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ALFIE Toseland scored an incredible hat-trick of corners in Godmanchester U8 s 14-1 win at Somersham. Toby Graham and James Osbourne also netted hat-tricks with Connor Rice, Patrick Forshaw and Daniel Worrall completing the goalscoring. Grady Bruce was na
ALFIE Toseland scored an incredible hat-trick of corners in Godmanchester U8's 14-1 win at Somersham.
Toby Graham and James Osbourne also netted hat-tricks with Connor Rice, Patrick Forshaw and Daniel Worrall completing the goalscoring. Grady Bruce was named man of the match.
GOALKEEPER Callum Howlett turned in an outstanding display as the U14s beat Ely Crusaders B 3-1. Paul Macfarlane, Liam Smith and James Gritton were the players on target.
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Meanwhile, Alconbury U11 lost out 3-1 to Godmanchester C. Cameron Brown scored the only goal with midfielder George Mackay named MOTM.
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A VALIANT goalkeeping display from the visiting custodian couldn't stop Blunty U10 defeating Great Paxton 4-1. Ryan Payne and debutante Joseph Silk each scored one with MOTM Sam Dew netting a brace.
Rangers U10B saw off the challenge of Warboys 2-1. Lewis Bowcutt scored a brace in a fine game with Sam Asby named MOTM. Rangers U11s went down to a heavy 10-0 defeat at Priory Parkside, though they never stopped battling.
A late goal from Matt Charter earned Rangers U13B a 2-1 win against Haverhill. Jamie Styles had scored in the first half with a penalty against the title contenders.
A semi-final exit awaited Rangers U15, who lost out 2-0 to a physical Powerleague side in the Hunts Cup. The score was goalless at half time, but Powerleague clinched the win after the break.
A GREAT performance wasn't enough to stop Spartans U8 going down 5-3 to Sawtry Blue Sox. Harry Wood scored all three goals for his side, earning him the man of the match award.
Meanwhile, the U12s drew 4-4 against NST Strikers. Jack Snare scored a double with Dewi Brettle and Jimmy Witherall netting the others.
TEAM of the week (see below) Buckden Kestrels U12 Girls agonisingly lost out on penalties to table-toppers Moulton Magpies. Hannah Allen gave her side the lead before Sarah Palmer doubled the advantage. However, Moulton battled back to secure a place in the cup final, breaking Kestrel hearts after what was a superb display.
Eagles U10B drew 1-1 with KC Cougars with MOTM Sam Crane netting the goal for Buckden. Falcons U10 earned a 2-0 win against Sawtry Blue Sox with George Haverson and James Atherton netting and Ben Burton picking up MOTM.
A Rhys Williams double earned the U13 Buzzards a 4-2 win against Priory Parkside. MOTM Joe Smith and Josh Ling were also on target.
The U14A Harriers won a tight game against Comberton Crusaders 2-1. Miquela McDonald scored twice to secure the win while Lianne Griffiths picked up player of the match.
THERE was a surprise win for Eaton U10s at the weekend, with Alconbury defeated 2-1 in a cup fixture. Man of the match Connor Sapsford and Sam Scott scored the goals.
A goal from MOTM Ollie Broome wasn't enough to stop Eaton U11s losing out 2-1 to Godmanchester B.
Tom Dunstan earned MOTM for his defending in Eaton U12s' 2-2 draw with Witchford. Jonathan Wood scored both goals for Socon.
Ryan Baxter scored six as Eaton U14s crushed Cambourne 15-0. Rob Melanie also scored a hat-trick with Jack Truett, Rob Barron and John Woods each scoring a brace.
A LATE winner from Jake Burill earned Rovers U11B a 2-1 win against Eaton Socon. Tim Gladding scored the other with Lewis Davis and Burill named the stand-out players.
Rovers U13C thrashed Needingworth B 6-3 in a mud bath. Fraser Gant won MOTM with Harry Darer, Sam Bahl, two, Oliver Le Farge, two, and Oliver Notley all netting.
A much-improved Godmanchester U9B were unlucky to lose out 3-0 at Little Paxton, despite Oliver Langford's fine performance.
A seven-goal thriller saw Rovers U10A defeat St Ives 4-3. Two from Josh Stephens, a deflected Elkanah Sibanda effort and a winner from MOTM Luke Johnstone made up the scorers.
Kasey Nicholson, Sean Olley and Simon Zientek were on target to help Rovers U11C to a 3-1 win against Alconbury. Scott Johnston was MOTM.
Two goals from Ant West were added to by Stephen Rosamond and Michael Prime as Rovers U17 saw off Parkside 2000 by four goals to one.
A LONG break from action didn't stop the U9 Reds earning a 1-1 draw with Warboys Colts thanks to James Freeman's goal and Sebastian Faux's MOTM effort.
The U11 Reds earned a 3-2 win against Godmanchester A thanks to a hat-trick from Ben McConnell and goalkeeper David Hall's man of the match performance.
PAXTON U15 earned an important win against Warboys. Jack Crawley opened the scoring before Glynn Dawson, three, and man of the match Tommy Simpson, two, stole the show. The final score was 6-1 to Paxton.
A COMEBACK earned Rowdies U13 a 3-2 win against champions Histon Hornets. Jake Thornton scored and was MOTM, with Lewis Hammond and Joey Nicholson also netting.
THE quarter-finals of the Cambs knock-out cup await Priory U11A after a convincing 10-0 win against Bluntisham. The scorers were Jack Bowen, Mayson Byatt, two, Peter Clark, three, James Miller, Ryan Barnett, Tom Meech and Connor Hehir.
Priory U12A lost out 2-0 to St Ives Rangers despite an excellent team effort in the second half to turn the score around. Meanwhile, Priory U10J earned a 3-1 win against St Ives Rangers R.
Two goals apiece from Gareth Ekins, Danny Cain and Lindsey Smith helped Priory U13C to a 6-4 win against St Ives Rangers B.
Parkside U9F earned a 9-4 victory against Brampton Spartans A. Jordan Brown hit a hat-trick with other goals from Tom Fletcher, Ben Loader, Jake Purdie and Alfie Mcguiness. MOTM Adam Walker hit a double to complete the scoring.
A HAT-trick from Ricky Darlow helped the U15s to a 7-2 win against Little Paxton. Ashley Tribe scored twice, with Tom Power and Aaron Martin also scoring.
The U12As defeated Ely Crusaders
3-2 thanks to two goals from Scott Duncan and one from Ollie Bailey.
Sawtry Yellow Sox were cast aside
5-3 by Ramsey U10B. John Day scored a hat-trick with Charlie Corrigan and Andrew McDade on target and Nick Presland MOTM.
Goals from Daniel Wing, two, Jordan Mays, two, and Marco Fiore helped Rams U9B to a 5-2 win against Great Paxton while the U8As lost 3-1 to Priory A, despite Jake Parish's goal.
Ramsey U7A and U7B played a friendly, with the A team winning 11-3. Liam Carrigan, Oliver Stevens, Jamie Short, Jordan Johnson, Matthew Walker, Robbie Arthur, Evan McPartlin, Elliot Baker-Dagless, Sol Goodby and Jacob Darlington were among the scorers.
THE Blue Sox U8 dominated their match with Brampton, winning 5-3. James Goff, Nathan Baker and Charlie McKay all found the net with Olly Crisp named MOTM. Meanwhile the U10 Blue Sox lost out 2-0 at Buckden.
MATTHEW Ordish and Sam Jackson both scored, but it couldn't stop Somersham U7 Orange going down to a 7-2 defeat at Alconbury. Jack Brett won MOTM for his goalkeeping.
St Ives Rangers
A SOLID performance earned Rangers U8R a 7-1 win against Little Paxton. Will Rolt and Josh Smith both scored hat-tricks with James Marshall also on target.
Rangers U8L triumphed 6-0 against Ramsey. MOTM Kris Atherton scored twice with Jack Jefferson, Max Oliver, Ben McNichol and an own goal completing the scoring.
A game of two halves saw Rangers U11 Girls win 3-2 against Comberton. Morgan Ashurst won player of the match for her two goals with Jade Wesley also on target.
Holly Knott, Anna Harper, Eleanor Stanton and Sophie Thornton scored as Rangers U14 Girls knocked Isleham United out of the league cup 4-1.
Sam Skinner's long range effort helped Saints U10G win 3-0 at Fenstanton. Scott Wilkinson and Omar Badaway also scored while James Campbell was MOTM.
Rangers U13A progressed into their second cup final of the season with a
4-1 win against Grampian Gunners. MOTM Ryan Potts netted with the other goals coming from Tyler Martin and an Adam Radley brace.
Saints U12B won a keenly-fought contest against Hemingford Colts 4-0. Tom Woodrow, Jack Baker, Jason Billam and Josh Fitzjohn scored with MOTM going to full back Kieran Enticknap.
Rangers U10R lost out 3-1 to Priory Parkside J while the U12A side
triumphed 2-0 against Priory. James Morgan and Jonny Duncan netted with Nick Browning performing well in goal.
St Neots Town
SAINTS U8 Blues earned a close 1-0 win against Letchworth thanks to Isaac Clarke's goal and MOTM Mikey Duddridge's goalkeeping efforts. The U8 Whites won out 2-1 against the same opponents. Callum Moore and Nathan Downes netted while Kieran Humphrey was MOTM.
A goal from Callum Donnelly wasn't quite enough to earn St Neots U18s a win against Stotfold, the match ending 1-1.
St Neots U11s saw off Bar Hill 10-2 thanks to five from Tom Fordham, three from Jamie Barker, a Will Starkey effort and an own goal. Thomas Atkinson was MOTM.
Town U10 Whites lost out 3-2 against Buntingford Cougars. Lewis Davis and Dominic Smith netted while Jack Brown was MOTM. The Blues won
7-0 against the same opponents. Matthew Allen scored four and won MOTM. Samuel Pritchard bagged a brace with Jay Wells also on target.
Saints U7s played two fixtures at home to Stevenage. St Neots won the first 1-0 thanks to MOTM Cameron Fone and repeated the trick in the second thanks to Callum Taylor's goal and Aedan Pearsall's MOTM effort.
THE U10s lost their first match of the season, 2-1 against Bluntisham Rangers B. Matthew Brown scored Warboys' only goal of the game.