City of Peterborough 5th 4 Long Sutton 2nd 5
Gary Hales converted coolly from the middle of the D on three minutes.
Peterborough went 2-1 up but Hales flicked a leveller. Again Hales stepped up to complete his hat-trick and took the teams into the break at 3-3.
Peterborough netted, but man of the match Sam Gray and Luke Jackson played the ball to Hales for his fourth, then five minutes from time Hales found Jackson who calmly slotted it under the goalkeeper.
Long Sutton 3rd 0 Alford 4
With Alford having been relegated it was always going to be a stiff challenge for the 3rds, who were 0-3 down at half-time. Special mention to Matt Holmes for stepping out of retirement and to MoTM Ed Lanning at right back.
Long Sutton 4th 4 Alford 2nd 1
Sutton gave a debut to promising youngster, Will Taylor. Jon Goodley, Matt Goodley and Taylor set up Tyler Hagan whose calm finish was his first goal for the club at senior level.
Matt Goodley, Simon Thompson and MoM Hagan added to the score.