Locking Park produced a better display than the previous encounter, but still slumped to a defeat to promotion hopefuls Hutton.
The surface was far from perfect and this was shown in the first half with 3 penalties being conceded. Hutton got the first and converted it confidently, Locking then had the chance to level the scores but the Hutton keeper pulled off a great save from Ryan Harris to keep the home side ahead. Hutton then won another penalty only for the taker to put it pass the post. Later in the first Locking did equalise, Somers Counsell heading in an Aidan Dancer cross to make it one each at half time.
Hutton got into gear in the second half and after a run from the left and a rash challenge by Aidan Dancer, the referee pointed to the spot once again. The home team scored to take the lead and went on to get two more the game ending 4-1.
A good local derby where Locking will be ruing the missed penalty in the first half. C. Erison Man of the Match went to Somers Counsell.