Five for Lewis as Outwell Swifts hit 10
In our featured match this week, Outwell Swifts (darker blue) thrashed Chatteris Town A (stripes) 10-0 in the Cambs County League Kershaw 4C.
Adan-Jay Lewis netted five for top of the table Swifts to take his personal tally to 19 this season, with sub Ashley Goodale getting two, Ross Beart and other subs Daniel Cowell from 40 yards out and Luke Plumb also on target.
Hot on Outwell's heels are AFC Walpole Reserves, who won 5-0 at bottom of the table Manea United, with Will Ketteringhm hitting a hat-trick to make it seven so far this season and Ant Matos with his 10th of the season and Bobby Wright also on target.
In the same division, Benwick Athletic Reserves went down 5-4 at home to Mepal Sports, with Grant Cook, Jordan Mason (2) and Sam Smethurst the Athletic scorers. March Academy Reserves were beaten 5-0 at West Row Gunners.
In Kershaw 3C, Fen Tigers Engineers are sixth with games in hand after a 5-2 win at Huntingdon United Reserves, Rueben Beaney with his fourth of the season,Lee Ransome, Jack Ryan, sub Hugo Bryant and an own goal on the scoresheet.
Chatteris Town Reserves were thrashed 7-0 at Needingworth United in Kershaw 2B, with bottom side Wisbech Town Acorns drawing 1-1 at home to Stretham, Thomas Nunn on target.
In the Cambs Challenge Cup, AFC Walpole of Kershaw Senior B beat Kershaw Senior A outfit Orwell 4-2 on penalties after a 4-4 draw and despite ending the game with just nine men.
Jake Miller was red carded after nine minutes but a great Robbie Knight effort gave the Honey Badgers an 11th minute lead. Orwell fought back to lead 2-1 but Brendan Burton headed in a fantastic corner from Ryan Dennis to equalise with his fifth goal of the season.
Again the home side went in front but Joe Reed rounded the keeper to make it 3-3 with his 11th of the campaign after a free kick from keeper and man of the match Adam Groves was flicked on by Scott Drewery. Orwell then made it 4-3 before a free kick across the face of goal from Reed was headed in by Niall Burton, who minutes later was sent off.
The match went to penalties and Groves pulled off two great saves as Reed, Drewery, Ogden and Luke Whyatt scored their spot kicks.
In the same competition Kershaw Premier outfit March Town Reserves were beaten 4-1 on penalties by lower league Milton after a 2-2 draw. Leverington Sports of the Peterborough League Premier Division crashed out with a 6-1 defeat at Kershaw Premier side West Wratting,
In the Cambs Junior Cup, Chatteris Town beat Leverington Sports Reserves 5-1, with Harley Williams notching a hat-trick and Sam Bond scoring twice. March Town United A lost 1-0 at home to Whittlesey Athletic Reserves and Benwick won 1-0 at Cottenham United.
Guyhirn lost 7-0 at Witchford 96 Reserves and Wisbech Town Reserves won a penalty shoot out after drawing 2-2 at Wimblington.
Wimblington dominated early on and only brilliant saves from the man of the match goalkeeper Matty Harrison kept the Fenmen in it.But on 30 minutes the high press worked as Jordan Jolly pinched the ball off a Wimblington defender and his shot nestled nicely in the bottom right hand corner to put Wisbech 1-0 up.
Wimblington equalised early in the second half , but a brilliant lob from Ajay Jolly restored Wisbech's lead. However, it was backs to the wall for the visitors after Jordan Jolly was sent off, and the home team managed to equalise and bring the game to penalties.
Dan Hempson missed his penalty but after that Ajay Jolly, Sam Bedwell-Byatt and Pawel Kaluzny all scored, with Wimblington putting one over the bar and then two great saves from Marty Harrison.
In the Peterborough League Premier Division Long Sutton Athletic are rock bottom after a 7-0 thrashing at Netherton United. Tydd slip to fifth in Division One after losing 3-1 at Deeping Rangers Reserves.
In Division Two, Long Sutton Athletic Reserves lost 4-0 at home to Wittering Premiair Reserves, and Tydd Reserves were beaten 8-0 at home to Sawtry in Division Three.
Sutton Bridge United are up to second in Division Four after a 2-1 win at Cambridge, Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton with his seventh of the season scoring. And in Division Five, Leverington Sports A are off the bottom with their first ever win, 3-2 at Sawtry Reserves,who take their place. Ryan McManus (2) and Gary Hurrell.