Wins for both March and Wimblington teams, Chatteris Res, Fen Tigers, Leverington Res, Outwell and Sutton Bridge
March Town Reserves are through to the next round of the Cambridgeshire County Cup after winning a penalty shoot-out against fellow Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier outfit Isleham United on Saturday. The two teams had drawn 2-2 in normal time, Dom Butt and Sean White on target for the Hares.
The top two met in Kershaw 1B, where Chatteris Town secured a 2-2 draw at Burwell Swifts, Anton Kaval on the Lilies score sheet.
In the same division, March Town United A are up to fourth after beating bottom side Over Sports Reserves 2-1, Kevin Fernandes and Josh Bryant on target.
Fourth placed Wimblington got back to winning ways in 2B, beating Witchford 96 Reserves 4-1, Alexander Knowles (2) and Liam Brady on the score sheet as well as an own goal.
Chatteris Town Reserves are up to fifth after beating Stretham 1-0, Wayne Bostock getting the only goal of the game. Wisbech Town Acorns are now bottom of the table after losing 2-1 at Fordham Reserves, Craig Brighty getting their goal. Guyhirn went down 5-2 at Longstanton.
There was a first victory of the season for Wimblington Reserves in 3B, winning 4-1 at bottom of the table Mott MacDonald Reserves, with goals from Matthew Alexander, Alex Bimson, Ted Payne and Damon Shailes.
In 3C, Fen Tigers Engineers won on their six pointer at the top of the table 3-1 against Little Downham & Pymoor Swifts, Rueben Beaney, George Terry and Kai Wales on target.
Manea United went down 3-1 at home to Brampton Reserves, with Jody Day on target, and two Fenland sides occupy the bottom spots with six defeats out of six after March Academy were beaten 3-0 at Huntingdon United Reserves and improving Doddington United went down 3-2 at home to Hartford Rangers, Joshua Kirby and Dale Richardson scoring for United.
Outwell Swifts top 4C after beating Guyhirn Reserves 2-0, Aidan-Jay Lewis scoring both and defender Ryan Shinn putting in a man of the match performance.
In the Peterborough League Premier Division,Leverington Sports went down 2-0 at Oakham United and Long Sutton Athletic were beaten 4-2 at Stamford Lions, Jack Thomas getting both Magpies' goals.
In Division One, high-flying Tydd were held 3-3 at home by Pinchbeck United Reserves, Bradley Easey, half-time sub Sam Cooper and Timothy Magnus scoring for Tydd. Wisbech Town Reserves are down to sixth after a 6-0 thrashing at FC Peterborough.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves were beaten 4-0 at home by Stilton United Reserves in Division Two, but in Division Three, Leverington Sports Reserves after up to fifth after beating Thurlby Tigers 7-1, goals coming from Grant Thompson (3), Kian Penn, Brandon Carpenter, Alex Albutt and Declan Foster. Tydd Reserves are sixth after winning 2-0 at Kings Cliffe.
Eleven goals were shared as Division Four leaders Sutton Bridge United beat Rippingale & Folkingham 7-4, Ben English notching a hat-trick, Mark Garner a brace and Joseph Sutton and substitute Liam Bills also chipping in. English and Garner both have eight goals now from just seven fixtures, and the game also saw English hit the half century mark of goals for Bridge.
The bottom two met in Division Five but it's now five defeats out of five for Leverington Sports A after a thrilling 6-5 home defeat against Deeping United A, Gary Hurrell (3) and Ivan Crisp (2) getting Sports' goals.
In the North West Norfolk League Division One, Upwell Town are sixth after losing 2-1 to a late goal at Birchwood, Sam Cubberley getting Upwell's goal. Marshland Saints are in seventh place after a 4-3 home defeat against Gayton United A, Alan Jex, Dave Abbott and Steven Cooke scoring for Saints.
Marshland Saints Reserves won 4-1 at Rockland United in the Primary Cup, with Upwell Town Reserves beating Necton Reserves 6-5.