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Sunday 28th February 2010
Preview for Saturday 6th March 2010.
Action this coming weekend in the Premier Division supported by Sportsform gives Oakley Sports a chance to climb up into third spot in the league table should they collect the three points on offer when they entertain AFC Kempston Town at their Playing Fields Headquarters.Meanwhile down at the bottom end of the table Southill Alexander go into home Carlsberg Stadium action against Dunton.The hosts starting the day without a win from their last eight outings whilst the visitors travel having lost their last six trips away from Horseshoes Close and without a win in their last 11 league outings.
Meanwhile over at Jubilee Playing Fields, Wilshamstead will look to take their unbeaten home ways to six games when paid a visit by Renhold United.
For four other top flight clubs it's action in the Britannia Cup: at Lodge Road, Sharnbrook and Blunham look to get their First Round tie underway at the fourth time of asking for the right to host Woburn at the last eight stage, whilst at Rectory Road, Campton take on reigning cup holders Caldecote in a Second Round tie.
In Division One, with league leaders Flitwick Town sitting the afternoon out, second place Caldecote Reserves have a chance to close the gap on them at the head of the table to just 12 points when they host a Kempston side that has lost it's last three away games at Harvey Close. For third place Meltis Albion, who only trail Caldecote on goal difference it's a journey to The Green to face an Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves outfit that has won it's last three games.
Over at Cople Playing Fields hosts Bedford Sports Athletic take on promotion seeking Marston Social who travel looking to put an end to a run of seven away games without a victory.Whilst at Hillgrounds, AFC Kempston Town Reserves go into home action against Blunham Reserves.
Elsewhere, for bottom of the table Kempston Hammers Sports it's home Cutler Hammer action against Sandy who travel now unbeaten in their last five outings, whilst Stevington look for their first win in five games when they host FC Meppershall.
Meanwhile in The Bedfordshire FA Intermediate Cup Quarter-Finals, Leighton United host United Counties League outfit AFC Kempston Rovers Reserves at Stanbridge Road.
For Division Two sides, the main spotlight will fall upon the Second Round ties in The Jubilee Cup which failed to get finished last weekend. League leaders Bedford Hatters going into home Miller Road action against Elstow Abbey. Arlesey Social Galacticos entertaining Marston Shelton Rovers at Arlesey Recreation Ground. Whilst Brache Sparta Community Reserves revisit Groveside to face Marabese Ceramics.
This leaving just a league programme of three games, for second place Potton Wanderers that means a chance to close the gap on league leaders Bedford Hatters to just three points when they host Shefford Town at Mill Lane.The Town hitting the road in search of their third away win on the bounce against a Wanderers side that has been beaten just once on home soil all season.
Down at the other end of the table, Great Barford who are without a home win since late October, host bottom of the table Shillington who travel to take them on at their Playing Field Headquarters still in search of their first win of the season.
The points will also be keenly contested at The Bedford Hockey Centre where home club Harpur FC now on a three game winning home run receive a visit from a Clifton side that travel unbeaten on the road on it's last three ventures away from Whiston Crescent.
The days final action in this division taking place at King George VI Playing Fields where Kings AFC look to take their unbeaten home ways to seven games against the visiting Marabese Ceramics.
Division Three action sees league leaders Queens Park Crescents hit the road still with a seasons 100% away record to face Stopsley Park at The Luton Regional Sports Centre. Whilst the game of the day in this division comes at Horseshoes Close between third place hosts Dunton Reserves and second place visitors Lidlington United Reserves who travel looking to extend their unbeaten away league sequence to five games.
For bottom of the table Sandy Reserves it's home Bedford Road Recreation Ground action against Westoning Recreation Club Reserves, Sandy looking to end a losing run of four games whilst the visitors travel unbeaten on the road in league action since losing at Dunton Reserves in Mid-October.
The team immediately above Sandy in the league standings are Riseley Sports Reserves and they will be in home Gold Street action against Wilshamstead Reserves. Whilst the final action of the day in this division takes Caldecote A on the road to Renhold Playing Fields to face Renhold Village, where they look to take their unbeaten ways to four games.
In Division Four the big game comes in Mowsbury Park with a meeting between the top two sides, hosts and second place Sharnbrook Reserves looking to put an end to league leaders Sundon Park Rangers six game unbeaten league run and close the gap on them at the head of the table to just two points.
For promotion chasing M& DH Oakley, it's a trip to Hillgrounds to face Eastcotts looking to end a two game losing run on the road and at the same venue it's a clash between the divisions bottom two clubs when Kempston Athletic host Bedford Park Rangers.
Other action comes at Steppingley Road, where Flitwick Town Reserves look to take their unbeaten league ways to five games when paid a visit by Stewartby Village whose only away win of the season came as long ago as October 10th at Thurleigh.
The final action coming at Whiston Crescent where Clifton Reserves host a Dinamo Flitwick side in search of their fourth away league win on the bounce.
Following on from the weekend action there are two Premier Division supported by Sportsform fixtures on Wednesday March 10th. At Second Meadow, Biggleswade United Reserves host Westoning Recreation Club, whilst just down the road at The Carlsberg Stadium, Southill Alexander will be in home action against Renhold United. Kick Off for both games being 7.45pm.