Mixed day

PUBLISHED: 11:04 12 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

Action from JM Sports defeat

Action from JM Sports defeat

Action from JM Sports' (stripes) 2-1 defeat at Debden Sports. The result lifted Debden above JM, as the Royston side slipped down to 11th in the 16-team Kershaw League Division B. In contrast, JM reserves continued their good season with a 4-3 victory aga

Action from JM Sports' (stripes) 2-1 defeat at Debden Sports. The result lifted Debden above JM, as the Royston side slipped down to 11th in the 16-team Kershaw League Division B. In contrast, JM reserves continued their good season with a 4-3 victory against Steeple Morden. They remain two points clear at the top of BIS League Division 4A, and although second placed Harston have four games in hand, they still look favourites for promotion. JM's first team travel to Fulbourn Institute reserves on Saturday while the reserves host Hundon reserves.

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