Gap down to four points
Football round-up POTTON United s lead at the top of the UCL Premier Division is under threat. The Royals are now ahead by just four points over Woodford and Northampton Spencer. Woodford have three games in hand and third placed Northampton Spencer have
POTTON United's lead at the top of the UCL Premier Division is under threat.
The Royals are now ahead by just four points over Woodford and Northampton Spencer.
Woodford have three games in hand and third placed Northampton Spencer have two games to spare.
Potton played out a goalless draw at Yaxley's Leading Drove on Saturday.
Ian Donnelly's side ironically travel to Northampton Spencer this Saturday.
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They are also in action on Tuesday night when they host St Ives in the semi-finals of the Hinchingbrooke Cup.
The two Biggleswade teams are meeting in the league at Second Meadow this Saturday (3pm ko).
Biggleswade United earned a point at title-chasing Hillingdon Borough on Saturday.
They were two behind after just 13 minutes against the FA Vase semi-finalists but staged a tremendous fightback.
United halved the deficit on 35 minutes when Mark Tyler's hard cross was handled and Robbie O'Dell scored from the penalty spot.
Teenage sub Steve Purton headed the equaliser five minutes from time.
This form did not continue as United went down 2-1 at home to Holmer Green on Tuesday night.
Biggleswade Town had won 5-3 at Holmer Green on Saturday.