March Town FC’s Thurlow Nunn Division One game against Needham Market Reserves was postponed due to the visitors being unable to raise a side on Saturday.
This is the third time in four fixtures that the fixture has had to be rearranged against Needham.
March Town Football Club chairman Phil White Tweeted: “Needham can’t field a side. What a joke the league is becoming.”
Next weekend the Hares are at Great Yarmouth Town.
Cambs League 5B
Upwell Reserves 1
Needingworth Reserves 3
Upwell were involved in a tight match and took the lead through Curtis Oldroyd, but eventually lost.
Reserves manager John Trower was disappointed with the result commenting that they didn’t create enough this week to cause their opponents as much trouble as they had done in previous matches.
Cottenham A 5
Benwick Ath Res 1
Basement boys, Benwick Athletic Reserves, lost despite having numerous chances.
Joe Shaw hit the post and two decent penalty claims were denied. Benwick got a consolation goal through Matt Smalley – his first for the club.
Chatteris Town B 0 Marchester Utd 5
Marchester eased past a spirited Chatteris side.
Danny Cassidy opened the scoring with his first goal for the club. Joe Bothamley made it 2-0 and just before half-time Daniel Symonds lobbed the keeper.
In the second half leading scorer Lewis Greening and Symonds’ header completed the rout.
Charlie Day Cup
Upwell A bowed out after losing 2-1 to Watlington Reserves. The goal was scored by Thomas Melton.
Manager Harry Griffin was disappointed, but looks forward to focusing his lads on the league.