BAD BREAK: Dan Dougill was badly injured on Saturday. Photo by JAKE WHITELEY

Saturday football: Bad break for Dougill sees Tigers game abandoned, Bishop bags late winner for Pinchbeck

A horrible injury to Dan Dougill marred Saturday’s South Holland football – with the Holbeach United youngster suffering a broken leg.

The bad break occurred in the second half of the Tigers’ ChromaSprt UCL Premier Division clash with Cogenhoe United and it caused the game to be abandoned.

Holbeach were trailing 2-0 at the time, with the Cooks scoring through Ryan Dove and Matt Long.

The results elsewhere actually went for Seb Hayes’ side, with leaders Newport Pagnell walloped 4-0 at Yaxley and Wisbech Town held 1-1 at Oadby Town.

That leaves Holbeach six points off top spot with four games in hand.

Down in UCL Division One, a last-gasp Nick Bishop goal earned leaders Pinchbeck United a 3-2 win at Olney Town.

They fell behind on 12 minutes, but Liam Ogden levelled on 32 minutes to make it 1-1 at the break.

Ollie Maltby’s 72nd-minute penalty put the Knights ahead, but they were pegged back to 2-2 ten minutes from time.

However, Bishop grabbed the winner seven minutes into added time in a second half that lasted 59 minutes.

The win keeps Ian Dunn’s side seven points clear at the top.

Elsewhere, Moulton Harrox Reserves beat hosts Long Sutton 4-2 in the big ChromaSport PDFL game.

A hat-trick from Martin Sandall inspired Harrox to victory in the Chairman Championship Shield clash.

Also making cup progress were Holbeach United Reserves, who beat Sawtry Reserves 3-0 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

More football in Thursday’s paper.


Evo-Stik NPL

First Division South: Alvechurch 2 Belper Town 4; Bedworth United 1 Basford United 1; Leek Town 3 Lincoln United 1; Loughborough Dynamo 3 Kidsgrove Athletic 3; Market Drayton Town 1 Carlton Town 3; Newcastle Town 0 Chasetown 3; Spalding United 1 Romulus 1; Stamford 2 Frickley Athletic 4; Stocksbridge Park Steels 1 Cleethorpes Town 1.

ChromaSport UCL

Premier Division: Boston Town 2 Wellingborough Town 2; Deeping Rangers 3 Kirby Muxloe 0; Desborough Town 2 Peterborough Northern Star 0; Holbeach United v Cogenhoe United (abandoned while Cogenhoe led 2-0); Oadby Town 1 Wisbech Town 1; Rothwell Corinthians 1 Daventry Town 2; Sleaford Town 0 Eynesbury Rovers 4; St Andrews 2 Northampton SR 1; Wellingborough Whitworth 0 Northampton ON Chenecks 2; Yaxley 4 Newport Pagnell Town 0.

Division One: Bugbrooke St Michaels 0 Stewarts & Lloyds 1; Harrowby United 5 Buckingham Town 1; Huntingdon Town 4 Oakham United 2; Long Buckby 1 Irchester United 1; Lutterworth Athletic 0 Bourne Town 1; Melton Town 5 Lutterworth Town 2; Olney Town 2 Pinchbeck United 3; Raunds Town 4 Potton United 0; Rushden and Higham United 6 Burton Park Wanderers 1; Thrapston Town 0 Blackstones 1.

ChromaSport PDFL

Premier Division: Langtoft Utd 0 Deeping Rangers Res 4; Leverington Spors 1 Stamford Lions 2; Warboys Town 6 AFC Stanground Sports 2.

President Premier Shield: Netherton United 1 Peterborough Sports Res 0; Sawtry 1 Holbeach United Res 1 (pens 0-3); Thorney 2 Peterborough ICA Sports 1.

Division One: Netherton United Res 0 Crowland Town 2; Peterborough Polonia 0 Stamford Belvedere 0.

Chairman Championship Shield: Long Sutton Athletic 2 Moulton Harrox Res 4; Oundle Town 2 Ramsey Town 3.

Division Two: Eye United 0 Bretton North End 1; Rippingale & Folkingham 5 Netherton United A 1; Stilton United 1 Langtoft Utd Res 2.

Division Three: Farcet United 1 Feeder 3; Leverington Sports Res 1 Oundle Town Res 6; Stamford Belvedere Res 1 Premiair 3; Thorpe Wood Rangers 3 Holbeach Bank 3; Uppingham Town Res 0 Cardea 4.

Division Four: Ramsey Town Res 7 Netherton United B 2.

Division Five A: Premiair Res 0 Kings Cliffe Res 1.

Division Five B: FC Peterborough A 2 Gunthorpe Harriers 3; Hampton 8 Leverington Sports A 0; Stanground Sports 1 Sawtry Res 2.

Intermediate Shield: FC Parson Drove 2 Spalding Town 0.

PFA Junior Cup: Stamford Lions A 2 Parkside 1.

PFA Minor Cup: Peterborough NECI 3 Wittering Harriers Res 2; Spalding United A 1 Orton Rangers 4; Tydd St Mary Res 2 Eunice Huntingdon 5.

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