Wins for Benwick Res, Chatteris Res, March A, Marshland, Outwell, Sutton Bridge and both Walpole and Wimblington teams
March Town United Reserves went down 3-2 at home to Eaton Socon in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier, Samuel Garner and Kyle Liddy scoring for the Hares.
In Kershaw Senior B, AFC Walpole made it six wins from six with a 10-0 thrashing of lowly Mildenhall Town Youth. Ash Payne, Joe Reed (4), man of the match Brendan Burton (3), captain Jake Miller and Jack Gould scored.
There was a first defeat of the season for third placed Chatteris Town in Kershaw 1B, going down to a 2-0 home loss to fourth placed Fenstanton. They are now only a point clear of March Town A, who beat Ely City A 2-1, with Joshua Bryant and Matteo Cavozzi scoring and Keaton Smith receiving his marching orders.
Chatteris Town Reserves are up to fifth in 2B after a 2-1 win at struggling Guyhirn, Harley Edwards and Billy Munns with his third of the season getting the goals.
Outwell Swifts Reserves are top of Division 4C after a 14-0 destruction of March Academy Reserves. There were hat tricks for Adan-Jay Lewis and Dylan Pevreall, while Harry Furnell, Callum Moles, Mark Secker, Ryan Shinn, Spencer Singleterry and subs Terry Davis, Ashley Goodale and Ryan Moles were also on target.
It is now six defeats from six for Manea United Reserves in Division 4C after a 4-0 reverse at West Row Gunners.
In the Cambs Junior Cup, Division 2B side Wimblington impressively beat 1B leaders Burwell Swifts 4-0, Brandon Ransome, Liam Brady with his fourth of the season, Connor Morton and Alexander Knowles on target. Benwick Athletic were awarded their match at Wisbech Town Acorns, who could not raise a team.
Division 3B side Wimblington Reserves won 4-3 on penalties in the Cambs Lower Junior Cup at Stretham Reserves after a 1-1 draw, Damon Shailes scoring. There was a 2-1 success for AFC Walpole Reserves at Cambridge FC, Will Ketteringham and Samir Uddin netting. 3C side Fen Tigers Engineers also progress after Little Downham & Pymoor Swifts were unable to raise a team.
Doddington United lost 3-0 at Littleport Town but Manea Reserves beat Crusaders 4-3 on penalties after a 4-4 draw, Liam Burch, Max Flintoft, Delano Lloyd and sub Carlos Mendes netting for United. Benwick Athletic Reserves won 6-2 at March Academy Reserves, Andrew Chapman, Alexander Hannibal-Stewart, Joe Waters and subs James Harness, Daniel Smethurst and Dillon Stevens scoring.
Guyhirn Reserves crashed out of the Haigh and Peck Cup after a 4-3 defeat at Wicken.
Leverington Sports drew 3-3 at home to sixth placed Wittering Premiair in the ChromaSport Peterborough League Premier Division on Saturday, Rob Hitchcock hitting his fourth of the season and Dan Roberts and Louie Garner also on target.
In the same division, second from bottom Long Sutton Athletic suffered an eighth defeat from ten when they were beaten 5-1 at home to league leaders Stilton United.
In Division One, Tydd slip to fourth after a 1-1 draw at Whittlesey Athletic Reserves,with Ryan Jones scoring. In the same division, Wisbech Town Reserves are eighth after a 1-1 home draw with 10th placed Cardea.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves sit in 11th place in Division Two after a 2-0 defeat at Peterborough City,who have a 100% record.
Fifth placed Leverington Sports Reserves’ encouraging start to the season continued with a 3-3 draw at FC Peterborough Reserves in Division Three, Ryan Mcmanus, Grant Thompson with his fifth of the season and Joshua Beakhouse scoring. Tydd Reserves were thrashed 6-0 at home to Deeping United.
Sutton Bridge United stay top of Division Four after a 3-2 win at Oundle Town Reserves, Mark Garner netting his ninth and 10th goals of the campaign and Matthew Wayman also on target. Leverington Sports A suffered a 15-0 Cambs Lower Junior Cup defeat to Whittlesey Athletic A.
MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk League Division One team Marshland Saints beat Yelverton 8-7 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the Junior Cup. In Division Three Upwell Town Reserves lost 5-2 at home to AFC Lynn Napier Reserves, Martin Wright and Stuart Brown scoring.