Fenland football round-up: Great win for Chatteris Town while Upwell Town hit double figures

Ross Alexander. Picture:Barry Giddings

Ross Alexander. Picture:Barry Giddings - Credit: Archant

Anton Kaval’s hat-trick and top scorer Ross Alexander’s goal helped Chatteris Town pick up an impressive 4-1 win at Girton United in Kershaw Senior A on Saturday.

In NMC 1B, Wisbech St Mary Reserves lost 1-0 at Buckden, Chatteris Town Reserves lost 4-0 to Over Sports Reserves and Manea United lost 7-1 to Huntingdon United.

In NMC 2B, Mepal Sports lost 5-0 at Little Downham Swifts, while Wisbech St Mary A lost 2-1 to Mildenhall United.

Benwick Athletic drew 3-3 with Wisbech St Mary B in NMC 3B. Charlie Cross, Gregory Hoffman and Kieran O’Neill got Benwick’s goals, while Jason Chilton (2) and Simon Adams were on target for Wisbech St Mary B.

In NMC 4B, Josh Brittin scored but Chatteris Town A lost 6-1 to Doddington United Reserves.


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Alex Ashley (4), Nathan Cooper (2), Tom Chapman, Jack Corbett and Mark Heading scored in Chatteris Fen Tigers’ 9-1 thrashing of Haddenham Rovers.

Upwell Town went one better and beat Hemingfords United A 10-0. Martin Chapman (3), Jack Watson (3), Mario Santos (2) and Luke Gale (2) got the goals.

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Callum Fendley (3), James Melton and Aiden Rouse were on target in Outwell Swifts Reserves 5-3 win at Waterbeach Colts Old Boys.

Leverington Sports beat Pinchbeck United 5-4 in the Peterborough and District Premier League. Nathan Watson (2), Mariusz Kudyba, Warren Withers and Dale Palmer scored.

In Division One, Ben English’s goal secured Sutton Bridge United a 1-1 draw at AFC Stanground.

Matthew Heron, Paul Hibbins and Simon Flanz scored in Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic’s 3-2 win over Netherton United Reserves.

Nicky Treacher scored but Long Sutton lost 3-1 to Warboys.

Wisbech Town Reserves beat Oundle Town 3-1. Ryan Alexander, Yovens Chardembous and Lewis Clayton scored.

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