COMBINATION FOOTBALL: Roade sink Clipston to stay in the frame

GOING FOR GOAL - action from Wootton St George against Wollaston Victoria (Pictures: Dave Ikin)
GOING FOR GOAL - action from Wootton St George against Wollaston Victoria (Pictures: Dave Ikin)
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Roade stayed third in the Duston Garage Premier Division after a 4-1 victory over Clipston.

Roade won it thanks to goals from Daniel Lumb, Jordan Millman-Grant, Daniel Porter and Denham Salmon.

Daventry Drayton Grange were edged out 2-1 by Kettering Nomads, while James King Blisworth won a nine-goal thriller against Harpole 5-4.

Ross Arundell, Ashley Magee, Andy Seaton and two from Mark Faulkner sealed the points for JK, with Dean Mills, Andrew Passmore and Harrison Winters replying.

Milton were thrumped 5-1 by Corby S&L Khalsa but Heyford enjoyed a 7-1 romp against struggling Ringstead Rangers

Matthew Fowkes led the way for Heyford with four goals, and there were singles for Chris Meadway, Kasy Morgan and Zach Pugh-Brooks .

Moulton drew 3-3 with Stanion United, while a Kevin Byrne goal ensured Brixworth All Saints lost 1-0 to Weldon.

In Duston Garage Division One, Spratton couldn’t make home advantage count as they lost 2-1 to Rising Sun, while Weedon were buried 6-0 by Corby Pegasus. Darren McGee was on target for Wootton St George, but his side lost 2-1 to Wollaston Victoria.

Bugbrooke A slumped to a 4-2 defeat to Higham A in Duston Garage Division Two, with Moulton Reserves pipping West Haddon 1-0.

Northampton Spartak squeezed past Corby Locomotives 5-3 while there was no separating Roade Reserves and Kettering Park Rovers as they drew 5-5.

Kislingbury lost 1-0 to Wellingborough Aztecs.

Woodford Wolves recorded their first win with a victory over James King Blisworth Reserves by a 4-3 scoreline. On the mark for Blisworth were Sam Anderson, Dan Clarke and Todd Jenner.

AFC Houghton Magna enjoyed an emphatic 5-0 Duston Garage Division Three win at Corby Ravens. Tom Burston and Daniel Thomason both scored twice, and there was one for Charles Timms.

Grange Park had a good day as they won 2-1 at Irthlingborough Town, while JLB FC hit the goal trail as they smashed Stanwic Rovers 9-0. Wesley Prickett led the way with five, there was two fro Colin Mowbray and one apiece for Aaron Goodman and Muyiwa Oseni.

MNCE/MNT1-12-09-15-Combination football - Wootton St George v Wollaston NNL-151209-202410009

MNCE/MNT1-12-09-15-Combination football - Wootton St George v Wollaston NNL-151209-202410009

Leaders Mereway were easy 5-0 winners over Wollaston Victoria Reserves with Marcus Dowman bagging a hat-trick. The other games came from James Brown and Callum Ward.

In Duston Garage Division Four, Drayton Grange Reserves enjoyed a 4-2 win at AFC Shamrock Reserves, while Bugbrooke B drew 1-1 with Gretton Reserves.

Earls Barton United Reserves were made to work for their 4-1 win over Desborough & Rothwell Reserves

Heyford Reserves lost 2-0 to Corby Domino in Duston Garage Division Five, but West Haddon Albion Reserves were 2-1 winners at Corby United thanks to strikes from Peter Gordon and Peter Williams.

Daventry Rangers scored their first win, seeing off Higham Town Reserves 4-1, with doubles for Thomas Davies and William Reeve.

FC Fotogold saw off Finedon Falcons Reserves 1-0, while Wootton Rhinos pipped Irthlingborough Town Reserves 5-4 with Dan Renshaw (2), Phil O’Brien, Jonathan West and Taylor Wilson on the mark. Wilby Reserves beat Spratton Reserves 4-3 thanks to Martyn Lambeth (3) and Matt Haynes.