Wisbech Reserves back to winning ways
Goals from Ajay Jolly and Pawel Kaluzny saw Wisbech Town Reserves win the second of the Chromasport Peterborough League Cup group stage games on Saturday.
Jolly's ninth goal of the campaign and Kaluzny's fourth were enough to beat fellow Division One outfit Eunice Huntingdon.
However, with Premier League leaders Uppingham Town and fellow top flighters Wittering Premiair also in Group C, it is going to take a mammoth effort for the Fenmen to make it through to the quarter finals.
But shocks do happen, and Leverington Sports are celebrating after a terrific 3-1 Group D home win over Moulton Harrox, who had won their last nine games in league and cup without even conceding a goal.
Goals from Louie Garner, Daniel Roberts' ninth of the season and Billy Barnes gave Sports a great win.
In Group A, its now two defeats from two for Tydd, who lost their all-Division One affair, going down 3-1 to fellow promotion chasers Ramsey Town, Matt Eaton netting his 17th of the season for Tydd.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves made it consecutive wins, with a 2-0 victory at Stilton United Reserves in Division Two,while in Division Three the derby between Leverington Sports Reserves and Tydd Reserves ended 1-1, Grant Thompson netting for Sports and Ben Gibbons for Tydd, for whom Jordan Jolly enjoyed an outstanding debut.
Sutton Bridge United's Division Four promotion hopes took a blow when they suffered a fifth defeat of the season,4-1 at Uppingham Town Reserves, Benjamin Thompson getting their goal.
Leverington Sports A went down 1-0 to Sawtry Reserves in Division 5B.
March Town United Reserves made it three games unbeaten in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier, beating Gamlingay United 3-0 at home, with Kallum Jupp and two from Rob Conyard doing the damage. Conyard now has seven goals in three games after coming back from a two-year injury absence.
Result of the day saw AFC Walpole thrash title rivals Hardwick 5-0 in Kershaw Senior B. A fabulous ball from captain Jake Miller released Joe Reed to lash home the opening goal and Reed doubled his tally to make it 2-0 at the break. Captain Miller made it three and Reed then completed his hat-trick with his 19th of the season before Brendan Burton scored the fifth and his ninth of the campaign with a pile driver.
With seven games remaining, the Honey Badgers are now top of the table, level on points with Hardwick, but with three games in hand and a goal difference 15 better than their rivals.
March Town United A are now five points clear at the top of Kershaw 1B after a 1-0 home win against Fenstanton, Alfie Richardson's sixth of the season securing the points.
Mid-table Chatteris Town could go level with the Hares though, if they win four of their five games in hand, and they beat Alconbury 1-0, Lewis Steward the scorer.
Wimblington remain fifth in Kershaw 2B after a 2-2 draw at Burwell Tigers. They were 2-0 down after 70 minutes but fought back with a last minute equaliser, Liam Brady with his 11th of the season and Martin Porter with his ninth, on target.
Manea United's Kershaw 3B title hopes took a severe blow with a 5-1 thrashing at Hartford Rangers, Gary Smith on target, while Doddington United suffered their worst defeat yet, 27-0 at home to Littleport Town. It's now 14 defeats out of 14 for United,who have scored just nine and conceded 141.
In the Cambs Lower Junior Cup, Fen Tigers Engineers beat Guilden Morden Reserves 5-3, sub Dean Joyce netting twice and Rueben Beaney, Hugo Bryant and George Terry also on target.
AFC Walpole Reserves continue to push Outwell Swifts for the Kershaw 4C title and are joint top with both having played 10 and with 10 left, but with the Swifts enjoying a much superior goal difference.
On Saturday, the Honey Badgers' second string won 2-1 at Lakenheath Casuals, with Will Ketteringham and Roman Kotovics scoring. Third place Benwick Athletic Reserves suffered a disappointing 1-0 home reverse against AFC Ely.
In the MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk League, Marshland Saints exited the Division One League Cup, losing 4-2 on penalties to Heacham Reserves after a 2-2 draw. Callum Rogers and sub Anthony Horn netted for the Saints.
In the Division Three League Cup, Upwell Town Reserves were thrashed 13-0 at home to AFC Lynn Napier Reserves.