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Sunday 16th October 2016
Wilstead regain the leadership of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform table.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

The new leaders of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league table are Wilstead who took their winning ways up to three games with a 4-2 home victory over the start of play league leaders Fitwick Town who now drop down into fourth spot. Tom Stonehouse, Kevin Butler, Colin Marshall and Michael Jones netting the vital goals against Town replies via Ian Buckingham and Ritchie Bevan.

Now in second spot are Shefford Town & Campton who maintained their seasons unbeaten home ways with a 3-0 victory over Stevington. Chris Clark netting twice and Jake Renney once. Whilst third spot is now occupied by AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College who ran out the 6-2 winners at Ickwell & Old Warden who were suffering their fourth home defeat on the bounce. Courtney Boughton with four goals joined on the Town scoresheet by Colby Smith and Daniel Green against home replies via Ashley Drummond and Zak Rowe.

Also enjoying life on the road were Caldecote who took their unbeaten ways up to four games with a 5-3 win at Wootton Blue Cross. Jack Boyd with a hat-trick leading the way and joined on the scoresheet by Adam Legate and Dan Fennell to bring up the nap hand against home replies from Chris Butler twice and Matt Gurney. Whilst still unbeaten on the road this season are AFC Oakley M&DH who shared the points in a 2-2 draw at Ampthill Town Reserves. Jack Fuller plus a Ross Airson penalty marking the home scoresheet against a strike from Ali Smith plus an own goal marking the M& DH scoresheet.

For Sharnbrook it was home win number one of the season with a 4-0 victory over Marston Shelton Rovers. Jim Burnside with a brace being joined on the home scoresheet by Simon Denton and Zach Ives to ensure the Rovers remain just one place off of the bottom of the table and still looking for their first win of the season. Whilst it was also home win number one of the season for Cranfield United the 3-0 winners over bottom of the table Sandy were were suffering their seventh defeat on the bounce. Martin Holland with a brace and a strike from Luke Gray doing the damage.

Elsewhere Renhold United took their unbeaten ways up to six games with a 2-1 home win over Kempston Rovers Development. Johnny Richens and Alex Liburd the United goalscorers against a lone reply from Aaron Sabey to leave the Rovers still looking for their first away win of the season.

Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

We also have new leaders at the head of the Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford league table in the shape of Queens Park Crescents who maintained their seasons 100% home ways with a 2-0 win over Shefford Town & Campton Town Reserves thanks to a brace of goals from Daniel Rasol. The Crescents taking over that top spot on goal difference from Meltis Albion whose seasons unbeaten ways came to an end when defeated 4-3 at Totternhoe Reserves who now occupy third place in the league standings just goal difference behind the top two. It was the home side who were the quickest out of the blocks at Dunstable Road and with just five minutes showing on the clock thanks to a brace of goals from Jonny Clarke the scoreline read 2-0 in their favour. On 18 minutes the Albion via a penalty from Craig Damon reduced the arrears to 2-1 only to see Daniel Woosley restore the home sides two goal advantage just eight minutes from the break.

Clarke was then to claim his hat-trick in the 70th minute to make it 4-1 and seemingly game over until a second goal from Damon 11 minutes from time and a strike from Scott Alleyne eight minutes later leave the final scoreline to read 4-3.

Up into fourth spot and still unbeaten this season are Crawley Green Reserves who ran out the 5-2 winners at Westoning. Adam Marsh and Aaron Browne both netting twice alongside a single strike from Robert Newman to bring up the nap hand against home replies via Tom Cooksley and Rob Cooksley. Missing the chance to join the top three on 13 points were Henlow who now occupy fifth place after they lost their seasons unbeaten ways when beaten 2-1 at M&SH Clapham Sports who duly climbed the table into sixth spot. Liam Bolton and Sam Maddix the home marksmen against a lone reply from Paul Wright.

Elsewhere there was a first win of the season for Cople & Bedford SA, the 4-2 home winners over the previously 100% on the road Elstow Abbey. Ollie Hughes, Kieran Willis, Ashlee Banton and Paul Nigro netting the home goals against Abbey replies via Danny Pilgrim and Shaun Cafferty.

Meantime AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves were to be gifted the three points when Ickleford failed to raise a side to visit them at their Wixams base.

Berks & Bucks Junior Cup 1st Round.

Old Bradwell United Reserves safely made their way into round two when a goal from Aidan Rooney was enough to earn them a 1-0 victory at Haddenham United Reserves.

Division Two

Wixams lead at the head of the Division Two league table remains at four points despite them being held to a 2-2 draw at Caldecote Reserves. Tom Wallace netting twice for the home side against Wixam replies via Gareth White and Terry Stanley. All this coming after second place Lea Sports PSG failed to close the gap after they themselves were held to a 1-1 at Flitwick Town Reserves. Joe Hennem on the PSG scoresheet against a Town reply from Chris Bull.

Now in third place just goal difference behind PSG are Riseley Sports who maintained their seasons unbeaten away ways when winning 5-0 at bottom of the table Sundon Park Rovers. Jake Hislop with a brace joined on their scoresheet by Jack Healy, Mitchell Crook and Jamie Simmons to bring up the nap hand. Whilst now in fourth spot and again just goal difference behind the Sportsmen are Cranfield United Reserves who won 1-0 at Atletico Europa to end the home sides 100% seasons home record. Antonio Ricciardi netting the all important goal.

Also losing their seasons 100% home record were Kempston Hammers Sports who were beaten 4-3 by a Potton Town side claiming their first away win of the season. Chris Cooper with a brace joined on the Town scoresheet by Chris Moore and Jordan Thomas against Hammers replies via Chris Greene twice and James Slater once.

Elsewhere for AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves it was a first home point of the season in sharing the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Houghton Athletic. Justin Muircroft and Nathan O'Halloran the home goalscorers against a brace in reply from Sam Martin for the Athletic.

Division Three

With league leaders Kempston Athletic not in action their lead at the head of the Division Three league table is now down to goal difference only after Wilstead Reserves won 5-2 at bottom of the table Wootton Village. Luke Pursey and Sam Ward both netting twice and Andrew Stapleton once to bring up the nap hand against Village replies via Lewis Aitken and Adam Flynn. Whilst for third place Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves it was a 3-2 home victory over Sandy Albion. Kieran Day with a brace plus a single strike from Gary Russon doing the damage against Albion replies via Luke Rudd and James Smart.

The biggest win of the day going the way of Renhold United Reserves who claimed their third win on the bounce with a 5-1 victory at AFC Dunton who were duly losing their seasons unbeaten home ways. Michael France and Tom Skinner with braces plus a single strike from Thomas O'Neill marking the United scoresheet against a lone home reply from Laurence Frederick. Whilst losing their seasons 100% away record were Bedford Albion who were beaten 3-1 at Shefford Town & Campton A who were duly collecting their first home points of the season. Sam Kelly, Liam Radley and Dean Linsell netting the vital goals against a lone Albion reply from Paul Kemble.

Elsewhere with White Eagles failing to raise a side to visit Harvey Close their intended hosts Caldecote A will be duly gifted the three points.

Division Four

CS Rovers lead at the head of the Division Four league table is now down to a single point after they were beaten 3-1 on home soil by fourth place Clifton. Josh Angell, George McMillan and Andy Harvey on their scoresheet against a lone home reply from Daniel Gallagher. The gap being closed by Dinamo Flitwick who maintained their seasons 100% away record and unbeaten ways when winning 2-0 at Flitwick Town A thanks to goals from Ashley Burton and Rhys Hughes. Whilst for third place Henlow Reserves it was a 4-1 home victory over now bottom of the table Lidlington United Sports. James Campbell with a hat-trick joined on the scoresheet by Jonathan Rowe against a lone United reply from Alex Roberts.

However the biggest winners of the day were AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A who ran out 9-0 home winners over Harlington. Gavin Cheema and Giovanni Moscaritolo both claiming hat-tricks, Michael Stephenson joining in with a brace and joined on the scoresheet by Harry Kemp. Whilst Sandy Reserves are still looking for their first home points of the season after going down 3-1 to a Stevington Reserves side duly collecting their first away points of the campaign to lift themselves off the bottom of the league table. Cameron Cain netting all three goals against a lone home reply via Andy Barker.

The Next 7 Days

Wednesday 19th October 2016.

Biggleswade KO Cup Round One

Renhold United v Biggleswade United U23 @ Second Meadow Biggleswade 7.45pm

Saturday 22nd October 2016.

Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Ampthill Town Reserves v Cranfield United
Caldecote v Sharnbrook
Flitwick Town v Sandy
Ickwell & Old Warden v Wootton Blue Cross
Kempston Rovers Development v Renhold United
Marston Shelton Rovers v Shefford Town & Campton
Stevington v Wilstead

Without a win in their last five outings Ampthill Town Reserves host Cranfield United who will be looking for win number four on the bounce.

100% at home this season Caldecote host still unbeaten on the road Sharnbrook.

100% at home Flitwick Town host a Sandy side still looking for their first point/points of the season.

Having lost their last four home games Ickwell & Old Warden look to make amends against a Wootton Blue Cross side who are yet to win away from home this season.

Renhold United look to take their unbeaten ways up to seven games with a quick double over Kempston Rovers Development.

Marston Shelton Rovers look for their first win of the season at home to Shefford Town & Campton.

Stevington look for their first home point/points of the season against the still 100% away from home league leaders Wilstead.


Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

Elstow Abbey v Crawley Green Reserves
Henlow v Cople & Bedford SA
Meltis Albion v AFC Kempston Town & BC Res
Old Bradwell United Reserves v Totternhoe Reserves
Shefford Town & Campton Res v Westoning
The 61 FC Luton Reserves v Queens Park Crescents

Yet to win at home Elstow Abbey host the still unbeaten Crawley Green Reserves.

Unbeaten at home Henlow face the yet to win on the road Cople & Bedford SA.

Unbeaten at home Meltis Albion host a AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves side looking for its first away point/points of the season.

Old Bradwell United Reserves look for their first league win of the season against 100% away from home Totternhoe Reserves.

Yet to win at home Shefford Town & Campton Reserves play hosts to a Westoning side defeated in its last two outings.

Nil points at home The 61FC Luton Reserves host the 100% away from home league leaders Queens Park Crescents.


Division Two

Houghton Athletic v Atletico Europa

Yet to win at home Houghton Athletic play hosts to a Atletico Europa side looking for its first away point/points of the season.
Division Four
AFC Kempston Town & BC A v Dinamo Flitwick
Sandy Reserves v Flitwick Town A

100% away from home Dinamo Flitwick look for the three points that will take them to the top of the league table at AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A.

Sandy Reserves look for their first home point/points of the season when they play hosts to Flitwick Town A.


Herts FA Junior Cup 1st Round
Lea Sports PSG v Park Lane Rangers


Beds FA Junior Cup 2nd Round

AFC Dunton v Wixams
CS Rovers v Kempston Hammers Sports
Caldecote Reserves v White Eagles
Cranfield United Reserves v Luton Aces
FC Polonia Luton v Sundon Park Rovers
Kempston Athletic v Flitwick Town Reserves
Potton Town v Square Reserves
Wilstead Reserves v Riseley Sports
Bedford Albion v Henlow Reserves
Renhold United Reserves v Stevington Reserves
Sandy Albion v Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves
Southcott Village RA Reserves v Caldecote A
Wootton Village v Farley Boys Reserves
Harlington v Jedenaskta
Lidlington United Sports v FC Kokan

Eight all Bedfordshire County League ties which bring about seven opportunity's of a spot of giant killing. The most likely chance of an upset could well be Division Three at home Kempston Athletic beating Division Two Flitwick Town Reserves.

Current holders Kempston Hammers Sports look to be in for a tough time at Division Four league leaders CS Rovers but you would expect Division Two leaders Wixams will have enough in the bag to win at Division Three AFC Dunton.
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