Towcester Town Tigers 0
Daventry Town Vikings 5
Scorers: Reagan Gibson, Cameron Waldock 3, Isaac Parkinson
Team: Daniel Ward, Megan Critchley, Keenan French, Reagan Gibson, Lee Smith, Cameron Waldock, Finn Hourigan, Ben Kaye, Max Adams, Kian Humpage, Daniel Brown, Isaac Parkinson
Report: Cameron Waldock scored a hat-trick as Vikings eased scored a comprehensive win at Towcester, but they needed to score four goals in the final 12 minutes. It was 1-0 at the break thanks Waldock’s first. The match looked like it would stay at 1-0 until the late goal rush from Vikings, with Waldock scoring two more and others coming from Regain Gibson and Isaa Parkinson.
Daventry Town Saxons 3
Kingsthorpe Jets Typhoons 0
Scorers: Charlie Trayford, Dan Faulkner, Joshua Adams
Team: Deckyn Hartley, Charlie Trayford, Alex Smith, Dylan Overton, Luke Barker Poole, Joseph Pursey, Dan Faulkner, Jack Hancock, Joshua Adams, Nayan Bryce, James Currivan
Report: Soaring Saxons ground out a well deserved 3-0 victory against Kingsthorpe Jets to make it seven straight league wins. Saxons are now top the league by six points. Man of the match was goalkeeeper Decklyn Hartley.
Bugbrooke 1 Daventry Town Danes 2
CHARLES GILLING and Sam Flockhart were on the mark as Daventry were 2-1 winners over Bugbrooke.
Daventry went 1-0 through Gilling, before Bugbrooke equalised.
Flockhart then restored Daventry’s lead just before half-time.
Both goalkeepers were in great form in the second half, while Connor Weston produced a superb second-half performance in defence for the Danes and was named MOM.
Daventry Town Danes 6 Flore Park Rovers 0
Scorers: Charlie Olive 2, Ciaran Allibone 2, Freddie Price 2
Team: Daniel Ramsden, Morgan Bradshaw, Corbin Mazzone, Jamie Ridley, Harvey Walker, Charlie Olive, Ciaran Allibone, Freddie Price, Oliver Edginton
Report: Danes went 1-0 after five minutes through Freddie Price, and never looked back. Danes’ second goal came Charlie Olive and that’s how it stayed until half-time. In the second half there were further goals from Freddie and Charlie, and two from Ciaran Allibone. Man of the match was Ollie Edgington.