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Wednesday 02nd September 2009
Biggleswade United Reserves Top the Premier Division supported by Sportsform Table.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform
Biggleswade United Reserves are the early leaders of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league table after claiming their second win of the week with a 2-0 home victory over Renhold United. Kai Griffiths-Shilton and Sean Murray netting the vital second half goals. United heading the table on goal difference from Campton who needed another late Mark Lagatta goal to secure a 2-1 home win over AFC Kempston Town, earlier in the game Ollie Houseden had shot the home side ahead only to see a Tom Pitts free kick level matters up for The Town, before Lagatta stole the show.
For Saturday's hero's Woburn it was a 1-0 defeat at Dunton. Steve Snelling goal 15 minutes from time claiming the points for the home side..Meanwhile their victims at the weekend Southhill Aleaxander were finding things much more to their liking at The Carlsberg Stadium with a 5-0 home win over Ickwell & Old Warden. Ashley Townsend with a hattick plus goals from Mark Capontes and Greg Moorse-Macdougall bringing about the nap hand.
After their heavy defeat at Blunham at the weekend. Westoning Recreation Club recovered to earn a home point in a 2-2 draw with Oakley Sports. Ian McGuiness seeing them into a 1-0 half-time lead but strikes from Jon Searle and Jason Angol saw the visitors lead until 15 minutes from time when Mcguiness netted his second goal of the evening to give the home side a share of the spoils. Blunham however were coming down to earth at Wilshamstead where they needed a late Andy Smith penalty to draw 2-2. The home side with a penalty of their own from Michael Jones took the lead until Matty McMahon levelled matters. David Benson then headed Wilshamstead 2-1 in front and seemingly on their way to three points until Smith struck late on from the spot.
The early pacemakers at the head of the Division One league table are Sandy who lead the way on goal difference thanks to their 7-0 home win over FC Meppershall. Goals from Chris Cooper, Daniel Bailey and Dan Threadgold saw them 3-0 ahead at the break before a brace in the second half from Sam James plus strikes from Dean Haines and Brad Smith brought up the seven goal tally. In second spot are Bedford Sports Athletic. 2-1 away winners at Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves. Goals from Ashley Mead and Gary Canazno taking them to the points against a home reply from Matthew Bruney.
Also with the maximum six points from six and in third and fourth spot are Leighton United and Flitwick Town after they both came up with wins on the road. United claiming a 3-2 victory at Stevington despite home goals from Andy Latimer and Ian Woods, whilst The Town needed just a single goal to claim the points in a 1-0 success at Kempston Hammers Sports.
Elsewhere, Caldecote Reserves run out 4-0 victors at Meltis Albion. Goals from Paul Gower, Tom Dupey, Leeroy Odd plus a Jack Boyd penalty doing the damage.Also winning on the road were both Marston Social and Campton Reserves.Goals from James Armstrong, Darren Rowlett and Antony Deakin taking Social to a 3-0 win at Blunham Reserves whilst a Dan Mabbot brace and a goal from Gary Ansell saw Campton win 3-0 at AFC Kempston Town Reserves.
The evening's other game in this division being abandoned just seven minutes from time at Groveside due to the fading light. At the time hosts Henlow were leading Kempston 5-2 thanks to goals from Glen Clarke, Jo Fallano, Adam Covell, Tyron Saunders and Jake Renney.
The early Division Two table toppers are Potton Wanderers who with two goals from Sam Worthington plus strikes from Danny Fox and Ricky Aris won 4-0 at Harpur FC. But chasing them up on goal difference are both Bedford Hatters and Arlesey Social Galacticos who both came up with their own second wins of the week. A brace of goals from Scott Alleyne plus strikes from Richard Cook, Simon Pixley and Danny De Foe taking The Hatters to a 5-1 home victory over Kings AFC whose lone reply came via Marcus Tomlin while The Social were winning 3-1 at Elstow Abbey despite a home goal from David McCarthy.
Also enjoying wins on the road were Great Barford and Marabese Ceramics. Barford with goals from Gary Russon, Jason Ames, Justin Brown and Freddie Windram winning 4-2 at Clifton, for whom Garath Carter and Tony Norman netted. Whilst for The Ceramics it was a 3-0 success at Shillington. James Tizard netting a brace alongside a goal for Ricky Bruniges.
The evening's final two games bringing about a 3-3 draw between Brache Sparta Community Reserves and Luton Old Boys. Martin Collins, Nathan Prime and Kevin Lamb netting the home goals to replies from Levi Baikpon twice and Glodi Kweme. While Marston Shelton Rovers kicked off their season 5-0 home winners over Kempston Royals. Goals from Aaron Franks, Jim Burraway, Chris Patrickson, Simon Craddock and an own goal doing the damage.