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United Counties League Round-Up…..

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Cogenhoe United climbed to third place in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division…..

….after ending Yaxley’s unbeaten start with a 3-1 victory at In2Itive Park on Saturday.

Steve Blackwood netted all three for the Cooks, the clincher a penalty with Andy Coleman the home marksman.

Striking sensation Josh Crawley took his season’s tally to eight goals with both in Long Buckby’s 2-1 victory at Stewarts & Lloyds, who replied through player-boss Kevin Byrne.

Wellingborough Town made it back-to-back wins with a 5-0 romp at struggling Sileby Rangers at Fernie Fields.

Two Jason Turner goals and one apiece from Chris Davies, Jason Taylor and Michael Boyle-Chong made up the Doughboys’ nap hand.

AFC Kempston – the Doughboys` last victims – picked up a fourth draw in five games, 1-1 with Wisbech Town at Hillgrounds.

The Fenmen had Callum Reed red carded before going in front through Matt Lunn, Tim Clarke earning the Walnut Boys their point.

The Division One leadership has changed hands twice over the weekend. On Friday Raunds Town took over pole by beating Thrapston Town 2-1 at Kiln Park.

A sixth Karl King goal of the season, a penalty, and Alex Wills decider gave the Shopmates their third win of the campaign, Aidan Bradshaw replying for the visitors.

Saturday saw Potton United go top with a 4-0 success at new-look Woodford United.

Joe Aris scored two for the Royals with a goal apiece for Jamie Lally and Steve Thomas completing the Potton tally.

Harrowby United are second after winning 3-0 at Buckingham Town with Lee Shaw, Liam Harper and Dan Reidy scoring second half goals.

Oadby Town and Eynesbury Rovers both retained their 100% records.

The Poachers won 2-1 at Whitworth with Livo Dube and Levi Porter on target before Jamie White replied for the Flourmen, while Rovers saw off relegated Irchester United 2-0 with Ben Cole and Scott Field on the mark.

Olney Town beat ON Chenecks at East Street for the first time in fourteen attempts, Sam O’Neill and Enock Sare on the scoresheet in a 2-0 Nurserymen win – their first of the season.

A lone strike from Craig Harrower was enough to give Rushden & Higham United a 1-0 home verdict against relegated Blackstones, who are still looking for their first point of the season.

Two goals in the last quarter of an hour, a Luke Phillips own goal and Junior Moya clincher, gave St Neots Saints a 2-0 success at Rothwell Corinthians, who are still without any reward for their season’s efforts, but fellow newcomers Lutterworth Athletic went down 2-0 at home to Burton Park Wanderers, who took the points with goals from Leigh Chapman and Dan Spaughton.

Bourne Town continue to find points elusive after a late Paul Beevor strike gave visiting Bugbrooke St Michaels a 1-0 Abbey Lawn victory.


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