Weekend football results

PUBLISHED: 10:40 30 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:32 06 May 2010

Stevenage Borough s Nationwide Conference Play-Off hopes suffered a setback with a 2-0 defeat at struggling Tamworth. After going in level at half-time Boro were hit by two second half goals. Three first half goals earned Hitchin Town the points at Sout

Stevenage Borough's Nationwide Conference Play-Off hopes suffered a setback with a 2-0 defeat at struggling Tamworth. After going in level at half-time Boro were hit by two second half goals.

Three first half goals earned Hitchin Town the points at Southern League Premier Division basement club Aylesbury United. Daniel French, on-;oan midfielder David Hicks and Josh Sozzo put the Canaries in control before Aylesbury pulled a goal back after the break.

In Division One East Ben Hammond gave Arlesey Town the lead in their home match with Sittingbourne but eventually went down 3-1.

In the Minerva Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division goals from Dean Bull and Steve Purton gave Biggleswade United a two goal half-time lead at Broxbourne Borough and Robbie Odell wrapped up a 3-1 win after the home side had pulled a goal back.

Biggleswade Town eased their relegation worries with a 2-1 win over fellow strugglers Ruislip Manor, Warren Grieve and Danny Lane scoring. The victory takes them above Langford who were beaten 4-1 at home by Holmer Green.

In the Eagle Bitter United Counties League, Premier Division leaders Potton United twice came from behind to beat Stewards & Lloyds 4-2 with goals from Andy Carter, Glen Crook, Wes Byrne and Brett Donnelly.

Stotfold staged a second half rally at Blackstones but goals from Dean McElroy and Paul Harrington couldn't prevent a 3-2 loss.

1/30/06


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