Football round-up: defender Ryan relishes stint in goal for Wisbech St Mary A

 Mepal FC v Wisbech St Mary. Picture: Barry Giddings.

Mepal FC v Wisbech St Mary. Picture: Barry Giddings. - Credit: Archant

Luke Ryan solved a goalkeeping crisis in fine style for Wisbech St Mary A last Saturday.

The full-back donned the gloves in the absence of the team’s regular shot-stopper and delivered an impressive display during a 1-1 draw at Mepal Sports in Division 2B of the Cambs League.

Mariusz Kudyba found the net for the Saints side as they retained their top-six position in the table.

The Wisbech St Mary first team also picked up a point in the Kershaw Premier Division. Ricky Bowden hit their goal in a 1-1 deadlock at West Wratting.

Gary Haime’s all conquering Saints Reserves took another step towards the Division 1B crown as Edgaras Buzas and Aaron McKenna goals earned a 2-0 victory against Over Sports Reserves.

The club’s B team saw off West Row Gunners by the same scoreline in Division 3B and the C side edged out Chatteris A 3-2 in Division 4B.

Outwell Swifts are another local side homing in on title honours.

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They strengthened their grip on top spot in Kershaw Senior A Division courtesy of a 2-0 derby triumph against Chatteris Town.

Mark Secker and substitute Ricky Gunns hit the goals to preserve an eight-point advantage at the summit while the defeat dents the Lillies’ promotion hopes.

Ben Lemmon and James Harness shot March Town Reserves to a 2-1 success at bottom side Milton Reserves in Division 1B.

Chatteris Reserves drew a blank as they battled out a goalless draw against Huntingdon United in the same section.

Elliott Batizovszky hit a consolation goal as Chatteris Fen Tigers’ saw their sparkling run of form ended in Division 3B.

The Tigers lads had reeled off eight successive victories before being beaten 5-1 by runaway leaders AFC Barley Mow. Their last defeat had also been at the hands of the Huntingdon side back in December.

March Rangers picked up a valuable point in Division 4B when sharing four goals at Isleham Warriors.

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