Mead strike not enough as Somersham pegged back
Local Football Round Up SOMERSHAM Town hosted Hemingfords United hoping to carry on their good run of late, which has seen them come away with three wins and a draw. Nick Mead gave them the perfect start with a penalty and the home side appeared in contr
Local Football Round Up
SOMERSHAM Town hosted Hemingfords United hoping to carry on their good run of late, which has seen them come away with three wins and a draw. Nick Mead gave them the perfect start with a penalty and the home side appeared in control. The visitors upped their game in the second half and managed to scramble an equalizer to make it 1-1. Somersham Reserves fell to Brampton Reserves 1-0 in the Benevolent Cup and
Eynesbury Reserves progressed at the expense of Alconbury Reserves the final score 2-0. Warboys Reserves scrambled through on penalties against Fenstanton Reserves after the game finished 2-2.
Ramsey suffered a set back as Rutland Rangers raided the Cricketfield Lane ground and took a 4-0 win away with them but Rams A had better luck with a 5-2 win at Crowland. Alconbury will be pleased with their 2-2 draw at Pinchbeck, Phillip Lovesey and Shane Pitchford netting the goals. Ben Heath and Blue McIlwain netted the goals that gave Warboys a 2-0 home result against Sutton Bridge and Sawtry Reserves drew 1-1 with SSPIO. Eaton Socon fell short of Littleport as the visitors won 3-1 and the Reserves were mauled 4-0 by Newmarket White Lion.
Cambourne and Barrington share the points in an eight goal thriller and there was eight scored at Buckden but the home side were well beaten 7-1 by Longstanton. St Ives Rangers had a good home win over Waterbeach the final score 3-0.
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