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Weekend football results (December 5)




Stamford AFC picked up a much needed win in the Evo-Stik NPL on Saturday as Deeping Rangers and Oakham United proved once again they will be challenging at the top of their perspective leagues.

Evo-Stik NPL

Mickleover Sports 0-1 Stamford AFC

UCL Premier Division

Deeping Rangers 1-0 Newport Pagnell Town

UCL Division One

Blackstones 0-3 Lutterworth Athletic

Bourne Town 2-2 Thrapston Town

Oakham United 3-1 Rushden and Higham United

UCL Reserve Division

Thrapston Town Res 1-2 Bourne Town Res

PDFL Premier Division

Crowland Town 1-6 Uppingham Town

Ketton 3-0 Deeping Rangers Reserves

Sawtry 0-2 Langtoft United

PDFL Division One

Baston 2-1 Whittlesey Athletic Res

King’s Cliffe P-P Sutton Bridge United

Langtoft United Res P-P Long Sutton Athletic

Moulton Harrox Res 3-1 Wittering

Stamford Belvedere 0-7 Wisbech Town Res

PFA Challenge Cup

Leverington Sports Res 0-3 Oundle Town

Spalding Town 2-1 Oakham United Res

Leics FA Saturday Trophy

Birstall Oly Boys P-P Ketton Reserves

Northants FA Lower Junior

Northampton Liberty Stars 2-0 Glinton & Northborough

PDFL Division Three

Eye United 3-1 Baston Res

Oundle Town Res 1-0 Farcet United

Uppingham Town Res 2-4 Stilton United Res

PDFL Division Four

Tydd St Mary Res 3-2 Stamford Belvedere Res

PFA Junior Cup

Rutland DR 1-5 Warboys Town

PDFL Division Five

KRC Deeping 3-12 Limetree UTR

Stamford Lions ‘A’ 3-1 Holbeach United ‘A’

Wittering Res 2-7 Whittlesey Athletic ‘C’

Leicestershire Senior League

Everards Premier Division

Cottesmore Amateurs 3-0 Allexton & New Parks

Sunday

Cambridgeshire Womens & Girls County Football League

T-Tech Women’s Championship

Stamford Ladies 11-0 Tydd St Mary Ladies



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