Renhold United remain two points clear of the Bedfordshire League Premier Division supported by Sportsform after chalking up win number eight on the bounce - 6-0 at Flitwick Town on Saturday.
Mark Reed and Tommy Foyle both netted twice alongside single goals for Jonny Richens and Jason Allison to end Flitwick’s unbeaten home record.
Second place Shefford Town & Campton retained their unbeaten ways by winning 3-2 at AFC Turvey. Andrew Hayday with a brace and a single goal from Jake Renney were only replied to by strikes from Andrew Latimer and David Hitchin to leave the hosts still looking for their first home win.
Now up into third are AFC Oakley M&DH after they retained their unbeaten home ways with a thumping 10-1 win over bottom of the table Lidlington United Sports. Alex Liburd led the way with a hat-trick, Rob Heaney netting a brace alongside single goals for Ali Smith, Oli Plested, Mitchell Crook, Carl Warner and Aidan McLean against a lone reply via Ben Marwood.
However, just goal difference behind them in fourth spot are Marston Shelton Rovers who are unbeaten on the road, winning 1-0 at AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College thanks to a goal from Jack Weedon.
Now up into sixth are Sharnbrook who took their unbeaten ways up to three games by winning 2-0 at second from bottom of the table Pavenham. Jordan Baxter and Shaun Barnett netting the goals to do the damage.
Also winning on the road were Wootton Blue Cross and Eastcotts AFC. The Blue Cross collected their first away points of the season by winning 4-1 at Ickwell & Old Warden for whom Lee Threadgold netted the lone goal. Likewise for Eastcotts AFC it was their first points on the road this season when a goal from Glen Tumulty took them to a 1-0 victory at Sandy.
Elsewhere, Caldecote twice needed to come from two goals behind to share the points in a 4-4 home draw with Wilstead. Tom Wallace and Conor Smith both netting braces against a brace from Colin Marshall and strikes from Paul Jones and Kieran Brasier in reply for Wilstead.
Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford
Henlow’s lead at the head of the Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford league table is now down to four points after their 100% record were ended in having to share the spoils in a 1-1 draw at fourth place Sundon Park Rangers who thus remain unbeaten on home turf this season. Keith Milburn was on the scoresheet for the league leaders against a home reply from Matthew Conway.
Closing the gap in second place are Elstow Abbey who won 2-1 at home over Cranfield United to end the visitor’s unbeaten run. Callum Davenport shot the Abbey in front in the seventh minute before Dom Parrella doubled the scoreline 11 minutes from the break. United’s lone reply came via Martin Holland just two minutes into the new period.
For fifth place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves it was an extension of their unbeaten run up to five games when they shared the spoils in a 2-2 home draw against Potton Town. Anas Bechkoum netted both goals against replies via Tom Grinstead and James Pyman.
Whilst sixth place Meltis Albion collected their first away point of the season in drawing 1-1 at Riseley Sports, Mark Darlow netting for the home side and Alex Smith for the Albion.
Also gaining their first away points were Great Barford who won 5-3 at AFC Harlington to leave the hosts still looking for their first win of the season. Gary Canzano and Ben Stock both scored twice and Elijah Hukin once to bring up the nap hand against home replies from Josh Johnson twice and Matt Barnes.
Life gets no better for bottom of the table Brache Sparta who were beaten 12-1 at home by AFC Oakley M&DH Reserves. Antony Eastwood bagged six goals, Ray Patrickson four and they were supported by single strikes from Jason Angol and Alex Skeel. The lone home reply, Brache’s first goal of the season came from Ricky Fearon.
After four consecutive defeats Queens Park Crescents returned to winning ways with a 3-1 home victory over Bedford SA, Dante Barlie netting twice and Shazad Sattar once against a lone reply via James Munns.
Whilst Marabese Ceramics collected their first home point of the season by drawing 1-1 with Shefford Town & Campton Reserves. Lewis Littlechild on the home scoresheet and Tim Andrews netting for the Town.
Westoning are now back onto the top of the division two league table on goal difference from Elstow Abbey Reserves after they ended Meltis Albion Reserves’ 100% home record with a 7-3 victory. James Lovett scored a hat-trick supported by single goals from Sean Cooksley, Cody O’Neill, Taylor Clayton and Thomas Cooksley against Albion replies via Josh St Clair Pierre twice and Craig Damon.
For Elstow Abbey Reserves it was win number six on the bounce and the retention of their seasons unbeaten ways when winning 3-2 at Kempston Athletic. Myles Ferraro netting twice and Toni Veglio once against Athletic replies from Richie Andrews and Nicholas Ememe.
Now in third are FC Houghton who claimed win number five on the bounce with an 8-0 home victory over Moggerhanger United, Lawrence Taylor with four goals being supported by single strikes from Nathan Prime, Sam Martin, Mark Doran and Charlie Nicholson.
Also winning 8-0 were Stevington at bottom of the table Kempston Con Club Sports. Kieran Souter hit the mark four times alongside single strikes from Dan Bridgeman, Tristan Clark, Aaron Fletcher and Ben Walsh. Whilst Renhold United Reserves claimed their first home win of the season in beating Bedford United 5-2. Michael France with a hat-trick plus goals from Josh Cowley and Iain Asplin bringing up the nap hand against replies via Simon Wade and Jamaal Dixon.
However, still awaiting their first home win are Wilstead Reserves after they were defeated 3-2 by Wootton Village. The scoring was opened from distance by Village goalkeeper Partick O’Hara and added to by Jay Rogers and Sahil Hamza against home replies from Matt Johnson and Robert Booth.
Elsewhere, Clapham Sports took their unbeaten ways up to five games by sharing the spoils in a 2-2 home draw with Kempston Hammers Sports. Mario Esposito netting twice for the home side against Hammers replies from Dan Sherwood and Chris Greene. Whilst Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves ran out 5-2 home winners over Caldecote Reserves. Antony Henham with a hat-trick being supported by goals from Jamie Watson and Gary Russon against replies via Nick Albone and Simon Ashton.
Cranfield United Reserves are the new leaders of the division three league table after they retained their unbeaten ways with a 5-2 home win over Mid Beds Tigers, Adam Kerr netting twice alongside Jordan Appleton, Philip Kempsell and Mark Dring to bring up the nap hand against Tigers replies via Daniel Whitten and Steve Monks.
Now in second spot, albeit only on goal difference, are Atletico Europa who were making it four wins on the bounce with a 3-1 home victory over the previous unbeaten tFlitwick Town Reserves. Cameron Browne scored twice and Kane Alexander once against a Town reply from Kevin Higby.
All of which means Clifton are now down into third spot but also on the same number of points as the top two after they were defeated for the first time on the road this season when losing 3-1 at Shefford Town & Campton A, Jordan Robbens netting all three goals against a lone Clifton reply via Tony Norman.
For fourth place Dinamo Flitwick they kept their ubeaten home record intact with a 3-2 victory over Caldecote U20 thanks to goals from Joseph Kwarciaski, Barrie-Lee Hannam and Dale Goldie against replies from Chris Richardson and Paul Rannow.
Whilst now sixth place Lea Sports PSG were 4-1 home winners over Sandy Reserves, Joe Hennem netting twice alongside Ryan Durrant and Will Tyler against a lone reply from Carl Mercer.
In eighth spot now are FC Serbia who claimed their first away win of the season when winning 1-0 at Westoning U20 thanks to a goal from Marko Djordjic and in ninth spot are White Eagles who collected their first home points of the season with a 4-0 victory over Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves. Prxchyslaw Stramski with a brace plus single goals from Mateusz Serkewski and Marcia Ptak doing the damage.