Arlesey Town Reserves still top after win

Arlesey Town Reserves
Arlesey Town Reserves

Arlesey Town Reserves lead the table after their 3-1 victory at Marston Shelton Rovers.

Mark Philips scored before Rovers’ Jamie Cerminara equalised, before the Blues regained the lead through Tyler Prince. Charlie Marshall added a third. Renhold United enjoyed a 4-2 win over Bedford Hatters. Scott Alleyne netted twice alongside goals for Tommy Foyle and Chris Boniface against replies from Ashley Deverall and Xennan Paul. AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College beat AFC Biggleswade 4-0. John Guiney and Lyndon Ingerson both netted twice.

Ickwell & Old Warden were held to a 1-1 draw at Lidlington United Sports. Darren Rowlett scored against a reply from Ivan Finch.

Oakley Sports earned a 4-2 victory at Flitwick Town. Harry Atherton, James Cooper, Alistair Smith and Carl Warner scored against Town replies from Liam Keane and Mark Bartlett.

Bedford Sports Athletic held Wilshamstead to a 4-4 draw. Asa Mead netted three times and Andrew Latimer once against replies via Paul Jones, Kevin Butler, Colin Marshall and Paul Dwyer.

Blunham were beaten 4-1 at Sharnbrook, Chris Prior with a brace and Gareth Hughes and Adam Kirkup scored against a lone reply from Deep Banghard.

Division One

Elstow Abbey beat Leighton United 5-3. Danny Pilgrim scored a hat-trick supported by an own goal and a strike from Aiden Powell against replies via Paul Darton, Kevin Hilton and Ashley Wadhams.

Pavenham were held to a 3-3 draw at Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Ryan Dobson twice and Michael Jones netting for the home side against replies from James Owen twice and Nick Atkins.

Shillington earned a 4-1 win at Kings AFC. Christopher Slough netted twice alongside Mark Tyler and Phil Bright against a home reply from Marcus Tomlin.

Following the tragic road accident which cost Henlow’s Dean Johnson his life during the week the smiles were back in evidence at Groveside following Henlow’s 3-1 victory over Luton Boys. Andy Newton, George Ironton and Russel Ayles on the scoresheet against a reply via Steve O’Dell.

Caldecote Reserves were beaten 4-2 at Lea Sports PSG. Hayden Fletcher twice plus Adam Lake and Jake Kean against a brace from Tom Dupey.

Division Two

Sundon Park Rangers beat Marabese Ceramics 7-1. Chris Mapp (three) supported by goals from Ryan Smith, Laurence Mapp, Matt Conway and Sam Chapman against a reply from Lou Marabese.

Goldington won 8-1 at Meltis Albion. Justin Muircroft netted twice but also missed a penalty, supported by a brace from Bryan Day and strikes from Damion Quigley, Antony Plaiter and Michael Lake against a lone reply from Asa Garlick.

Woburn Athletic earned a 5-2 win at Eastcotts AFC. Dan McLaren netted twice alongside Aaron Ripley, Martin Holland and Ben Nicholls against a brace from Josh Geary.

Marabese Ceramics were defeated while Oakley Sports M&DH Reserves and St Joseph Reserves won. The Sportsmen were 6-3 victors over Queens Park Crescents after braces from Daniel Lupon and Matthew Atherton plus an own goal and a strike from Jamie Carter against replies via Jacob Huckin (two) and Shah Rahman. St Joseph Reserves beat Potton United Reserves, Anton Barbi, Shea Dolan, David Mcleod and Mark Blower scored, against replies from Sam King (two) and Conor Green. Bromham United earned a 6-3 home win over Cranfield United Reserves. Phill Kempsell and Paul Hubbard both netted twice alongside Sam Jones and Dave Baxter against replies via Josh Whetlor, Ben Martin and Peter Kerr.

Stopsley Park emerged 6-1 winners over Westoning. Rob Wilson led the way with a hat-trick, supported by goals from Shane Roberts, Alfred Maci and Almando Gionpetri against a lone reply from Dave Stewart.

Division Three

Marsh Leys enjoyed a 4-0 home win over Potton Town. Alex Clipson, Slyvester Mulenga, Ryan Mann and Sahr Sherrit Songa all scored.

Westoning Reserves enjoyed a 6-0 home win over Kempston Hammers Sports. Gareth White with a hat-trick, Scott Gadsden with a brace plus a goal from James Bennett. Wilshamstead Reserves won 4-3 at Royal Oak Kempston. Jay Hall twice plus Jeff Hall and Matt Johnson goals against replies from Antony Hubbard, Gareth Arzu and Liam Boland. Clifton were held to a 3-3 draw at Stevington. Aaron Fletcher twice plus Gavin White against replies via Tony Norman, Troy Banks and Neil Ellis.

Goals from Jordan Harris and Johnny Jeffries saw Riseley Sports win 2-1 at Dunton.

Great Barford earned a 2-1 home win over Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves. Ben Stock and Josh Pierre St Claire netted the goals against a lone reply from Adam Drakulvic. Renhold United Reserves won 4-0 at Bedford Park Rangers, Kane Alexander, Dan Phillips, Jordan Kumar and Ashmet Chana all scoring.

Division Four

Elstow Abbey Reserves enjoyed a 1-0 home victory over Flitwick Town Reserves. Bedford Panthers enjoyed a 5-2 home victory over Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves. Tom Wade, Michael O’Brien, Joel Norris, Aaron Perrett and Valiant Muddkwani scored against two in reply from Joe Sames.

Kempston Con Club Sports won 7-2 at Shefford Town & Campton A. 6-0 ahead at the break via an own goal plus two goals from Tom Wheelhouse and strikes from James Coates, Michael Darnell and Julian Caves, the home side struck back with goals from Chris Clark and Matthew Johns before James Greenslade completed the scoring.

Caldecote A won 5-3 at Sandy Reserves. Jack Boyd netted four times and Jack Aris once against replies from Jonnie Stratford (two) and Matt Baines.

Clifton Reserves triumphed with a 3-2 win over Kempston Athletic. Joe Marshall, Harry Fisher and Andrew Mussett goals against replies from Gary Whitbread and Dave Wild. Dunton Reserves won 3-1 at Wootton Village.

Nicky Albone (two) plus Jack Stent netted to spoil the welcome back from Elstow Abbey for Adam Flynn who netted the home reply.