A crucial month ended somewhat disappointingly for Ramsey Pavilion FC as one win and two defeats, to two of their nearest rivals, saw their outside chances of promotion take a setback. Things had started brightly for the men in Blue & Black with a 3-2 home win over Wisbech St Mary 'A' thanks to two goals from Jake Burton and one from Player / Manager Matt Brading which sent them up to 3rd in the Cambs Division 2B Table.
Next up was the visit of high flying AFC Barley Mow. A win for the home side would have blown the race for promotion wide open but the reality was that Barley, and particularly their Striker Josh Turner, proved too strong, eventually running out 5-1 winners with Turner grabbing all five goals for the visitors and Jake Burton scoring a consolation goal for Pavilion.
Ramsey Pavilion had a chance to make amends the following Saturday when they travelled to 4th placed Brampton Reserves but again, came up just short. Despite several first choice players being away, Pavilion competed well and held the upper hand for long periods of the game. Striker Kyle McPartlin managed to bag himself two goals but the Pavos were unable to hold on, eventually going down 3-2.
Two disappointing defeats but Pavilion still find themselves in 4th position in the league with 6 games to play, 4 of those at home, and a game in hand over the teams around them. Director Nick Kay said "Despite two defeats in the last two matches, a 3rd place finish is still a very real possibility and would represent a huge achievement for a club in its first season of competitive Football"