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Wednesday 21st April 2010
Queens Park Crescents claim Division Three league title.
Monday 17th April 2010
Caldecote Reserves were to maintain their challenge for this season's runners-up spot when running out 2-1 winners at AFC Kempston Town Reserves. Paul Gower shooting them ahead on the half-hour mark before Kai Griffiths-Shilton doubled the scoreline 10 minutes into the second period.The Town's reply was to arrive five minutes from time via Alec Russell.
For third place Marston Social,who trail Caldecote by six points but with three games in hand, it was a 4-3 win at Meltis Albion. Asa Garlick, Darren Ashpole and Michael Butler on target for The Albion being outgunned by strikes from Antony Deacon, Robin Platten, Darren Rowlett and Jack Constable.
Also still very much in the promotion race are Leighton United,who were to have their home fixture with Kempston Hammers Sports postponed after the visitors failed to raise a side.
Elsewhere, Sandy were to ending a four game losing away run with a 5-0 victory at Blunham Reserves.Sam Lewis, Ian Hammett and Mark Jennings netting in the opening half before the nap hand arrived via an own goal and a strike from Phil Beal.
Over at Groveside, Henlow and Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves played out a 0-0 draw.
In the night's final game in this section,Bedford Sports Athletic took their winning away run up to four games with a 4-3 victory over FC Meppershall. Gary Canzano, Ashley Mead, Tony McGovern and Danny Boyd netting the vital goals against home replies from Craig Damon, Dave Readman and Matt Prior.
League leaders Potton Wanderers took their winning ways to nine games, to go three points clear at the head of the league table from Bedford Hatters with a 8-0 home win over bottom of the table Shillington. Dean Hamilton and Joe Harrington both netting hat-tricks alongside a brace of goals from Sam Worthington.
League leaders Queens Park Crescents are now just two points away from the 2009-10 season league title after running out 5-1 winners at Wilshamstead Reserves.Ayaz Hussain with a hat-trick plus goals from Mohamed Zahar and Jatinder Bangle only being replied to by a strike from Shaun Wharton.
In the night's other game in this section, second place Lidlington United Sports who trail the leaders by some five points but with just two games to play ensured themselves of promotion with a 6-3 win at Riseley Sports Reserves, to take their unbeaten league ways up to 11 games. Chris Roberts, Aiden Redman, Lewis Weedon, Darren Sims, Ben Marwood plus an own on their scoresheet against home replies from Tommy Dove, Jimmy Grandidge and John Capper.
M & DH Oakley maintained their push for promotion to now only trail second place Sundon Park Rangers on goal difference following a 4-2 home win over Stewartby Village. Jamie Underwood and Shaun Cafferty both hitting braces against Village replies from Gareth O'Brien and Michael Cook.
For bottom of the table Kempston Athletic, it is now seven games since they tasted victory after going down 0-2 at home against Eastcotts. Kerion Day and Shaun Bolton bagging the winners goals.
The night's final game was to see Clifton Reserves have their five game unbeaten run ended in a 3-0 defeat at Thurleigh for whom Sam Queely, Ben Stock and Joe Walsh all found the back of the net.
Wednesday 21st April 2010
Premier Division supported by Sportsform
The Premier Division supported by Sportsform title race remains wide open after both Ickwell & Old Warden and Blunham came up with wins tonight. League leaders Ickwell & Old Warden with braces of goals from Anup Kalayan and Zak Rowe plus a strike from Nick Jones taking their unbeaten ways to 16 games with a 5-2 win at AFC Kempston Town, for whom James Allen was on target twice. Whilst Blunham were 4-1 home winners over Woburn. Andy Smith with a hat-trick plus a goal from Ivan Finch only being replied to by Lewis Murray.
For Westoning Recreation Club, it was the fate of relegation after being beaten 2-1 at Caldecote. 0-0 at half-time, Paul Lawrence was to shoot the hosts ahead on the hour mark only to see Ollie Sunmmers level matters just a minute later. Kai Griffiths-Shilton sealing The Rec Boys fate with the winning goal 15 minutes from time.
Sharnbrook still find themselves in the drop zone mix after they were beaten 0-1 at home by Wilshamstead. Glen Tumulty netting the vital goal 10 minutes into the second half.
Elsewhere,Oakley Sports maintained their quest for third spot after running out 2-1 home winners over Southill Alexander.Ben Brown netting both goals against a Alexander reply from Aaron Serieux.
Leighton United put themselves well and truly back into the promotion race when a penalty from Darryl Smith plus goals from Kevin Hilton and Asim Munir helped them to a 3-2 victory at Henlow for whom Joe Fallano replied twice including once from the penalty spot.
United's promotion cause being helped by Marston Social having their six game winning run halted when they could only shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Kempston. Ricky Prince on the scoresheet for the home side against a Simon Steele reply.
Down at the other end of the table, Campton Reserves lifted themselves out of the drop zone at the expense of the non playing Stevington, with a 2-0 home win over now relegated Kempston Hammers Sports.Ollie Summers and Andy Fennell netting the vital goals.
The evening's other game in this division seeing Bedford Sports Athletic have their four game winning run ended when they were beaten 2-3 at home by Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves.Lee Threadgold with a brace plus Dean Elwart the Ickwell scorers against home replies from Ashley Mead and Garath Arzu.
Brache Sparta Community Reserves kept their promotion charge on course when goals from Martin Collins, Haydon Fletcher and Lee Redmond saw them take their unbeaten ways to 13 games with a 3-0 home win over Shefford Town.
Meanwhile, Kings AFC were winning for the first time in seven outings, 4-2 at home over Arlesey Social Galacticos who thus lost their unbeaten eight game tag. Nathan Clements twice plus Rowan Hazelwood and Lee Morgan on target for Kings against replies from Ryan Dobson and a James Gentry penalty.
The 2009-10 season Division Three champions are Queens Park Crescents after they duly collected the required three points with a 4-0 victory at Sandy Reserves.Ayaz Hussain plus a Adam Jones own goal seeing them lead 2-0 at half-time, before strikes from Igrar Hussain and Mohammed Rahman in the second period put the seal on their championship season.