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Sunday 17th September 2017
Sandy hit eight to stay top of the Division One supported by O'Neills league table.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Shefford & Campton's lead at the head of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league table is now down to just two points after their home encounter with Wilstead was abandoned at half-time following torrential rain which left the Hitchin Road pitch waterlogged. At the time the game was all square at 1-1. Robert Leaning netting to give the visitors the lead before a strike from Jim Burnside levelled matters.

Now in second spot are last seasons champions Flitwick Town who retained their seasons unbeaten ways by winning 3-2 at Ickwell & Old Warden. Daniel Stafford with a brace plus a strike from Ritchie Bevan shooting them 3-0 ahead before the home side staged a recovery with goals from Lee Threadgold and Marko Tobdzic. Just a point behind them in third slot are Wootton Blue Cross who ran out likewise 3-2 winners at Stevington. Dale Armitage, Valentino Qoku and Aaron Wilson netting for the Blue Cross against home replies via William Pinney and Kieran Souter.

Also moving up the standings are both Crawley Green Reserves and Caldecote. The Green now in fourth place after a lone goal from Sam Peverall took them to a 1-0 home win over AFC Oakley M&DH whilst Caldecote were the 3-2 winners at Marston Shelton Rovers to sit just goal difference behind them in fifth place. Jordan Platt, Dan Fennell and Tom Wallace on their scoresheet against Rovers replies via Xennon Paul and Aaron Franks.

These victories seeing AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College drop from second place to sixth after suffering a 2-3 home defeat at the hands of Kempston Rovers Development. Perry Ronayne and Dan Mattin on the home scoresheet whilst Frank Junior, Bradley Stow and Anas Bechkoum netted for the Rovers.

Elsewhere there was a first win of the season for Renhold United with a 1-0 home victory over bottom of the table Queens Park Crescents thanks to a goal from Alex Liburd plus Sharnbrook and Cranfield United shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Ali Smith from the penalty spot on the hour mark shooting United ahead until a bullet header from Ross Emberton 10 minutes later ensured the home side would gain a share of the points come the final whistle.

Division One supported by O'Neills

Sandy remain on top of the pile in the Division One supported by O'Neills league standings after running out 8-0 home winners over bottom of the table Cople & Bedford SA. Matt Johnson with a hat-trick joined on the Sandy scoresheet with strikes from Dan Whitten, Tom Hunt, Charlie Richardson, David Smith and Harry Chinn.

Still in second spot just goal difference in arrears but having played a game less are AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves who retained their seasons 100% record with a 5-2 win at Lea Sports PSG. Charlie Corcoran and Keegan Roberts both netting twice alongside a single strike from Jake Duxbury to bring up the nap hand against home replies via Will Tyler and Joe Hennem.

Now in third spot are Wixams who thanks to a goal from Dale Goldie were the 1-0 winners at the previously unbeaten Riseley Sports and just goal difference behind them in fourth place are Flitwick Town Reserves who were 3-2 home winners Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Sean O'Donnell with a brace plus a single strike from Josh Arthur-Kent the home marksmen against visiting replies from Andrew Hayday and Sam King.

However, the biggest winners of the day were Totternhoe Reserves who won 9-0 at Meltis Albion. Tom Howson with a hat-trick leading the way, David O'Brian adding a brace and joined on the scoresheet by single goals for Braydon Judge, Rob Kurzawa, Mitch Butler and Adam Worthington.

Elsewhere Biggleswade FC Reserves are still looking for their first win of the season after losing 4-2 at Cranfield United Reserves. Martin Holland with a hat-trick and a goal from Joe Sames marking the home scoresheet against replies via Ashley Boness and Ewan Smailes.

The final game in this section seeing Henlow win 2-0 at The 61 FC Luton Reserves thanks to a brace of goals from Matthew Sockalingum.

Division Two

There is no change at the head of the Division Two standings following wins for the top five sides. For league leaders Houghton Athletic it was a 2-0 away win at Elstow Abbey where Michail Tudos netted twice and for second place Renhold United Reserves a 8-4 victory at Westoning. Michael France with a hat-trick, Gavin Cheema with a brace plus single strikes from Tom Skinner, James Lovell and Hayden Shipp only being replied to by home braces from Lewis Wilson and James Lovett.

However both sides will be looking over the shoulders to find in third place Henlow Reserves who having played a game less still remain 100% for the season following their 5-1 home victory over Sundon Park Rovers. James Campbell with a brace joined on the scoresheet by Russell Ayles, Chris Powell and Marcin Bator to bring up the nap hand against a lone Rovers reply via Craig Davey.

For fourth place Wilstead Reserves it was a 3-2 home win over Caldecote Reserves thanks to goals from Luke Pursey, Greg Turnball and Sean Harrod against a brace in reply from Adam Legate.

Whilst the biggest win of the day went to fifth place CS Rovers with a 7-1 home win over bottom of the table Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves. Connor Darocha netting four times alongside single strikes from Lewi Saunders, Ultan Coonan and Daniel Gallagher against a lone reply from Rovers Dale Malciw.

Now making up the top six are Atletico Europa who won 2-1 at Wixam Wanderers. Yasin Demir and Paddy Alimanji netting the goals against a home reply from Joe Holmes. Whilst for AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves it was a 1-0 home victory over Luton Leagrave AFC. Daniel Cullan netting the vital goal.

Division Three

Like in Division Two the standings at the head of the Division Three table remain unaltered following wins for the top four sides. League leaders Harlington holding onto the top spot by the virtue of having scored a greater number of goals than second place Black Swan after they retained their seasons 100% ways with a narrow 2-1 home win over Sandy Reserves. Shea Gentle-King netting both goals against a Sandy reply from Adam Grimshaw.

Black Swan in second spot also remain 100% for the season after winning 5-3 at Shefford Town & Campton A. The points seemed as good as won in the opening 15 minutes after Shea Doran with a hat-trick slotted them 3-0 ahead including one from the penalty spot. However by the hour mark they had only added to their scoreline one more via Levi Yearwood against three home strikes in reply via a brace for John Vooght and a single goal from brother Bradley to leave the points still up for grabs at 3-4. However it was to be the Swan's day when Patrick McCafferty put the game beyond the home sides reach with a fifth goal 17 minutes from time to make it 3-5. Town then ending the game with just 10 players after goalkeeper Lewis Osborne was red carded just two minutes from time.

In third spot and still unbeaten this term are Clifton who won 8-0 at bottom of the table Dinamo Flitwick. Dylan Donaldson with a hat-trick, Dale Houghton with a brace doing the main damage and joined on the scoresheet by strikes from Jose Caries, Cameron Lewis and Adam Lawrence.

Completing the sweep of top sides winning were fourth place Lidlington United Sports with a 6-0 home win over Wootton Village. Chris Roberts, Steve Didlick, Ben Stubley, Brendan Cunningham, Gary Dearman and John Webber all finding the back of the net.

Elsewhere there was a first win of the season for White Eagles who won 5-1 at Stevington Reserves. Jan Bucur with a hat-trick joined on the scoresheet by Dawid Gorzelnik and Andrij Zjablilev to bring up the nap hand. Whilst the remaining two games were to finish all square. Flitwick Town A with a brace from Dominic Collins against replies from Lee Leonard and Gary Whitbread drawing 2-2 at home against Kempston Athletic. Whilst AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A with two goals from Daniel Oseji and a strike from Arkadiusz Boruch drew 3-3 at Harvey Close against hosts Caldecote A for whom Tom Dupuy, Tony Norman and James Whitmore netted.

The Next Seven Days

Saturday 23rd September 2017.

Premier Division supported by Sportsform

AFC Oakley M&DH v Marston Shelton Rovers

Cranfield United v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College

Crawley Green Reserves v Caldecote

Kempston Rovers Development v Ickwell & Old Warden

Queens Park Crescents v Flitwick Town

Renhold United v Sharnbrook

Wilstead v Stevington

Wootton Blue Cross v Shefford Town & Campton

Bedfordshire FA Intermediate Cup Round One

Farley Boys v Wixams

Flitwick Town Reserves v Totternhoe Reserves

Henlow v 61 FC Luton Reserves

Potton United Reserves v Biggleswade FC Reserves

Southcott Village RA v Cranfield United Reserves

St Joseph v Sandy

Division One supported by O'Neills

AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves v Meltis Albion

Riseley Sports v Cople & Bedford SA

Shefford Town & Campton Reserves v Lea Sports PSG

Division Two

Atletico Europa v CS Rovers

Bedford Albion v Henlow Reserves

Elstow Abbey v Renhold United Reserves

Luton Leagrave AFC v Wilstead Reserves

Westoning v Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves

Division Three

Bedford Albion Reserves v Clifton

Caldecote A v Kempston Athletic

Dinamo Flitwick v Lidlington United Sports

Harlington v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A

Shefford Town & Campton A v Wootton Village

Stevington Reserves v Black Swan

Bedfordshire FA Junior Cup Round One

Caldecote Reserves v Sundon Park Rovers

Houghton Athletic v Wixams Wanderers

Shefford Town Junior v AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves

FC Spandits v White Eagles

Sandy Reserves v Square FC.
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