Wins for Chatteris, Fen Tigers, Guyhirn, Leverington, March Academy Res, March Res, Marshland, Outwell and Walpole
Peterborough League Premier Division side Leverington Sports are through to the next round of the Cliff Bullen County Cup after a 2-1 home win against Cambs County League Premier outfit Over Sports, Jordan Webb getting both goals. Tydd's home game against Grimsby Borough FC Development was postponed.
Tydd Reserves lost 5-3 at home to Crowland Town Reserves in the Junior County Challenge Cup, Kyle Davis (2) and Ben Gibbons netting for Tydd.
In the Peterborough Prem, Long Sutton Athletic sit second from bottom after a 2-1 home defeat to second placed Holbeach United Reserves, Ryan Alexander netting for the Magpies. In Division One, Wisbech Town Reserves game against Moulton Harrox Reserves was called off.
Long Sutton Reserves went down 5-2 at Stanground Sports in Division Two, with Jack Turner and Ryan Cousins scoring for the visitors, while in Division Three, Leverington Sports Reserves are up to sixth after a great 2-0 win at third placed Cardea Reserves, Grant Thompson (penalty) and Dawid Wygladacz scoring.
In Division Four, the derby clash between Long Sutton Athletic A and Sutton Bridge United was also postponed, while in Division Five Leverington Sports A are bottom of the table after a 14-1 thrashing at Peterborough Rangers, Gary Hurrell netting for Sports.
March Town Reserves are really finding their feet in the Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Premier now and are up to ninth after a great 1-0 win at Somersham Town, Connor Mazurek netting the all-important goal.
In Kershaw Senior B, AFC Walpole made it five wins from five with a 3-1 win at Swavesey Institute. An own goal gave the Honey Badgers the lead, but Institute equalised before a great goal by Scott Drewery and a Niall Burton effort gave them the three points.
Chatteris Town are up to second place in Kershaw 1B after winning 3-1 at Alconbury, Kieran Price and subs Jack McLoughlin and Corey Gray on target. March Town A were beaten 5-3 at Buckden, Josh Bryant, Alfie Richardson and Blake Crowley netting for the Hares. Benwick Athletic were beaten 5-1 at home to Hemingfords United Reserves, James Harness netting for Athletic.
The derby clash in Kershaw 2B saw Chatteris Town Reserves beat Wimblington 3-1, Anton Kaval, Billy Munns and Lindsey Smith netting for the Lilies. In another derby, Guyhirn beat Wisbech Town Acorns 4-1, Thomas Nunn netting for the visitors.
Wimblington Reserves are bottom of Kershaw 3B after a 7-3 home defeat against Histon Hornets, Lee White (2) and Richard Clews scoring for Wimblington, while in 3C, Fen Tigers Engineers are up to third after a 6-2 win at struggling March Academy. Deayne Joyce netted a hat-trick for the Tigers, with Rueben Beaney also netting and a brace from substitute Lee Ransome.
Manea United drew 2-2 at Huntingdon United Reserves and Doddington United were beaten 3-1 at home to Brampton Reserves, Lewis Hearn scoring for United.
AFC Walpole Reserve are top of 4C after three wins from three, beating AFC Ely 6-2, with braces each for Micah-Joe Baxter, William Ketteringham and Antonio Matos. Max Kelly scored for Chatteris Town A as they lost 4-1 at home Lakenheath Casuals.
Manea United Reserves lost 3-4 at home to March Academy Reserves, with Marek Bridge, Ben Conyard and Lee Roberts (2) scoring for Academy, while Outwell Swifts beat Benwick Athletic Reserves 5-2 and Guyhirn Reserves won 3-1 at West Row Gunners.
Upwell Town are fourth and Marshland Saints fifth after the latest round of North West Norfolk League Division One games. Saints won 4-3 at Denver, Bradley Foxwell netting two and David Abbott and Alex Jex also on target.
Town drew 3-3 at home to KLSC after having Darren Rawthorn and Thomas Diggines red carded in the first half. Goals came from Ricky Mason, Scott Cubberley and Jamie Leet, and they nearly took all three points when 16-year-old Alex Neeve hit the bar in the closing minutes.
Upwell Town Reserves' match at KLSC A was postponed in Division Three, while Marshland Saints Reserves beat Docking Rangers Development 2-1, with goals from Daniel Smart and Sonny Wright.