The men’s team earned TOTW for round 15 with a 6-6 draw away against Cambridge City 5s. With Alford the league’s top goal getters in 2nd place beating Rutland 14-4, the gap between the two sides now closes to 8 points. The side entertain bottom placed St. Neots this coming weekend hoping to return to winning ways.
Despite going ahead in the game, the ladies 2s were eventually defeated 3-1 at league leaders Christchurch. This rather dented the side’s promotion hopes, but it’s still all to play for especially as the side is still due to meet 2nd placed Carlton Park. Promising debuts for April Atkinson and Donna Serimore should give the side confidence as they play Bury St. Edmunds at home this weekend.
The ladies 1s were without a few regulars this week and although replacements did well, the side lost 0-4 to mid-tabled St. Neots. Currently in 10th place just above the relegation zone, the ladies will be keen to secure some more invaluable points on Saturday as they travel to 9th placed City of Peterborough 2s as the relegation battle heats up.
The ladies 3s did not play.
|Ladies’ 1||0.5||15||4||1||10||24||47||-23||10 *|
|* 3 points deducted|