ROUND-UP: Rock-solid Sports inch closer to the title, second-teamers shine for Netherton, Bretton North End need a point

Action from FC Peterborough Reserves' 4-4 draw with Premiair (blue). Photo: David Lowndes.
Action from FC Peterborough Reserves' 4-4 draw with Premiair (blue). Photo: David Lowndes.
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Peterborough Sports Reserves are inching their way to the Peterborough Premier Division title.

A 1-0 win over Deeping Rangers Reserves on Saturday (April 29) made it seven wins in a row and five clean sheets in a row for Andrew Bradley’s boys.

Action from FC Peterborough Reserves and Premiair in Division Four of the Peterborough League.

Action from FC Peterborough Reserves and Premiair in Division Four of the Peterborough League.

Sports go into the final four games with a four-point lead over Pinchbeck United who maintained their challenge with a 6-0 win over Leverington which featured a hat-trick for Tyler Wright.

Netherton United are three points further back after demolishing Uppingham 10-0 at the Grange. Reserve-team regulars Lewis Archer and Jorge Barbosa both bagged hat-tricks as did top scorer Tom Randall.

Uppingham are now likely to be relegated along with Crowland who can’t finish outside the bottom two after an 8-1 home hammering at the hands of Stamford Lions. Luke Ball continued his terrific run of form with four goals.

Langtoft United beat ICA Sports 2-1 thanks in part to a first goal in six matches for Scott Spearink, while Moulton Harrox edged Ketton in a seven-goal thriller.

A Premiair player on the stretch in a 4-4 draw against FC Peterborough Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

A Premiair player on the stretch in a 4-4 draw against FC Peterborough Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

Jack Dean scored twice as AFC Stanground Sports drew 3-3 at Wisbech Town Reserves. Kieran Hamilton scored all the Wisbech goals.

Ramsey moved back to the top of Division Two with a 7-0 thrashing of Leverington Reserves with Jamie Darlow and Aiden Stanford both scoring twice.

Bretton North End’s 8-2 win at Uppingham means they need a point from their final two matches to formally clinch the Division Three title. Jamie Graham hit a hat-trick on Saturday.

Division Four title winners Premiair were held to a 4-4 draw at FC Peterborough Reserves. Cory Rose scored twice for the champions.

RESULTS


CHROMASPORT & TROPHIES PETERBOROUGH LEAGUE

Premier Division

Moulton Harrox 4 (McGuire, Steadman, Townsend, Woods), Ketton 3

Crowland Town 1, Stamford Lions 8 (Ball 4, Lippett, O’Donnell, Kelly. Thomas).

Langtoft United 2 (Camilo, Spearink), ICA Sports 1 (Smith)

Netherton United 10 (Archer 3, Barbosa 3, Randall 3, Wood), Uppingham Town 0.

Peterborough Sports Res 1 (Holt), Deeping Rangers Res 0

Pinchbeck United 6 (Wright 3, Ramos, Bishop, Murrell), Leverington Sports 0

Wisbech Town Res 3 (Hamilton 3), AFC Stanground Sports 3 (Dean 2, Staggs).