Chatteris miss out, Outwell are champs amd March A celebrate
Chatteris Town's promotion bid failed at the final hurdle as they were beaten at home on Saturday.
The Lilies had to beat second place Burwell Swifts to leapfrog them into the final Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw 1B promotion place.
But, after taking an early lead through Josh Joyce, Chatteris lost 2-1 and finish the season in third place,. March Town A were crowned champions back in March but celebrated with the trophy and medals at the weekend.
Outwell Swifts are the new champs of Kershaw 4C and did it in style on Saturday, beating Mepal Sports 6-1 away, while title rivals AFC Walpole Reserves went down 4-1 at AFC Ely.
Adan-Jay Lewis scored twice to take him to 51 goals for the season from just 28 games, and there were also goals for Ross Beart, Jack Brand, Mark Secker and sub Ben Longmuir.
In the Kershaw Premier, March Town Reserves had Karl Anderson sent off as they lost 3-0 at home to Over Sports. They complete their season with another home game, against Hemingfords United, on Saturday.
Kershaw Senior B champs AFC Walpole also play their last game of the campaign on Saturday, with visitors Cherry Hinton Reserves needing victory for promotion.
Fen Tigers Engineers' Kershaw 3C promotion hopes were dented with a 3-1 home defeat to Brampton Reserves on Tuesday evening. Victory in the return match at Brampton tomorrow (Tuesday) would seal promotion, but if they lose this, they then must win a tricky final match away at champs Hartford Rangers on Saturday.
In the ChromaSport Peterborough & District League, Tydd's faint promotion hopes disappeared when they lost 3-2 to Moulton Harrox Reserves on Tuesday evening, Matt Eaton and Ryan Jones on target.
In the same division, Wisbech Town Reserves lost the final game of a disappointing season, 6-2 at Whittlesey Athletic Reserves on Saturday, Pawel Kaluzny netting twice.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves ended a poor season with an 11-0 home defeat to Peterborough Polonia in Division Two, and will be relegated if Hampton win one of their final two games.
In the MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk League, Marshland Saints finished their Division One season with two defeats, but avoid the drop by two points. They went down 3-2 at home to KLSC on Wednesday evening (Dylan Hopkins, Lewis Sparkes) and they lost 2-1 at Birchwood on Saturday, Hopkins scoring again.
Upwell Town finish fifth after a 2-0 home win against Gayton United A on Friday evening, Kieran Hamilton netting both.