Chromasport United Counties League
Published 28th April 2012
....beating Blackstones 2-1 at Station Road on Saturday.
Danny Barker's opener for the visitors was quickly cancelled out by a Josh Davis free-kick, and substitute Michael Byrne netted the Buckby decider a quarter of an hour from time.
The Bucks end the season with a new league points record of 108.
King`s Lynn Town have to settle for the runners-up medals for a second successive season, trailing Long Buckby by two points.
They signed off with a 3-1 success at Cogenhoe United, Ryan Fryatt, Jamie Thurlbourne and Jason Turner the marksmen with Matt Gearing scoring a spot-kick for Cogenhoe.
Third-placed St Ives Town won 6-1 at Daventry United - Conor Washington's four-goal haul took him to the top of the divisional scorecharts with Jamie Alsop and Junior McDougald the other visiting marksmen and Ian Waldock the Motormen scorer.
Newport Pagnell Town ended the campaign unbeaten in a dozen games, but drew their final game at Yaxley 1-1, Scott Mulkern's opener late in the first half matched by a late Scott Bogusz leveller for the Cuckoos.
An Avelino Vieira opener and Dan Bannister brace saw Peterborough Northern Star to a 3-0 home win over Northampton Spencer, who dropped into the bottom five with this reverse.
A goal in each half from Ryan Cherry secured an eighth place finish for Wellingborough Town as they beat Boston Town 2-1 at the Dog & Duck. Paul Jones replied for the Poachers.
The 1,283rd and final match of Brian Rowland's thirty-three-year Sleaford Town's managerial reign saw Town draw 1-1 with AFC Kempston at Eslaforde Park.
Ryan Smith gave the Walnut Boys a first half lead but Liam Tunstall's spot-kick levelled after the break.
Desborough Town moved out of the bottom five as they beat Irchester United 4-1 at the Waterworks Field to end the season with an eight-game unbeaten run.
Jon Mitchell, Luke Abrahart, Stef Gatting and Kevin Byrne scored for Ar Tarn with Daryl Lawman replying for the Romans.
Huntingdon Town were crowned Division One champions on Saturday by beating bottom markers Rothwell Town 3-0 at Jubilee Park.
Niks Savalnieks made the first half breakthrough for Town with defenders Jake Waterworth and Ryan Spencer adding to the score late on.
Runners-up Harborough Town were 2-1 home winners over third-placed Bugbrooke St Michaels.
Jack Burrows and Matt Gamble scored in the second half for Harborough either side of a Dave Drinkwater reply for the Badgers.
Whitworth made it nine consecutive wins to finish the season, beating Olney Town 3-1 at the Victoria Mill ground, Devon Ellwood, Dan Spaughton and Jake Newman giving the Flourmen the points with Jared Cunniff replying for the Nurserymen late in the game.
Bourne Town moved out of the bottom three with a goalless draw against Buckingham Town at the Abbey Lawn.