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Sunday 14th September 2014
Yes it really was 22-0.
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Renhold United are now two points clear at the head of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league table and the only top flight club still with a 100% record after winning 3-0 at Lidlington United who in going down to their fourth consecutive defeat remain on the bottom of the table. Mark Reed doing all the damage with a hat-trick.

Still unbeaten and in second spot are Marston Shelton Rovers who shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at also still unbeaten Oakley Sports M&DH. Mark Smith and Matt Barnes netting for the home side against Rovers replies via Dale Makiw and Dean Reid. Whilst remaining in third spot are Shefford Town & Campton who retained their own seasons unbeaten ways by winning 3-0 at Ickwell & Old Warden. Andy Hayday giving them the lead in the 34th minute but they had to wait until the last seven minutes before Hayday scored twice to complete his hat-trick to claim the points.The home sides cause not helped by a second yellow card for Lee Threadgold just three minutes before Hayday's second goal.

Now in fourth place are Flitwick Town who ran out 3-0 home winners over Sharnbrook thanks to a hat-trick from Daniel Stafford and thus dropping AFC Turvey down to fifth spot following their 3-0 home defeat at the hands of AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College. Mark Ivy, Colby Smith plus a Josh Sturniolo penalty doing the damage.

Elsewhere, there was a first win of the season for Eastcotts AFC who with a goal from Kaylen Wilson were 1-0 home winners over Wootton Blue Cross. Whilst Sandy are still looking for their own opening win of the campaign after being held to a 0-0 home draw by Wilstead.

The Pavenham v Caldecote game postponed due to their goalposts being vandalized overnight.

Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

The new leaders of the Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford league table are Henlow who claimed their third win on the bounce with a 2-1 home success over Riseley Sports. James Campbell and George Renney netting the vital goals against a lone reply from James Bowen.Whilst now in second spot are Sundon Park Rangers who welcomed Brache Sparta back to the Bedfordshire County Football League by beating them 22-0. Matt Conway claiming 10 goals, Nick Buttigeig five, Ravi Jessani 2 alongside single strikes from Edward Lewis, Steve Farkas, Brian Fraser and Lee Garner plus an own goal.

Now in third place are Cranfield United who were held to a 1-1 draw at Great Barford to lose their spot at the top of the table. Reuben Hukin on the home scoresheet against a United reply from Jordan Appleton. Just one point behind in fourth slot having also played a game less are Elstow Abbey who netted a 3-0 home win over AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves. Ed L'Erario shooting them ahead in the 55th minute before strikes from Danny Pilgrim on 84 minutes and Myles Feraro on 88 minutes took the scoreline up to three by the final whistle.

The divisions lone away winners of the day were AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves who won 3-0 at Marabese Ceramics. Anas Bechkourn netting twice and Chris Allen once to claim the full three points.

The third 3-0 winners of the day were Queens Park Crescents in their home win over Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Dante Barlie striking twice and Fabio Sattar once to do the damage. Whilst over at Miller Road, Meltis Albion were 4-3 home winners over Bedford SA thanks to braces of goals from Alex Smith and Alexis Kamenan against replies via Daniel Lupton twice and Ashlee Banton once.

Meantime, it was a share of the spoils for AFC Harlington and Potton Town in a 1-1 draw. Alex Barnwell the home goalscorer and Chris Moore netting for the Town.

Division Two

Meltis Albion Reserves remain 100% for the season and at the head of the division two league table following their 8-2 victory at Renhold United Reserves.Marko Tobdzic and Raiquan Joseph both netting twice alongside an own goal plus strikes from Sheldon Washington, James Pickard and Josh St Clair Pierre against a brace in reply from United's Michael France.

Just goal difference behind them and also still 100% for the season are Westoning who ran out 6-1 winners at Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves. James Lovett netting twice alongside goals for Lewis Wilson, Glenn Cooksley, Daniel Riddlesway and Nick Shirley against a lone home reply via Kryata Keelan.

Now in third spot are Stevington who went nap with a 5-1 win at Moggerhanger United. Aaron Fletcher and Gorgio La Mura both netting twice alongside a goal for Joe Holyoke, the home goal coming via an own goal. Whilst in fourth place are Elstow Abbey Reserves who won 5-3 at Clapham Sports.Shaun Cafferty netting twice plus Curtis McGall, Dave McCarthy and Dean Leydon for the Abbey against home replies via Neil Larman, Daniel McShane and Sam Maddix who didn't help the home cause by getting red carded just 10 minutes into the game.

Continuing the away day winners were Wootton Village who won 7-1 at Kempston Con Club Sports. Sahil Hanza netting four times, Nick Burraway twice and Aidan Medhurst once against a lone home reply from Matthew Argent.

The lone home winners being Kempston Hammers Sports with a 5-0 win over Caldecote Reserves where Sunnie Sandhu netting twice and strikes from Martin Bennett, Dan Sherwood and Michael Farmer brought up the nap hand.

Elsewhere, the honours were shared in a 1-1 draw between Wilstead Reserves and Kempston Athletic. Matthew Johnson on the home scoresheet and Gary Whitbread hitting the Athletic reply.

Meanwhile, Bedford United failed to raise a side for their scheduled visit to FC Houghton who will now be awarded the three points.

Division Three

With league leaders Dinamo Flitwick sitting the afternoon out their place at the top of the division three league table has been taken over by Cranfield United Reserves who ran out 6-0 home winners over Moggerhanger United. David Adderson with a brace plus Adam Kerr, Mark Blunt, Peter Kerr and an own goal marking their scoresheet.

Also jumping above Dinamo into second spot are Flitwick Town Reserves who won 4-2 at Westoning U20. Benn Ward with a brace plus strikes from Mark Bartlett and Cody Roberts only being replied to by Dominic Benmoussa and Lewis Cooksley. Whilst just behind Dinamo on goal difference only in fourth spot are Atletico Euopa who won 5-1 at Lea Sports PSG. Kane Alexander, Junior Ivy, Brian Day, Ishmael George and Mo Banda bringing up the nap hand against a lone home reply from Jordan Yearwood.

It was a grand opening game of the season for Shefford Town & Campton A with a 7-1 home victory over Mid Beds Tigers. Sam Larsen netting four goals, Jordan Robbens two and Jake Hills once against a Tigers reply from Lee Pyke.

Enjoying their first win of the season and going nap were FC Serbia with a 5-0 home win over Caldecote U20.Bozo Saso netting four times and Darro Dorotic once. Whilst also claiming their first win of the season were Sandy Reserves in winning 2-0 at White Eagles where Carl Mercer netted both goals.

Preview for Saturday 20th September 2014

In Premier Division supported by Sportsform action all of the current top three clubs face home encounters. For league leaders Renhold United the visitors to face them at their Playing Field headquarters are Eastcotts AFC. Whilst at their own Playing Field base second place Marston Shelton Rovers face a tough looking fixture against fourth place Flitwick Town and over at Hitchin Road, third place Shefford Town & Campton will be fully aware its never an easy task to take the full three points off the visiting Caldecote.

After two consecutive home defeats perhaps AFC Turvey will be pleased to be on the road to Hurst Grove to face an outing against home side Lidlington United Sports who will be looking for a point or more to lift themselves off the bottom of the league table and perhaps above Pavenham who will almost certainly start second favourites when called upon by AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College.

Still in search of their first win of the season are Sandy who will en route for a Weston Park meeting against Wootton Blue Cross who sit just one point and one place above them in the league standings at the wrong end of the league table. Whilst for Ickwell & Old Warden its a trip to Lodge Road and a meeting with hosts Sharnbrook.

The final top flight game coming at Jubilee Playing Fields where hosts Wilstead receive a visit from the still unbeaten AFC Oakley M&DH.

In Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford action current league leaders Henlow will be looking to preserve their seasons 100% record when AFC Harlington come calling on them at Groveside seeking their first win of the season.Whilst second place Sundon Park Rangers face a much tougher encounter this week when they journey for a Rectory Road meeting with Shefford Town & Campton Reserves.

It's a third verses fifth clash at Crawley Road where hosts Cranfield United put their seasons unbeaten record on the line when visited by fifth place Meltis Albion. Whilst the club currently squeezed between them in the league table Elstow Abbey place their own seasons 100% record on the table when they head for a Mill Lane outing against a yet to win this season Potton Town.

Having had a far from happy return to the league last weekend Brache Sparta will hope for better when they make their home debut at Dallow Road, but things will not be easy as the visitors are sixth place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves.

Sitting in second bottom place are Great Barford who will go into Fisher Close action against Marabese Ceramics where the task for both clubs will be to achieve their opening win of the season.

Other action comes at Gold Street, the venue at which hosts Riseley Sports receive a visit from Bedford SA and at King George VI Playing Fields where AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves go into home action against Queens Park Crescents.

In Division Two with league leaders Meltis Albion Reserves sitting the afternoon out, Westoning have the chance to climb to the top of the table when they play hosts to second from bottom of the table Kempston Con Club Sports at Greenfield Road and a win for Elstow Abbey Reserves at the Warren against bottom of the table Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves would also see them leap above the Meltis in the league standings.

Over at their Wootton Playing Field headquarters fifth place Wootton Village look to edge even closer to the top of the table with a victory over the visiting Renhold United Reserves, a comment that also applies to Kempston Hammers Sports when they go into home Cutler Hammer action against a yet to win Wilstead Reserves.

Other action coming at the Hockey Centre, the venue at which hosts Bedford United face Clapham Sports and at Harvey Close where Caldecote Reserves entertain local rivals Moggerhanger United.

For Division three league leaders Cranfield United Reserves its a trip to Bedford Road Recreation Ground to face Sandy Reserves and should they fail to collect all three points their position at the head of the table could be taking over by either Dinamo Flitwick or Flitwick Town Reserves should a positive result either way come from their meeting on the 3G surface at Redborne School.

Also in with a chance of claiming that top spot depending on the results of the above two games going their way are Atletico Europa who will be fully expected to gain the full three points from their trip to Horseshoes Close where they will be hosted by bottom of the table Moggerhanger United Reserves.

Down on the Green based on last weekends result Shefford Town & Campton A will be the favourites to gain the three points from the hosting Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves. Whilst just down the road at Harvey Close, second from bottom of the table Caldecote U20 look for their first point/points of the season when called upon by Clifton.

Other action comes at Bedford Academy, the venue at which FC Serbia play hosts to Lea Sports PSG and at Sandy Place Academy where Mid Beds Tigers host the visiting Westoning U20.

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