The Regional Review - Sat, March 11

7 months ago By Craig Gibbons

Rowsley 86 crowned Premier Division champions.

ROWSLEY 86 claimed their second Premier Division title in three years after beating Cromford 3-0.

William Fletcher bagged all three goals for the champions who are two games away from securing an invincible league campaign.

Allenton United moved a step closer to securing the runners-up spot as they beat Shirebrook Rangers 3-1 thanks to goals from Stephen Byrne, Steven O'Connell and substitute Paul Wilson.

Jordan Turek replied for Rangers.

Toby Howard's hat-trick went a long way to Wirksworth Town's 5-1 victory over Allestree.

Darren Smith and Simon Johnson also netted for Town.

Wirksworth Ivanhoe were also big winners as they secured a 5-2 home victory over AFC Kilburn.

Matt Dranfield (2), Mick Beech, Daniel Watson and an own-goal contributed to Ivanhoe's tally.

Billy Abbott and Sam Beadle were on target for Kilburn.

The other game in the Premier Division saw Derby Singh Brothers edge past Newhall United 2-1.

James Ward netted for United.

The title race for Division One continues to go to the wire as Castle Donington Cobras and Melbourne Dynamo both picked up victories.

League leaders Cobras ran out 4-0 winners against Little Eaton courtesy of Karl Munton's double and strikes from Matthew Greasley and Joshua Buchanan.

Meanwhile, Adam Ross bagged his 12th goal in four games as his brace helped Dynamo beat AFC Kilburn Reserves by a similar scoreline.

David Brough also netted twice.

Chesterfield Town were the biggest winners of the weekend as they put ten past Rowsley 86 Reserves without reply.

Daniel Clay and Jordan Parsons both scored hat-tricks while Cory Burton, Sam Labrum, Jack Wynn and substitute Callum Featherstone completed Town's scoring.

Elsewhere, Matlock United enjoyed a 3-0 victory over Moira United.

Steve Prime (2) and Jordan Evans bagged the goals.

In Division Two, second placed Melbourne Dynamo Reserves continued their hunt from promotion with a 3-2 victory over Wirksworth Ivanhoe Reserves.

Finley Charles, Oliver James and Jack Scothern were on target for Dynamo.

Third placed Willington Sports, who sit four points Dynamo and have two games in hand, are still in the hunt for going up as they thumped Matlock Town ADS 6-2.

Jonathan Hamilton and Lewis Wilson bagged doubles with Samuel Bartram and Sam Whitwell also on Sports' scoresheet.

In a seven-goal thriller at Bemrose School, Mayfield edged past Littleover Dazzler 4-3 thanks to strikes from Kristian Brightmore, Sam Howard, Joe Redfern and Callum Woolley.

Dimple suffered their 15th consecutive defeat when they lost 5-1 to Rolls-Royce Leisure while Punjab United secured a 4-2 victory at Little Eaton Reserves.


Where next?

The Regional Review - Sat, Mar 18 Shirebrook Rangers cruise to victory at struggling Trees.
The Regional Review - Sat, Feb 25 Castle Donington safely through to Challenge Cup semi-finals.

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