Dunton 0 Oakley 0

For third place Oakley Sports, it was only a share of the spoils in a 0-0 draw at Dunton who remain deep in the relegation mix after this their seventh home game without a win.


Sharnbrook 2 Dunton 1

For Dunton, sitting in that third from bottom spot, it was a 1-2 home defeat at the hands of Sharnbrook.Nicky Threadgold shooting Dunton ahead after 20 minutes until goals from Lawrence Bentham five minutes into the second period and a strike from David Miljkovic 15 minutes from time won the day for the visitors.


Southill Alexander 2 Dunton 3

Down at the bottom end of the table, Southill Alexander now find themselves without a win in their last nine outings after Dunton ended their own 11 games without a win run with a 3-2 victory at The Carlsberg Stadium. John Lynch shooting the home side in front just 15 minutes into the contest only to see a Lawrence Bosher penalty level matters on the half-hour mark. A Danny Carmels own goal then restored the lead for the home side until goals from Barry Morris on 65 minutes and Tom McGhee 10 minutes from time won the day for Dunton.


Dunton 2 Campton 2

For Dunton, it was an end to their nine game losing run when they salvaged a point from a 2-2 draw with Campton. Nicky Threadgold shooting the home side ahead after 20 minutes, but with just a minute of the opening half left Barry Morris upended Andy Hayday in the box and Sam Larsen netted from the spot to level matters at 1-1. Larsen 10 minutes into the new period was to give his side the lead, before Morris turned from villain to hero when he headed home Dunton's equalizer 20 minutes from time.


Dunton 3 Woburn 6 (Britainnia Cup)

At Horseshoes Close, Dunton's woes continue after they were beaten 3-6 by Woburn.Nick Skolsky and Martin Holland both netting twice alongside Lewis Murray and Jake Nicholls for The Safari Boys against home replies via a Nicky Threadgold brace and Ian Bosher.


Caldecote 4 Dunton 3

Caldecote inflicting a ninth consecutive defeat on third from bottom of the table Dunton with a 4-3 victory at Harvey Close. The visitors led the game 2-1 at half-time, thanks to a brace of goals from Lawrence Bosher, which came either side of a strike from Gareth Boness, however they were to lose their lead inside the opening 20 minutes of the new period, when first Chris Winder then Barry Dellar netted, back they came to level the contest at 3-3 with a goal from Paul Beith, only then to see Dan Wilson hit the home sides winner 10 minutes from time.


Dunton 1 Renhold Utd 2

Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Dunton, who went down to their eighth straight league defeat when beaten on home soil 1-2 by Renhold United, to give the visitors their first win in six league outings. Damon Quigley placing United in front 15 minutes into the game before James Cooper levelled matters 10 minutes from the break, United's winner then arriving 20 minutes into the second period from a Paul Beattie header.


Kempston Rovers 3 Dunton 1

Dunton's hopes of Bedfordshire FA Senior Trophy glory are over for another season after they were beaten 3-1 at AFC Kempston Rovers, Lawrence Bosher giving them heart by placing them into the lead after 25 minutes but The Rovers were level by the break and with two second half strikes run out comfortable winners by the final whistle.


Dunton 1 Ickwell & Old Warden 4

With both Caldecote and Oakley Sports sitting the afternoon out, Ickwell and Old Warden took full advantage to leap up to second spot in the league standings with a 4-1 win at Dunton, their fifth win on the bounce, 0-0 at half-time, Rob Gaylor soon shot the visitors ahead in the second period only to see Barry Morris level matters has his side strove to end a six game losing run, alas it was not to be, after goals from Chris Sibley and Anup Kalyan plus a Andrew Vallom penalty took Ickwell to the points.


AFC Kempston Town 6 Dunton 1

AFC Kempston Town were returning to winning ways to send Dunton to their sixth consecutive league defeat with a 6-1 victory at Hillgrounds. Justin Patterson and Tom Pitts both finding the back of the net twice alongside Danny Pilgrim and Carmine Cientanni for The Town against a lone reply from Lawrence Bosher.


Dunton 4 Sharnbrook 2

At Horseshoes Close, Dunton winning 4-2 against Sharnbrook in the day's only all domestic affair. Lawrence Bosher netting twice alongside Nicky Threadgold and Dan Jones against replies from Dan Kelly and Ben Parrott.


Blunahm 4 Dunton 1

Blunham's lead at the head of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform league table is now up to two points after they took their current winning ways to five games with a 4-1 home victory over Dunton. Goals from Andy Smith, Gareth Hughes, Elliot West and Michael Hutton only be replied to by a strike from Steve Snelling, whose side have now lost their last five outings to drop into the bottom four of the league standings.


Sharnbrook 2 Dunton 0

For Sharnbrook, it was a first home win of the season when goals from Darren Wallinger and Ben Parrott took them to a 2-0 victory over a Dunton side that has now lost it's last four games to slip to seventh spot in the league standings.


Dunton 1 Caldecote 2

Dunton, having started the day in fourth slot are now down to sixth and without a win in four games after being beaten 1-2 at home by Caldecote, who now take over that fourth place in the league standings. Steve Snelling had shot Dunton ahead on 25 minutes, but a goal from Gareth Boness three minutes from the break saw the sides go in for half-time level at 1-1. Jack Aris then winning the game for Caldecote with a goal 10 minutes from time.


Wilhamstead 4 Dunton 2

Dunton who started the day in second spot, are now down into fourth slot after being beaten 4-2 at Wilshamstead, for whom it was a first home win of the campaign. David Pugh gave the visitors an early lead only to be cancelled out on the half-hour mark by a Michael Jones penalty that took the sides in at half-time all square at 1-1. Within 10 minutes of the restart a brace of goals from Paul Jones had shot Wilshamstead 3-1 ahead, Nicky Threadgold brought the deficit back to a singe goal 20 minutes from time only to see Jones complete his hat-trick two minutes later to seal the win for Wilshamstead.


Westoning Recreation Club 0 Dunton 0

Biggleswade United Reserves despite sitting the afternoon out remain two points clear at the head of the league table, after both Dunton and Campton failed to come up with victory's. Dunton held to a 0-0 home draw by second from the bottom of the table Westoning Recreation Club.


Campton 1 Dunton 2

Biggleswade United's lead at the head of the Premier Division supported by Sportsform table is now up to three points following their 2-0 win over Wilshamstead, two goals from Barry Sells doing the damage.This being made possible following a 1-2 home defeat for Campton who now drop into fourth slot at the hands of Dunton who climb the standings into third slot, two opening half goals from Nicky Threadgold setting Dunton on their way to the three points before a Gary Gibson home strike set up a tense closing 15 minutes.


Dunton 10 Riseley Sports 0

Now up into fifth place are Dunton who run out 10-0 home winners over bottom of the table Riseley Sports. 6-0 ahead at the break thanks to double strikes from Nicky Threadgold and Paul Beith plus a goal from James Cooper and an own goal, the second period was to see Threadgold take his personal tally up to four goals and Dave Pugh weigh in with a brace to bring up the double scoreline tally.


Renhold United 4 Dunton 2

Renhold United were full value for the three points in their 4-2 home success over Dunton. Goals from Karl Anderson and Chris Huckle taking them in at half-time 2-0 ahead. James Cooper then reduced the arrears to a single goal early in the new period until Anderson struck twice again to claim his hat-trick and take United 4-1 ahead before a Paul Beith goal brought up the final 4-2 scoreline.


Dunton 2 Southill Alexander 0

Dunton came up with their second home win of the week with a 2-0 victory over Southill Alexander. Tom McGhee slotting them ahead on 20 minutes whilst a Steve Snelling strike ten minutes from time wrapped up the points.


Dunton 1 Woburn 0

For Saturday's hero's Woburn it was a 1-0 defeat at Dunton. Steve Snelling goal 15 minutes from time claiming the points for the home side.


Dunton 0 Biggleswade United Reserves 2

Biggleswade United thanks to a Matthew McCartney goal on the hour mark and a own goal from Sam Lewis 15minutes later won 2-0 at Dunton.