Sunday, November 14, 2010

Football: Saturday round-up

Stowmarket Town missed out on the chance to go top of the Ridgeons League First Division yesterday, despite taking a 2-0 half-time lead at Thetford Town.
Knowing leaders Cambridge University Press' match at home to Cornard had been postponed, a win for Stow would have put them top of the pile.
But first-half goals from Wayne Proctor and Marc Wake were only enough for a 2-2 draw.
Geo Da Silva gave Town Reserves a 1-0 lead at Leiston in Reserve North Division but the hosts hit back to win 4-1. The club's report is here.
In the Kingsley Healthcare Senior Division, Haughley United went down 3-1 at Felixstowe United,  where Gareth Ward struck a late consolation goal. Read the Felixstowe Green 'Un report here.
Old Newton United's match at Capel Plough was postponed.
Salvation Army drew 1-1 at Elmswell in Division Two with Jon Doughty grabbing a late equalsier after he had conceded a penalty for the hosts' opener. The club report is here.
There was no Omnico Cup joy for Stowupland Falcons, who crashed to a 4-1 defeat at fellow Division One side St Johns.
Goalmouth action from Cedars Park's Omnico
Cup win over Walsham-le-Willows A.
Cedars Park left it late to pull off a cup upset against Division Two side Walsham-le-Willows A. A 90th-minute goal from Andrew Batley forced extra-time when a brace from Danny Moore earned progress for the Division Five high-fliers.

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