Adam the shooting star in Blues’ 11-goal thriller

ADAM Proctor was the four-goal hero for Somersham U8 Blues in their thrilling 6-5 win against Sawtry. Somersham came back from 3-1 down to win, with Liam Townsend scoring twice. Alconbury A GOAL from Owen King and two from Daniel Seaman was enough for th

ADAM Proctor was the four-goal hero for Somersham U8 Blues in their thrilling 6-5 win against Sawtry.

Somersham came back from 3-1 down to win, with Liam Townsend scoring twice.


A GOAL from Owen King and two from Daniel Seaman was enough for the U8s to see off the challenge of Priory.


AN entertaining game saw the U10 Whites draw 3-3 at Buckden. The Whites' scorers were Rowan Wilson, with two, and Dean Worrall.

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The U9s suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of St Ives with Toby Davies netting the consolation effort near the end.

A brace each for Luke Young and Harry Taylor gave the U10s a 4-1 win against


In a solid team display, the U16As defeated Ely 5-2. Ely took the lead but goals from Arron Martin, two from Tom Power, Josh Parker and an own goal sealed the win.

The U14Bs came away 4-2 winners from Godmanchester thanks to a Liam Smith hat-trick and a single effort from Matty Burroughs.

It was a close call for the U11Bs, who went down by the odd goal in five to Chatteris despite strikes from Jamie Bluff and Lewis Bowcutt.


GOALS from Josh Morey with two, Aaron May and Toby Everest gave Spartans U11s a comfortable 4-0 win against Priory.

After a scoreless first period the U12s knocked in five without reply against Priory thanks to hat-trick hero Adam Pedlar, Christian Le and Peter Clark.

Spartans U10 Blues rattled in eight without reply against Somersham. There was a brace each for Cameron Ball and Joseph Cooper, plus goals from Ross Puckey, Owain Collard, Jake Muff and Charlie Mercer.

Five goals from William Brackley, a hat-trick from Josh Matcham and a goal apiece from Nathan Wadey, Thomas Thackray and James McKeating gave Spartans U8s an 11-0 victory against spirited Priory Parkside B.

Blues U9s won a tight game against St Ives Reds 3-2. Harry Wood's brace and an own goal saw the Blues home, while Spartans U13s needed a Will Scott goal to beat Girton.


LUKE Fennell struck twice as Osprey's U10s battle back from three-nil down to draw 3-3 with Bluntisham - Charlie Hanson scored the other.

Harriers U15 Girls met a strong Azure team and despite their best efforts were beaten 11-0 while the U8s were in cracking form as they dispatched Little Paxton 10-1.

High-flying Tottenham Hotspur U13 Girls were the visitors to Buckden and went home with a 2-0 win. The Buckden girls were equal to the task but had little luck in a game that saw their defence play well as a unit.

Eaton Socon

SOCON U12s came home with a 2-0 win against Plantation Youth in difficult conditions thanks to goals from Ryan Lynch and Ollie Broome.


THE referee had a hard time keeping count in Fenstanton U8's 17-3 win at Cambourne. The goal glut was led by Harry Taylor with five and there were hat-tricks from Conor Jones and Felix Perez, plus singles from Blair Reid, Louis Cook, Robert Owen, Travis Hinds and Jake Balaam.

The U8 Blues recorded a 9-0 win against KC Cougars with Andrew Darling netting five times and other goals coming from Jordan Heaford, Oliver Hurst, Daniel Malley and Bailey Parr.


JACK Snare and Trafford Hudson each scored twice as the U13As won 5-0 against Saffron Walden - George Jackson scored the other.

Rovers U12s were no match for a rampant Gamlingay outfit who were 6-1 winners despite Simon Zientek's consolation.

Rovers U13B drew 3-3 with Hundon Hawks with Jake Pearson, Jake Hays and Robert Lynch on the scoresheet.

A late goal from Mereside Rangers U11 saw the U9s draw 2-2 with goals from Jared McNamara and Connor Rice.

Double strikes from Matt Weeks and Douglas Clark saw the U10Bs win 4-3 against Great Paxton.

Great Paxton

A ROUND dozen was Paxton U13's tally on their visit to Hemingford who replied with just two. Ollie Missen hit four, Ash Howard grabbed three, Josh Taylor and Ryan Moorbey scored two and a Josh Taylor goal made it 12.

Paxton U10s led Godmanchester at half-time with two goals from William Whitney and a Lauren Page strike but Goddy ran out 4-3 winners.

Huntingdon Rowdies

ROWDIES U10s went two behind against a good Ramsey team. They hit back with goals from Connor Lewis and Callum Brown but Rams had the final word with a second half winner.

The U13s beat Soham Town 3-1 thanks to goals from Harvey Phillips, Harry Abblitt and Jamie Sprague.

Two goals each for Adam Naylor and Joey Nicholson gave the U14s a 4-0 win against league leaders Hardwick Harriers - Richard Brandon saved a penalty.

Little Paxton

JAKE Smith scored for Paxton U10s in their 1-1 draw with Priory Parkside.


A DOUBLE strike from Joe Riggs and one each for Ben Casey and William Galpin gave the U9s a 4-1 victory against St Ives.

Priory Parkside

PARKSIDE U9A continued their incredible 18-month unbeaten run with goals from Matthew Law, Cameron Harris, Josh Unwin and Alex O'Hara.

The U14s won 1-0 against Cambourne thanks to Josh Benson while Mark Jose's goal was the only consolation as the U13Bs lost 6-1 at Milton.

The U10Rs were made to work very hard for a 3-2 win at KC Cougars with George Crofts netting the winner after Harrison Upton and Ryan Wood had netted earlier.


RAMS U7s sneaked home 5-4 against Little Paxton. Tony Wagstaff hit four and Callum Pauline netted the other.

The U8As cruised to a 17-0 win against Bluntisham with four each from Robbie Arthur and Jamie Short, three from Oli Stevens, two from Matthew Walker and Evan McPartlin, and one for Liam Carrigan and Jordan Johnson.

Jacob Darlington netted five as the U8Bs beat Warboys 8-1 - Elliot Baker-Dagless, Oliver Bowd and Ciaran Seabridge also scored.

William Taylor scored twice and Zak Stevens got the other as the U10As beat Huntingdon Rowdies 3-2 while Joshua Rule and Jack Rhodes scored in the U11s' 2-2 draw with the same opposition.

In a see-saw game the U13As were unlucky to lose to Burwell 4-3 as Reuben Taylor, Oliver Wright and Elliot Smith netted.

Rams U14 went down to Brampton Spartans 4-2 despite goals from Jake Peattie and Louis Shepherd.

There was a good 4-0 win for the U17s against Aztec Juniors thanks to Rory Fenton, Sean Hackett, Ashley Rothery and Ricky Darlow grabbing goals.

Staploe and Duloe

A HAT-TRICK from Sam Scott helped the U11s to a 7-4 victory against Priory Parkside with other goals coming from Ronan Woods, Ben Nazir, Connor Sapsford and Rikky Wimbleton.

St Ives

A hat-trick from Dan Davis helped the U11s to a 4-1 win against Bluntisham, with Michael King also scoring.

The U10Ps led 3-1 with goals from Thomas Alfuth, JK Hudson and an own goal before Priory Parkside staged a comeback to rescue a 3-3 draw.

Two own goals helped the U13Bs to a 9-0 win against Coton Cosmos. There were two goals each for Tom Johnson and Jack Barber and singles from Jeff Black, Jamie Lee-Lines and Sam Taylor.

The U15Bs found life at Mildenhall very difficult as they were beaten 6-1 with Laim McDonald netting, while the U13 Girls won 3-1 at Bar Hill thanks to two from Sarah Mosley and one from Tierney Poore.

The U10Ms played the U10Ss with the Ms coming out 3-2 victors thanks to two from Sam Oliver and one from Peter Masters, while the U15 Girls lost 5-0 to Bar Hill.

St Neots

THE U7s played back-to-back matches against Arlesey and recorded 7-0 and 6-0 wins. Four from Elliot Thorpe and one each for Callan Irvine, Bailey Armiger and James Parker secured the first win, while four from Joseph Watling and one each for Jamie Watson and Gabe Harrison won the second game.

The U8s played twice against Arlesey, losing and winning 1-0, while the U11s were indebted to a string of saves from Ben Kearns as they drew 0-0 at Letchworth.

Saints U8C won 2-1 and 4-3 in two games against Melbourn thanks to goals from Calum Dickerson and Jordan Hancock


ORANGE U8s went goal crazy against Bluntisham as they hit 14 without reply. Charlie Day led the way with four, Jordan Meads and Jack Brett grabbed hat-tricks, Matthew Ordish scored two, while Sam Jackson and an own goal completed the rout.


The U10s lost to Bluntisham even though they had taken the lead. The final score was 3-1 to the visitors.