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Sunday 08th May 2016
Greenfield Road fails to deliver league history.
Wednesday 4th May 2016
Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford
Action tonight saw Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford league champions Sundon Park Rangers have their five game winning run ended when suffering their first home defeat of the season at the hands of second place Stevington in a game played under the Cranfield United Floodlights. Jordan Wright giving Stevington the lead in the 28th minute which was doubled from the penalty spot by Luke Cronin three minutes into the second period. Whilst on the hour mark Rangers goalkeeper Brett Smith took revenge on Cronin by saving his second penalty to leave us with a 0-2 scoreline come the final whistle.
In Division Two Kempston Hammers Sports lifted themselves into the top six with a 4-0 win over bottom of the table Kempston Athletic who were losing their ninth game on the bounce. Daniel Havil, Jimmy Grandidge, Chris Green and Shaun Winconek netting the goals to do the damage.
Thursday 5th May 2016
Premier Division supported by Sportsform
League champions AFC Oakley M&DH ended their season tonight by being beaten 3-2 by Shefford Town & Campton in a home game played at Cranfield United FC. Thus losing their 12 game unbeaten home run. Elijah Hukin and Alex Liburd on their scoresheet against Town replies via Stuart Pearce, Jahrome Mullings and Jamie Osborne.
Biggleswade Knock Out Cup Semi-Final
Ickwell & Old Warden were to bow out of this seasons competition when beaten 3-1 by Stotfold Under 21's on their own Roker Park patch. Behind in the 33rd minute they were to draw level via a Danny Fox free kick from 50 yards out 12 minutes from time before further home goals two minutes from time and in time added on will now see Stotfold face Shefford Town & Campton Reserves in next Thursday's final at Second Meadow Biggleswade United FC Kick Off 7.45pm.
Saturday 7th May 2016
Premier Division supported by Sportsform.
The Premier Division supported by Sportsform action for season 2015-16 drew to a close with it's final two games and for third place Wilstead that meant their third consecutive on the bounce when going down 3-2 at fifth place Flitwick Town. Ollie Banfield, Josh Reynolds and Alex Robinson-Welsh marking the Town scoresheet against two in reply from Michael Jones. Whilst down at the other end of the league table Pavenham will now finish the season in the third from bottom spot after being beaten 4-2 at tenth place Ickwell & Old Warden their eighth away defeat on the bounce. James Billington twice plus Jack Aris and David Parker on the home scoresheet against replies via James Owen and Tom Ellis.
Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford.
Action at Greenfield Road was meant to be of the history making kind with the leagues first ever double header of two games of 30 minutes each way between Westoning and Ickleford. Alas it didn't quite turn out that way after Ickleford turned up with just nine players. However game number one went ahead and saw the Ickleford nine having lost their last seven away outings emerge the surprise 1-0 winners thanks to a goal from Pete Saunders. They then elected to forfeit the second game and thus duly gifted their hosts or should we now say their visitors the three points.
The lone scheduled game Renhold United Reserves v AFC Dunton being postponed after AFC Dunton failed to raise a side to travel thus gifting the three points to United which saw the teams swap sixth and seventh places in the league table.