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Weekend football results (March 7)

Oakham United and Bourne Town both won at the weekend to improve their standing in their respective leagues while Stamford dropped further towards relegation trouble.


PDFL Veterans - 7.45 pm ko

Rutland Vets 3-3 Peterborough ICA Sports Vets


Evo-Stik NPL

Stamford 0-1 Marine

ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties Football League

Premier Division

Deeping Rangers 2-0 Huntingdon Town

UCL Division One

Blackstones 0-2 Thrapston Town

Bourne Town 4-2 Burton Park Wanderers

UCL Reserve Division

Irchester United Res 0-0 Bourne Town Res

ChromaSport & Trophies Peterborough & District Football League

Premier Division

Coates Athletic 1-1 Netherton United

Peterborough ICA Sports 1-0 Uppingham Town

Sawtry 0-5 Oakham United

Thorney 1-0 Langtoft United

PDFL Division One

Baston 3-0 Netherton United Res

Ketton 4-1 Oundle Town

King’s Cliffe 1-3 Ryhall United

Langtoft United Res 3-2 Wisbech Town Res

PDFL Division Two

Oakham United Res 8-0 Thorney Res

Parkside 1-3 Wittering

Spalding United Res 3-2 Ketton Res

Leverington Sports Res 1-3 Stamford Belvedere

PDFL Division Three

King’s Cliffe Res 1-3 Farcet United

Glinton & Northboro 0-1 Peterborough PL United

Spalding Town 2-0 Baston Res

Uppingham Town Res 1-4 Riverside Res

PDFL Division Four

Stamford Belvedere Res 1-3 Eye United

PDFL Division Five

Coates Athletic ‘C’ 1-1 Ryhall United A

PFA Minor Cup

Rutland DR 3-1 Oundle Town Res

Leicestershire Senior League

Everards Premier Division

Cottesmore Amateurs 2-1 Earl Shilton Albion

City Goldsmith Div 1

Desford Res 3-1 Cottesmore Amateurs Res


S-Tech Women’s League

Women’s Championship North

Stamford Ladies 5-0 Downham Town Ladies

Wisbech St Marys Ladies 0-1 Bourne Ladies


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