Round-up: Socon turn tables on Cambridge Uni Press

EATON Socon proved what a difference a week can make when they beat league leaders Cambridge University Press 2-1 on Saturday. Just seven days earlier Socon had been thrashed by the same opposition 8-3 when they visited Cambridge, but Socon proved they h

EATON Socon proved what a difference a week can make when they beat league leaders Cambridge University Press 2-1 on Saturday.

Just seven days earlier Socon had been thrashed by the same opposition 8-3 when they visited Cambridge, but Socon proved they had learned from the defeat, and turned the tables.

Also in the Kershaw Premier, Needingworth put up a brave fight before finally going down 5-3 to Histon.

In Kershaw A, there was a 2-1 win for Brampton against Girton but away defeats for both Great Paxton and Hemingfords, who went down 4-2 at Sawston and 3-1 at Milton respectively.


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Bluntisham's troubles show little sign of ending, as they put up a brave fight but still finished on the wrong side of a 1-0 scoreline against Swavesey.

St Ives Rangers took bragging rights when they beat neighbours Fenstanton 2-1, and Hemingfords Reserves recorded a 4-2 home win against Sutton.

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Alconbury suffered at the hands of Rutland Rangers in the PFA Senior Cup, going out after a 3-0 home defeat. Ramsey made sure of a place in the next round, keeping Warboys at arm's length for a 2-0 win.

Ramsey Reserves saw off lowly AFC Fletton Reserves 3-1 in the league but there was no such luck for Ramsey A, who lost 3-0 at Crowland.

Alconbury Reserves remain top of the pack on goal difference after winning 2-1 against Rutland Rangers Reserves. Powerleague Reserves proved too hot for Warboys Reserves, who lost 2-0.

The last word goes to St Ives Reserves who met Eynesbury Reserves in UCL Reserves Division Two. Last week the Ives first team won 7-0 at Tiptree in the FA Vase, and this week the Reserves followed suit by beating Eynesbury by the same score, to prove there are some things that don't change in seven days.

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