Wins for Huntingdon and Ives, Goddy held
Huntingdon beat Harborough, St Ives down Boston but Godmanchester Rovers held at Swaffham
RICKY Marheineke’s revived Huntingdon Town continued their late season surge on Saturday as they made it eight UCL Division One games unbeaten by defeating Harborough Town 2-0 at Jubilee Park.
It took 65 minutes for Ondre Odain to break the deadlock, tapping in after Dan Drane’s effort rebounded back off the post.
Simon Isaac sealed the win seven minutes from time, Drane the provider.
The result also avenged an early season Bowdens Park reverse for Huntingdon.
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Town’s final game on the road this season comes on Thursday at Northampton ON Chenecks, before three straight home games to round off the campaign.
The first of those is against Burton Park Wanderers on Saturday.
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Meanwhile with two cup finals to look forward to next month, St Ives Town are looking to finish their UCL Premier Division campaign with a flourish.
On Saturday, second half goals from David Cobb and Conor Washington sealed a 2-0 win for Saints at Boston Town.
The followed on from their 4-3 success against Desborough Town at Westwood Road four days earlier.
A brace from Washington along with other first half goals from Cobb and Ricky Dear saw Ives cruise into the break 4-0 ahead - but they had to hold off a spirited Desborough comeback in the second half.
Ives are due to host Cogenhoe tonight before going to Blackstones on Saturday.
Then it’s a trip to St Neots on Easter Monday when Ives will be looking to play party poppers with Neots on the verge of sealing the UCL crown after Saturday’s 4-2 win at King’s Lynn.
In Ridgeons League Division One on Saturday, Godmanchester Rovers drew 2-2 at Swaffham Town with James Hall and Jonny Hall on target.
David Hurst’s side were defeated 2-1 at home by Ipswich Wanderers last Wednesday.
They entertain Diss Town on Saturday before visiting Whitton United on Easter Monday.