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Wins for Benwick and their reserves, Chatteris Res, Long Sutton Res, March Res, Sutton Bridge, Tydd, Walpole, Wimblington and Wisbech Res

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March Town Reserves are up to ninth place in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier after their second win of the season, 2-1 at home to Isleham United. Connor Maz and Callum Young scored in a game which saw keeper Kye Gilmour dismissed.

AFC Walpole made it four wins from four in Senior B when they beat Houghton & Wyton 2-1, with goals from Jake Hopkisson and a screamer from the edge of the box from Niall Burton.

March Town United A were beaten 3-2 at home to Benwick Athletic in Kershaw 1B, Josh Bryant and Alfie Richardson scoring for the Hares, while Jame Harness (2) and Ross Alexander netted for Athletic.

In Kershaw 2B, Guyhirn got off the mark with a 2-2 home draw with Needingworth United, while Wimblington made it three wins from four by beating Burwell Tigers 4-2, Sean Saxby netting twice, with other goals from Liam Brady and Samuel Harradine.

Wisbech Town Acorns lost 4-0 at home to Chatteris Town Reserves, with Anton Kaval netting a hat-trick for the Lilies and substitute Joshua Templeman also on target.

There was a much improved performance for bottom-of-the-table Doddington United in Kershaw 3C, losing just 1-0 at Houghton & Wyton Reserves, while Manea United lost 4-3 at home to early leaders Little Downham & Pymoor Swifts, and March Academy lost a fourth game from four, 7-1 at Somersham Town Reserves.

Benwick Athletic Reserves are up to second place in Kershaw 4C after thrashing Manea United Reserves 8-0, Joe Waters netting three, sub Daniel Smethurst two, and goals also for Alexander Hannibal-Stewart, Stephen Johnson and other sub Jordan Mason. March Academy Reserves were beaten 6-1 at home to Mepal Sports.

In the Peterborough League Premier Division, Leverington Sports are third from bottom after losing 3-1 at league leaders Stilton United, their effort coming from an own goal.

In Division One, Tydd are second place with five wins from seven after beating Deeping Rangers Reserves 3-2, scoring through Matt Eaton, Sam Cooper and substitute Maxwell Burrell, before Rangers scored twice in stoppage time.

Wisbech Town Reserves are fifth with four wins from six after a 5-0 away win at Peterborough Northern Star Reserves.

In Division Two, Long Sutton Athletic Reserves recorded their first win of the season, 3-0 at home to Stamford Belvedere Reserves, Aron John netting twice and Simon Adcock also on target.

Tydd Reserves drew 2-2 at Huntingdon Rovers in Division Three, Kyle Davis and Jamie Steward scoring in a game which Tydd feel they should have won.

Sutton Bridge United are top of Division Four after demolishing Warboys Town Reserves 6-1, Mark Garner hitting three and Ben English, Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton also on target. In the same division, Long Sutton Athletic A drew 2-2 with Uppingham Town Reserves, Keegan Thorpe scoring as well as an own goal.

In Division Five, it's three defeats out of three for Leverington Sports A, who were beaten 4-2 at home to Deeping Rangers Development, Tyler Davis and Jamie Balding on target for Sports.

In the North West Norfolk League, Division Three, Marshland Saints Reserves are bottom after losing 3-2 at Runcton Holme.

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