Local football round up

ALCONBURY entertained third placed Ramsey Town Peterborough Premier League. Despite being just one place below the visitors, match was not a contest as the visitors won the match 5-0 victors. Ramsey goal scorers on the day were Jamie Darlow, Andrew Edward

ALCONBURY entertained third placed Ramsey Town Peterborough Premier League. Despite being just one place below the visitors, match was not a contest as the visitors won the match 5-0 victors. Ramsey goal scorers on the day were Jamie Darlow, Andrew Edwards, Chris Talton, Joe Thompson and James Wallis.

In Division One Warboys took a valuable away point from Ketton in a 1-1 draw and Sawtry did the same when their match at Langtoft ended 2-2.

In the Cambridge Kershaw Premier the gloom failed to lift for Needingworth who went down 6-1 at Fordham but in Senior A Great Paxton had a morale booster with a 7-0 win against fellow strugglers Comberton. In the same league Somersham lost 3-1 at Soham and Brampton fared even worse when they visited West Wratting to lose 6-3. Bluntisham lost 4-1 at Linton Granta, St Ives Rangers took the points with a 2-1 win at Bottisham but Fenstanton lost 3-2 at Longstanton.

Eaton Socon Reserves and A teams both recorded good wins. The reserves have climbed to fourth after a 3-2 win against Newmarket White Lion with Sam Argyle bagging a brace while the A side record a great win at Foxton, trailing 3-2 with minutes left but overturned things to net twice and win 4-3 with Richard Churms notching a hat-trick and Luke Skipper scoring the winner.


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Hemingfords United suffered a bad defeat at Whittlesford, Dan Meston and Kieran Crow scoring but the opposition ran in seven. The reserves won 4-0 against local rivals Buckden and the A team fell to a 3-0 defeat against Isleham.

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