GOAL: Jordan Keeble netted for Holbeach Reserves. Photo by KEN SMITH

PDFL round-up: Tiago’s treble hands Harrox their first league loss, Holbeach Reserves smash seven

Moulton Harrox slipped to their first ChromaSport PDFL Premier Division loss of the season as potential title rivals Peterborough North End Sports handed them a 4-2 reverse on Saturday.

Two goals from Tiago Nassuncolo (2) and Josh Moreman fired the hosts to a 3-0 half-time lead, but Marcus Parry hit for Harrox back just after the break.

Nassuncolo then completed his hat-trick to wrap up the win for North End, with Danny Maddison netting a consolation for Kev Nottingham’s side.

Harrox remain top despite the defeat, but fourth-placed North End are only four points back with two games in hand.

Staying in the top tier, Holbeach United Reserves had a day to remember as they romped to a 7-2 victory over Polonia at Carter’s Park. Gary Chappell, Kyle Compton, Tom Coote, Jordan Keeble, Alex Richardson, Josh Balding and Louis Steadman all got on the scoresheet to seal the Tigers’ first league win.

Also on winning form were Long Sutton Athletic, who picked up a fine 1-0 success at Stamford Lions.

Friday night saw Tydd beaten 4-2 by FC Parson Drove as Joe Reed and Kai Wysoczanski found the net.

In Division One, Danny Firth’s hat-trick inspired Crowland Town to a 6-1 win at Stamford Belvedere. Harry Grigas (2) and Matt Smith rounded off the rout.

Sutton Bridge United were on the receiving end of a 6-1 reverse at home to FC Peterborough, despite Mitchell Bunn’s goal.

Rock-bottom Spalding Town were also thumped 5-2 at Peterborough Northern Star Reserves.

Fellow Division One side Moulton Harrox Reserves progressed in the Challenge Cup by edging out Whittlesey Reserves 1-0 at Broad Lane.

Down in Division Two, ten-man Long Sutton Athletic went down 5-2 at home against Rippingale and Folkingham.

Calvin Bird and Mark Garner scored for the Magpies, who had Jamie Taylor sent off.

In Division Three, flawless Holbeach Sports went top with a 3-2 win at Glinton and Northborough.

Charlie Parkes (2) and Josh Ling netted to make it five wins from five.
Divisional rivals Tydd Reserves were beaten 4-3 at FC Parson Drove Reserves despite goals from Ryan Alexander, Kai Scott-Henson and Ben Arnold.

In Division Four, Holbeach Bank were absolutely smashed 19-0 at home by Dreams.

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