GALLERY: Doddington United secure promotion while Wisbech St Mary Reserves enjoy thumping win

Doddington United v Hardwick Reserves. Picture: Steve Williams.

Doddington United v Hardwick Reserves. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

Doddington United secured promotion from Kershaw Senior B with a 2-1 win over Hardwick Reserves on Saturday.

Gary Smith and David Turnbull scored as Doddington leapfogged fellow title challengers Outwell Swifts, who drew 0-0 at Barrington. Wimblington lost 2-0 at Godmanchester Rovers Reserves.

In the Kershaw Premier, Wisbech St Mary lost 4-0 at Linton Granta.

Josh Joyce scored but 10-man Chatteris Town lost 3-1 at Fenstanton in Kershaw Senior A.

In NMC 1B, Sean White (2) and Martin Pentney scored as March Town United Reserves bounced back from their cup final loss to Burwell Swifts to beat Milton Reserves 3-1.


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Wisbech St Mary Reserves beat Huntingdon United 4-1. James Turner (2), Samuel Cubberley and Kieran Hamilton got the goals.

In NMC 2B, March Rangers lost 2-1 to Bluntisham Rangers Reserves.

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In NMC 4B, Alex Ashley’s double saw Chatteris Fen Tigers beat Lakenheath Casuals 2-1. Joe Waters scored but Doddington United Reserves lost 6-1 to Earith United. Jack Watson (2) and Jonny Allan were on target in Upwell Town’s 3-2 win at Littleport Town Reserves.

In the Peterborough and District League, Leverington Sports beat Sawtry 3-1. Drew Barker, Mariusz Kudyba and Daniel Paynter scored.

In Division One, Whittlesey Blue Star lost 2-1 at Kings Cliffe. Gavin Baker scored twice but Whittlesey (Coates) Athletic Reserves lost 6-2 at Langtoft United Reserves. Long Sutton Athletic lost 1-0 to Ketton. Matt Eaton, Jake Lally and Ben Partridge were on target but Sutton Bridge United lost 4-3 to AFC Stanground.

Wisbech Town Reserves have announced that Danny Hughes will remain in charge next season.

Hughes said: “I’m very pleased that myself, Mel and Nick are staying on for another season. I hope the majority of players will stay and build on our first season together.

“With the addition of a couple of players I see no reason why we cannot reach the prem come the end of next season.

“I would like to thank everyone for their hard work this season and hope we can end it on a high against Moulton Harrox.”

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