Round-up: Socon make their point at Littleport

EATON Socon and Needingworth both took some joy from their results in the Kershaw Premier at the weekend. Socon visited Littleport and came back with a point from a 1-1 draw and Needingworth shared a 2-2 draw with Waterbeach. Somersham trundled on in Kers

EATON Socon and Needingworth both took some joy from their results in the Kershaw Premier at the weekend.

Socon visited Littleport and came back with a point from a 1-1 draw and Needingworth shared a 2-2 draw with Waterbeach.

Somersham trundled on in Kershaw A with a 4-1 win at Milton, and Brampton shaded a close match against Wisbech Town Reserves 2-1.

Great Paxton crashed 3-0 to fellow strugglers Castle Camps and Hemingford fell apart at the seams when they lost to lowly Soham Town Reserves 4-1.

Bluntisham's tale of woe continued in the B league as they suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Comberton United. Hemingford Reserves took the points in the derby with St Ives Rangers with a 2-0 win, while Fenstanton lost by the same score to neighbours Elsworth Sports.

Ramsey turned on the style in the Peterborough Premier by winning 4-0 against Wimblington but a fast-improving Moulton Harrox side took the points at Alconbury with a 1-0 win.

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Warboys doubled their points tally for the season in Division Two with a cracking display against league leaders Netherton which earned them a 3-3 draw.

In Division Three Sawtry continued their relentless march with a 6-0 win at basement club Guyhirn.

Ramsey Reserves were second best as Moulton ran out 4-0 winners, but Alconbury Reserves held on to top spot with a 4-3 win at Netherton. Warboys Reserves also travelled well, winning 4-2 at Wimblington A.

In the Sunday League, Hinchingbrooke Vets displayed their new kit - sponsored by The Swan, Offord - to best effect with a 6-1 win over MGI United. Dave Sira, Stuart Johnson, Simon Osbourne and Damian Sharp were all on the scoresheet.

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