United Counties League
Newport Pagnell Town were thumped by Thurby Nirvana for the second time in a week on Saturday, going down 4-0 at Willen Road.
The scoreline flattered the visitors, with Swans wasting a host of chances to get on the score sheet.
Nirvana missed a penalty before eventually taking the lead through Liam Canavan on the stroke of half time.
They doubled their lead after 50 minutes when the Thurnby forward rounded keeper Josh McAdoo on the left and centred for Reece Morris to head in.
Matt Melbourne made it 3-0 on 57 minutes before Thurnby sub Celson Patricinio completed the scoring five minutes from time, a looping curling a 25 yard shot out of McAdoo’s reach.
South Midlands League
Stony Stratford Town were back in the points this week, picking up four from a possible six .
Stony started the week with a 2-1 win over Langford on Saturday, before following it up with a 1-1 home draw with Bush Hill Rangers on Tuesday night.
New Bradwell St Peter pulled off the shock of the weekend a sensational 3-1 win over runaway league leaders Hale Leys United.
St Peter became the first team to beat United this season, and did it with aplomb in their own back yard.
A brace from Flanagan and another strike from Nurse were enough to secure all three points.
Two goals each for Rooney and Cooke, and another from Bardell saw Old Bradwell romp to a 5-0 win over Grendon Rangers, though Wolverton were handed a 7-1 home defeat by Kent Athletic.
Mursley United welcomed the division’s bottom side, Willen, to the Playing Field and won 3-0.
Luke Purnell returned in goal, Ricky Foster returned after a month’s absence and Taigon Brooks made his second start of the season for Mursley and they started brightly enough although the visitors fashioned the first chance.
After a quarter of an hour, a Sam Folland free-kick from near the corner flag was headed solidly home by Tom Kennard at the near post and this seemed to settle Mursley who went on to dominate possession on a heavy pitch.
They doubled their lead before the half hour when the goalkeeper fumbled a cross from the right and Steve Mooney was on hand to stab the ball over the line.
For the first ten minutes of the second half, Willen took the game to their hosts and created a few chances, but were only able to get one on target, an effort which Purnell gathered comfortably.
Around the hour mark, Mursley added their third when Willen failed to clear a ball and Brooks was on hand to slide a neat pass from Kennard beyond the keeper and into the net.
Purnell made a very good save at full stretch after Mursley had given the ball away in their half and Kennard rose to nod home a cross from the left only to have it ruled out for an earlier push on the keeper.
Milton Keynes Sunday league
Berks & Bucks Junior Cup
Milton Keynes City 2-1 NHBC
Caz Bar 6-0 Willen
The Garage MK W-L Inter Faith
Wolverton Town 3-3 Olney Town
North Western United 4-2 Buckingham Utd A
Stoke Hammond 3-2 Stanton Manor
Loughton 2-2 MK United
Newport Pagnell Town’s U15s scored a £300 donation from a local business.
Fuel and lubricants firm Butler Fuels donated the money to buy new training kits.
Shaun Galvin, regional manager of Butler Fuels, said: “We hope the kits give the players the confidence and team spirit to help them in their games!”