Round-up: Alconbury close gap on top four

ALCONBURY got back to action after the recent winter freeze with an important win at Wimblington. The 6-4 win saw them close the gap on the top four of the Peterborough Premier League and came courtesy of a double from in-form Keiran Brennan, and singles

ALCONBURY got back to action after the recent winter freeze with an important win at Wimblington.

The 6-4 win saw them close the gap on the top four of the Peterborough Premier League and came courtesy of a double from in-form Keiran Brennan, and singles from Ashley Haylock, Martyn Fox, Peter Fox and Shakeel Tolcher.

Fenstanton stormed on in the Lower Junior Cup, thumping Alconbury Reserves 5-2. The shock result came at top of the table, where Holbeach Reserves were beaten 2-1 at home by Ramsey A.

In the Kershaw Premier, goals from Andrew Conway, Charlie Farmer and Glenn Westbury did little to ease the pain as Eaton Socon crashed to an 8-3 defeat at the hands of table-toppers Cambridge University Press.


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Brampton crashed in three but still fell to a 4-3 defeat in Senior A against RHS United, and Bluntisham felt the chill of relegation as they went down 3-0 at home to West Wratting Reserves in Senior B.

Buckden's decision to move their home match to Hinchingbrooke Park paid rich dividends as they stormed to a 5-1 win against Sutton United in 1B but Needingworth

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were picked off by The Vine 1-0 and remain bottom.

Eaton Socon A and RHS United Reserves looked to be evenly matched but RHS just took the spoils with a 1-0 win.

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