Earth and Wright keep Moulton’s momentum

Moulton Harrox moved within a point of league leaders Uppingham Town with a game in hand after a 2-0 win at Ramsey Town.
Declan Earth and Tyler Wright took their chances to secure the points against visitors who ended down to 10 men when Ryan Pratt received a second yellow.
Elsewhere in the division, Crowland Town won a thriller 4-3 at home to Wittering Premiair.
Long Sutton Athletic moved away from the bottom two of the Division One table with a 2-1 win at Park Farm Pumas.
Holbeach United Sports are up to sixth in the same division after winning 3-0 at Deeping United.
The title race is heating up in Division Two, Whaplode Drove Rovers remain top after a hard fought 2-2 draw with third place FC Hampton.
Ryan Ellwood and Josh Lawrence netted for the table toppers while Kris Kefford’s double responded for the home sides.
Second placed Peterborough Rangers were beaten at home by Sutton Bridge United who moved up to fourth thanks to their 4-2 win.
Ryan Brothwell hit a brace and there were goals too for Matt Eaton and Craig Pack.
A Daniel Cassidy double and one from Kai Scott-Henson helped Tydd Reserves to a 3-1 win at Deeping United Reserves.
Crowland Town Reserves are still looking for their first points of the season despite pushing Kings Cliffe all the way.
After going 2-0 down, Xennon Paul had halved the deficit shortly after the half hour, but it was 3-1 to the home side just before the break.
Kings finished the game with 10 men as their first goalscorer Corey Bowden was shown a straight red and Jamie Hunns made it 3-2.
Crowland though were unable to find the equaliser in the final 20 minutes.
Another winless team are Long Sutton Athletic Reserves in Division Three who lost 5-0 at home to AFC Malborne.
Jordan O’Rouke netted for Whaplode Drove Rovers Reserves, but they lost 2-1 at home to Hampton United.
Moulton Harrox Reserves continued their 100 per cent start to Division Four with a 4-0 win at home to Leverington sports courtesy of two from Emilio Mead, one from Cameron Bedden and Martin Sandall.
Daniel Coleman, Lucas Turner-Grantham, Dawid Gos and Nicky Haw netted as South Lincolnshire Swifts beat Deeping United Development 4-1.

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