The Bedfordshire Football League round-up
Campton maintained their lead at the head of the Beds Premier Division, supported by Sportsform, league table. First-half goals from Gary Gibson and Andrew Hayday were enough to take them to a 2-1 win at Blunham. And for Henlow it was a return to winning
Campton maintained their lead at the head of the Beds Premier Division, supported by Sportsform, league table.
First-half goals from Gary Gibson and Andrew Hayday were enough to take them to a 2-1 win at Blunham.
And for Henlow it was a return to winning ways with a 4-0 win at bottom of the table Bedford Sports Athletic, with two goals for Ross Pateman and single strikes from Greg Hall and James Tizard.
In Division One, it is a slide down the table for Campton Res, beaten at home by AFC Kempston Town Res 2-0.
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It was also a bleak afternoon in Division Two for both Clifton and Meppershall Jurassic.
Clifton were beaten 5-4 at home by Potton Wanderers despite the help of a own goal and strikes from Greg King, Mark Gearing and Barry Hallybone.
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Meppershall Jurassic were thrashed 11-0 on home soil by Great Barford.
In Division Three, Three Tuns Galacticos are now in third spot after a 2-0 win at Sandy A, with second-half goals from Ryan Dodson and Moni Nsiaswete.
But Meppershall AFC, after leading 3-0 at half-time with goals from George Robbins, Jason Rawlinson and Sam Larsen, had to settle for a share of the spoils from a 3-3 draw at Caldecote A.