Tuesday 18th January 2022
UHLSPORT UNITED COUNTIES LEAGUE-PREMIER DIVISION SOUTH
BUGBROOKE ST MICHAELS 2-2 LUTTERWORTH TOWN
The Badgers and the Swifts shared the points at The Sett with the home side’s equaliser coming in the final minute. Eddie Panter put the Badgers ahead on 6 minutes with a twice taken penalty, but Sunmonu levelled just five minutes later, then the same player fired the Swifts in front from 20-yards out with 61 minutes gone. 90 minutes were up on the clock when Bugbrooke were awarded their second penalty of the night and teenager Panter kept his cool to earn his side a point from the spot.
BEDFORDSHIRE F.A SENIOR CUP-1ST ROUND
BIGGLESWADE TOWN 3-1 POTTON UNITED
Joe Neal slammed home from the edge of the box after an indirect free-kick had been touched to him as the Waders led into the break, but Sam Willis brought the UCL club level from the penalty spot. Neal stabbed the ball home from close range to restore the Southern League team’s lead and Jack Vasey followed up after Sam Irish had made a save to complete a safe passage through for the home side.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE SENIOR CUP-QUARTER FINAL
ST IVES TOWN 4-0 EYNESBURY ROVERS
Rovers county cup dreams were ended by higher grade St Ives Town who ran out 4-0 winners with two goals in each half. Ben Toseland turned the ball home at the far post following a Dylan Williams corner after 25 minutes and Williams was again the supplier on 38 when he teed up Victor Aiyelabola who swivelled inside the box before firing home. Williams got his name on the scoresheet two minutes after the restart when he netted a controversially awarded penalty and he got his second on 80 when he seized on a mistake as his shot from 15-yards out that squirmed under the body of Eynesbury keeper Jonah Gill.
OXFORDSHIRE SENIOR CUP-QUARTER FINAL
OXFORD CITY 4-1 EASINGTON SPORTS
Easington Sports faced a very tough trip to National League side Oxford City and their task became even harder when Jacob Bancroft netted from close range inside the first sixty seconds. It looked like the UCL were going to keep the score down to just one at the break, but Bancroft beat his man down the wing before sending over a cross and Harvey Bradbury converted from 2-yards out with 45 minutes gone. Charlie Rowan added a third as he found the top corner from inside the box ten minutes after the restart, but Alex Stott gave the Banbury club hope when he reduced the arrears after 73 minutes. City had the final world when Joe Iaciofano made time for himself inside the box and slotted the ball into the bottom corner.