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  • 22/10/07
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Denton put in a monumental display to hold runaway leaders Harlequins to a 4-4 draw.



Denton put in a monumental display to hold runaway leaders Harlequins to a 4-4 draw. James Mangon hit the target twice for the Quins to go with one a-piece from Ashley Fleming and Daniel Clarke. However a double strike from David Sanders and singles from Jamie O?Neil and Tom Baker earned Denton a share of the points. Airflow moved up to third spot on the back of a 2-0 victory over Double Four courtesy of strikes from Lewis Robinson and Stephen Miles. University of Northampton returned to winning ways with a 2-1 triumph over Asda George. Casey Walker and Whiteside were on target for the students while Dan Phillips netted Asda?s retort.


Hitec Roofline took over at the summit after crushing Northants Police 7-3. Mark Crawford, Keith Frison and an own goal accounted for the Police tally but a brace each for Barry Streeton and Julian Anger plus solo strikes from Delroy Kilborn, Steve Ivey and Jon Pickering saw Hitec ease home. Nathan Mason was Far Cotton Loco?s three-goal hero as they beat Thorplands United Reserves 5-2. Further goals from Craig Curran and Ant Kirby proved too much for Thorplands who had Ashley Alexander and Stuart Rattley to thank for their strikes. In a high scoring game Harlequins Reserves got the better of James King Blisworth ?A? 6-3. A foursome for Jamie Evans and two goals from Thulane Khoza made up Harlequins score leaving Scott Burton, Richard Husband and Stuart Dense to net the villagers reply. Jamie Ellis and Steve O?Brien found the back of the net for Airflow Reserves in a 2-0 success over Obelisk United. Swan & Helmet recorded their first win of the season overcoming Delapre Old Boys 4-2. Nicky Renda hit a super hat trick to go with a solo effort from Alan Lovell for the pub men leaving Adam Barrett and Scott Ramsey to score Delapre?s goals. University of Northampton Reserves and Ashley Rovers fought out a 1-1 stalemate with Mick Mistry slotting home for the scholars and John Schofield doing likewise for Rovers.

Resource United were edged out by the odd goal in five at the hands of Kettering Nomads despite strikes from Sorrin Turcas and Damian Petra. Cotton Hill lost 3-0 to Corby Kingfisher and Thorplands United had a day to forget going down 7-0 to Earls Barton.