Blunty far too sharp as they shoot down Hawks

LIAM Smith and George Kehoe both hit hat-tricks as Bluntisham U14B ran out 10-1 winners against Hundon Hawks. Matty Burroughs scored twice and there was one each for Chris Hewitt and Josh Clark. Alconbury A LONE Nathan King strike was little consolation

LIAM Smith and George Kehoe both hit hat-tricks as Bluntisham U14B ran out 10-1 winners against Hundon Hawks.

Matty Burroughs scored twice and there was one each for Chris Hewitt and Josh Clark.


A LONE Nathan King strike was little consolation for the U14s as Little Paxton ran out 6-1 winners.

The U7 Blues went down 3-1 at Rowdies with Jacob Park netting the only goal and the U7 Reds lost 6-2 to Somersham. Thomas Sheldon netted both goals.


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RANGERS U16A couldn't prevent Chesterton Eagles from winning 2-1 in a tight game with Dan Sterna scoring for Blunty.

Blasters U7s netted four times through Ollie Taylor, twice, Sam Johnson and Jack Bradshaw but couldn't prevent a rampaging St Ives side hitting 10.

The U9s came home with a good 1-1 draw from their visit to Stukeley Meadows. Jack Deadman hit the net early on and the hosts netted the equaliser before the break.

The U10 Whites came from behind to win 3-1 against Brampton thanks to Dean Worrall and two from Rowan Wilson.

Luke Sterna netted twice to bring his season's tally to 21 as the U13s comfortably beat NST Strikers 3-0, with an own goal helping Rangers.

The U11s fell to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Priory despite the heroics of goalkeeper James Geary who pulled off several fine saves.


OUTSTANDING performances by Spartans U12s helped them win 5-0 against Priory. Owen Dixon, Charlie Naylor and Pete Clark netted, with Adam Pedlar bagging a brace.

At U9 level the Blues let slip a three-goal lead against St Ives Reds to draw 3-3. Chris Hartley scored twice with Nathan May hitting the other.

The U9 Reds played St Ives GA and won 4-1. Luke Perrin gave them the lead and after Jack Veazey netted twice it was left to Toby Herbert to complete the scoring.

Spartans U8s put in a great effort but still lost 5-3 to Fenstanton. William Brackley, Matthew Ortyl and Toby Le scored the goals.


BUCKDEN U7s proved a class above visitors Willingham as they went on to win 10-1 in a great all-round team performance.

Eaton Socon

A STIRRING second-half performance by the U12s at Papworth saw the visitors run out 4-1 victors.

In an excellent team performance it was Rhys Harvey and Jamie Barker that managed to score a brace each.


ROVERS U12s won 2-0 at Cherry Hinton thanks to two goals from leading scorer Sean Olley - though the home side did miss a penalty.

Goddy U10As journeyed to Ramsey and left with a comfortable 4-0 win. Matt Allan completed his hat-trick in the second half and James Horrey added number four.

Five second half goals by the U10Bs secured a 6-0 romp against Ramsey. Ashley Hehir, Max Darer, Alex Bryden, Matthew Weeks, Nathan Brown and Jack Forster netted.

Great Paxton

PAXTON U13s sent Little Downham packing with a 5-0 triumph which featured two goals each from Peter Clark and Ash Howard plus one for Michael Smith.

The U9s ran into a strong St Ives team and had only Oliver Fitt's goal as a consolation in a 6-1 defeat.

Huntingdon Rowdies

GEORGE Smith netted both goals for Rowdies U10s in a 2-2 draw with Needingworth, while three hat-tricks were scored by Rowdies U9s as they beat Warboys 11-0.

Jake McFarlane, Billy Jennings and Kian Crowe fought over the match ball while the scoring was completed by Finlay Mayers Brendrith and an own goal.

KC Cougars

COUGARS U9s came from behind three times and finally won out 6-3 against Priory.

The hero of the hour was four-goal Alex Lewsley with the other strikes coming from James Wilkins and Thomas Davies Parratt. Goalkeeper George Sturdy saved a penalty.

Little Paxton

A CLOSE game saw the U9s go down 2-0 when they visited Ramsey, the second goal being conceded on the stroke of full-time.


STRIKES from Daniel Turnbull and Ben Casey helped the U9s record their first win of the season - 2-1 against Somersham Gold.

Priory Parkside

PARKSIDE U11J progressed to the next round of the cup at the expense of Fenstanton with a solid 3-1 win thanks to Shawn Maumbe, Matthew Allen and Harry Lindsell.

A goal in injury time denied the U13Bs a draw at Swavesey. Priory had pulled the scores level twice with goals from Harry Joyce and Mark Jose but to no avail.


A GOAL apiece for Glenn Ferrier and Blaize Walker-Gleeson saw the U9As home in a 2-0 win against Little Paxton.

Rams U8As won 5-1 against Somersham Blue thanks to a Jamie Short hat-trick and one each for Oliver Stevens and Liam Carrigan.

The U11s were unlucky against Godmanchester as they went down 3-2 despite some excellent goalkeeping from Adam Butcher. Alfie West and Jack Rhodes scored the goals.

Elliot Cafferkey hit the consolation for Rams U13A as they went down 4-1 to Cottenham Utd and Ryan Crant hit the consolation for the Rams U13B as they were beaten 12-1 by Little Paxton.


GOALKEEPER Daniel Hubbard turned in a great display but was still beaten four times when the U7s entertained Little Paxton.

Not to be outgunned Sawtry fought back to draw 4-4 with Louis Crisp netting a hat-trick and Kian Ince notching the other.


BLUES U8s visited Ramsey but left empty-handed after suffering a 5-1 defeat.

The game was a closer contest than the score suggests and the Somersham goal was scored by Adam Proctor.

Stukeley Meadows.

AFTER falling a goal behind the U9s worked hard to gain a 1-1 draw against Bluntisham. It was Harry Cox who netted the equaliser.

St Ives

THERE were six of the best for St Ives U9L against Great Paxton who managed a lone strike.

The comfortable win was the result of two goals from Kris Atherton, Max Oliver, Ben McNichol, Jack Jefferson and Jacob Texter.

The U9 Reds were three down before they got things together. A great ­fightback resulted in a 3-3 draw ­following goals from Josh Smith, Will Rolt, and Jack Banyard.

The U9S side defeated Ramsey 7-0 thanks to two goals from Callum McDuffus and strikes from Luke ­Packham, Thomas Johnson, Matthew Wright, Adam Roberts and an own goal.

A goal from Stewart Bridge didn't stop the U15Bs losing 2-1 at Hundon Hawks, while two from Lloyd Schwier and one from Bradley Smith couldn't prevent the U11Bs losing 4-3 to Huntingdon Rowdies.

After conceding an early goal the U7Fs came back strongly to beat Bluntisham 11-4. Finding the net for Rangers were Amir Kamel and Owen Charge with a goal each. Billy Driver, James Elvin, and Matthew Loggie all netted a brace and Thomas James grabbed a hat-trick.

St Neots

THE U7s played a double header against Bassingbourn.

The first game was a tight affair with Saints winning 4-2 thanks to Gabe Harrison, Elliot Thorpe, with two, and Callan Irvine.

Hat-tricks for Owen and Joseph Watling, a brace for Jamie Watson, and a goal apiece for Samuel Wilson and Braiden Tidmarsh secured a 10-0 win in game two.

St Neots U8s travelled to Bishop Stortford for a double header. Jaiden Fitzpatrick scored as Saints lost the first game 4-1 while Ruben Rai's effort was the consolation in a 5-1 defeat in game two.

The U9s also travelled to Bishop Stortford, where the A team lost but the B team earned a fine 1-0 win thanks to a long-range effort from Kieran Humphreys.

St Neots U11 enjoyed a 6-4 win against KC Cougars thanks to a Ryan Vale hat-trick, two from Matthew Allen and one from Lewis Davis.


A JAKE Thornton hat-trick and brace from Daniel Malem set the U14s on their way to a 5-0 win against Aztec, while the U10s drew 0-0 against St Ives M.