Wisbech St Mary A remain on course for a league and cup treble
Wisbech St Mary A remain on course for a league and cup treble this season following a big win over near-neighbours Chatteris on Saturday.
Martin Wright (3), Marley Barrett and Tom Chilton Jnr were all on target as the second-placed Saints recorded a 5-0 success in Gowing and Hunt 4B.
Manager Brandon Ramdharry, in his first season in the dugout, said: "‘We played our football today and controlled the game in one of our best performances this season.
"Fair play to the Chatteris goalkeeper who kept the scoreline low. To score 18 in the last four games and not to concede any I can’t complain, all credit to the boys.
"We remain on course for three trophies and that has to be the aim now, to win the league and both cups."
In the same division, an injury-time winner robbed March Academy Adults of a point in a 3-2 home defeat to high-flying Alconbury Weston.
Jack Conyard and Brandon Sharman registered the goals for March.
Outwell Swifts Reserves remain rooted at the bottom of the table despite scoring three times on their travels at fourth-placed Hartford Rangers Reserves.
Adan Lewis (2) and Morgan Jessett found the back of the net in a 7-3 loss.
In another rain-hit weekend programme, Wimblington's Senior B promotion hopes were dented by a slender 1-0 defeat at Fordham.
Manea United continued their climb up the 2B league standings with a 4-1 win over Crusaders.
Dale Richardson scored a hat-trick and Delano Lloyd added the fourth.
In Division One of the GCE Hire Fleet Peterborough and District Football League, Chatteris Town were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw at Eunice Huntingdon.
In Division Two, Sutton Bridge United came out on the wrong end of an 11-goal thriller at home to Warboys Town Reserves.
Alex Clements-Limb, Jordan Collison, Matt Eaton and Mark Garner all found the back of the net for the hosts but it couldn't stop them from sliding to a 7-4 defeat.
Wisbech St Mary Reserves crashed out of the Cambs Junior Cup with a 3-1 defeat at Sawston United with Ryan McManus netting for the Saints.
In Division Five North of the Anglian Combination, Marshland Saints recorded an excellent 3-2 victory on the road to Dussindale.
Goals from Dylan Rust, Jack Brand and Dave Abbot were good enough to see the Saints claim the three points while Dan French enjoyed a fine debut.