Needingworth beat champions twice in four weeks
Kershaw League Premier Division FOR the second time in four weeks, Needingworth United defeated last season s league champions, Sawston, this time 4-2. Youngsters Oliver Verrell, Carl Taylor and Chris Talton all put in fine displays to help Needy to vic
FOR the second time in four weeks, Needingworth United defeated last season's league champions, Sawston, this time
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Youngsters Oliver Verrell, Carl Taylor and Chris Talton all put in fine displays to help Needy to victory and they were boosted by a Steve Robson goal after 10 minutes.
The visitors equalised early in the second half but a goal from Talton and two more from Robson, completing his hat-trick, handed the home side the win.
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Scotty Gatty Cup
GREAT Paxton were put to the sword by Huntingdon United RGE as they eased into the semi final of the Scott Gatty Cup with a 3-0 victory.
Goals from Richard Parnell and Gary Marhieneke set United on their way and a third by leading goalscorer Paul Nevill saw the home team through to the next round.
RGE will meet St Neots Reserves after Ben Cole ran in four goals to help overpower Buckden 9-3. James Warboys, Joe Walsh, Andrew Conway, Andrew Wale and a close-range effort from manager Iain Parr were the others on target.
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Arthur Peck Cup Round 2
FENSTANTON Reserves continued their fine run of form with a great performance at Hall Green Lane to defeat Cottenham United B 3-1.
A headed goal from defender David Anderson was followed up by Matt Wilson early in the second half. Cottenham fought back with a well-taken goal but Wilson was on hand again to flick in a long throw from substitute Craig Brodie.
Hunts Benevolant Cup
A GAME of swings and roundabouts eventually saw Sapley emerge 6-4 winners at BRJ Reserves.
The home side took the lead before an own goal levelled things up and Danny Wall gave Sapley the lead. BRJ hit back to equalise before Wall added his second but the home side again equalised. In the second half Ben Heath put Sapley in front once again but another equaliser made it 4-4 and forced extra time. Visiting substitute Luke Hilton netted twice in the extra period to secure Sapley a place in the next round.