NORTHANTS COMBINATION: Chilton and Lewis double up to keep Blisworth top

Daventry Town celebrate one of their goals in the 4-0 NFA Junior Cup win over Moulton (Pictures: Dave Ikin)
Daventry Town celebrate one of their goals in the 4-0 NFA Junior Cup win over Moulton (Pictures: Dave Ikin)

Aaron Chilton and Dale Lewis both scored twice as James King Blisworth stayed top of the Duston Garage Premier Division with an emphatic 4-0 win at Earls Barton.

Heyford Athletic saw off Medbourne 3-2 thanks to strikes from Zach Pugh-Brooks, who scored twice, and James Owen, while third-placed Roade beat Corby S&L Khalsa 3-1. Efforts from Paul-Sorin Ciumacenco, Stuart Clarke, Nik Maund and Daniel Surridge and an own goal steered second-placed Harpole to a 5-2 win at Spratton.

In Duston Garage Division One, Jamie Ellis netted twice for leaders Wootton St George as they drew 2-2 with mid-table West Haddon Albion.

An own goal plus strikes from George Pyne and Adam Roberts were enough to see Bugbrooke A to a 3-1 win over Higham Town in Duston Garage Division Two, while Grange Park Rangers thrashed Kettering Park Rovers 7-3 thanks to goals from Steven Blackwood (3), Elliott Muddiman (2), Ryan Maskell and Max Payne.

In Duston Garage Division Three, Bugbrooke B lost 2-1 to Corby Kingswood Reserves despite a goal from George Gardiner, while Brixworth Alll Saints Reserves edged past Corby Ravens 5-4.

Irthlingborough Town lost 4-1 to Daventry Rangers, while leaders JLB were stunned as they lost 4-0 at home to Wollaston Victoria Reserves.

Second-placed Weedon took full advantage of that slip as they beat Earls Barton Reserves 4-1 thanks to two goals from Luke Harris and singles from Liam Fullard and Jareth Conway.

In Duston Garage Division Four, Northampton Falcons were beaten 6-3 by Corby United, while Harpole Reserves stay second thanks to a 3-0 win over Burton Band.

Ali Whitehead hit a hat-trick as Heyford Athletic Reserves thumped Wilby 7-3, with their other goals coming from Liam Playford (2), Jack Lee and Lee Moore.

In the NFA Junior Cup, Moulton were well beaten by UCL side Daventry Town, going down 4-0.