Local Football Round-Up

RAMSEY Town charged to the top of the Peterborough Premier League with a 7-0 demolition of Oundle made even better by the news that title rivals Rutland Rangers and AFC Fletton had both slipped to 2-1 defeats to Pinchbeck and Leverington respectively. Fo

RAMSEY Town charged to the top of the Peterborough Premier League with a 7-0 demolition of Oundle made even better by the news that title rivals Rutland Rangers and AFC Fletton had both slipped to 2-1 defeats to Pinchbeck and Leverington respectively.

Fourth placed Alconbury turned on the style to take a 2-1 win on their visit to Deeping Sport. Warboys were stunned by visitors Coates who went home with a 4-1 win, and Sawtry had a long journey home after losing 2-1 at Manea.

In the Kershaw Premier Needingworth are closing in on an unwanted record, following Saturday's 5-0 home defeat to Fordham Institute they have played 25 league matches without a win to get a meagre five points. With three games remaining and all against top four teams it looks likely.

In Senior A it was a good day for Somersham who made the short journey to Brampton. The home side showed little fight as they went down 5-1 to the West Enders while Hemingford notched a 5-0 win against Castle Camps in the same league. Dan Metson helped himself to a hat-trick and goals from Andrew Stubbington and Joe Kenny completed the rout.


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Great Paxton returned from Wisbech with three points following a 1-0 win in the same league but in Senior B Bluntisham Rangers fell to a 1-0 defeat against Haddenham.

Fenstanton won their first match in five games, the 2-1 result courtesy of strikes from Mark Gallagher and David Anderson. Hemingfords United Reserves made it four in a row with a 2-1 win over Longstanton and the A side took a 2-2 draw at Soham.

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