Somersham come from behind to maintain 100 per cent record
SOMERSHAM made it six wins from six after a fruitful journey to Wisbech on Saturday. After going a goal behind early in the match, Steven Robson squared things before the break. A vibrant Somersham added another through Robson in the second half before
SOMERSHAM made it six wins from six after a fruitful journey to Wisbech on Saturday.
After going a goal behind early in the match, Steven Robson squared things before the break.
A vibrant Somersham added another through Robson in the second half before Justin Ives converted a penalty to close out the game.
Hemingfords progressed in the Scott Gatty Cup with a 3-1 win at the expense of local rivals Brampton.
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Adam Cray netted his seventh goal in six games and other goals were delivered by Andy Ging and Nick Cade.
Hemingfords Reserves fell to a 3-2 defeat in the Creake Shield against Newmarket Town A, but the A team got off to a flyer with a 3-2 home win against Brampton Reserves.
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Richard Kay and James Willoughby got the goals for Eaton Socon when they took the points at home to West Wratting.
Lowly Needingworth put up a brave fight but went down 5-4 at home to Foxton and have yet to register a point this season. Bluntisham Rangers took a much needed point in a 1-1 draw at Ely City.
In the Peterborough Premier, Alconbury's early promise has turned sour with a 2-0 defeat to Coates Athletic, their second in a row. Things were no better for Ramsey whose journey to Pinchbeck proved pointless as they went down 2-1.
Great Paxton's Scott Gatty Cup progress was halted by Powerleague Rangers who won 3-1, and Warboys were sent crashing from the competition following a 6-0 beating by Huntingdon.