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Wins for Chatteris, Fen Tigers, Leverington Res, Manea, March A, March Academy Res, Outwell Res, Tydd, both Upwell teams and Walpole Res

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Leverington Sports were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Crowland Town in the Premier Division of the Peterborough League on Saturday, with Daniel Roberts and Lewis Chapman netting, but Long Sutton Athletic’s poor start to the season continued as they went down 6-1 at home to Oundle Town, Ryan Brothwell netting for the Magpies.

In Division One, Tydd are up to third after an impressive 7-1 win at Eunice Huntingdon, where Dale Parnell hit four goals. Bradley Easey, Matt Eaton and sub Timothy Magnus were also on target.

Wisbech Town Reserves are seventh with games in hand after a 2-2 home draw with Warboys Town, Ryan Brazil and Arthur Senghor getting the Fenmen’s goals.

Long Sutton Reserves were defeated 1-0 at Parkside, while in the Division Three derby, Tydd Reserves lost 3-2 at home to Leverington Sports Reserves. Kian Penn, Grant Thompson and Declan Foster scored for Sports, with Ben Gibbons and Jamie Steward with a screamer netting for Tydd.

Sutton Bridge United remain top of Division Four but were thumped 7-1 at promotion rivals Whittlesey Athletic A, Mark Garner getting Bridge’s only goal, while Long Sutton A lost 4-1 at Deeping United Reserves, sub Scott Pemberton scoring for the Magpies.

Leverington Sports A were thrashed 10-1 at table topping Nene Park Feeder in Division Five, Gary Hurrell getting the Sports goal.

In the Cambridgeshire County League, March Town Reserves drew 2-2 at Witchford 96, with Connor Mazurek scoring twice. George Rayner, who had a brief spell with March’s first team at the start of the season, was on target for Witchford.

In Kershaw 1B, Chatteris Town won 3-1 at Benwick Athletic, Sam Bond, Andrew Howell and Martin Saunders netting for the Lilies. March Town A won 1-0 at Over Sports Reserves, with James Monaghan getting the all-important goal.

Wimblington were beaten for the first time this season in Kershaw 2B, 4-2 at Longstanton, Rory Parker getting both goals and a booking for the visitors. Wisbech Acorns lost 3-0 at Stretham, and it’s three defeats out of three for Chatteris Town Reserves after a 6-1 home defeat to Needingworth United, Billy Munns scoring for the Lilies.

In Division 3B, Wimblington Reserves crashed 9-0 at Isleham United Reserves and in 3C, Fen Tigers Engineers are up to second after thrashing Houghton & Wyton Reserves 6-0, Dean Joyce and Will Terry getting two each, George Terry and sub Harry Powley also netting.

It’s 50 goals conceded in three games now for poor Doddington United after a 16-2 home reversal to Manea United. Carlos Mendes led the scoring with seven, Delano Lloyd helped himself to five, Liam Burch two and Harry Fox and Jamie Tweed also scored. Kieran Emery and Steven Boom scored Doddington’s first goals of the campaign. March Academy lost 2-0 at Hartford Rangers.

Guyhirn Reserves remain top of 4C despite losing 4-3 at home to Mepal Sports, and AFC Walpole Reserves made it two wins out of two with a 6-2 thrashing of Lakenheath Casuals, Ant Matos scoring five of them and Jason Day the other.

March Academy Reserves beat Benwick Athletic Reserves 4-3, Chatteris Town A lost 3-2 at home to West Row Gunners, Max Kelly and Charlie Munns scoring the Lilies goals, and Outwell Swifts Reserves beat Manea United Reserves 6-0, with Ben Longmuir (2), Callum Moles,Mark Secker and subs Adan-Jay Lewis and Spencer Singleterry scoring.

In the North West Norfolk League, Upwell Town recored a brilliant 11-1 away win at Gayton United, Sam Cubberley netting twice and goals also for Ricky Mason, Nathan Hurrell, Dominic Pintilie, Billy Fowler, Bonnett (2) and Leet.

Marshland Saints are still without a win this season after a 6-1 thrashing at Heacham United Reserves, Callum Rogers netting for Saints.

In Division Three, Upwell Town Reserves beat Ingoldisthorpe Reserves 4-0, Roman Kotovics grabbing a hat-trick and Kamil Staniec getting the other goal from the penalty spot. Marshland Saints Reserves lost 6-0 at home to AFC Lynn Napier Reserves.

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