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Sunday 21st January 2018
Marston Shelton Rovers defence of the Britannia Cup falls at the first hurdle.
Britannia Cup 1st Round

Marston Shelton Rovers defence of the Britannia Cup was to falter at the opening hurdle when they were beaten 7-1 at Ickwell & Old Warden. Scott Alleyne and Ashley Drummond both hitting braces to go alongside single strikes from Conor Green, Miguel Dean and Marko Tobdzic against a lone reply via Wes Burrows for the Rovers. Whilst the highest score of the day was to go the way of last seasons runners up Caldecote who were 9-1 home winners over Kempston Rovers Development. Sam Julian leading the way with a hat-trick, Adam Legate netting twice whilst there were single goals for Dan Fennell, Liam Murray, Andrew Truett and Carl Heath with the lone Rovers reply coming via Lorenzo Filip.

For Shefford Town & Campton it was a 5-3 home victory over AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College. Lewis Taylor with a hat-trick plus strikes from Jake Renney and Cameron Sharp bring up the nap hand against College replies via Taylor Bakogeorge twice and Daniel Green once. Just one goal behind were AFC Oakley M&DH the 4-2 home victors over Renhold United. Alex Liburd from the penalty spot plus Zach Ives, Dan Kelly and Matt Barnes netting the home goals against United replies via Ali Aamara and Hayden Shipp.

Also making home advantage pay off were Cranfield United the 3-1 winners over Queens Park Crescents. Shay Fenton, Tim Larrier and Antonio Riccardi the United marksmen against one in reply from Shazad Sattar. Yet for Flitwick Town it was the heartache of a 3-4 penalty shoot-out defeat at home to Sharnbrook after 90 minutes played had saw the sides deadlocked at 1-1. Ritchie Bevan from the penalty spot the Town scorer against a Sharnbrook reply from Hameed Lawal.

The games Wilstead v Stevington and Wootton Blue Cross v Crawley Green Reserves being postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

Centenary Cup 1st Round

League form was to go out of the widow and see The 61 FC Luton Reserves serve up the result of the day in winning 3-2 at AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves. Ryan McEvoy with a brace plus Kane Dempsey on the 61 scoresheet against Town replies from Jesse Sidhu and Kurtis Alleyne.

The highest score of the day however belonging to Sandy who emerged 5-3 home winners over Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Matt Johnson netting twice including one from the penalty spot to add to the single strikes from Charlie Richardson, Liam Brophy and Max O'Keefe to bring up the nap hand whilst all three Town replies came via Tom Scurfield.

There was also home success for Henlow with a 3-2 win over Lea Sports PSG. Luke Purchase, Paul Wright and Kaan Fehani on the home scoresheet against PSG replies via an own goal plus Joe Hennem.

Meantime, Cranfield United Reserves were to emerge the 3-2 penalty shoot-out winners at Wixams after 90 minutes play had saw the sides deadlocked at 2-2. Gareth White and Grant Tibbet netting for the home side and David Adderson and Joe Bygraves replying for United.

The Totternoe Reserves v Flitwick Town Reserves game falling victim to a waterlogged pitch.

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The lone game of the day saw Biggleswade FC Reserves win 5-1 at Meltis Albion. Ashley Boness netting a hat-trick to go alongside single strikes from John Veal and Gianni Battezzato against a lone Albion reply from Stanley Gonese.

Jubilee Cup 1st Round

Sundon Park Rovers defence of the Jubilee Cup was to begin in style with a 4-0 home win over Wixam Wanderers. Nick Buttigieg with a brace plus strikes from Caine Caldwell doing the damage. Whilst Henlow Reserves claimed the biggest win of day with a 9-1 victory at CS Rovers. James Campbell and Chris Powell both netting twice to go alongside an own goal plus single strikes from Keith Milburn, Oliver Catley, Pier Le Grand and Charlie Willison, the lone Rovers goal being netted by Joe Campion.

In an afternoon of away wins there were also three other sides enjoying life on the road. Luke Pursey netting all three of Wilstead Reserves goals in their 3-2 victory at Caldecote Reserves for whom Josh Wilson scored twice. Whilst Thomas Cooksley and Harry Busbridge were the Westoning scorers in their 2-1 victory at Houghton Athletic for whom Jordan Taylor netted plus Renhold United Reserves were the 6-4 victors at Elstow Abbey. Michael France leading the way with a hat-trick, Jamie Lovell weighing in with a brace and Josh France netting the once against Abbey replies via Harry Ellis, Jason Harrison, Matt Poulton and Dean Leydon.

For Atletico Europa it was a walk over into round two when Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves failed to raise a side to visit them in Jubilee Park and the Luton Leagrave AFC v Bedford Albion tie was postponed due to the weather.

Watson Shield 1st Round

Going nap were the A teams of AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College and Shefford Town & Campton. The College boys the 5-2 winners at Bedfordshire Saturday Youth League Bromham Youth Blues thanks to a brace from Jake Duxbury and goals from Martin Smith, Daniel Oseji and Simao Faia against home replies via Tim Green and Daniel Walker. Whilst Shefford won by the same 5-2 scoreline at Bedford Albion Reserves. Gareth Head with a brace plus single strikes from Josh Lummis, Sam Lummis and Liam Radley bringing up the nap hand against Albion replies via Tom Wade and Sean Hendry.

Perhaps the result of the afternoon belonged to Bedfordshire Saturday Youth League side Barton Rovers who ran out 4-2 home victors over Harlington. Henry Snee leading the way with a hat-trick and joined on the home scoresheet by Niall Jones against Harlington replies from Kyron Jackson and Evan Tracey.

There was also a home win for Kempston Athletic in defeating Stevington Reserves 3-2 thanks to a brace of goals from Josh St Clair Pierre and a strike from Craig Damon.

Elsewhere, Flitwick Town A required a 4-3 penalty shoot-out success to overcome Bedfordshire Saturday Youth League Barton Rovers Blues at the Football Centre after 90 minutes play had saw the sides all square at 1-1. Luke Snapes netting for the Town and George Nicholls replying for the Blues.

The Black Swan v Wootton Village and Clifton v Caldecote A games postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

Division Three

Having lost their last nine outings White Eagles were to ensure their losing run was not to run into double figures when they netted their first home win of the season in defeating Dinamo Flitwick 3-1. Jakus Rogolski, Piotr Mielniczek and Hincu Ion netting against a lone reply from Josh Pearson.

The Next Seven Days

Saturday 27th January 2018

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Caldecote v Kempston Rovers Development

Cranfield United v Queens Park Crescents

Crawley Green Reserves v Flitwick Town

Ickwell & Old Warden v Renhold United

Marston Shelton Rovers v AFC Oakley M&DH

Sharnbrook v Wilstead

Shefford Town & Campton v Wootton Blue Cross

Stevington v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College

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AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves v Henlow

Biggleswade FC Reserves v Cranfield United

Cople & Bedford SA v The 61 FC Luton Reserves

Flitwick Town Reserves v Totternhoe Reserves

Lea Sports PSG v Sandy

Meltis Albion v Wixams

Riseley Sports v Shefford Town & Campton Reserves

Division Two

AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves v Elstow Abbey

CS Rovers v Houghton Athletic

Henlow Reserves v Caldecote Reserves

Renhold United Reserves v Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves

Sundon Park Rovers v Bedford Albion

Wilstead Reserves v Atletico Europa

Wixams Wanderers v Westoning

Division Three

Bedford Albion Reserves v Black Swan

Caldecote A v Wootton Village

Clifton v Flitwick Town A

Dinamo Flitwick v Kempston Athletic

Harlington v Stevington Reserves

Shefford Town & Campton A v AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A

White Eagles v Lidlington United Sports

Watson Shield Round One

BYSL Flitwick Eagles v Sandy Reserves

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