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Victories for Parson Drove and Walpole but defeat for Chatteris as few games survive the weather



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Few games survived the weather today, with all senior matches wiped out due to waterlogged pitches and only a few junior games surviving the rain.

In a friendly game on the Thomas Clarkson Academy 3G pitch, goals from Dylan Edge (2), Jack Keeble and Sam Murphy saw Wisbech Town beat Pinchbeck United 4-0.

Parson Drove cruised to a 2-0 win against relegation-strugglers Ketton FC in the Chromasport Peterborough League premier division on Saturday and are now sixth. In a game of limited chances, player/manager Robbie Harris got the Drove off to a good start after 35 minutes with the first goal of the game.

Parson Drove, from left (back): Dan Holyoak, Karl Anderson, Ollie Maltby, Dale Parnell, Tom Roberts, Gary Chappell, Robbie Harris, James Tricks, (front): Callum Brown, Luke Gardner, Ryan Lennon, Billy Smith, Tyler Wright, Anthony Melton.
Parson Drove, from left (back): Dan Holyoak, Karl Anderson, Ollie Maltby, Dale Parnell, Tom Roberts, Gary Chappell, Robbie Harris, James Tricks, (front): Callum Brown, Luke Gardner, Ryan Lennon, Billy Smith, Tyler Wright, Anthony Melton.

New-signing from Pinchbeck United Ollie Maltby then got the second in the 55th minute to allow Drove to stroll towards a 2-0 victory.

There was only one game played in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier and that saw second-bottom Chatteris Town move their fixture against third place Foxton to the Cromwell Community College playing field, where they were beaten 7-2, Jack McLoughlin scoring both Lilies goals.

AFC Walpole stay top of the Mead Plant & Grab 2B after winning the only game of the day in that division 1-0 against bottom side Wisbech Acorns, thanks to a disputed Jake Ogden penalty. Luke Whyatt was the Honey Badgers' man of the match.



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