Poor run frustrates Gray

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Ketton 1 Peterborough Sports 3

KETTON’S run of poor results continued with a miserable home defeat on Saturday.

The home side were second best throughout and rightly found themselves two goals behind by half-time.

Unfortunately the second half followed a similar pattern and the visitors extended their lead before Simon Cranwell scored a late consolation for Ketton.

Ketton boss Andy Gray said: “We’ve had some bad fortune of late but on Saturday we got exactly what we deserved.

“That’s as bad as we’ve played for a very long time.

“The one positive we can take from the game was that Calum Betts came on to make his first team debut and did extremely well. He’s got a great future.”

Ketton: Jamie Scott, Alex Sismore, Martin Trawford, Martin Rogers, Scott Holland, Simon Cranwell, Alex Collyer, Matt Woodman, Jamie Hill, Andy Gray (Calum Betts), James Farrell.

Ryhall Utd 3 Hampton Sports 3

RYHALL came back from two goals down to snatch a point at home to title challengers Hampton Sports.

Ryhall got off to a disastrous start as Hampton raced into a 2-0 lead within the first 15 minutes but Callum Harris halved the deficit when he pounced on a mistake by the Hampton keeper.

Hampton regained their two goal cushion with a slick move but Jonny Hewings scored his first goal of the season to give Ryhall hope.

Ryhall defended superbly in the second half with Michael Webb in great form at the heart of the defence.

With 15 minutes to play Hugo Vieira broke free before being felled from behind in the area.

Top scorer Ricky Pozella was forced to take the penalty twice after the referee saw an encroachment the first time but Pozella made no mistake with the retake to earn Ryhall their fifth draw in six weeks.