A game of cards – 10 yel­lows and four reds

Ref­eree busy keep­ing or­der in Sun­day League clash

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT - By Gra­ham Barkus tms-sport@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

Bous­field drilled home the penalty to se­cure a 2-0 win which put his side top of the Premier Di­vi­sion.

Cur­rent premier cham­pi­ons Pi­o­neer are not hav­ing things all their own way in de­fence of their ti­tle, drop­ping home points to ri­vals Di­namo Che­quers after bat­tling out a six goal stale­mate. Andy Viney (2) and JP Jamil net­ted for Pi­o­neer, but Dan Fletcher (2) and Mud­dasir Shah en­sured par­ity.

El­do­rado and Misty Moon com­pleted the Premier pic­ture and saw the hosts earn a valu­able three points at Prest­wood, cour­tesy of a 4-1 suc­cess. Moon had Jamie Walker on tar­get again, but Stu­art Hawkes, Kieran Webb, Matt Bunt­ing plus an OG proved more than enough for the win.

Di­vi­sion One had four fix­tures sched­uled, but that was re­duced to three after the aban­don­ment of Old Bel­mont’s home match with SFG Stone.

Pi­o­neer Re­serves’ visit to Che­sham Ath­letic was an en­ter­tain­ing seven goal thriller, which they even­tu­ally edged thanks to goals from Whit­field, Arnold, Hill and Ford. Ath­letic, how­ever were al­ways in the hunt and scored via Matt Griggs, Nick Beaver and Jake Collins.

Ma­clay’s first league visit to Mag­pies 91 Re­serves had a happy end­ing as they en­joyed a 2-0 vic­tory. Goals from Dean Gavin and Joshua Roberts en­sured a third league win of a de­but CSL sea­son.

Also suc­cess­ful on their trav­els were Tring An­chor FC, as they came away from Chiltern Charg­ers with a 3-0 vic­tory and a wel­come boost to their first CSL cam­paign.

Goals from James Cot­ter­ill (2) and Stu­art Howe did the dam­age as they also look to chal­lenge for hon­ours in a pro­mo­tion race that looks likely to go all the way this time round.

FIX­TURES FOR SUN­DAY, NOVEM­BER 2 Premier Di­vi­sion:

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SPOT KICK: Craig Bous­field scores a penalty for Last Post on Sun­day

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