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Saturday 13th October 2018
Ground Hop Day brings the crowds to Bedfordshire.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Shefford Town & Campton now lead the Premier Division supported by Sportsform standings by four points after they retained their season unbeaten ways with a 7-0 home victory over bottom of the table Sharnbrook. Kier Boyd netting four times and Sam King claiming a hat-trick to do the damage. Whilst now in second spot are Queens Park Crescents who before a ground hopping crowd of 161 ran out 3-0 home winners over Caldecote to maintain their seasons 100% home ways. Dominic Parrella opening the scoring in the 21st minute which was doubled by Danial Rassol from the penalty spot eight minutes into the second period before he also claimed the third Crescents goal three minutes from time. Crescents then were to lose Hassan Yousaf to a red card just 60 seconds later to finish the game with 10 men.

The Crescents taking over second spot on goal difference from Cranfield United who lost their seasons 100% record when held to a 2-2 home draw by Wilstead. Delroy Philips and Ivan Otono netting for United against a brace in reply from Sam Evans for the visitors. Whilst now in fourth spot are Ickwell & Old Warden who won 7-4 at AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College. Sheldon Washington leading the way with a hat-trick and joined on their scoresheet by braces from Marko Tobdzic and Chris Baines. The home replies coming via a Thomas Vandenburg hat-trick and a single strike from Phil Beall.

Also jumping one place in the league standings to fifth place are Crawley Green Reserves who netted win number three on the bounce with a 5-1 home win over Stevington. Temitayo Akerele with a hat-trick and single goals from Jake Alderton and Thomas Barnett bringing up the nap hand against an own goal in reply for the visitors.

The biggest win of the day was however to go to Flitwick Town who claimed their first home points of the season with a 10-0 win over Renhold United. Dominic Collins netting five times to go alongside an own goal plus strikes from Ben Lee-Phillips, Ritchie Bevan, Florin Filimon plus a Phil Matthews penalty. Whilst AFC Oakley M&DH returned to winning ways after a 90th minute penalty from Elijah Hukin took them to a 3-2 home win over Riseley Sports, Hukin replacing Alistair Smith has the home penalty taker after Smith had missed from the spot earlier in the game, Zach Ives and Robbie Alder netting the earlier home goals against Sports replies from Jack Healy and Josh Poole.

The league hop day being concluded at Weston Park where before a crowd of 137 home side Wootton Blue Cross needed to come from 0-2 down at half-time to share the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Marston Shelton Rovers. Nick Skolsky shooting the Rovers ahead in the 24th minute which was doubled by Jamie Cerminara 11 minutes later before a brace from Antony Wright in the 53th and 64th minutes ensured the Blue Cross would extend their unbeaten ways to three games.

Division One supported by O'Neills

Ground Hop day had started in the morning at Woodlands where league leaders Bedford Albion maintained their seasons 100% ways before a crowd of 149 with a 9-0 beating of a Sandy side who are still looking for their first win of the season. The game being all by half-time with a Albion 7-0 ahead following a hat-trick from Paul Babbington plus a brace from Adam Lewis and single goals from Ryan Kelly and Chris Wright. Babbington then adding his fourth in the 49th minute before Jessie Sidhu completed the scoring after 63 minutes.

Henlow had started the day in second spot but now find themselves in fifth place after their five game unbeaten run was ended with a 3-0 defeat at Cople & Bedford SA who themselves were winning for the first time in five starts. Ashley Banton, Ollie Hughes and Lucas Banton netting the goals to do the damage. Taking over that second spot are Wixams who extended their unbeaten ways to five games with a 7-1 home win over Lea Sports PSG. Max Natola and Gareth White both netting twice to go alongside single goals for Grant Tibbett, Adam Jellis and Minde Siburkis. The lone PSG reply coming from George Higley.

Just a point behind in third spot are Shefford Town & Campton Reserves who remain unbeaten this term after winning 2-1 at Biggleswade FC Reserves. George McGonagle netting both goals against a lone home reply via John Veal. The non-playing Cranfield United Reserves now sitting fourth and heading a cluster of four teams on 13 points the last of which being now seventh place Christians in Sport following their 4-2 home win over AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves. Chris Horncastle with a brace being supported by goals from Daniel Gagar and Dean Wrench against Town replies via an own goal and a strike from Bryn Reynolds.

Slowing slipping down the standings are The 61 FC Luton Reserves who now sit in eighth spot after being beat 4-0 at Flitwick Town Reserves. Oliver Banfield, Jack Brereton, Peter Rogan plus an own goal doing the damage. Whilst Totternhoe Reserves returned to winning ways with a 3-2 home victory over Wilstead Reserves. Jonny Clarke, Mitch Butler and Archie Taylor striking the goals against replies via Robert Booth and Robert Lilley.

Division Two supported by Hy-Pro

There is no change at the head of the Division Two supported by Hy-Pro standings following wins for the top two clubs. For league leaders Houghton Athletic it was win number five on the bounce and a retention of their home unbeaten ways with a 6-0 win over Atletico Europa. Mihail Tudos leading the way with a hat-trick, Cosmin Miron adding a brace and Jordan Thomas netting once to keep them goal difference clear of Meltis Albion who retained their season unbeaten away ways by winning 3-2 at Luton Leagrave AFC. Sean Canavan, Fabio Esposito and Aaran Wright on the Albion scoresheet against home replies via Ravi Jessani and Ishmael Drais.

Now sitting in third spot are Kempston Athletic who retained their seasons unbeaten ways with a 5-1 home victory over Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves. James Maxwell with a brace joined on the home scoresheet by Craig Damon, Lee Leonard and Daniel Mattin to bring up the nap hand against a lone Rovers reply from Lorenzo Jordan. Whilst just goal difference behind in fourth spot and likewise still unbeaten this season are Elstow Abbey who won 3-1 at CS Rovers. Serge Kadji with a brace plus a strike from Ciaran Alexander only being replied to once by Rovers Conner Darocha.

In fifth spot now are Clifton who gained their first home points of the season with a 2-1 victory over AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves. Adam Lawrence and Joe Worboys their marksmen against a lone reply from John Hislop. Whilst Sporting Lewsey Park made it a third win on the bounce with a 6-1 home victory over M&DH Clapham Sports who are still awaiting their first points of the season. Chris Gibson and Mark Raffermati both netting twice and joined on their scoresheet by single strikes from Jonathan Barnett and Luke Lincoln against a lone M&DH reply via Owen Tuffin.

For Black Swan it was a return to winning ways with a 3-1 home victory over St Joseph (Saturday) Joe Grossi, Ben Smith plus an own goal only being replied to once by Joe's Kenan Dogruer and after five straight defeats Sundon Park Rovers also returned to winning ways by winning 3-2 at Unite MK Reserves. Matthew Ania, Bob Mcgarth and Ryan Gowans all finding the back of the net against home replies via Jason Hart and Craig Bannister.

Division Three supported by Hy-Pro

Pines (Luton ) now find themselves six points clear at the head of the Division Three supported by Hy-Pro standings after they extended their seasons 100% record with a 6-0 home win over Thurleigh. Ryan Smith bagging four goals to go alongside single strikes from Nathan Miller and Garry Duncan. Now in second spot are FC Polonia ( Luton) after they made it three home wins on the bounce in beating Real Haynes 2-1 who had started the day in second spot and now drop down to fourth place. Marcin Gorczyca and Grzegorz Rudnicki on the home scoresheet and Ben Worbey replying for the visitors.

Just goal difference behind in third place are Shefford Town & Campton A who took their winning ways up to four games with a 2-1 home victory over Harlington Juniors. Michael Castle and Bradley Vought netting the Town goals against a lone reply from Harry Thompson. Whilst for fifth place Wixams Wanderers it was a share of the spoils from a 2-2 draw at the still unbeaten seventh place Bedford Albion Reserves. Michael France and Thomas O'Neil the Wanderers scorers against home replies via Pasquale Grasso and Gary Townsend.

Still unbeaten at home this season and up to sixth place are Dinamo Flitwick who beat Flitwick Town A 6-2. Dale Goldie and Daniel Day hitting brace to go alongside single goals for Alex Sommers and Joe Kwarcinski against Town replies from Matt Whitty and Sean O'Donnell. Whilst also hitting six goals were Square FC with a 6-1 win at Real Haynes Reserves. Nathan Davies with a brace being supported by single goals from Tamis Kamara, Josh Moffatt, George Adams-Rimmer and a Tom Foster penalty against a lone home reply via James Hall.

For Lidlington United Sports it was a first win of season with a 4-1 victory at Stevington Reserves. Goals from Michael Badkin, Carl Pearson, John Oldfield and a Jamie Rodd penalty only being replied to once by Jamie Daniels for the home side. Whilst Wootton Village went nap with a 5-0 home win over the yet to win Sandy Reserves. Aqeeb Hanif leading the way with a hat-trick and joined on the Village scoresheet by Etan Tanti and Shaun Quin

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