Chatteris pegged back by Paxton while Outwell produce stunning fightback win - Fenland football round-up
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Craig Gillies bagged a brace but Chatteris Town were made to pay for their wastefulness in front of goal as Paxton pegged them back twice to earn a 2-2 draw.
Manager Ashley Taylor said: “For us it was two points dropped and a very good point for them. We dominated the game and should have been out of sight but things just didn’t go our way in front of goal and they scored in the very last minute.
“It’s frustrating conceding a last minute goal but we are a young team and always learning. Next time we find ourselves defending a one goal lead we must use this experience and come away with three points.”
Rivals Outwell Swifts produced a stunning late fightback to maintain their perfect start to the Kershaw Senior A campaign.
With 22 minutes to go, Swifts trailed Cambridge University Press 3-1. But they scored three goals to seal a stunning 4-3 win. Stan Brown (2), Jason Day and Sam Hanslip got the goals.
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In Kershaw Senior B, Wimblington won 2-1 at Cambridge University Press Reserves.
In Cambs NMC 1B, Will Grant and Rowan Irvine were on target as Chatteris Town Reserves won 2-1 at Swavesey Institute. Wisbech St Mary Reserves beat Manea United 1-0, and March Town United Reserves lost 3-2 to Huntingdon United.
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In NMC 2B, Wisbech St Mary A lost 3-1 at Little Downham Swifts.
In NMC 3B, goals from Lee Bailey and James Osborne sealed Benwick Athletic a 2-2 draw at Waterbeach Colts Old Boys. Wimblington Reserves lost 10-0 to AFC Barley Mow and Wisbech St Mary B beat Chatteris Fen Tigers 2-0.
In NMC 4B, Steven Dickinson (2), Conor Mazurek (2), Ashley Taylor and Jamie Fuller scored in Doddington United’s 6-1 win over Fordham Reserves. Chatteris Town A lost 6-0 at Tuddenham 08. Adam Simpson’s goal sealed Wisbech St Mary C a 1-0 win at Witchford 96 Reserves.
In NMC 5B, Aiden Rouse (2), Lee Gardner, Steven Rogers, Matthew Thomas and Jack Moore were on target as Upwell Town Reserves won 6-3 at Benwick Athletic Reserves. Manea United Reserves lost 6-2 to Ely Crusaders and Guyhirn, in their first game, thumped Wicken Athletic 12-2.
Whittlesey Athletic progressed in the President’s Premier Shield with a 3-1 win at Ketton. Matthew Heron, Adam Moore and Jacob Smith got the goals.
In the Peterborough and District Premier, Jordi Henson, Jordan Watts and Craig Peeling scored as Leverington Sports won 3-2 at Crowland Town.
In Division One, Sam Cubberley (2), Mark Hardwick and Alfa Jalo scored in Wisbech Town Reserves’ 4-0 win over Oundle Town.
Sutton Bridge beat Baston 3-2. Sam Cooper, Matt Eaton and Ben Partridge were on target.
James Ward and Daniel Goddard scored in Long Sutton’s 2-2 draw at Wittering.
Paul Hibbins’ goal sent Whittlesey Athletic Reserves through in the Chairman’s Championship Shield with a 1-0 win over Netherton United.