Chromasport United Counties League
Published 5th September 2012
....with a 4-2 Westwood Road defeat of Boston Town on Tuesday night.
Will Fordham, Karl Gibbs and an Ollie Pinner own goal gave the table-toppers a three-goal lead but a Poachers fight back saw Matt Barber and Sam Kirton cut the deficit either side of a missed penalty from Josh Ford. Scott Fielding sealed the Saints’ success in added time.
Newport Pagnell Town are second after a 4-1 home win over Irchester United, who took the lead through Zondi Chunga.
Dom Lawless, Darren Dykes with a brace and Jared Cunniff’s long range effort won the contest for the Swans.
Deeping Rangers climbed to third place with a 3-1 derby win at Peterborough Northern Star.
Ciaron Holt, Alex Beck and Matt Heron netted for Rangers with Nick Davey the Star marksman. Spalding United returned to winning ways with a 5-1 Halley Stewart defeat of Sleaford Town, who had Kris Jones and Liam Tunstall red carded.
Shane Tolley scored three for the Tulips, whose other marksmen were Scott Musgrove and Luke Kennedy, Nick Bishop the visiting scorer.
Cogenhoe United made it four teams on ten points as a Dan Chilton goal midway through the second half secured a 1-0 verdict at Stewarts & Lloyds.
Newly-promoted Huntingdon Town were 3-1 winners at a Wellingborough Town side still searching for its first point.
Dave Townsend, Ben Sawyer with a penalty and Stuart Eason scored for the promotees with Daryl Lawman the Doughboys marksman.
AFC Kempston were 3-1 winners at Yaxley with goals from Josh Bamford, Michael Cox and Sam Macrae, Andy Coleman replying for the Cuckoos, while Desborough Town saw off Shepshed Dynamo 3-1 at the Waterworks Field, Adam Randall, Tom Mills and Kevin Byrne giving Ar Tarn victory with Kieren Bradshaw on the scoresheet for Dynamo.
Promoted Harborough Town picked up their first Premier point drawing 1-1 at home to champions Long Buckby.
Chris Hollist earned Harborough a point after Tom Rawlings scored a debut opener for the Bucks.
In the Loughborough Charity Cup quarter-final Quorn beat Barrow Town 5-3 with goals from Kadeem Price, Liam Turner and hat-trick hero Lee Sutton.