NEXT HOME GAME - BURNHAM ON SATURDAY AUGUST 30th AT 3.00PM
NEXT AWAY GAME - HISTON ON SEPTEMBER 6TH AT 3.00PM
NEXT FANS GAME - KIDDERMINSTER AT PEGASUS ON SEPTEMBER 7TH AT 3PM. FINALLY HUFC YOUTH TEAM AT MALVERN IN THE FA YOUTH CUP ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH AT 7.30PM

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Results Round Up

With leaders Leicester claiming three points, second placed MK Dons followed suit with a 2-0 win over Southend. Millwall's 1-1 draw with Yeovil sees them lose pace with the leaders but keep third spot, while Peterboro are back up to fourth after a topsy turvy game eventually saw them beat Cheltenham 6-3. Oldham remain fifth after a goalless draw with Carlisle, with Scunthorpe down to sixth after a single goal loss to Huddersfield. Leeds beat Stockport 3-1 to put their season on the right track.

Down the bottom Crewe beat Hartlepool 4-1 to move within a point of the Bulls, while Cheltenham's hammering makes their goal difference worse than the Bulls. Leyton Orient slip into the relegation zone after losing 1-0 to Colchester, who move into the top half. Brighton's 2-0 win over Swindon moves them up above the Robins and a point clear of the danger zone. Bristol Rovers shared a goalless draw with Northampton.

In League Two Wycombe's lead is cut again after another 1-1 draw, with Brentford beating Exeter 2-0 to drop the gap to five points. Shrewsbury move up again, but needed Bury to have a man sent off before they won 1-0. Barnet beat Bournemouth 2-0 in Paul Fairclough's final match, and Chester lost 3-1 at Macclesfield.

In the Conference Oxford smashed Ebbsfleet 5-1, while Histon closed the gap on non-playing leaders Burton with a 4-1 win over Grays. Kidderminster beat Torquay by the only goal, scoring with their only shot on target, and Forest Green beat Barrow 2-1 to move out of the relegation zone.