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George Hutton and James Williams see red while Aaron McKenna replies for Saints

By Pete Woodhouse

George Hutton and James Williams were sent off as three players saw red in third-from-bottom Wisbech St Mary’s 6-1 Thurlow Nunn League First Division North home loss to basement side Needham Market Res on Saturday.

Aaron McKenna replied for Saints while Needham’s Joe Hunt also received his marching orders.

Wisbech St Mary from: Stuart Beckett, Alfie Brindle, Josh Burrows, Ethan Goodale, Sol Goodby, Jordan Goult, George Hutton, Aaron McKenna, Sarunas Snitkas, Scott Waumsley, James Williams. Substitutes: Ben Baker, Jordan Boriel, Aaron Marshall.

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Saints next weekend have a must-win game at fourth-from-bottom King’s Lynn Town Reserves, while fifth-spot March Town United, who had no fixture on Saturday, last night (Tuesday) travelled to Haverhill Borough and host 12th-place Cornard United next Saturday.

Chatteris Town had no fixture on Saturday, and are five points clear at the top of Cambridgeshire County League Kershaw Senior A.

Second position Over Sports, who still have a game in hand over the Lilies, used the opportunity to go three points closer to the leaders following their 3-0 home success over Cottenham United and could even afford to have a man sent off at The Dole.

March Town United Reserves’ bid to win the Kershaw Senior B title were helped by a home walkover when Cambridge University Press Reserves were unable to raise a team.

Alexander Knowles was on target for Mead Plant & Grab 2B side Wimblington but could not prevent North Cambs Junior Challenge Cup hosts Outwell Swifts, from Division 3B, from winning 2-1.


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