Dunton Reserves 8 Riseley Sports Reserves 3
Dunton Reserves were to end their season on a high to claim fourth place in the final league standings with a 8-3 home victory over Riseley Sports Reserves, Ian Jakes and Steve Spiers netting twice alongside goals for Craig Hill, Nicky Albone, Andrew Spiers and Lee Threadgold against the visitors replies from Jon Glos, Phil Taylor and Michael Darnell.
Wilhamstead Reserves 1 Dunton Reserves 1
Dunton Reserves extend their unbeaten ways to ten games thanks to a 1-1 draw at Wilshamstead Reserves.
Dunton Reserves 4 Stewartby Village 0
For third place Dunton Reserves it was a 4-0 home win over Stewartby Village to take their unbeaten ways to nine games, Andrew Spiers with a hattrick plus Tom Burton doing the damage.
Dunton Reserves 1 Gamlingay Utd 4 (East Beds Junior Charity Cup)
Dunton lose out at Semi-Final stage. Dunton Reserves despite taking the lead with a goal from Ian Jakes fourteen minutes into the game were beat 4-1 by Gamlingay United in last nights East Beds Charity Cup Semi-Final who will now meet Ickwell & Old Warden Reserves in the final
Dunton Reserves 1 Leighton Utd 1
Leighton United assured themselves of promotion at the first time of asking by coming from behind to take their unbeaten ways to eighteen games in a 1-1 draw at third place Dunton Reserves. Steve Spiers for the home side who are now unbeaten in their last eight outings slotting them in front after just ten minutes before the United equalizer arrived fourteen minutes from time via Paul Darton.
Sandy A 1 Dunton Reserves 2
Marsh Leys drop to fourth slot in the league table and now overtaken by Dunton Reserves who took their unbeaten ways to seven games with a 2-1 win at Sandy A, Andrew and Steve Spiers hitting the Dunton goals in the opening half either side of a home headed goal from Craig Morse.
Westoning Recreation Club Reserves 2 Dunton Reserves 7
Up into fourth slot now are Dunton Reserves who swapped places with Westoning Recreation Club Reserves are beating them 7-2 on their own patch, Danny Channon giving The Rec Boys the lead but by the interval strikes from Andrew Spiers and Steve Spiers took Dunton 2-1 ahead who were then amazingly to come up with five goals in the opening ten minutes of the new period, Andrew Spiers taking his afternoon's tally to four goals and brother Steve completing his hattrick before Darryl Boulding netted the home sides second goal
Dunton Reserves 2 Caldecote A 0
Dunton Reserves maintained their own promotion push when a brace of goals from Steve Spiers took them to a 2-0 home win over Caldecote A to end their visitors four game unbeaten run.
Meppershall AFC 3 Dunton Reserves 3
The final game of the day in this division finishing all square at 3-3 between Meppershall AFC and Dunton Reserves, Sam Larsen netting twice to put the home side 2-0 ahead but Stephen Spiers was to come up with a brace of is own to draw Dunton level only to see Adam Larsen take the home side back into the lead until a own goal from Ryan Newbury gave Dunton a share of the points.
Flitwick Town Reserves 1 Dunton Reserves 5
Dunton Reserves 5-1 winners at Flitwick Town Reserves, Steve Spiers netting a hattrick alongside goals from Tom Burton and Martin Cull to a home reply from the penalty spot from Jack Rowlands following a handball by Joe Burton who was duly sent off.
Kempston Athletic 2 Dunton Reserves 2
With all the various cup action going on there were just two games played in Division Three, where bottom of the table Kempston Athletic came up with only their fourth point of the season in holding Dunton Reserves to a 2-2 home draw, Steve Spiers with a little help from his brother Andrew netting Dunton into a early lead before The Athletic via a Tom Burton own goal and a penalty from Gary Whitbread suddendly turned the game around to lead 2-1 until Spiers struck again on the half-hour mark to complete the scoring for the afternoon.
Marsh Leys 1 Dunton Reserves 5
For start of play second spot Marsh Leys it was the end of their seasons 100% home record when beaten 1-5 by a Dunton Reserves side that has now won five of its last seven games to move into the top half of the league table, Andrew Spiers leading the way with a brace alongside goals from Nick Albone, Steve Spiers and Tom McGhee to a lone home reply from Darren Mason, the defeat meaning The Marshmen are now down to third spot in the league standings.
Dunton Reserves 2 Three Tuns Galaticos 4
Three Tuns Galacticos made it four away wins on the bounce with a 4-2 victory at Dunton Reserves, they were helped on their way with a own goal after just ten minutes yet were pegged back level two minutes later by a strike from Nicky Albone but the home sides cause was then not helped by Craig Hill getting himself sent-off and by half-time they found themselves 1-3 down, Dean Smith and Gary Jackson both netting for The Tuns who were to go 4-1 in front in the new half with a goal from Moni Nsiawete until a late James Cooper penalty brought up the final 2-4 scoreline.
Dunton Reserves 1 Riseley Sports Reserves 2 (AET)
Current Shield holders Riseley Sports were given the scare of their lives at Horseshoes Close where the home side Dunton Reserves lead 1-0 with a goal from Craig Hill until an own goal gave them a lifeline to see the tie into extra time where Dan Gloss hit their winner.
Dunton Reserves 9 Kempston Athletic 1
The top scorers of the day however were Dunton Reserves with a 9-1 home win over bottom of the table and yet to win this season Kempston Athletic, Nicky Albone netting a hattrick, Andrew Spiers a brace alongside single goals for Ben Cutmore, James Cooper, Sam Churms and Joe Lewis, the Athletic reply coming via a Gary Whitbread penalty.
Riseley Sports Reserves 2 Dunton Reserves 4
Riseley Sports Reserves are still looking for their first home win of the campaign after going down 2-4 to Dunton Reserves who in turn were winning for the first time this season on the road, left back Craig Hill their hero with a hattrick of goals alongside a strike from Nicky Albone whilst the home goals came via Michael Darnell and Phil Taylor.
Dunton Reserves 5 Wilhamstead Reserves 0
Dunton Reserves 5-0 winners over Wilshamstead Reserves, Andrew Spiers with a hattrick plus an own goal and a strike from Dave Baker-Dougmore bringing up the nap hand.
Stewertby Village 4 Dunton Reserves 2
Dunton Reserves will be kicking themselves for not coming up with their first away win of the season at Stewartby Village, goals from Ben Cutmore and Steve Spiers saw them lead 2-0 at the break until The Village with goals from Jon Pomrey, Chris Beeds, Ben Sparkes and George Wheelhouse hit back to win 4-2 in the second half.
Dunton Reserves 6 Westoning Recreation Club Reserves 0
Dunton Reserves came up with their first win in seven outings with a 5-0 home victory over Westoning Recreation Club Reserves, 4-0 ahead at the break with two goals from Andrew Spiers plus strikes from Steve Spiers and Nicky Threadgold, Steve Spiers brought up the nap hand with his second goal of the contest after the break, a result that now drops the visitors back to sixth place in the league table.
Dunton Reserves 2 Sandy A 2
Dunton Reserves will be kicking themselves for not coming up with their first win in six outings after being held to a 2-2 home draw by Sandy A, strikes from Andrew and Steve Spiers putting Dunton 2-0 ahead in the opening fifteen minutes who had between the goals survived a penalty miss from Sandy's Dave Smith, but it was game back on three minutes from the break when Ian Hammett reduce the arrears to a single goal and all square on the hour mark with a second Sandy goal from Mark Jennings.
Dunton Reserves 0 Stevington 6
Third Division Dunton Reserves were no match at Horseshoes Close for Division One outfit Stevington who were to claim a easy victory via goals from Ian Woods, Clinton Tatham, Steff Watts, Martin Williams, Gavin White and Tony Riley.
Caldecote A 2 Dunton Reserves 2
With both sides having lost their last two outings and Dunton still yet to win on the road this season perhaps the stalemate was the predictable outcome but it will be the home side whom will rue the day and the failure to collect the full three points most having at one stage lead the game 2-0, Luke Gurney netting the only goal of the opening half to place them in front and when he added a second early in the new period John Miller's boys looked on the way to the points that would lift them above their visitors in the league table, that was until Caldecote old boy Steve Spiers struck in the 65th minute and Nicky Albone completed the Dunton fight back with a goal ten minutes later.
Dunton Reserves 0 AFC Meppershall 3
Meppershall with this win ensured they remained unbeaten on the road this campaign whilst defeat saw the home side lose their unbeaten Horseshoes Close tag for the season, Dean Larsen netting to put the visitors ahead by the break before goals from Lewis Osborne and Sam Larsen took the winners into the top six of the league table but for the home side it's a drop into the bottom four of the standings.
Leighton United 10 Dunton Reserves 0
Second place United made light work of collecting the three points to maintain their seasons 100% home record and keep the pressure on league leaders Marsh Leys with this big win over Dunton Reserves, 4-0 ahead at the break with braces of goals from Darryl Smith and Stuart Gore things got even worse for Ian Jakes troops in the second period when Gore went on to complete his hattrick plus further goals being added to the scoreline by a Sayid Allaway hattrick plus strikes from Alex Fry and Adam Barker.
Dunton Reserves 1 Flitwick Town Reserves 1
Stand in Dunton manager David Gill was quoted as saying a draw was just about the right result after a Andrew Spiers goal twenty minutes from time cancelled out a goal five minutes into the second period from Town's Robbie Simpkins to leave the sides to share the spoils.
Renhold Village 6 Dunton Reserves 2
Dunton manager Ian Jakes was quoted has saying we were made to pay dearly for our missed chances has his team were knocked off the top of the league table with this defeat, all started well for Dunton when Steve Spiers put them into a early lead but by the break goals from Lloyd Cheetle and Giles Sowerby had taken The Village into a 2-1 lead.
Joe Lewis then level matters ten minutes into the new period but a four goal blast inside twenty minutes took The Village to victory, Cheetle going on to complete his hatrick whilst Delroy Prince added the other two goals.
Dunton Reserves 4 Marsh Leys 3
Ian Jakes, Dunton Reserves moved themselves to the top of the Division Three table but boy did they make hard work of it, with goals from Andrew Spiers, Steve Spiers and Stuart Jeeves against a lone reply from Padraic Walsh they appeared to be coasting to victory at 3-1 up but second half goals from Kieron Jackson and Damon Quigley on his debut following his transfer from Oakley Sports looked to have given the visitors a share of the spoils until Danny Calmels headed a late late winner for Dunton to steal all three points.
Three Tuns Galacticos 3 Dunton Reserves 3
It turned out to be a share of the spoils for two of this seasons newcomers, Chris Kennedy shooting the home side ahead until two goals from Steve Spiers and a strike from Ben Cutmore took Ian Jakes, Dunton side 3-1 ahead only to see Luke Webb reduce the arrears just before the break and Mark Mcmillan complete the comeback ten minutes into the new half.