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Weekend football results (September 12)




Stamford AFC and Deeping Rangers earned FA Cup replays with a pair of draws on Saturday on a successful weekend for the area’s sides.

FA Cup first qualifying round

Leamington 1-1 Stamford AFC

Leek Town 2-2 Deeping Rangers

ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Division One

Oakham United 2-2 Irchester United

Blackstones 4-1 Woodford United

Wellingborough Whitworth 1-2 Bourne Town

UCL Reserve Division

Bourne Town Res 1-2 Thrapston Town Res

UCL U21s

Kettering Town U21 6-1 Stamford AFC U21

ChromaSport & Trophies Peterborough & District Football League Premier Division

Deeping Rangers Res 9-0 Ketton

Peterborough ICA Sports 0-3 Langtoft United

PDFL Division One

King’s Cliffe 2-0 Baston

Langtoft United Res 2-2 Moulton Harrox Res

Long Sutton Athletic 0-2 Stamford Lions

Oundle Town 9-0 Peterborough ICA Sports Res

Stamford Belvedere 1-2 Sutton Bridge United

Whittlesey Athletic Res 2-0 Wittering

PDFL Division Two

Glinton & Northborough 4-1 Parkway Eagles

Ketton Res 1-0 Crowland Town Res

PDFL Division Three

Bretton North End 3-2 Baston Reserves

Eye United 7-1 Oundle Town Res

Stamford Lions Res 4-2 Whittlesey Athletic ‘B’

Uppingham Town Res 0-7 Tydd St Mary

PDFL Division Four

Rutland DR 2-4 Brotherhood Sports

Sutton Bridge United Res 0-1 Stamford Belvedere Res

PDFL Division Five

Stamford Lions ‘A’ 14-0 Parkway Eagles ‘A’

Wittering Res 2-3 KRC Deeping

Leicestershire Senior & Leicestershire Combination Leagues

Everards Premier Division

Cottesmore Amateurs 1-1 Kirby Muxloe Res

City Goldsmith Division One

Caterpillar Res P-P Cottesmore Amateurs Res

Sunday

S-Tech Women’s Championship North

Stamford Ladies 14-0 Tydd St Mary Ladies



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