Hereward Teamwear United Counties League
Published 25th April 2011
....Monday after a 4-1 home win over St Ives Town put them out of reach of King`s Lynn Town at the top.
First half goals from Dominic Green and Will Fordham put them in control with Stefan Moore and Green wrapping up victory before Scott Fielding's late visiting consolation.
King`s Lynn were 3-0 winners at home to Holbeach United with a first half Chris Bacon opener and late strikes from Jamie Thurlbourne and Danny White.
Newport Pagnell Town's Daren Dykes looks set to finish top of the Premier scorecharts after scoring twice, one a penalty, in the Swans` 3-2 success at Irchester United.
Darren Lynch was the other Newport scorer with Ryan Cottingham scoring both for the Romans.
Wellingborough Town finish fifth after a 5-1 derby success at Raunds Town. Dan Surridge and Tom Liversedge scored two apiece for the Doughboys whose other marksman was Jason Turner, Simon Duggan scoring a consolation for the Shopmates.
A second half Karl Gibbs goal gave Peterborough Northern Star a 1-0 home win over Yaxley, while Blackstones completed their campaign with a 4-1 win over Deeping Rangers at Lincoln Road.
David Burton-Jones, Michael Nelson, Steve Burns and Robbie Pearce netted for Stones, Mark Jones for Rangers.
Sleaford Town sprang the surprise of the day with a 3-0 win at Boston Town with goals from Steve Lovett, Shane Clancy and Adam Weston, while bottom club Rothwell Corinthians looked set for a rare win when an Elliott Roberts opener at Desborough Town was followed by the home side going down to ten-men. But Ar Tarn rallied though with Michael Keall levelling from the spot and Lewis Harmon's late effort giving Desborough a 2-1 win.
AFC Kempston are on the way back to the Premier Division as champions following the Easter Monday games.
The Walnut Boys kicked off against Wootton Blue Cross in the morning and a first minute Aaron Baldwin goal proved enough to give Kempston a single goal victory.
In the afternoon title rivals Thrapston Town suffered only their second home defeat of the season as Craig Harrower's strike 5 minutes from time gave Rushden & Higham United a shock 1-0 success and a league `double` at Chancery Lane.
A fifth win in seven games lifted Buckingham Town off the foot of the table as they stunned third placed Bugbrooke St Michaels 4-1 at Ford Meadow.
The division's leading marksman Nick Worley opened the scoring for the Badgers but Kyle Stimpson and Ash Farmer inched the Robins in front at the break with further goals from Jarrod Cunniff and Farmer sealing the home win in the second period.
Mid-season leaders Olney Town suffered their seventh defeat in a row, 2-0 at Burton Park Wanderers, who took the points with a goal in each half from Curtis Taylor-Jacob and Wayne Brown.
Eynesbury Rovers were the day's biggest winners, beating Potton United 6-0 at Hall Road.
Shane Fox scored a hat-trick for Rovers, whose other marksmen were Lee Bassett, Ben Cole and Scott Kingsbury.
Sileby Rangers and Whitworth shared eight goals at Fernie Fields where Rangers opened up a three-goal half time lead through Josh Williams, Jack Bartley and Matthaus Marriott but ultimately needed a stoppage time leveller from Callum Leslie-Draper to salvage a point after goals from Anthony Sharp, two-goal Jake Newman and Niall Belfon had turned the contest on its head.