Fenland football round-up: Wisbech St Mary and Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic maintain fast start but Chatteris Town lose

15:30 21 August 2014

Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic v Deeping Rovers Reserves. Picture: Steve Williams.

Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic v Deeping Rovers Reserves. Picture: Steve Williams.

Archant

Wisbech St Mary are now third in the Kershaw Premier League and are two points off top with a comfortable 4-0 home win against Lakenheath, Samuel Cubberley scoring all four.

Their next game is at home against Cambridge University Press.

Sixth placed Chatteris lost at home to Hundon 2-1 with Ross Alexander giving Chatteris the lead but Hundon scored two late goals giving them the win. Their next game is at home in the Kershaw Senior A league against Comberton United.

Doddington won away 3-1 in the local derby against Wimblington to move up to sixth in the Kershaw Senior B League. James Harness with a brace and Dean Russell with one were the goal scorers for Doddington. They play Witchford away next, whilst Wimblington play Orwell away.

Outwell are second with only goal difference standing between them and top. They won 3-0 away to Godmanchester Rovers Reserves and their next game is at home to Hemingfords United Reserves.

Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic are top of the Peterborough and District League by three points after a solid 2-0 home win over Thorney, Liam Harrold and sub Adam Moore were the goal scorers. They next play Moulton Harrox at home.

Eighth placed Leverington were in a home six goal thriller against Moulton Harrox. Ricky Bowden, Curtis Knight and Nathan Watson all got on the goal sheet in the 3-3 draw. Their next game is a visit to bottom of the league Crowland Town.

More news stories

16:11

A Wisbech man who is running four marathons in eight months has raised more than £4,000 for charity.

Two heroic teenagers who ignored warnings to stay in shallow water during a seaside camp in order to save a 10-year-old boy from being swept out to sea are to receive top national life-saving awards.

14:46

Four volunteer life-savers are celebrating having passed training to become community first responders (CFR).

12:31

A break in at the Branching Out Charity Shop in Littleport has left staff and residents ‘appalled’ and ‘horrified’.

Most read stories

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Cambs Times e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up