Aiden strikes to get Corinthians back to winning ways

Joint-managers Jim Scott and Shaun Sparrow saw their Rothwell Corinthians get back to winning ways in the UCL Premier Division
Joint-managers Jim Scott and Shaun Sparrow saw their Rothwell Corinthians get back to winning ways in the UCL Premier Division

Aiden Smith was the hero for Rothwell Corinthians as they halted a four-game losing streak in the ChromaSport United Counties League Premier Division.

Smith grabbed the only goal of the game as Corinthians beat ON Chenecks at Sergeants Lawn.

Desborough Town suffered just their fourth defeat of the season as they went down 2-0 at in-form Wisbech Town.

Goals from Alex Beck and Billy Smith gave the Fenmen victory in a top-six battle.

Wellingborough Town battled back from a goal down to claim a 1-1 draw with Oadby Town at the Dog & Duck.

Ben Baines grabbed the second-half equaliser for the Doughboys.

Whitworth were on the end of a fightback from Cogenhoe United, who claimed a 2-1 success at Compton Park.

The Flourmen led through Nathan Burrows’ first-half goal but Matt Long levelled with 19 minutes to go and the same player hit the winner in the last minute.

Raunds Town moved back to the top of Division One after a 2-0 success over local rivals Thrapston Town at Kiln Park on Friday night.

Ty Clark was the hero for the Shopmates as he opened the scoring on 20 minutes before adding his and his team’s second just before the hour.

Rushden & Higham United also enjoyed a local derby success as they won 5-1 at rock-bottom Stewarts & Lloyds.

Jed Ainge, Jory Mann and Sam Fowler put the Lankies 3-0 up before the Foundrymen pulled one back but Dylan Wilson hit the fourth and Fowler wrapped things up with his second of the day.

The clash between Burton Park Wanderers and Bugbrooke ended in controversy.

Wanderers were leading 3-2 at Latimer Park before a brawl between players from both sides forced the referee to abandon the game with 18 minutes to go.

Elsewhere, Irchester United suffered a 2-0 defeat to Harrowby United at Alfred Street.