Somersham fight back from two-down to draw
Kershaw League SOMERSHAM Town saved a point after going 2-0 down against Whittlesford United in their third Kershaw League Senior Division A match of the season. Town have had a mixed start to the season, losing their opening game 4-0 to Lakenheath, then
SOMERSHAM Town saved a point after going 2-0 down against Whittlesford United in their third Kershaw League Senior Division A match of the season.
Town have had a mixed start to the season, losing their opening game 4-0 to Lakenheath, then beating Hemingfords United 1-0 thanks to Adam Clayton.
After going 2-0 down, Damian Nelson pulled a goal back and an own goal from Whittlesford secured a point for the hosts, who lie in seventh position in the league.
Somersham have another home game - their fourth in succession - on Saturday when Hardwick will be the visitors.
# HUNTINGDON United RGE lost their first match in the Kershaw Senior League Division B, going down 3-0 at home to Castle Camps.
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RGE began their season with a win and a draw but slumped to defeat against a strong Camps side.
Both sides created chances early on but the visitors took the lead when the United goalkeeper was caught in no man's land. Camps doubled the advantage soon after with poor defending from RGE at a set-piece to blame.
United did create some decent chances in the second half but Camps added a third to seal the win and only a goal-line clearance from Ben Neal kept the visitors scoring a fourth.