Wimblington close in on leading pack after victory over Chatteris Town Reserves
Wimblington won our featured match this week, beating Chatteris Town Reserves 2-0 in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw 2B.
Rory Parker and Nick Ward got the goals for the hosts,who are still fifth place but with games in hand over the leading pack.
March Town United Reserves have slipped to 12th in the Kershaw Premier after a second heavy defeat on the trot, this time 5-1 at leaders Great Shelford, Dom Butt scoring for the Hares.
But in Kershaw Senior B, AFC Walpole are now just three points off leaders Hardwick with two games in hand after an impressive 2-0 away win at fourth place Cherry Hinton Reserves, Brendan Burton with his eighth of the season and Ben Jimson with his first goal for the club scoring.
Benwick Athletic are up to fifth in Kershaw 1B after a 4-2 away win at Hemingfords United Reserves.
In 3C there was yet another defeat for Doddington United, beaten 9-1 at Little Downham & Pymoor Swifts, while Manea United are sixth with games in hand after beating Huntingdon United Reserves 5-1, Delano Lloyd getting four of them to make it 13 for the campaign, and Harry Dean the other.
Despite having players missing, Benwick Athletic Reserves beat West Row Gunners 5-1 in Kershaw 4C, Matthew Grainger netting a hat-trick and Joe Waters getting a brace to make it 10 for the season. But it's 12 defeats out of 12 for struggling Manea United Reserves, beaten 8-0 at Lakenheath Casuals. March Academy Reserves lost 7-1 at home to AFC Ely.
March Town United A went down 4-1 to Fenstanton in the Creake Shield,Fred Fisher getting their only goal.
In the Cambs Lower Junior Cup, AFC Walpole Reserves lost 4-3 at home to Girton United, having at one stage led 3-0. Conor Bird, Ant Matos and an own goal contributed to their tally.
In the same competition, Outwell Swifts also lost 4-3, at Orwell Reserves, after a late own goal. Adan-Jay Lewis' hat-trick took him to 28 goals for the season.
There was a great result for bottom of the table Long Sutton Athletic in the Peterborough League Premier Division, winning 3-2 at fourth place Holbeach United Reserves, Freddie May, Jamal Nyang and James Ward the scorers. Leverington Sports lost 2-0 at hope to title hopefuls Stilton United.
Tydd's Division One promotion hopes were dented after a 3-1 home defeat to league leaders Warboys Town, Christopher Yaxley scoring for the hosts.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves were thrashed 12-1 at home to promotion-chasing Peterborough City in Division Two, Liam Rumsey netting for the Magpies.
Leverington Sports Reserves pulled off a good 2-1 away win at Kings Cliffe in Division Three, with Billy Barnes scoring both, but in Division Four high flying Sutton Bridge United were thrashed 8-2 at Deeping United Reserves, Mark Garner and Ben Partridge scoring for United.
Upwell Town Reserves got only their second win of the season in Division Three of the North West Norfolk League, thrashing Docking Rangers Development 9-3, Sam Cubberley hitting four, Ross Whiley two, and Jason Bradshaw, Krzysztof Masiarz, Anthony Melton and sub Liam Smith also notching.
In the same division, Marshland Saints Reserves beat Terrington Tigers Youth Reserves 5-2, Sonny Wright scoring three and one apiece for Harvey Pearce and Ben Larner.