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Football round-up

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Beds and Herts County Girls and Women’s League

U15 Division: Woburn Blues 0 AFC Kempston Colts 4 (Sabrina Stramaglia, Becky Smith, Tayla Dolan, Cyeanne Eaton).

Chiltern Youth League

U11 League Cup, round two: Sandy Colts 2 Maulden Magpies 3 (Thomas Bastiani, Jacob Roberts, Zak Kebble) aet.

Beds Mini Soccer League

U10 League Cup, round one: Bedford Town Youth 4 (Ben Greenwell 2, Luke McGrath, Filip Mackowiak) Dunstable Town Youth 0.

U10 Division Two: Bedford Town Eagles 3 (Chuck Nwankwo 2, Adam Hadley) Flitwick Eagles 2.

U9 League Cup, round one: Bedford Town Youth 0 Bedford Town FC Eagles 1.

Beds FA Veterans League

Northern Division, Sunday, Dember 9: Bedford BC Allstars v Kempston Blades.

Soccer PM Monday League

Pulse and Thunder are the early leaders of the Soccer PM Monday League Premier Division with maximum points so far.

An Aaron Hewitt hat-trick and strikes from Mikey Stephenson and Martin Ivy were too much for Predators, who hit back through Kyle Dawe and Chris Hill.

Kempston Eagles scored twice through Tony Milioti and Darren Harvey, but Blood Sweat ’n Beers ran out 4-2 winners.

Wootton Chequers and Stewartby shared four goals as Dean Reid and Adam Flynn scored for Wootton with Ed Lerario and Carl Welham the Stewartby scorers.

Sunnie Reds looked good as Josh Bamford struck twice early versus BB Boys with player/manager Jessie Bhangle getting on the scoresheet too as the Reds triumphed 5-1.

Bamford completed a debut hat-trick debut with John Damon also on target.

In Division One AFC Wimbledong versus Super Sixes ended 2-2, Jamie Burton netting a double for the Dongs and Bryan Davis and Lee Justin-Matthews slotting home for Super Sixes.

Hillgrounds Astros had keeper Raman Bangerh to thank for a fab triple save in the first half before a Mark Fensome hat-trick and a Joe Bridge piledriver resulted in a 4-1 win.

Sandeep Gill struck a brace in Kartell UK’s 2-0 win against Five Slims, while FC Palgrave and Shakhtar Senseless battled out a 2-2 draw to conclude the evening’s fixtures at AFC Kempston.

Matt Clarke grabbed both for Palgrave with Karl Bunyan and Craig Dixon netting for Shakhtar.

 

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