March Reserves surrender three-goal lead
March Reserves threw away a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 at home to Somersham in our featured match this week.
The Hares' second string scored through Conor Mazurek, Rob Conyard and Ben Matthews to go into the break 3-1 up in this Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier match but were pegged back by the 70th minute.
There was a shock result in Kershaw 1B where leaders AFC Walpole went down 2-1 at Linton Granta Reserves. After going 1-0 down, a Lucas Ablett goal had pulled the Honey Badgers back into contention.
Walpole need 12 points from their remaining six games to secure the title and a third successive promotion.
Benwick Athletic went down 4-2 at Alconbury in Kershaw 1B.
Kershaw 1B side Chatteris Town are through to the final of the Creake Charity Shield after a 2-1 victory at Kershaw 1A outfit Cottenham United. Martin Saunders' sixth goal of the season and another by Aaron Ruscoe saw them book their second final of the season.
They will play the winners of Saturday's game between Burwell Swifts and Great Shelford Reserves.
Fifth place Wimblington secured a great 2-2 draw at leaders Exning United in Kershaw 2B, Morgan Cogman-Wright and Dale Richardson on target. But Wisbech Acorns remain rock bottom after a 14-0 thrashing at second place Needingworth United.
Fen Tigers Engineers are eight points off the Kershaw 3C leaders with three games in hand after a 5-1 win at Bluntisham Rangers Reserves, George Terry and Kai Wales both scoring their 12th goal of the season, Dean Joyce's double taking him to 10 for the campaign and Rueben Beaney netting his fifth. Sub Lee Ransome was red carded.
Benwick Athletic Reserves are now top of Kershaw 4C after a 4-2 home win against Chatteris Town A, Jake Stockbridge netting twice to take his season's total to seven, and Paul Newstead and Sam Smethurst also on target. Dylan Venni and Max Williamson scored for the Lilies.
Second place AFC Walpole Reserves are a point behind them with five games in hand after a 1-1 home draw with West Row Gunners, Connor Bird scoring.
Guyhirn Reserves drew 2-2 at Lakenheath Casuals and March Academy Reserves went down 6-3 at AFC Ely, Barry Brooks netting twice to take his season's total to seven.
Kershaw 4C outfit Outwell Swifts are through to the final of the Haigh and Peck Cup after a 4-1 win over 4A side Haverhill Town Youth. Adan-Jay Lewis scored twice to make it 36 goals in 18 games for him this season, and Ross Beart and Ross Secker were also on target.
They will play Kershaw 4B team Papworth Reserves in the final at Newmarket Town on Friday, March 11.
Tydd are bottom of Group A of the ChromaSport Peterborough & District League Cup after a 1-0 home defeat to Whittlesey Athletic Reserves. Wisbech Reserves are second from bottom of Group C after a 5-0 hammering at Uppingham Town.
And Leverington Sports are also second bottom,in Group D, after losing 4-2 at home to Warboys Town,Rob Hitchcock's brace taking him to 16 for the season.
In the league, Long Sutton Athletic Reserves were beaten 5-0 at Netherton United Reserves in Division Two, while Leverington Sports Reserves drew 1-1 at Wittering Premiair A in Division Three. Leverington Sports A lost 1-0 at Holbeach Bank in Division 5B.
Upwell Town lost 6-3 at Docking Rangers in Division One of the MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk League, and Marshland Saints lost 1-0 at home to Birchwood.
In Division Three, Upwell Town Reserves beat West Winch William Burt Reserves 4-3, Ryan Alexander scoring twice and Andrian Parfenovich and Liam Smith also netting.