Wilson double eases LTFC into last four
SUNDAY FOOTBALL CUP MATCHES LTFC 1906 are through to the last four after a niggly 4-1 win at Meldreth United. Luke Butcher made the interval score 2-0 with a cracking effort after 16-year-old Sean Monigatti had opened the scoring with a header, and Chris
LTFC 1906 are through to the last four after a niggly 4-1 win at Meldreth United.
Luke Butcher made the interval score 2-0 with a cracking effort after 16-year-old Sean Monigatti had opened the scoring with a header, and Chris Wilson twice finished coolly before the hosts produced a late consolation goal.
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Wilburton Albion preserved their 100 per cent league record in Division 4A as they came from two goals down to beat Studlands Park.
Wilburton missed early chances and found themselves a goal down following Wayne Fleet's handling error, and a breakaway goal made it 2-0 soon afterwards.
Albion responded in the second half when a Will Ludbrooke corner somehow evaded everyone on its way into the net, and Lawrence Maltby - on for first-half injury victim Mel Pryer - levelled the scores at 2-2.
'Paddy' Freeland put the visitors in front for the first time soon afterwards, but a defensive lapse let in Studlands for the equaliser.
Ludbrooke restored Wilburton's advantage from a Jamie Palmer cross however, and Freeland scored twice to complete his hat-trick and make the final score 6-3.
In Division 3A Little Downham United crashed 4-0 at home to Newmarket Albion Reserves, but the same scoreline saw Village Inn consolidate their position at the top of the table.
It wasn't a great performance at Kitsonians, but goals from Mark Heading (2), Michael Ward and last week's hat-trick hero Jonathan Chase were more than enough.
Ely Park Rangers returned to winning ways in Division 1A, staving off the second half challenge of University Chemical Labs to win 4-2.
Chris Lupson and Jamie Gayfer (2) made it 3-0 at half-time, and David Cornwell made the points safe with a fourth goal after the break.