Long Sutton bottom of the table after home defeat to Crowland
Long Sutton Athletic are sitting rock bottom of the Peterborough League Premier Division after defeat at home to Crowland Town in our featured match on Saturday.
The Magpies have lost 12 of their 14 games and, against Crowland, lost 2-0 after being goalless at half time.
In the same division, Leverington Sports are third from bottom after a 4-0 home defeat to perennial title challengers Moulton Harrox.
In Division One,Wisbech Town Reserves won 3-0 at Cardea. The Fenmen took the lead after just six minutes when Dan Hempson got his head on the end of a Pawel Kaluzny cross for his sixth goal of the campaign.
They increased their lead in the 25th minute when the lively Warren Jolly ran onto a great through ball from Warren Anderson and squeezed the ball home from a narrow angle.
Ten minutes into the second half and hot shot Ajay Jolly scored his third goal in three games and his seventh of the season as he latched on to a Warren Jolly through ball and took it around the keeper before firing the ball high into the back of the net.
As the game went on Cardea came more into it, but a solid back four, including Man of the Match Ben Pearce, stood solid.
Manager Jonny Pearce said: “I am really happy with that performance. The players are still getting used to playing together but there were some great signs of what is to come from this squad, who are working hard in training.
"Warren Jolly and Warren Anderson were brilliant in the middle of the park and drove us on today until they had nothing left, Sam Bedwell-Byatt and Pawel Kaluzny looked dangerous every time they came forward, both strikers scored and worked hard, the back four were solid and the subs played their part, especially Martin Chapman on his debut."
In the same division, Tydd beat fellow promotion challengers Ramsey Town 5-2, Matt Eaton scoring four of them, three inside seven second half minutes, to make it 14 for him this season. Timothy Magnus netted the fifth with a 35 yard screamer. Sam Lilley,making his second debut for the club, assisted three of the goals.
Long Sutton Athletic Reserves were beaten 6-3 at Farcet United in Division Two, and in Division Three Tydd Reserves lost 3-2 at high-flying Casterton, with Kyle Davis and Jamie Steward scoring, while struggling Leverington Sports Reserves drew 2-2 at bottom side Dreams, with Josh Beakhouse and Lewis Bass scoring.
Sutton Bridge United are back up to second in Division four after thrashing Oundle Town Reserves 6-0. Mark Garner led the way with four goals to make his tally 13 in 12 this season, and Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton with his eighth of the campaign were also on target.
Leverington Sports A lost 3-0 at FC Hampton A in Division Five.
In the Cambs Lower Junior Cup, Wimblington Reserves lost 5-3 at home to AFC Walpole Reserves, the Honey Badgers' goals coming from a Matt Ryan 45-yard thunderbolt, man of the match Josh Lester, Owen Kennedy, Connor Bird and Jesse Bate.
Fen Tigers Engineers beat Milton A 8-1, with Kai Wales hitting three, George Terry two and Lee Ransome, Jack Smith and sub Oliver Jackson also netting. Benwick Athletic Reserves crashed out 3-1 at Littleport Town, with Joe Waters scoring, and Manea United beat a young Willingham Wolves side 4-1, with Sammy Adeloye, Marcel Chinedu Ifegbu (2) and Jake Keene scoring.
Chatteris Town A lost 5-1 at home to Oakington Vikings Youth with Norton Spring scoring their goal, Guyhirn Reserves lost 4-2 on penalties to Wicken after a 0-0 draw, and Outwell Swifts put in their best performance of the season to beat higher league opposition Cambridge Ambassadors 4-0, Ross Beart netting a brace and Ben Longmuir and Ryan Shinn also scoring. Callum Moles was man of the match.
March Town United Reserves are ninth in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier after a 3-1 home defeat to Cherry Hinton in a match where the Hares missed a penalty.
In Kershaw 1B, March Town United A are fourth after a terrific 4-1 win at third placed Fenstanton,while in 3C, Doddington United are bottom of the table with 10 defeats from 10 after a 10-0 home thrashing to leaders Huntingdon United Reserves.
In 4C, March Academy Reserves beat Manea United Reserves 3-0.
In the North West Norfolk League Division Three, Upwell Town Reserves were thrashed 7-1 at home to West Winch William Burt and had Daniel Vertigan sent off. Reece Ashman scored their goal.