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Saturday 07th April 2018
It's to be a Cakldecote v Stevington 2017-18 season Britannia Cup Final
Premier Division supported by Sportsform

With the top two clubs away on Britannia Cup duty third place Ickwell & Old Warden now only trail them on goal difference after they recorded their third home win on the bounce with a 1-0 victory over AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College thanks to a goal from Marko Tobdzic. Whilst fourth place Crawley Green Reserves kept themselves very much in the championship race with a 6-1 home win over Queens Park Crescents. Temitayo Akerele, Robert Newman, Cameron Veazey, Lewis Billington , Jarrad Isles goals alongside an own goal doing the damage against a lone Crescents reply from Ghulam Murtaza.

Going nap were Wilstead with a 5-2 home victory over Sharnbrook. Ryan Davenport and Kevin Butler both netting twice and Paul Jones once against Sharnbrook replies via Joe McDonagh and Lewis Donald. Elsewhere AFC Oakley M&DH chalked up their fourth win on the bounce in beating Marston Shelton Rovers 2-0 in a game switched and played on their own ground. Dan Kelly and Elijah Hukin netting the M&DH goals.

Meantime Flitwick Town are now without a home win in five outings after being beaten 3-1 by Cranfield United. Joe Sames with a brace including one from the penalty spot plus Ryan Collis netting for the United against a Town reply via Phil Matthews.

Britannia Cup Semi-Finals

This seasons Britannia Cup final will be between Caldecote and Stevington after they both won on the road. For Caldecote it was the need to come from behind with a goal from substitute Carl Heath after Chris Butler had netted for Wootton Blue Cross to end the 90 minutes at 1-1 before they won the penalty shoot-out 4-2. Whilst with goals from Jordan Wright and Antonia Mitri, Stevington were the 2-1 winners at Shefford Town & Campton whose goal came from Lewis Taylor.

Division One supported by O'Neills

There is no change at the head of the Division One supported by O'Neills league table following home wins for the top three sides. For league leaders Totternhoe Reserves it was a retention of their seasons 100% home record with a 7-1 win over Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Tom Howson leading the way with a hat-trick and joined on the home scoresheet by single goals from Jonny Clarke, Lee Fromant, Cullum Horgan and Braydon Judge against a lone Town reply from Sam King.

For second place Riseley Sports it was home win number eight on the bounce in beating Flitwick Town Reserves 4-1. Jack Healey, James Cooke, Jay Willett and Jason Woolf all finding the back of the net against a lone Town reply via Mark Bartlett. Whilst for third place Wixams, a penalty from Grant Tibbett secured them a 1-0 victory over Lea Sports PSG.

AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves now find themselves in fourth spot and above Lea Sports PSG on goal difference after they ran out 6-1 home winners over bottom of the table Meltis Albion. Martin Ivy netting five times and Paul Obuch the once against a lone penalty reply via Albion's Fabio Esposito. Whilst second from bottom of the table The 61 FC Luton Reserves were beaten 7-1 at home by Cople & Bedford SA. Daniel Bond with a hat-trick, Ollie Hughes with a brace plus single goals from Gary Canzano and Lucas Banton only being replied to once by Amirui Hanza.

Elsewhere Cranfield United Reserves extended their unbeaten home ways up to four games with a 2-1 victory over a Henlow side who were losing their fifth away game on the bounce. Luke Gray and Ryan Collis on the United scoresheet against a Henlow reply from Charlie Willison.

Also extending their home unbeaten ways were Sandy up to six games in sharing the points at Bedford Road with Biggleswade FC Reserves in a 2-2 draw. Aaron Seldon and Daniel Whitten netting the home goals and George Holman and John Veal replying for the visitors.

Division Two

With league leaders Henlow Reserves sitting the afternoon out following their previous evenings Beds FA Junior Cup win their lead at the head of the standings is now now to just two points following away wins for Wilstead Reserves and Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves. For second place Wilstead Reserves it was a 5-2 victory over Westoning. Luke Pursey with a brace plus single goals from Glen Tumulty, Sam Ward and Jamie Lovell only being replied to twice by Harry Bushbridge and Lewis Cooksley. Whilst the Rovers extended their unbeaten ways up to 13 games by also going nap in winning 5-2 at Caldecote Reserves. Lorenzo Jordan with four goals and Jake Cullum bringing the Rovers nap hand up against home replies from Josh Wilson and Nick Thomas.

However despite these wins Henlow's main rivals for the league title comes in the shape of Bedford Albion who they defeated in that Junior Cup win who now sit in fourth spot just four points shy of the league leaders but having played two games fewer.

There was also a victory on the road for Atletico Europa at the ninth time of asking in beating Houghton Athletic 3-1 who have now lost their last eight games. Abdoulaye Diallo, Paddy Alimanji and Alessandro Leonetti on the visitors scoresheet against a lone reply via Kelly Ajayyi. Whilst a fourth away win of the day was achieved by Elstow Abbey who won 2-0 at CS Rovers thanks to goals from James Reynolds and Matt Poulton.

The lone home win of the day belonging to Sundon Park Rovers who with a goal from Jordan Holmes were 1-0 winners over AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves.

Division Three

The chase for the Division Three league titles remains in the melting pot after three point hauls by the top two clubs. For current league leaders Kempston Athletic it was a taking of their unbeaten ways to 14 games with a 4-3 home victory over Black Swan thanks to braces of goals from Craig Damon and James Maxwell against Swan replies via Danny McGovern twice and Kai Buccerio once . Harlington's points coming much easier when gifted to them by Flitwick Town A who failed to raise a side to meet them at the Football Centre.

The biggest win of the day was to belong to Bedford Albion Reserves the 8-1 home victors over Lidlington United Sports. Tom Wade and Michael France with braces joined on the Albion scoresheet by Brandon Hung, Josh Emmerton, Aaron Fletcher and Craig Hanna against a lone United reply from Ed Janes. Whilst the biggest away winners were Shefford Town & Campton A who won 5-1 at Dinamo Flitwick, their first away win in six outings. Gareth Head with a brace joined on the Town scoresheet by single goals from Josh Lummis, Ben Sheehan and Stephen Howe against a lone home reply via Tom Sargent.

Also going nap were White Eagles who moved themselves off of the bottom of the league standings with a 5-2 home victory over AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College A. Jan Bucur with a hat-hatrick joined on the Eagles scoresheet by Oskar Szaryck and Rafal Cygan against Town replies via Steven Capener and Arkadiusz Boruch. Whilst Clifton remain unbeaten on home soil this season after beating Stevington Reserves 3-1. Charlie Watson, Joe Worboys and Ross Donaldson netting the goals against one in reply from Noel Shankland.

Elsewhere, Caldecote A are now unbeaten in their last 11 starts and Sandy Reserves in their last 6 starts after they shared the points in a 2-2 draw at Harvey Close. Sam Nightingale and James Whitmore on the home scoresheet and Aiden London and Sean Duignan replying for the visitors.
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