Crowland go ton-up in last game

A 3-0 win over Glinton & Northborough in their final match of the GCE Hire Fleet Peterborough Sunday League season last Wednesday earned Crowland Town third place in the final table and took their goal difference to plus-100.

Kieran Norbury, Lawrence Stewart and substitute Klyden Lleshi got the goals to earn them their 19th win out of 27 games played, with six more awarded in their favour.
Harry Grigas ended the season as the Snowden Field-based club’s top scorer with 29 goals, three more than Joe Strickland, with Danny Firth netting 19 times, Jordan Kirchin 15 and Sam Leggatt 14.
South Holland United also ended their season on a high, thanks to a 5-2 victory at FC Rovers, confirming 10th place in the division of 17 teams.
Zack Brown got them off to a flying start with a fifth-minute opener.
Calum Maggs-Donnelly and Warren Hebblethwaite improved that to 3-1 at the break, with Hebblethwaite striking again in the 77th and 82nd minutes to complete his hat-trick and take his total for the season to 24 in just 13 games for the Holbeach Bank side.
Emneth-based former Spalding Sunday League side CSKA were crowned champions after finishing a point ahead of long-term leaders West Raven, who had won the title two years on the bounce.

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