, Kelvin Fletcher and James Von Der Fecht.
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Peterborough League side Ramsey [bold] booked their place in the final of the PFA Challenge Cup with a fine 3-0 victory over Werrington at Cricketfield Lane.
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The Rams started well and broke the deadlock after Jay Morris delivered a great cross to the feet of Steve Robson who made no mistake from six yards.
After the break it was no surprise when Steve Robson added his second from a corner.
The game was finally wrapped up when James McHale was on hand to net a rebound. The Rams meet Sawtry [bold] in the final, who had a good 1-0 win at Stilton thanks to Adam Cooke finding the net.
Fellow Peterborough League side Alconbury [bold] added another four goals to their impressive scoring exploits in the Premier league as they defeated Parsons Drove 4-0 with goals from Gary Gibb, Jay Mahoney and a brace from Shakeel Tolcher.
Elsewhere, Sawtry Sunday [bold] reached the Benevolent Cup Final for the third time in four years as they outplayed The Office in a 4-0 win thanks to four-goal Danny Holliday. Longueville will be the opponents in the final.
Ramsey Reserves [bold] went down 4-3 to Perkins with Nick Ransome and John Beeson on target for the Rams but the A side fared better when they won 2-0 at Rutland.