Buckingham United round-up;
The first team ran out 7-3 winners away to Padbury Village this afternoon that saw Lewis Parkin score four goals for the visitors to maintain the excellent start to the season.
Other goalscorers for United were Mitchell Young, Daniel Parkin and Ryan Guinanne as they continue to push on.
United’s next game is a trip over to Stony Stratford Town on Tuesday evening to face Wing Village in the Buckingham Chairty Cup first round. Kick Off – 7:30. Cup holders Silverstone will await the winners in the next round.
On Saturday the Reserves Won 2-1 against Bletchley Park Reserves! 1-0 down with five minutes to go when Jimmy Richardson takes full control by scoring two goals giving us a deserved 3 points.
Quote from manager Ant Weight:
The lads dug deep today. We didn’t play well but to come back and get the result showed real character. It was a true team spirit and a sign that with an improving team, having not played at our best, we can still win games. This leaves us second in the league with a game in hand over Tattenhoe, who are going strong, but we’ll keep working hard to try and push them all the way.
United’s U18’s fell to their first defeat of the season away to Tattenhoe Youth under 18’s by a score line of 3-1. Louis Fuller with the United goal.
Despite the defeat our under 18’s still sit third in the table with one grading game to go. Next up is Tattenhoe Whites in the third round of the county cup.
Meanwhile the Sunday B team drew 4-4 with MK United in an entertaining fixture this morning with goals from Harry White, Jack White, Damian Fallon and recent signing Joe Riley.