10-man shock loss to Peterborough Sports, Stamford wins a key game, Yaxley wins a big thriller, heavy losses in the United Counties Premier Division but Blackstones boss starts with a win, Whittlesey warms up in style for the FA Vase date and Peterborough North End comes back to claim a rare away win – archyde

Dion Sembie-Ferris in action for Peterborough Sports (blue) against Redditch. Photo: James Richardson.

The city team played poorly and was damaged by a red card for star striker Dion Sembie-Ferris, who received a second warning in the first minute of the second half.

Neither team seemed to score until Redditch striker Romario Martin nicely invited home eight minutes from time.

It wasn’t all bad news for runner-up Sports as third-placed Banbury suffered a shocking first loss of the season, 2-1 at St. Ives. Coalville, 4-1 home winners over Nuneaton, are now four points ahead of the top.

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Peterborough Sports Manager Jimmy Dean (seated) and his management team during the game against Redditch. Photo: James Richardson.

It was the first Saturday home game for sports since September 11th and drew 302 spectators.

It was a great day for Stamford AFC as they moved into the play-offs of the Northern Premier League Midlands Division with a 3-1 win over rivals Carlton. The Daniels outdid their victims thanks to goals from Harry Vince, Connor Bartle and Tendai Chitiza.

Spalding United did their local rivals a huge favor by drawing 2-2 at fourth-placed Chasetown thanks to an equalizer from Ryan Flitton in the 90th minute. Scott Floyd had previously given the Tulips the lead.

Yaxley won a thriller at the bottom of the table when they came from behind twice, defeating Sutton Clodfield 4-3 at In2itive Park. Dan Cotton’s penalty in the 63rd minute proved to be decisive. Tom Waumsley, Matt Sparrow and Bradley Gothard also scored for the cuckoos.

Josh Moreman in action for Peterborough Sports against Redditch. Photo: James Richardson.

Wisbech are still in relegation problems after a predictable 5-1 loss to leaders Ilkeston. Dylan Edgle claimed the Wisbech consolation for himself.

There were heavy losses in the United Counties Premier Division to Holbeach United, Deeping Rangers and Pinchbeck United with a combined result of 16-0, but Blackstones and Bourne celebrated single goals in Division One via Wwst Bridgeford and Ingles respectively. It was the first game Stones directed for new manager Lloyd Burton.

Whittlesey Ahletic continues to fly the flag in the first division of the Thurlow Nunn League. They beat bottom of the table Wisbech St Mary 5-0 at Feldale Field and advanced to third place ahead of a major third-round match between FA Vase at home against Newport Pagnell on Saturday (December 11th).

Peterborough North End came with one goal loss to the rare away win, 3-1 at Framlingham, after the hosts had been reduced to 10 men. Harry Grigas, Nathan Smith and Bogdan Masnita scored the North End goals.

Premier-Division Mitte: Peterborough Sports 0, Redditch 1.

Mittelland department: Carlton 1, Stamford 3 (Bartle, Chitiza, Vince); Chasetown 2, Spalding 2 (Flitton, Floyd); Ilkeston 5, Wisbech 1 (Rand); Yaxley 4 (Baumwolle, Sparrow, Gothard, Waumsley) Sutton Coldfield 3.

First North Division: Holbeach 0, Newark 6, Melton 4, Deeping Rangers 0; Pinchbeck Utd 0, Anstey Nomads 5.

Department one: Blackstones 2, West Bridgeford 1; Englisch 0, Bourne 1.

Premier-Division: Kirkby & Pakefield 1, March City 1 (friend).

Division Eins Nord: Pfarrer Fuhr 0, Harleston 2; Framlingham 1, Peterborough North End 3 (Smith, Masnita, Grigas); Whittlesey Athletic 5, Wisbech SM 0.

Reference-www.nach-welt.com

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