It was a fully league day in the Hitchin Sunday League and as clubs made plenty of moves.

In Division One, Squirrel Taverners won 1-0 away to Chells Rovers in a very tight contest while the game between Coach & Horses and Atletico 99 did not take place as Atletico 99 were not able to raise a team.

There was a bottom of the table clash between North Baldock and Inter Malone with the 2-0 win for Malone lifting them above their opponents and off the bottom.

Pied Piper and AC Malone both picked up a point following a 2-2 draw.

An unbelievable start from AC Malone saw them go ahead within 40 seconds as Ben Fairey’s shot fell to Will Payne to smash into the top corner.

Pied Piper responded within five minutes following a long throw which led to a header finding the far corner of the goal.

Then an unfortunate error at the back by Malone’s saw Piper go in front, their striker tapping home from a few yards.

AC Malone came out flying in the second half though and dominated pretty much the whole 45.

Several chances should have been buried but with time running out, Fairey found Jensen Martin to slide in the equaliser.

Buffs lost 5-0 at home  to Arlesey Town in Division Two while GSS had a 3-0 win against Ashwell.

GSS were the dominant team throughout and were 2-0 up within 30 minutes.

The first goal was scored by Jamie Burbury after being assisted by Liam Morton and the second came via an own goal from the Ashwell goal keeper.

GSS finished the game off and made sure of the three points in the dying moments when Marcus Dolby scored in the 89th minute, Tom Wootten putting him through on goal.

St Ipployts and The Cock drew 2-2 in a game of two halves, St Ipps leading 2-0 at the break before the fightback.

Stotfold Juniors were at home against Hitchin Rovers in game which saw eight goals scored and the honours finishing even at 4-4.

Sandon won their away game against Troll Campbell by a 3-1 score to stay in second place and keep up the pressure on Arlesey at the top of the table.

In Division Three bottom of the table Cronies lost 4-2 at home against Down And Under.

Unfortunately, Saint Evenage were unable to raise a team for their game away against Feed Up Warm Up.

Kimpton couldn’t build on last week’s good result and lost 6-0 to third placed Niche.

The final game of the day saw North Herts Hatters maintain their one hundred percent record with their 11th win, this time away against Khoi Khoi.

A 4-0 victory for the Hatters means they are now 12 points clear at the top of the table.