Football: Tuesday round-up and results

Deeping on the attack during the 2-0 defeat to Yaxley. Photo: Tim Wilson
Deeping on the attack during the 2-0 defeat to Yaxley. Photo: Tim Wilson
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Holbeach United bounced back in style from their FA Vase exit by smashing seven goals away from home.

The Tigers resumed their title bid in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League’s Premier Division with one of their games in hand over leaders AFC Rushden & Diamonds.

Craig Parker put them ahead at Harrowby United after 16 minutes, Jake Duffy doubled the advantage 10 minutes later and Parker’s second made it 3-0 on 35 minutes.

Lee Dube, who set up both of Parker’s goals, cracked in the fourth on 38 minutes.

Substitute Gary King hit the post before man of the match Stacy Cartwright put Holbeach 5-0 up on 64 minutes.

Matty Nolan tapped in two minutes later and King slotted home in stoppage-time.

Deeping Rangers had Dan Flack sent off in their 2-0 home league defeat to Yaxley who stay second ahead of Holbeach.

Spalding United were knocked out of the Evo-Stik League’s Doodson Sport Cup.

They lost 5-4 on penalties in the quarter-final at Premier Division championship contenders Ilkeston following a 2-2 draw over 90 minutes.

The Tulips led twice through Michael Leary and Mitch Griffiths with equalisers coming from James Reid and Jake Wright.

Results

Tuesday

Evo-Stik League

Doodson Sport Cup quarter-finals: Farsley 3 Lancaster 0, Ilkeston 2 Spalding 2 (Ilkeston won 5-4 on penalties).

First Division South: Chasetown 3 Loughborough Dynamo 1, Gresley 2 Stocksbridge Park Steels 0, Sheffield 2 Mickleover Sports 3.

ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League

Premier Division: AFC Kempston 2 Sileby 1, Boston 1 Wisbech 4, Cogenhoe 2 Wellingborough 1, Deeping 0 Yaxley 2, Harborough 1 Thurnby Nirvana 6, Harrowby 0 Holbeach 7.

Division One: St Neots Town Youth & Saints 3 Raunds 0.

Reserve Division: Desborough 2 Whitworth 2, ON Chenecks 1 Northampton Spencer 1, Rothwell Corinthians 4 Irchester 1.

Hinchingbrooke Cup

Quarter-final: Potton 2 Huntingdon 1 (Potton away to Deeping).