Stony can’t continue hot streak

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Stony Stratford’s topsy-turvey season continued on Saturday as they slipped to their fourth Spartan Midlands Division One defeat.

After back-to-back victories pitched them up the standings, they were brought back down to Earth with an unwelcome bang, losing 2-0 to Southall.

The result sees them drop to 15th in the table, but the defensive frailties which saw them concede 10 goals on two occasions at the start of the season.

Wolverton sit fifth in Division Two after a fine 2-1 victory over ston Clinton.

Goals from Michael Rudniak and Dale Collins were enough to give Wolverton all three points, and they still have a game in hand over the teams above them.

Willen picked up their first point of the season courtesy of a 2-2 draw away at Totternhoe, with goals from Jason Pinnock and Ryan Guinnane.

Old Bradwell are bottom of Division Two though after a 3-0 loss on the road at Kent Athletic.

New Bradwell St Peter couldn’t rediscover the form which saw them pick up their first win in over a year last weekend.

Darren Turner and Gary Ollard’s men were beaten 4-0 at the hands of Hale Leys United, dropping them one place to 11th.

Olney Town put together two wins in three days to launch them up United Counties League Division One.

Tuesday night’s comprehensive 3-1 victory over Wellingborough Whitworth followed Daturday’s 2-0 triumph over Northampton ON Chenecks, with goals from Sam O’Neill and Enock Rare. The wins see Olney leap up to 12th in the standings.