Conyard earns March a point at Team Bury

A proposal has been put forward for a shake-up to step 7 football in Sussex
A proposal has been put forward for a shake-up to step 7 football in Sussex

Thurlow Nunn League First Division

Team Bury 1 March Town United 1

Rob Conyard put the Hares ahead, but Team Bury levelled after the break from a Lawrence Porter header at Ram Meadow.

Next Saturday March Town United host Holland FC.

March: Beeny, Brady, Hearn, Harrison, Wykes, M Mattless, Allen, R Conyard, Moore, Murfitt, Brand. Substitutes: Carmen, Revell.

Attendance: 18.

S Tech League North Ladies

March Town Ladies 1 WSM 1

The Hares had to fight back against an determined WSM who took the lead in the 13th minute with a far post goal, and then had several more chances with the wind behind them.

In the second half, the Hares were the stronger with Adele Munday hitting the crossbar and Emma Frost also going close. A smart through ball set Livvy Hodges up for the equaliser on 75 minutes.

March PoM: Keeper Tee Moore.

King’s Lynn Sunday League

Three Holes 3 March 
Saracens 3

March scored early when James Schunman poked home, this was quickly followed by goals from strikers Chris Fury and James Hazel but Three Holes replied twice by the break.

In the second half Saracens created several chances and Holes grabbed their equaliser late on.

March MoM: Rhys Howell.

Peterborough Junior 
Alliance Under 14

March Park Rangers 3 Stanground 4

March, 4-0 down at half-time, made changes and the result was instant with them playing excellent football in a game spoilt only by the wind.

They scored through Berzan Gokman 2 and Kallum Jupp. MoM: Robert Shepherd.

Under 16

March Park Rangers 4 Whittlesford 3

Brad Lawrence scored the winner with a couple of minutes to go.

Against the wind, Connor Bull levelled for the home side just before the break. Two Dom Webb goals in ten minutes put March in charge. Joe McNamara impressed playing at times as the lone striker.