Saturday Junior Football
DIVISION 4B BURWELL Swifts remain favourites for the title after an own goal earned them a 3-2 victory at Exning Athletic. Lol Maskell s free-kick and Nathan Hull s low drive had been cancelled out by the hosts prior to Burwell s fortuitous winner. DIVISI
BURWELL Swifts remain favourites for the title after an own goal earned them a 3-2 victory at Exning Athletic.
Lol Maskell's free-kick and Nathan Hull's low drive had been cancelled out by the hosts prior to Burwell's fortuitous winner.
BURWELL Swifts Reserves leap-frogged over Supercue by beating them 3-0 on Saturday.
Man-of-the-match Marcus Carrod opened the scoring after an attempt from Jacob Adams was blocked, and Adams scored with a side-foot volley to make it 2-0.
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Tom Thatcher then nodded in John Irvine's cross at the far post to wrap up the points.
Little Downham Swifts Reserves trailed 2-0 at March Rangers Reserves, but went on to win after Rob Golding's goal reduced the arrears before half-time.
A fine individual goal from Steve Evans levelled the scores, and Nicky Martin converted a penalty he had won himself for the 3-2 winner.
Goalkeeper Dave Lowe, skipper Steve Martin and Golding were the pick of Downham's players on the day.