Chatteris finish stunning season with eight goal romp while Upwell go one better and score nine

Chatteris town res v Littleport town. Picture: Steve Williams.

Chatteris town res v Littleport town. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

Chatteris Town produced a rousing end to a fantastic season with an 8-1 win at Hundon.

Josh Joyce (3), Ashley Blanchflower (2), Jack Whiting (2) and Shaun Simpson were on target as the Lilies secured a fourth place Kershaw Senior A finish.

But it was a familiar story for Wisbech St Mary, who lost 1-0 at Cambridge City Reserves to end their Kershaw Premier campaign in 15th.

In Kershaw Senior B, Craig Gillies and Jermaine Watson scored but champions Doddington United lost 3-2 at West Wratting Reserves.

In NMC 1B, Adam Conyard scored twice as March Town United Reserves won 2-1 at Eaton Socon Reserves. Wisbech St Mary Reserves won 3-2 at Over Sports Reserves. Josh Brittin scored but Chatteris Town Reserves lost 6-1 to Littleport Town.

In NMC 2B, Lee Redhead and Daniel Williams were on target but March Rangers lost 3-2 to Little Downham Swifts.

In NMC 3B, Benwick Athletic lost 4-1 at Soham United Reserves. Jordan Tombling got the goal.

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Chatteris Fen Tigers thumped Chatteris Town A 7-0 in NMC 4B. Alex Ashley (4), Tom Chapman, Nathan Cooper and Dean Joyce scored. Ashley finished the campaign with a remarkable 47 goals in 26 games.

Jack Watson (2), Aaron Marshall (2), Tyron Elms (2), Shane Spriggs, Ryan Alexander and Dan Dowdney scored in Upwell Town’s 9-0 rout of Isleham Warriors.

In the Peterborough and District League, Liam Harrold’s goal secured Coates Athletic a 1-1 draw at Moulton Harrox. Leverington drew 1-1 at Sawtry.

In Division One, Ryan Alexander (3) and Adam Drew scored as Wisbech Town Reserves beat Moulton Harrox Reserves 4-2.

James Hill-Seekings scored but Coates Athletic Reserves lost 2-1 to AFC Stanground. Sutton Bridge lost 2-0 at Kings Cliffe.

In the S Tech League, March Town Ladies beat Little Paxton Ladies 3-0.

Emma Searle unselfishly set up Emma Frost after 10 minutes. Frost then scored a stunner, lobbing the keeper from 30 yards, before, on the stroke of half time, Searle scored the third.

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