Park are in pole position as Reffley’s run is ended

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Estover Park 2,

Reffley Rangers 1

This result deservedly ended Reffley’s run of 13 wins from all 13 games this season and sees Estover join them at the top of the league.

Kieran Kirby’s pass from midfield found Ben Butterworth through on goal, flicking the ball into the net as the keeper came out. The lead was doubled when Zach Muholland’s low ball across the box found MoM Jack Stockdale at the far post to fire home.

Sawtry Girls 0,

Estover Girls 1

In a very even game, good passing and moving from the whole team set up Hana Howsam who scored the only goal of the game.

Player of the match went to Jordan Johns who had a strong performance in defence.

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Wisbech Acorns 1,

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Yellows 1

Top of the league Acorns were unable to get into their rhythm due to the energy of Yellows, whose well worked equaliser was expertly chipped in by the tireless Jack Hayes.

The result was fair and the quality of play a credit to all involved.

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Blues 5, Fenland Rovers 0

March got back to winning ways with five second half goals from Kieran Goodwin’s four impressive goals and Jenson Carpenter with a brilliant pass from Ollie Hubbard.

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Witchford Blues 3,

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Blues 11

Witchford opened the scoring before March equalised through Liam Lambert.

March added three further goals before half time through Kieran Hibbins, Samuel Wood and an own goal. March went on to score seven further goals through Liam Lambert completing his hat trick, Lewis Kent 2, Josh Kirby 2 and Samuel Wood.

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Yellows 4,

Fenland Rovers 1

March opened the scoring in the first half with a very good individual goal from Robert Shepherd.

Second half goals from Kurt Veness 2 and David Gatty in a very good all round team performance by March.

Dersingham 0

Leverington 4

With the safe hands of Adam Whittaker Leverington rarely looked like conceding and were soon in front through Willis Wright.

Tristan Jones added a second, a fine solo effort from Wright and Grady Goode finished well. MoM Lewis Day was again superb.

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Newmarket Town 1,

Chatteris Town 2

Newmarket were rewarded when an initial saved shot was put in the net.

The second half Chatteris scored straightaway from a corner from Tommy Corlito.

Both teams applied a lot of pressure, but the winner came from Corlito, whose intended pass to Adam Reditt actually bobbled into the goal.