GALLERY: Tough day for Chatteris Town at hands of leaders Hemingfords but great win for March Town Ladies

Chatteris v Hemingfords football.Picture: Steve Williams.

Chatteris v Hemingfords football.Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

Chatteris Town received a rude awakening at the hands of Kershaw Senior A leaders Hemingfords United on Saturday.

A 'team selfie' of the celebrations after the victory.

A 'team selfie' of the celebrations after the victory. - Credit: Archant

Josh Joyce bagged a goal but the visitors ran out 5-1 winners. The Lilies will look to bounce back at Soham United, who are one place above them in fourth, on Saturday.

Wimblington lost 2-0 at Witchford 96 in the William Coad Cup.

In NMC 1B, Wisbech St Mary Reserves won 4-3 at St Ives Rangers.

Thomas Denston scored but March Rangers lost 5-1 at Fordham in NMC 2B. Wisbech St Mary A were thrashed 6-0 by Red Lodge.

Adam Key (4) and Jason Chilton were on target in Wisbech St Mary B’s 5-0 win at The Eagle in NMC 3B.

Benwick Athletic won 2-1 at Wimblington Reserves. Gregory Hoffman and Jordan Tombling got the goals.

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In NMC 4B, Alex Ashley (4) and Mark Heading helped Chatteris Fen Tigers beat Isleham Warriors 5-1.

Doddington United Reserves lost 1-0 to Waterbeach Colts Old Boys, Chatteris Town A lost 11-1 at Earith United and Outwell Swifts Reserves lost 3-2 to Lakenheath Casuals.

Goals from Alfa Jalo and Bradley Williams saw Wisbech Town Reserves beat Langtoft United 2-1 in Peterborough and District League Division One.

Leverington Sports lost 3-0 at Kings Cliffe. A double from Ben English and Ben Partridge helped Sutton Bridge win 3-2 at Long Sutton. Matthew Stancer got both Long Sutton’s goals.

A late goal from Chelle Fisher helped March Town Ladies pick up a dramatic 3-2 win over high-flying Milton Town Ladies in the S Tech League.

After going a goal down, player of the match Emma Frost equalised with a great individual goal.

In the second half, Chas Miller scored from 40 yards into the far corner.

The game looked like it was heading for a draw when, on 85 minutes, Chelle Fisher popped up to score the decider.

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