Local football round up

PUBLISHED: 08:23 28 October 2013 | UPDATED: 08:45 28 October 2013

Local football round up

Saffron Rangers Res 4 Sawston Rovers Res 4

Saffron Rangers produced a great fight-back as they earned a point against Sawston.

The visitors raced into a two-goal lead and, although Dan Foster pulled one back, looked in a comfortable position at 4-1 up 10 minutes into the second half.

Phil Beighton led the Ranges recovery with two well taken goals before Leke Ojumu unleashed a rocket of a volley in to the top corner to bring the sides level.

Finchingfield 0 Saffron Dynamos 5

Saffron Dynamos recorded their fifth consecutive league victory on Saturday, moving in to second place – their highest ever position.

Charlie Brockewell got the ball rolling with two strikes inside 25 minutes.

After the break, further goals from Matt Comstive, Daniel Rouse and Daniel Rowlandson completed the rout.

Dynamos travel to league leaders Kedington on Saturday, 2pm.

Manuden United 2 Abacus Athletic 5

Charlie Norris hit four goals as Abacus continued their impressive form at promotion favorites Manuden.

The Abacus strike partnership of Norris and Steve Leys came to fruition with the pair scoring three between them within the first 15 minutes.

The hosts pulled a couple back before Norris completed his hat-trick from penalty spot. His fifth, after a neat lay-off from Leys, rounded off the victory.

U18

Mildenhall Town 1 Saffron Walden Town 2

Saffron Walden recovered from an early set-back to beat Mildenhall.

The hosts took a 15th minute lead but second half goals from Ben Weedon and Theo Hutchinson to earn the team a deserved victory.

U11

Manuden 5-1 Bassingbourn

Manuden produced their first victory of the season. Goals came from Archie Mullings, George Hewitt, Will Davies, Ben and Sam Sloan.

U13

Spartak 2 Shephall United 1

Spartak secured a home win against Shepall.

Hudson Rees-Jones opened the scoring and James Hall added the second. The visitors pulled a goal back but Spartak held on for the win.

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