COMBINATION FOOTBALL: Blisworth back on the goal trail and back on top

GOALMOUTH ACTION - action from the premier division clash between Brixworth against Weldon (Pictures: Kit Mallin)
GOALMOUTH ACTION - action from the premier division clash between Brixworth against Weldon (Pictures: Kit Mallin)

Blisworth recovered from the recent hiccup in results and climbed back to the top of the Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Premier Division table after a big 6-2 win against Ringstead.

Harpole and Moulton cancelled each other out and remain adrift of the top two.

Brixworth, v Weldon: '15/12/12

Brixworth, v Weldon: '15/12/12

Pegasus suffered a seventh straight defeat at the hands of Roade, while Heyford slumped to an eleventh straight defeat against Nomads.

Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Division One

John Tarry got the only goal of the game to keep leaders Earls Barton seven points clear of Corby Locos at the top of the table.

The Locos defeated Denton away to keep ahead of the chasing pack.

Brixworth, v Weldon:'15/12/12

Brixworth, v Weldon:'15/12/12

Kislingbury and Stanwick took full advantage of Medbourne’s defeat to climb a place each following respective wins over Burton and Gretton.

George Donnelly scored twice for Everards against 10-man Volta as the bottom side still search for a first win of the season.

Rothenberger Tools Division Two Cup

Scoring three goals and finishing on the losing side is becoming something of a pattern this season and so it proved again in the tie between Wilby and Clipston.

Brixworth, v Weldon: '15/12/12

Brixworth, v Weldon: '15/12/12

Simon Barby scored three for Clipston but Ben Wharton’s four goal haul put Wilby through in extra time.

Dave Burton was the Eagles hero meanwhile getting both goals in the win over Wollaston.

Rothenberger Tools Division Two

Chris Brockwell was another player to earn the dubious distinction of scoring three goals yet finishing on the losing side as Rising Sun lost out to Spratton 4-3.

Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Division Three

Exiles went goal crazy against cellar-dwellers Gleneagles Sam Foglia scored four, and there were braces for Sam Savage and Adam Russell in the ten goal romp.

Tom Martin scored the decisive goal to give FC Higham the bragging rights in the derby tie with Ferrers.

Walgrave bounced back from last week’s defeat to secure victory against Grange Park.

Duston Garage (Bosch Service) Division Four

Borough Alliance defeated their nearest challengers Corby Ravens to move to within 10 points of the Division Four crown in their maiden season.

The Corby derby between Hellenic Fisher and Corby United ended with eight goals being shared between the sides.

Darren Murray and Aiden Ennis netted three apiece. Corby Kingswood also scored four goals as they edged a seven goal game with Higham Town.

Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Premier Division

Blisworth’s second string equalled the first team’s score and moved to the summit of their respective division after defeating Corby Pegasus.

Aaron Crampton opened the scoring for Harpole against struggling Milton.

Moulton moved off the foot of the table after a narrow win over Nomads. Dan White scored twice in the 4-3 success.

Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Division One

Wins for Wootton and Corby Locos saw both sides climb one place each.

Wootton ran out 5-0 winners against Everards while Darren Harrison got two in Locos 3-1 win over Bugbrooke B.

Duston Garage (Great Wall Cars) Reserve Division Two

Darryl Clark and Josh Bradley scored two apiece as West Haddon romped to a 7-1 success over Hellenic, while Harborough extended their lead at the top with victory against Strip Mills.

Northants FA Lower Junior Cup

Kael Talbot’s streak of scoring important cup goals continued as he netted the first against SPA to put Wellingborough Old Grammarians into the quarter finals of the competition.

Northants FA Area Cup

Old Grammarians Reserves, Spratton Reserves and Stanwick Reserves all slumped to heavy defeats against external opposition.

Peterborough sides Wittering and Giants scored six and five respectively against Stanwick and Spratton, while Middleton Cheney A eliminated Old Grammarians.

Joe McLaughlin opened Stanion’s account in the win over last season’s finalists Earls Barton, while Redstar thumped Wollaston 6-0.