United Counties League
Olney Town notched a deserved 4-2 win over Woodford United at Byfield Road in an entertaining encounter which saw both sides try to knock the ball around on a very heavy pitch.
Woodford took an eighth minute lead when Joe Henderson took a return pass from Ben Foster and looped a shot goalwards.
Stuart Keeping in the Olney goal got a hand to the ball but couldn’t prevent it from crossing the line.
Olney equalised on 18 minutes when the lively Sam O’Neill beat home custodian Darren Smith with a great 25 yard strike.
Foster had a low shot saved for the Reds but it was Olney who went in front after 27 minutes, Jamie Burrows taking Christian Smail’s defence splitting pass in his stride and finishing confidently
Olney’s third goal arrived six minutes before half time, Burrows again exposing a square home defence to convert James Pacifici’s ball forward.
Smith saved from O’Neill at his near post after James Raby started the move, but on 57 minutes the visitors moved three goals clear. Smail fed Danny Webb on the right and his curling cross drifted over Smith and dropped inside the far post.
Woodford scored an 83rd minute when Henderson played Waldock in behind the defence to score at the second attempt after Keeping saved his first shot.
Olney Town Reserves won in two cup competitions in three days.
On Saturday, David Ashcroft’s men won 3-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw against Risborough Rangers Reserves to progress in the Berks & Bucks County Junior Cup.
Then on Tuesday night, Olney booked a spot in the next round of the Reserve KO Cup with a 4-1 win against Thrapston Town Reserves.
South Midlands League
Berks and Beds Cup
New Bradwell St Peter’s cup campaign came to an end at the quarter final stage as they went out 3-0 to Oakley United.
Berks and Beds Junior Cup
Mursley United Reserves’ cup run ended on Saturday with a 4-3 defeat at the hands of Penn & Tylers Green Reserves.
Stony Stratford edged a five goal thriller with Amersham Town, winning 3-2.
Old Bradwell United beat Aston Clinton 4-1, Wolverton and Grendon Rangers shared the points after a 4-4 draw, while Willen lost 3-1 to Totternhoe.
And on Tuesday night, Mursley United and New Bradwell St Peter shared the points after a 2-2 draw.
MK Border Counties Youth League
MK Wanderers Hawks 1-5 Roman Rangers
Shenley Hawks 1-6 Tattenhoe Youth Panthers
Willen Panthers 1-1 Newport Pagnell Town
Heelands Rangers 0-7 Emerson Valley
MK Gallacticos 4-4 Winslow United Jr Tigers
Under 14s Division 1
MK Wanderers Hawks 3-0 Tattenhoe Whites
Newport Pagnell Town 1-3 Cranfield Colts
Wastoning Youth 6-3 City Sports
Tattenhoe Reds 11-0 Scot Centurions
Moretonville Rovers 9-0 Shenley Jaguars
Roman Rangers Ath. 4-0 Moretonville Rangers
Woburn & Wav Lions 20-0 Great Linford Cougars
Newport Pagnell Lions 4-7 Willen Eagles
Newport Pagnell Tigers 2-3 Tattenhoe
Stony Stratford Scorpions 1-3 Waterhall Stars
Tattenhoe Reds 0-11 MK City Lions
MK Wanderers 4-4 Willen Saints
Olney Town Colts 9-3 Moretonville Wanderers
Wolverton Tigermoths 4-1 Tattenhoe Youth
Stony Stratford Town 5-1 Moretonville Rovers
AFC Oakley M&DH 8-0 Water Eaton Youth
Aspley Guise 0-1 Croughton
Moretonville Wanderers 1-3 Great Linford Eagles
Roman Rangers Green 1-1 Winslow Utd Pumas
County Cup Semi Final
City Colts Athletic 2-3 Penn & Tylers Green
Halse United Stripes 4-3 City Colts
MK City Falcons 2-3 Halse United Whites