GALLERY: Rangers Reserves lose out to Brampton
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Kershaw Premier League
It was another disappointing day for Soham Town Rangers Reserves as they lost out to Brampton at Julius Martin Lane.
Gareth Owen hit the only goal of the match to consign the Greens second string to their 14th defeat of the season.
NMC Division 4B
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Littleport Town Reserves took a decisive step up the league by beating rivals Waterbach Colts Old Boys, 2-0.
Danny Flack struck first for Port at the leisure centre ground, with substitute Mark Yardy climbing off the bench to add a second in an important win for the hosts.
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Victory moved Port into second place in the league, some seven points behind leaders Lakenheath, albeit with a game in hand.
Elsewhere, Haddenham Rovers season took a turn for the worse as they were unable to raise a team for their trip to Lakenheath and slipped to bottom of the league.
NMC Division 2B
Mepal Sports slipped further into the mire with a 3-2 defeat at fellow strugglers Cottenham United Reserves.
Despite goals from Darren Murfitt and Chris Silvain, the visitors were undone by a 70th minute strike from Cottenham’s Joshua Eke, following a first-half brace from Jack Stone.
Defeat sees Mepal slip to 11th in the league, just five points clear of bottom side Brampton Reserves.
NMC Division 4B
Struggling Burwell Swifts Reserves pulled off a shock win over league leaders Wisbech St Mary B.
In only their second win of the season, Swifts put four past the Wisbech defence, with only Jason Chilton’s strike for the visitors blemishing an otherwise perfect performance from the hosts.
Arthur Peck and Reg Haigh Cup
Witchford 96 Reserves booked their place in the quarter-final of the cup with a narrow victor over Isleham United Reserves at the village college ground, on Saturday.
Mark Bowers and Eddie Bowles were both on target for the hosts as they got the better of their East Cambridgeshire rivals, 2-1.
Witchford will face either Saffron Crocus Reserves or Mott MacDonald in the quarter-final.