Wisbech Town keeper Vince is spot-on

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

Wisbech Town goalkeeper Sam Vince was on target as his team won 3-0 at Sleaford on Saturday.

Penalty specialist Vince notched the first of three second-half goals in the ChromaSport United Counties League Premier Division as the Fenmen keep up hopes of making the top six in the final standings.

His spot-kick on 66 minutes was followed by strikes from Michael Frew (74 minutes) and Leigh Adams (80) at Eslaforde Park as the two teams met for the first time this season.

This was after a quiet first half of almost no chances. The hosts had an effort disallowed for offside in stoppage time.

The result puts the Fenmen three points behind sixth-place Northampton Sileby Rangers.

Sam Murphy and Billy Smith netted for Wisbech in their midweek 3-2 loss to Eynesbury. Attendance was 98 at the Alfred Hall Memorial Ground.

Next Saturday the Fenmen entertain ninth-position Newport Pagnell Town.

In the ChromaSport Peterborough League Premier Division, Wisbech Reserves beat Thorney 3-1.

Scorers were Kieran Hamilton, Aaron McKenna and Mark Hardwick, all in the first half.

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE

Division One

March Town United 1

Holland FC 4

Toby Allen scored the Hares’ goal in the home defeat to Holland – for whom Steven Eaton notched a hat-trick – which puts March in 17th place.

Tomorrow March go to Haverhill and they have no fixture next Saturday.

Attendance: 35.

Wisbech St Mary 0 
Haverhill Borough 1

Saints’ Ricky Bowden was sent off in the first half against second-spot Haverhill. Att: 49. Next Saturday 13th-place Wisbech St Mary go to Holland FC.

Cambs Kershaw

Premier

Cherry Hinton 4

Chatteris Town 3

The Lilies, who are in fifth position where they have remained for much of the campaign, lost a 2-1 half-time lead.

Scorers for the away team were Craig Gillies (2) and Stuart Porter.

Chatteris: Aidan Hollis, Ashley Blanchflower, Ben Collett, Carl Powell, Craig Gillies, Gary Smith, Jack Whiting, Karl Anderson, Scott Callaghan, Stuart Porter, Will Mason. Substitutes: Alex Ashley, Jacob Butler, Simon Howard. Yellow card: Karl Anderson.

Next Saturday Chatteris go to third-placed Eaton Socon.