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Saturday 28th April 2018
Totternoe Reserves & Bedford Albion crowned 2017-18 Season Division Champions
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Having cliched the league title in midweek Shefford Town & Campton show no signs of taking their foot off the pedal by remaining nine points clear at the head of the standings with a 4-2 home victory over Queens Park Crescents to extend their winning ways to eight games. Jim Burnside and Lewis Taylor both netting braces against Crescent replies via Shahinur Rahman and Hassen Yousaf. Whilst AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College took a big step towards collecting the seasons silver medals with a 5-0 home win over Sharnbrook. Gio Moscartolo netting a hat-trick and Courtney Boughton a brace to bring up the nap hand.

The only club that can now prevent the Town claiming that second spot are current sixth place Crawley Green Reserves whose hopes of doing so suffered a setback after they were held to a 2-2 home draw by fifth place Ickwell & Old Warden. Callum Yates and Henry Mungwira on the home scoresheet against Ickwell replies via Lee Saunders and Connor Green.

Now up into third spot in the table are AFC Oakley M&DH who extended their unbeaten ways to five games with a 1-0 home victory over Stevington thanks to a goal from Alex Liburd to give them the three points to climb above Caldecote who were beaten 1-0 at Cranfield United where Antonio Ricciardi netted the goal to extend United's winning home run up to four games.

Having lost their last three away games Wootton Blue Cross returned to winning ways on the road by winning 5-1 at Flitwick Town. Rob O'Dell with a brace joined on the Blue Cross scoresheet by single strikes from Jamie Sawyer, Kane Griffith and Scott Harvey against a lone Town reply from Phil Matthews.

Elsewhere seventh place Wilstead were extending their unbeaten ways up to five games with a 3-2 home success over Marston Shelton Rovers. Ryan Davenport, Kevin Butler and Nathan Aulsberry all finding the back of the net against Rovers replies via Nick Skolsky and Aaron Franks.

Division One supported by O'Neills

Totternoe Reserves were crowned the 2017-18 season Division One supported by O'Neills champions after they netted a 3-2 home win over second place Riseley Sports who will now duly collect the seasons silver medals. Antony O'Grady with a brace plus a single strike from Jonny Clarke netting for the home side against Sports replies via Josh Poole and James Cooke. This defeat seeing the visitors end their 18 game unbeaten run and seasons unbeaten away ways.

However perhaps the man of the day title goes to Ollie Hughes who netted all five goals to take Cople & Bedford SA to a 5-3 home win over Lea Sports PSG thus extending their unbeaten home ways up to six games, the PSG replies coming via Callum Jones, Joe Hennem and Sean Dixon.

Also scoring five goals was Charlie Corcoran in the AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves 13-0 home rout of The 61 FC Luton Reserves. Joining him on the Town scoresheet were braces from Naron Cheema, Gavin Cheema and Gio Moscartolo who earlier in the day had netted a hat-trick for the Town's first team plus single goals for Arkadiusz Boruch and Keegan Roberts. Whilst taking their unbeaten home ways up to six games were Cranfield United Reserves with a 2-0 victory over Meltis Albion thanks to goals from Ben Martin and Paul Ayles.

Division Two

In claiming a 7-1 home victory over Caldecote Reserves to take their winning ways up to seven games and unbeaten ways up to 14 games Bedford Albion with the news of Henlow Reserves defeat at Houghton Athletic were to be crowned the 2017-18 season Division Two champions. Paul Babbington, Tom O'Neill and Toby Hunt all netting twice alongside a single strike from Michael France against a lone reply via Chris Powell. Whilst second place Henlow Reserves saw their championship hopes disappear and their four game winning run ended in losing 2-1 at Houghton Athletic. Jordan Thomas and Garvin Watson on the Athletic scoresheet against a lone reply via Chris Powell.

Later in the day third place Wilstead Reserves claimed a 6-2 home win over Luton Leagrave AFC to move within two points of Henlow Reserves and with the two sides due to meet in midweek it will be a case of the silver medals for the winners. Luke Pursey and Liam Fenton both netting braces alongside an own goal and a strike from Lino Altieri for the home side against AFC replies via Nicolae Covilaec and Richard Mead.

However the comeback of the day belonged to Elstow Abbey, after taking the lead via Shaqiel Quiailey at Atletico Europa by the hour mark they were trailing 2-1 following home goals from Mo Banda and Osman Jalilu plus down to 10 men after Charisma Agyemang was red carded before goals from Dean Leydon and Matt Poulton took them to a 3-2 victory thus extending their unbeaten away ways up to four games.

Also enjoying life on the road were Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves who won 3-1 at Sundon Park Rovers. Garry Russon, Lorenzo Jordan and an own goal marking the Marston scoresheet against a lone Rovers reply via Rayvaun Bridgett. Whilst AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves were granted the three points when Westoning failed to raise a side to travel and meet them at Church Lane.

Division Three

For the already crowned Division Three champions Kempston Athletic it was the taking of their winning ways up to nine games and unbeaten ways up to 19 games by ending their season with a 4-1 home victory over Flitwick Town A. Josh St Clair Pierre with a brace joined on the Athletic scoresheet by Craig Damon and Richie Andrews against a lone Town reply via Luke Snapes.

However the silver medals are still there to be played for but second place Harlington took a major step towards them by claiming a 2-1 home success over third place Clifton to take their unbeaten home ways up to seven games and end the visitors five game unbeaten run. Roan Wedderburn and Pearce Tracey on the home scoresheet against a lone reply from Charlie Watson.

The biggest winners of the day were Lidlington United Sports who ran out the 7-1 home victors over AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A. Tom Staples with a hat-trick leading the way, Edward Janes joining in with a brace and single strikes coming via Brendon Cunningham and Dale Crocker against a lone Town reply from John Hislop. Whilst the lone away win of the day went to Bedford Albion Reserves the 1-0 winners at Stevington Reserves thanks to a goal from Brandon Hung.

Elsewhere Shefford Town & Campton A went nap with a 5-1 home victory over Dinamo Flitwick. Ben Sheeham with a brace joined on the home scoresheet by single strikes from Alex Mitchell, Mark Nunn and Stephen Howe against a lone reply from Josh Pearson for the visitors. Whilst Caldecote A were gifted the three points when White Eagles failed to raise a side to visit them at Harvey Close
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