Here's how all the Aylesbury & District League teams finished in the tables

By Marc Thoday

Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 12:07 pm
Updated Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 12:08 pm
Premier Division champions APBS

After an extended season congratulations must go to those sides who managed to finish the season, after many had to play midweek games though out April and May, writes Marc Thoday.

Congratulations must also go to The ADL League Committee who managed to ensure the the season finished when many others locally and around the country were curtailed and voided.

Four new clubs with a couple of Reserve sides have applied to enter the League for Season 2021-22 which hopefully will be back to normal

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

.

Any late entrants wishing to set up a team in this flexible, innovative and football focused league should make contact at www.adl-football.co.uk or follow our Social Media pages

The AGM is at the end of June.

Here's the final week's results round-up

They think it’s all over - it is in the Aylesbury District Football League!

.

Finally after two breaks and a final nine-week slog of back to back games all has been settled in the Aylesbury & District League for season 2020-21, writes Marc Thoday.

Congratulations go to APBS who won the Premier Division title in their final game.

A last-minute equaliser at home to second-place Ayletico sealed the point they needed in a 2-2 draw, to make their rivals’ last game a dead rubber.

At the bottom, the two relegated sides entertained one another as Elmhurst lost 4-9 to Bedgrove Utd as both teams enjoyed themselves. Jamie Jellis scored a hat-trick for Utd.

.

AFC Lions sealed third spot on their debut season with a 6-3 win over Tetsworth, Ray Long and Leon Harding with braces each.

In Division One Stoke Mandeville missed out on fourth place as they drew 2-2 with relegated Rivets Sports, James Mabaudi with a brace for Rivets.

In Division Two Rivets Reserves ensured they finished outside the bottom two (after two teams folded) as they beat FC Aristcrat 4-2.

A Jeremy Spreyers header opened the scoring but Carl Gunning and Matt Bradbury put the Ari ahead either side of half-time.

.

Needing a point, Rivets upped their game and a 25- yarder from Matt Harris and 20-yard Darren Woolard goal put them 2-3 ahead before Kozzy Sangoya sealed the victory late on.

Tetsworth Reserves beat Dinamo Chequers 8-3 to end their season on a high. Jos Miles, Jamie Surma and Ben Crawford netted two goals each.

In Division Three the race for second place went to Haddenham Utd as Matt Featherston’s 13th goal of the season gave them the win they needed 0-1 at Aylesbury Vale.

Prestwood Reserves had to settle for third place despite a 7-0 win over Quainton. Wingrave Development went down 4-3 to Aylesbury Hornets.

Stoke Mandeville lost their unbeaten run as they went down 6-3 to Stone Utd in the final game of the day.