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Wednesday 29th April 2009
Westoning Recreation Club Within Touching Distance Of The Division One Title
Monday 27th April 2009
Premier Division Supported By Sportsform
Campton moved to within three points of Caldecote at the top of the league table after netting a 4-2 away win at Oakley Sports, a brace from Gary Gibson plus an own goal and a strike from Dan Mabbot to the damage against home replies from Jason Angol and Dave Baxter.
Kempston dream of a top three finish was to disappear after they were beaten 9-2 at champions elect Westoning Recreation Club who are now within seven points of lifting the league title from their last four outings, Ian Buckingham, Dave Shirley, Nick Shirley and Ollie Summers all netting twice alongside Dean Gadsen for The Rec Boys whilst the Kempston replies came via Danny Burraway and Alex Goosby.
Also taking a big step towards promotion were Woburn via a 2-1 home win over Marston Social, Aaron Ripley and Martin Holland netting the vital goals against a reply from Andy Harding, The Safari Boys now without seven points of their target but with just four games left they trail Westoning Recreation Club by five points so the league title looks out of reach.
Still hoping these two slip up are current second spotters Meltis Albion who kept the pressure up with a 5-3 home win over Royal Oak Kempston, both Michael Butler and Scott Alleyne netting twice alongside Darren Ashpole, against a brace in reply from Gary Canzano and a ED L'erarion goal, meanwhile down at the bottom of the table, Caldecote Reserves climbed out of the bottom two with a 6-0 away win at Kempston Hammers Sports who now themselves drop into the bottom three of the league table, Leeroy Odd with a hattrick plus Joe Jordan, Jack Warwick and Matt Basta the Caldecote marksmen.
Elsewhere, Flitwick Town were 5-0 home winners over Elstow Abbey, Jim Lewis with a hattrick, Ben Wallington with a brace plus Steve Parkhouse on the scoresheet while Stevington and AFC Kempston Town Reserves shared the spoils in a 4-4draw, Eddie Haddow and Lawrence Bentham netting braces for the home side against Town replies from Shar Rahman, Nathan Aulsberry, Lyndon Ingerson and Fabio Cientinni.
Great Barford took themselves up to sixth in the league table and kept their promotion hopes alive with a 4-2 home win over Saffron, Gary Russon netting twice alongside Daniel Stafford and Luke Haverly whilst the visitors replies came via Husnaya Rahman and Ashad Hussain, sitting above Great Barford in fourth spot in the table are Clifton 2-0 winners at Mulberry Bush who remain in the second bottom spot, Tony Norman grabbing both goals and just one place above The Bush in the standings are Blue Chip who went down to a 0-8 home defeat at the hands of Kings AFC, Nathan Clements and Josh Clements netting twice alongside single strikes from Chris Greene, Lee Morgan, Michael Whealan and Marcus Tomlin.
It was a night of four games all of them finishing in victory for the home sides, Caldecote A beating Sandy A 4-3, two penalties from Jack Boyd plus an own and a strike from James Tomlin outgunning a brace from David Smith and a goal from Dean Haines in reply.
Three Tuns Galacticos needed just a Moni Nsiwete goal to see them to a 1-0 win over Westoning Recreation Club but things were much easier for Wilshamstead Reserves 5-0 victors over Stewartby Village, Harry Atherstone netting twice alongside Matt Johnson, Ross Zeltrobuhov and Mark Kelly.
The nights final game going the way of Riseley Sports, 6-2 over Marsh Leys, Tom Ellison on the mark twice which was added to by an own goal plus strikes from Ashley Green, Jayme Harris and Liam Colan, The Leys reply coming via Liam Parker and Damion Quigley.
Wednesday April 29th 2009
Premier Division Supported By Sportsform
Riseley Sports were to end any hope Blunham had of finishing the season in third spot when goals from Tommy Duff and Paul Brown saw them end their own season on a high with a 2-1 home win.
Westoning Recreation Club took themselves another big step forward towards the Division One league title when running out 5-1 winners at Royal Oak Kempston, braces of goals from Nick Shirley and Ian Buckingham plus a strike from Dean Gadsden doing the damage, Woburn however are still there in the chase after they also won on the road 9-1 at Elstow Abbey, both Martin Holland and Shane Forsythe found the back of the net three times, Jake Nicholls netted twice and Stuart Skolsky once.against a home reply from Mark Keech.
For Sandy Reserves it was a 5-1 away win at Kempston Hammers Sports to ensure themselves of another season of Division One football next term. Mark Jennings, Steve Jakes, Ben Slatter, Phil Cooper and Jamie Scotcher netting the vital goals to a Hammers reply from Dan Havil.
Another club finishing the season on a high note were Marston Social, 4-0 away winners at Campton Reserves thanks to goals from Darren Rowlett, Jamie Orton, Daniel Bullen and Andy Harding.
With a goal from Stephen Wilson Kings AFC were to earn themselves a point in a 1-1 home draw with Marabese Ceramics which means The Tiler Men can now no longer finish the season in an automatic promotion spot, whist Potton Wanderers hopes of the same target were severely dented when they were beat 1-0 away at Meltis Corinthians Reserves, Mufaro Mashavira netting the lone goal of the game.
In the evenings only other game Lidlington United Sports took a big step forward in their efforts to beat the drop with a 3-2 away win at Saffron who themselves are still in danger of Division Three football next term.
The evening's lone game in this section was to see goals from Damion Quigley and Alan Cudjoe take Marsh Leys to a 2-1 home win over Caldecote A whose reply came via Jack Boyd.