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Crucial win sees Tydd boost survival hopes





A Charlie Michella goal just before half time won three crucial points for Tydd in their home clash with Oakham United on Saturday.

Michella’s second goal of the campaign gave Tydd their sixth Peterborough League Premier Division win of the season and moves them off the bottom spot.

Tydd produced a focused, committed and positive performance, with Liam Groves named man of the match. With only two points now separating them from the two sides just outside the bottom two, and with two games in hand, the win was a huge boost for the Lincolnshire side’s survival hopes.

Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)

On Tuesday evening, Ryan Mills netted for Tydd as they were beaten 6-1 at Whittlesey Athletic Reserves.

In Division One, Chatteris Town revived their promotion hopes with a 2-1 home win over Park Farm Pumas. A brace from Olly Smith in the first half and some heroic late saves from Jordan Packi helped fend off late pressure from the visitors, with Dylan James named man of the match.

Wisbech Town Reserves look doomed for relegation, however, after an 8-2 home drubbing against Deeping United leaves them seven points from safety at the bottom of the table. Leandro Borges scored both Fenmen goals on his debut.

Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)

Leverington Sports Reserves went down 1-0 at Crowland Town Reserves in Division Two while Tydd Reserves were thrashed 7-2 at Deeping United Reserves. Leverington Sports A beat Hampton United Reserves 3-0 in Division Four, Dale Palmer netting twice and Gary Green also on target.

In the Premier Division of the Cambs County League, Wisbech St Mary won 3-2 at bottom side Bassingbourn, Tom Lindsay, Freddie Collison and Michael Chow on target. Keeper Adam Groves was selected as man of the match.

In Senior B, the top four clashed, second-place Wimblington drawing 2-2 at leaders Great Shelford Reserves while third-place March Town Reserves won 2-1 at home to fourth-place West Wratting Reserves. Billy Munns and Jermaine Watson scored for Wimblington.

Over at March, a Harry Powley penalty and a close-range finish from James Rose saw the Hares lead 2-0 at the break. However, after the hour mark, March became sloppy and conceded, which led to a West Wratting onslaught. March had their own chances too, which were missed, and lost young keeper Charlie Bunn to a dislocated knee. In 1B March Town A are bottom of the pile after a 3-1 home defeat to Eynesbury Rovers Reserves.

Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)

Outwell Swifts drew 1-1 at Wicken Amateurs in 2B, with Ben Garner scoring, while Wisbech St Mary Reserves lost 3-2 at home to lowly Houghton & Wyton. Both teams still have enough games in hand to make an impact on the promotion race.

Manea United Reserves pulled off a 2-1 home win against March Academy Adults in 4B, and Wisbech Town Acorns beat Mepal and Sutton Reserves 3-0, Scott McManus, Derren Singleton and sub Cody John Martin scoring.

It’s been a great week for Wisbech St Mary A. On Tuesday evening they beat Stretham Reserves 2-0 to strengthen their title challenge, Josh Williams and sub Marley Barrett scoring. Then on Saturday, they beat fellow front runners Willingham Wolves 4-2 in the Cambs Lower Junior Cup semi-final, Williams and Martin Wright both netting doubles to put the Saints into a second final this season.

Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)

In Division Five North of the Anglian Combination, Marshland Saints went down 1-0 to leaders Sprowston Reserves, while their reserves were beaten 3-1 at Watlington Sports & Social Club Development in Division Two of the North West Norfolk League.

Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)
Tydd (Red) v Oakham (Green)

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