COMBINATION FOOTBALL: Redmond and Ansell hit trebles as Moulton hammer Stanion

SEVEN UP - action from Moulton's 7-0 premier division win over Stanion (Pictures: Dave Ikin)

SEVEN UP - action from Moulton's 7-0 premier division win over Stanion (Pictures: Dave Ikin)

Moulton inflicted Stanion’s heaviest premier division defeat of the season with both Adey Redmond and Ryan Ansell scoring hat-tricks in the 7-0 rout.

Dan Surridge scored twice to dent Blisworth’s title ambitions further as Harpole ran out 3-2 winners.

Brixworth All Saints lost 4-3 to Corby Pegasus, while Heyford were buried 5-1 by Corby Khalsa.

Milton had a better day as they won 6-3 at Ringstead Rangers.

In the Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Division One Cup, Kislingbury won their quarter final with Corby Locos 2-1 to set up a tie with table-toppers Earls Barton.

In division one Wootton smashed Ise Lodge 7-0 with Jamie Ellis scoring four times.

In Rothenberger Tools Division Two, Spratton drew 2-2 with Rising Sun, while in Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Division Three Drayton Grange reclaimed top spot thanks to Darren Taylor who got the only goal against Ferrers.

Ady Spruel’s double saved a point for Weedon against Titchmarsh as they drew 3-3, while SPA were 3-2 winners over West Haddon.

On target for SPA were Jordan McGill and Danny Reboul as well as an own goal, with Shane Kingham and Meiya replying.

In Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Premier Division Cup Gary Purton had a day to remember as he scored a hat-trick for Harpole who cruised to a 3-1 victory over rivals Blisworth.

In the reserve premier division, Spencer took full advantage of the top two not playing to close at the top.

Jordan Richards and Zak Williams scored in the 2-1 win over Weldon.

Craig Pugh and Lewis Curtis both scored twice as Roade thumped Pegasus 7-1, while ON Chenecks also enjoyed a high scoring 6-1 win over Nomads.

Aaron Blundell got both Moulton goals in his side’s victory against Milton.

In Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Division One, wins for each of the top three mean that no team looks likely to emerge as favourite at this stage.

By virtue of games in hand Stanion have a slight edge over the chasing sides and thanks to a Luke MacAuley treble top spot was secured for a further week.

Wootton’s Josh Dawson scored three of his own to seal victory over Welford.

Dayne Wood and Jordan Hogben netted twice each as Earls Barton eased to the win over Bugbrooke B. Kislingbury won the derby tie with Heyford.

In the Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Division Two, there was an amazing scoreline as Corby Hellenic Fisher were hammered 20-0 defeat by Corby Redstar Reserves.

David MacIntyre stood tallest with five, alongside hat-tricks for Mikey Allan, Liam Clelland, Rob Bradshaw and Lee McEwan.

Francis Nelson, Conner Grant and Dean King also found the target.

Harborough, Wilby and Wollaston all recorded victories in what has become a three horse race for the title.

The Leicestershire side have played far more games than the chasers however, so occupying top spot may yet become a memory. West Haddon made the long trip to Stanwick and came home with all three points.




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