The men earned a well deserved 6-1 victory against Cambridge South 3s enough to claim TOTW for Round 13. Lee Blades and Ben Sheppardson wrapped up the scoring with a brace a piece while Ollie Wade and Chris Leggett got the goals flowing in the first half. The season means so much to the lads that yet another one of the young players put his body on the line for the cause; Chris Leggett needed medical attention after receiving a stick to the face after a fantastic goal saving tackle.
The ladies’ 1s are making exemplary progress in the East 2NW earning a fantastic 3-0 away win at Cambridge Nomads 1s – goals from Tracey Cockerill and a double from Jenny Richards. Having been rooted to the bottom of the league for the majority of the season, back to back wins now see them 8th in the league. League leaders Shefford & Sandy are coming to town this weekend and let’s hope the ladies can continue their fine run of form.
The ladies’ 3s having gone behind early on away at Huntingdon 2s, emphatically came back to lead 2-1 through goals from Verity MacMahon. However, the lead was shortly lived as Huntingdon equalised soon after and it all finished 2-2. The town entertain league leaders Spalding 2s this weekend who have yet to drop points.
The ladies’ 2s did not have a game but return to action this weekend against Haverhill 2s.
|Ladies’ 1||0.5||13||4||0||9||22||41||-19||9 *|
|* 3 points deducted|