Ickwell won third place on Saturday in a limited Premier Division backed by the Sportsform program.

Marko Tobdzic and Conor Green were in the home game in a 2-1 win against Kempston Town and Bedford College, with Tom Vandenberg answering from the penalty spot.

Ickwell v Kempston Town & Bedford College. Picture: David Kay

Ickwell v Kempston Town & Bedford College. Picture: David Kay

Fifth place went to AFC Oakley M & DH after beating Caldecote 5-0 at home. Elijah Hukin and Matt Barnes scored two goals and started alongside a single Ali Smith goal.

Marston Shelton Rovers awaits the first home win of the season after beating Stevington 3-2. Joe Hollyoak, Aaron Hewitt and Billy Roberts scored for the guests against Rovers replies over Charlie Standish and Nick Skolsky.

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The day's result went to Riseley Sports with a 2-0 home win over South Midlands League's 61st FC Luton thanks to goals from Jake Hislop and Alex Taylor. Wilstead caused a small shock in Flitwick Town's 3-0 win – Paul Jones, Ryan Davenport and Sam Evans – who set the targets for the damage.

For Crawley Green Reserves it was a 5-4 home win over penalties against Wootton Blue Cross. After 90 minutes, the club looked at 1-1, Timmy Akerele scored for Green and Ross Scott for the Blue Cross.

Queens Park Crescents is present at the three clubs in their last eight draws after saying goodbye because Sharnbrook was unable to win a team to meet at Allen Park.

Unfortunately, for the current Premier Division, which was backed by Sportsform Leader Shefford Town & Campton, they lost 1-0 at home to South Midlands League club Ampthill Town.

Division One is supported by O'Neills

Bedford Albion have a two-point lead over Division One, aided by O'Neills following a 4-1 win at the bottom of the table, AFC Kempston Town and Bedford College Reserves. Adam Lewis with a brace and individual goals by Michal Michalski and Sam Maddix were once answered by Town Stils Nikola Stanchev.

Wixams, who continue the pursuit and are still second, scored four goals with a 1-0 win over Wilstead Reserves thanks to a strike by Phil Meredith.

In third place are Shefford Town & Campton Reserves, who maintained their unbeaten record with a 2-2 draw at Totternhoe Reserves. Telmo Jesus and Jordan Greenwood scored goals against homebodies from Tom Howson and Archie Taylor.

Fourth place behind Cranfield United Reserves was just behind the gates, claiming their undefeated away record with a 3-0 win at Biggleswade FC Reserves. Lamar Smithson with a prop and a single strike from Luke Gray caused the damage.

Fifth Place Henlow remains 100% home after beating Lea Sports PSG 3-1. The visitors took the lead with a Joe Hennem penalty before an own goal and strikes by James Campbell and Chris Reeves won the day for Henlow.

In the top six are the 61 FC Luton Reserves, who fought Sandy 5-2 home winners. George Onwusonye, ​​Farrell Whitman, Pearce Tracey, Ajmal Parkar and Reg Inogiti had all found the net, in response to Jonnie Stratford.

Christian in Sport (Luton) used his undefeated sequence in five games as he shared the balls of a 1-1 draw with Flitwick Town Reserves. Adam Oliver was on the CIS table and Mark Bartlett for the Town, who scored their first away spot of the season.

Division two supported by Hy-Pro

At the top of Division 2, which is supported by Hy-Pro, there are no changes after the two best clubs have won. Leader Meltis Albion has a two-point lead following a 4-0 win at the bottom of the Unite MK Reserves table. Aaran Wright was inducted into the Albion table by Sean Canavan and Asa Garlick's penalty.

Kempston Athletic won the second place 4-0 at M & DH Clapham Sports to be 100% this season. Tom Hughes, Daniel Mattin, Luke Mongiovi and Josh St. Clair Pierre all found the back of the net.

Now in third place is Houghton Athletic, who was awarded three points when Caldecote Reserves failed to win a team to meet them. Athletic took third place from Elstow Abbey, whose game at FC Kokan was abandoned just four minutes from time due to the home side's alleged behavior. The Abbey, with goals from Tony Milloti and Glen Tumulty, then led 2-0.

Clifton ranked fifth after beating Luton Leagrave AFC 3-2, Dale Houghton and Jim Taylor twice at home to Tjay Briggs.

Sixth place Atletico Europa were defeated 3-0 by Black Swan (Luton), who now remain seventh. Danny McGovern's double goal and a single strike brought the Swan to the third victory of the rebound.

The biggest win of the day went to Sporting Lewsey Park, who won his third home win against AFC Oakley M & DH Reserves 11-2. Luke Lincoln moved up five goals, with Chris Gibson and Mark Raffermati both pulling braces and connecting in the park table with individual goals from Lee Mooney and Adrian Fontenelle against M & DH replies over Luke Gumble and Ben Gumble.

Elsewhere, St. Joseph (Saturday) beat Sundon Park Rovers 4-2. Tom O & # 39; Mara, Jack Thompson, Matthew Terry and Kenan Dogruer all scored goals for St. Joseph, Matthew Ania and Ryan Gowans for Rovers.

For Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves, it was the first away point of the season as the points were shared in the 2-2 draw at CS Rovers. Jordan Lee and Michael Bhatti stood at the home screen against Rovers answers about Lorenzo Jordan and Carl Borromeo.

Division Three supported by Hy-Pro

The Pines (Luton) remain six points ahead after beating Wixams Wanderers 13-1 home win at Division Three with support from Hy-Pro. Ryan Smith scored five goals and Garry Duncan four times against Nathan Miller and James McGuinness against a single response by Wanderers over Michael France.

While Shefford Town & Campton A won in sixth place for the sixth time with a 6-2 win at Dinamo Flitwick. Bradley Vought scored twice in the Town table with goals scored by Kyle Cook, Jacob Jevon, Josh Holland and Colin Standley against home replies over Josh Pearson and Lewis Yates.

For the third place of Real Haynes it was a 7-1 victory at the Harlington Juniors. Tyler Winter took the lead with a hat-trick, Ben Worbey scoring a double and single strikes from Josh Brown and Bill Flack against a single home reply from Lui Tomlinson.

Fourth place in the FC Polonia was held by Bedford Albion Reserves to a 2-2 draw. Marcin Gorczyca and Przemek Gorczyca in the home score against Albion answers via Craig Ford and Jan Bucur.

In sixth position is Wootton Village, who beat Lidlington United Sports 1-1 at home to Lidlington United Sports' unbeaten games at home. Aqeeb Hanif stood on the Village table and Carl Pearson scored a United equalizer.

While Sandy Reserves is still waiting for her first win of the season after her 4-0 home win over Thurleigh. Sam Hammond with a double and goals from Issac Jones and Dan Curran, who have done the damage.

After losing the last six games, Stevington Reserves returned with a 7-0 home win against bottom table Real Haynes Reserves. Jamie Daniels scored five goals, with Regan Scott and Kieran McEvoy scoring goals as well. Flitwick Town A won for the first time in four games, winning a 3-1 home win over Square FC. Jack Farthing, Martin Byrne and Max Lewis scored the Town scorers against a single response from Tamis Kamara.


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