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FOOTBALL: Weekend results (March 4)




Action from Stamford AFC v Market Drayton Town. Photo: Geoff Atton
Action from Stamford AFC v Market Drayton Town. Photo: Geoff Atton

Stamford AFC recorded back-to-back wins in the Evo-Stik NPL First Division South for the first time since October, on Saturday on a day which saw several games postponed because of wet pitches.

Saturday

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League

First Division South

Stamford AFC 4-2 Romulus

ChromaSport United Counties League

UCL Premier Division

Deeping Rangers 0-2 Newport Pagnell Town

UCL Division One

Blackstones 0-6 Bugbrooke St Michaels

Raunds Town P-P Bourne Town

UCL Reserve Division

Bourne Town Reserves P-P Olney Town Reserves

ChromaSport Peterborough & District Football League

PDFL Premier Division

AFC Stanground Sports 0-7 Deeping Rangers Res

Peterborough Sports Res 5-1 Ketton

Sawtry P-P Langtoft United

Stamford Lions 1-0 Uppingham Town

PDFL Division One

Baston 3-3 Riverside

Long Sutton Athletic 3-1 Glinton & Northborough

Stamford Belvedere 1-3 Whittlesey Athletic Res

Warboys Town 5-3 Kings Cliffe

Wittering Harriers 5-0 Netherton United Res

PFA Challenge Cup

Moulton Harrox Res 4-0 Oakham United Res

PDFL Division Two

Langtoft United Res 4-1 Parkway Eagles

Netherton United ‘A’ 6-5 Stamford Lions Res

Ramsey Town 9-0 Ketton Res

PDFL Division Three

AFC Stanground Sports ‘A’ P-P Rutland DR

Oundle Town Res P-P Sawtry Res

Uppingham Town Res 1-0 Thorpe Wood Rangers

PDFL Division Four

Huntingdon Rovers 2-1 Stamford Lions ‘A’

Whittlesey Athletic C v Wittering Harriers Res

PDFL Division B

Riverside Res P-P Kings Cliffe Res

Leicestershire Senior League

Everards Premier Division

Cottesmore Amateurs 1-2 Barlestone St Giles



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