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Thursday 02nd September 2010
Blunham top the Premier Division supported by Sportsform table.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform.
Following the second round of this seasons games in the top flight, just four of the 16 clubs remain undefeated. Leading the way at the top of the table are Blunham who ran out 4-1 winners at Southill Alexander.Two goals from Andrew Vallom plus single strikes from Zak Rowe and Andy Smith only being replied to by Rob Teppett.
Sitting in second spot are Renhold United who enjoyed a 2-0 away win at Sharnbrook, whilst third place Oakley Sports were 1-0 home winners over AFC Kempston Town, thanks to a goal from Mark Smith.
The quartet of unbeaten clubs being made up by Shefford Town & Campton who opened their season with an 8-2 home thumping of Arlesey Town Reserves. Adam Larsen netting four times Andrew Hayday grabbing a hat-trick, to go alongside a single strike from Graham Dilley. The Town replies coming via Dan St Ledger and Dan Pilkington.
Also romping to a big home win were Wilshamstead, 5-0 over Flitwick Town.Two goals from Paul Jones plus strikes from Sean Robson, Matt Rossbrough and Colin Marshall doing the damage.
The shock of the night coming at Crawley Road.Where Woburn emerged 3-2 home winners over Leighton United.Goals from Martin Holland, Nick Skolsky and Chris Allan only being replied to by a brace from United’s Phil Matthews.
Over at Second Meadow, Biggleswade United Reserves commenced their season with a 3-4 home defeat at the hands of Dunton. Tom McGhee, Tom Burton, Lawrence Bosher and James Cooper on the Dunton scoresheet against two in reply from Gareth Bonness and a single strike from Jamie McGregor.
The early season pacemakers at the head of the Division One league table are Bedford Hatters. They emerged 3-0 away winners at Marston Social, goals from Derek Joswiak, Aaran Izzard and Danny De Feo doing the damage.
Another side enjoying a win on the road were Marston Shelton Rover,winning 2-1 at Meltis Albion.A brace of goals from Liam Parker only being replied to by a strike from Michael Butler.
The third and final game of the night in this division seeing Blunham Reserves open their season with a 2-0 home win over Henlow,Gary Fil netting both goals.
Just 24 hours earlier Sandy Reserves had gained their first three points of the campaign with a 2-0 win at Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves thanks to goals from Craig Baker and Ray McKeating.
Great Barford are the earlier leaders of the Division Two table after running out 4-2 winners at Harpur FC. Rob Tapley, Freddie Windram, Daniel Stafford and Luke Haverly netting the vital goals against home replies from Kane Alexander and Porik Walsh.
The top scorers of the night however were Shefford Town & Campton Reserves who won 5-3 at Kempston Hammers. Tom Scurfield and Keiron Best both netting twice alongside Adam Chambers, the home replies coming from Daniel Havill twice and Kevin Simcoe.
Another game of eight goals was the 4-4 draw between Clifton and Arlesey Social Galacticos. Paul Rowe twice plus Toby McNaught and Greg King in the home scoresheet against Social replies from Johnny Rowe, Moni Nsiawete, Lee Shambrook plus an own goal.
The shock of the night took Marabese Ceramics to a 2-1 win over Elstow Abbey. Goals from Denver Donaldson and Richard Follano doing the damage against a Abbey reply from Harry Ellis.
For Queens Park Crescents it was a 2-1 home win over Kings AFC, Ayaz Hussain plus Chezad Satter netting the vital goals against a reply from Josh Clements.
Also enjoying life on the road were Bromham United 2-0 winners at Stevington thanks to strikes from Reuben Hukin and Paul Hubbard.The final game of the night also brought about an away win for Lea Sports, 4-2 at Stopsley Park.James Awofosan with a brace and goals from Hayden Fletcher and Charlie Betts only being replied to by two home goals from Rob Wilson.
Pavenham are the early leaders of the Division Three table following their 7-0 win at Riseley Sports.James Owen netting four times alongside an own goal plus strikes from John Coles and Alan Craigen.
In second spot and still 100% for the season is M & DH Oakley who won 4-0 at Cranfield United Reserves.Scott Rotherey striking twice alongside Jamie Underwood and Adam Emms.
In third place, and still with a perfect record, is Sharnbrook Reserves who emerged 2-1 away winners at Renhold Village. Jayme Harris and Jordan Baxter netting their goals against a home reply from Simon Wade.
Over at Harvey Close, Caldecote A ran out 4-0 home winners over Dunton Reserves.Ryan Ambrose, Sean Boyd, Gavin Ratford and Kyle Griffiths-Shilton all finding the back of the net.
The final game of the night seeing Co-Op Sports and Sundon Park Rangers share the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Andrew Randell and Scott Davis the home marksmen against Rangers replies from Luke Evans and Sam Chapman.