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Sunday 24th April 2016
Premier Division supported by Sportsform title now down to a two club battle.
Saturday 23rd April 2016

Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Renhold United were to relinquish their hold on the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league crown after being beaten 5-1 at Cranfield United. Martin Holland with a hat-trick plus strikes from Nathan Evans and Jordan Appleton bringing up the home nap hand against a lone reply from Jason Allison. The league title now being down to a battle between current leaders AFC Oakley M&DH and third place Wilstead. With the latter sitting the afternoon out the boys from Oakley took their unbeaten home ways up to 11 games in beating Ickwell & Old Warden 3-0 to now with just two games to go hold a five point lead over Wilstead who have the three games left to play. Matt Barnes, Dan Kelly and an Ali Smith penalty doing the damage to see off Ickwell & Old Warden.

Elsewhere over at Hillgrounds AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College's quest for a top four finish was enhanced with a 3-2 home win over Shefford Town & Campton. Colby Smith netting twice and Chris Allen once against replies via Jamie Osbourn and Jahrome Mullings. But keeping right there in the mix for a top four finish are both Flitwick Town and Marston Shelton Rovers who shared the spoils at the Football Centre from a 3-3 draw. Josh Reynolds, Dylan Codger and Callum Jones on the home scoresheet against Rovers replies via Jamie Cerminara, Jim Burraway and Nicky Barton to take the Rovers unbeaten away ways up to six games.

Meantime Ampthill Town now know they will finish the season in eighth spot after being held to a 1-1 home draw by Sharnbrook. Alan Henman on their scoresheet against one in reply from Jim Burnside whose side were thankful to goalkeeper Tommy Dove saving a penalty to earn them a share of the spoils.

Down at the other end of the standings there was an all important 1-0 home win for Sandy over local rivals Caldecote. Jack Webb netting the vital goal in the 62nd minute in a game that was held up for some 12 minutes in the opening half due to a serious injury to Sandy's Matthew Clark and then see the visitors have to play the last 10 minutes a player short following a red card for skipper Tom Wallace his third of the season.

Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

With league leaders Sundon Park Rangers sitting the afternoon out second place Stevington took full advantage to close the gap on them to just two points in taking their winning ways up to seven games with a 3-1 win at AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves who were losing for the first time in seven outings. Aaron Hewitt netting twice and James Bourke once against a lone home reply from Keegan Roberts.

Queens Park Crescents now know only Westoning can deny them a third place finish after they took their unbeaten home ways up to six games with a 9-1 victory over Ickleford who were going down to their seventh consecutive league defeat. Ayaz Hussain with a brace joined on the scoresheet by single strikes from Daniel Rasol, Danyaal Iqbal, Meharban Hussain, Mohhammed Assass, Myles Ferraro and Shazed Sattar against a lone reply from Gareth Head.

However for Westoning to catch the Crescent boys and land that third place finish they need to collect 12 points or more from their remaining six games after running out 5-1 home winners over Potton Town thanks to goals from Dominic Benmoussa, Sam Holmes plus the Cooksley boys Thomas, Rob and Shaun against a lone reply from Sam King.

Down at the other end of the standings bottom of the table AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves failed to raise a side to visit Houghton Athletic who were duly gifted the three points to now take them six points clear of the M&DH boys in the standings who still have another three games to collect the points to overhaul them. Whilst Shefford Town & Campton Reserves climbed the table into ninth spot with a 3-0 home win over Henlow to record their first win in five outings. With 55 minutes played and the scoreline at 0-0 Town due to an injury and no substitutes to call on were forced to play the last 35 minutes with just 10 players but it mattered little as two goals from Simon Castle and a single strike from Adam Spoors saw them home to the three points.

Division Two

Now back onto the top of the Division Two league table are Cople & Bedford SA who took their winning ways up to six games to climb above Clapham Sports for whom after 12 straight wins it became unlucky number 13 has they went down to a 7-1 defeat. Ollie Hughes with a hat-trick, Paul Nigro with a brace being joined on the SA scoresheet by single strikes from Daniel Lupton and Brett Allen against a lone Sportsmen reply via Grant Williams.

Down at the other end of the standings Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves exchanged second from bottom and third from bottom spots with Kempston Athletic after they ended a seven game losing home run with a 6-3 victory over them. Gary Russon netting twice alongside single strikes from Ryan Maddock, Dale Maicaw, Ross Milton and Alex Wallace for the Rovers against Athletic replies via Niklay Mandinga twice and Richie Andrews once for the Athletic.

Division Three

League champions Wixams finished their season still with a 100% home record after they netted a 4-3 win over third place Wilstead Reserves who now require all six points from their closing two games if they are to overhaul Sundon Park Rovers for the silver medals. Gareth White the sole destroyer with all four goals to see his side to their eighth win on the bounce against replies via Hani Thiarra twice and Ryan Davenport once. Whilst fifth place AFC Dunton went down to a surprise 5-1 defeat at third from bottom of the table Meltis Albion Reserves. Scott Alleyne netting four times and Carl Townsend once for the Albion against a lone reply from Tony Norman.

Elsewhere Clifton now know they will finish the season in bottom spot after losing 2-0 at Renhold United Reserves for whom Michael France and Iain Asplin netted the goals to do the damage. Whilst Shefford Town & Campton A ended their season with a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of White Eagles. Kazimierz Orzecikswski, Michal Michalski and Sebastian Perczyk joined on the Eagles scoresheet by an own goal from Marcus Rose against a lone Town reply at the correct end from Dean Lindsell.

Division Four

Caldecote A now know they will have to win their last game of the season if they are to collect the division four silver medals after getting beaten 2-1 at Stevington Reserves who will now after goals from Sam Nightingale and Jamie Endersby finish the season in fourth spot. The lone Caldecote reply coming from Oscar Smith.


Preview of Forthcoming Action

Monday 25th April 2016.

Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves v Stevington 6.15pm : Stevington will take over top spot if they collect all three points at bottom of the table M&DH Reserves.
Westoning v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves 6.15pm: Westoning look for the points in their quest for a third place finish.

Division Two

Kempston Hammers Sports v Kempston Athletic 6.15pm: Hammers and Athletic battle it out for the Cutler Hammer bragging rights.

Wednesday 27th April 2016

Premier Division Supported by Sportsform

AFC Oakley M&DH v Sandy 6.15pm : M&DH could go eight points clear of Wilstead with a win over Sandy ahead of their title challengers later kick off.
Pavenham v Ickwell & Old Warden 6.15pm: Pavenham look for their first win in 12 outings to stay out of the drop zone.
Sharnbrook v Renhold United 6.15pm: Sharnbrook go in quest of their fifth home win on the bounce.
Marston Shelton Rovers v Flitwick Town 6.15pm: It was 3-3 at the weekend is another goal feast on the cards tonight as both clubs strive for a top four finish.
AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College v Wilstead 7.30pm: If M&DH beat Sandy then only a Wilstead win will do if they are to take the title race beyond the final whistle.

Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford

Potton Town v Henlow 6.15pm : Town look for just their second home win of 2016 as Henlow look for their first away win of 2016.

Division Two

Clapham Sports v Kempston Athletic 6.15pm: Only a home win will do if Clapham Sports are to put pressure on the later starting Cople & Bedford SA in the fight for the title.
Cranfield United Reserves v Cople & Bedford SA 7.30pm. A win for the SA will take them to the league title.

Division Three

Renhold United Reserves v White Eagles 6.15pm: United look for their third home win on the bounce against an Eagles side now unbeaten in their last four starts.

Saturday 30th April 2016 All Kick off at 2.30pm unless otherwise stated

Premier Division supported by Sportsform

Caldecote v Sandy: It's a must win game for the home side if they are to climb out of the bottom three.
Flitwick Town v Shefford Town & Campton : Shefford look for their first win in four away outings.
Sharnbrook v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College: If they have won in midweek Sharnbrook will be looking for their sixth home win on the bounce.
Wilstead v Ickwell & Old Warden : Wilstead look for their seventh home win on the bounce.

Division One supported by West Citroen Bedford

AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves v Henlow : M&DH look for the points to stave off a bottom place finish.
Potton Town v Stevington : Stevington look for the points that could win the title if Sundon Park Rangers slip up at Westoning.
Westoning v Sundon Park Rangers : Rangers need to win to set up a title decider against Stevington.

Centenary Cup Final at Shefford Town & Campton FC Kick Off 5pm

Queens Park Crescents v Ickleford.

Division Two

Kempston Athletic v Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves : It's a bottom three basement battle at Cutler Hammer.

Division Three

AFC Dunton v Wilstead Reserves : Only a win win do for Wilstead if they are to stay in the silver medal hunt.

Division Four

Henlow Reserves v Caldecote A : Only a Caldecote win will do if they are to claim second spot and the silver medals.

Watson Shield Final at Shefford Town & Campton FC Kick Off 1.30pm

Ampthill Town U18 v Renhold United Reserves.

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