Cambs Colts Football: Hat-trick hero Noble hits 'em for six

HAYDON Noble has become the hat-trick hero of the Godmanchester U12A team after hitting six of them in six consecutive matches. Noble has now scored 22 goals in eight games – his latest hat-trick put his side on its way to an 8-2 win over Sawston at the

HAYDON Noble has become the hat-trick hero of the Godmanchester U12A team after hitting six of them in six consecutive matches.

Noble has now scored 22 goals in eight games - his latest hat-trick put his side on its way to an 8-2 win over Sawston at the weekend.

However, Godmanchester has to come from behind after going 1-0 down thanks to a strike after just 30 seconds. But they quickly started to get a hold of the game and two goals each for Eric Nyathi and Jamie Rutter gave Goddy a 4-1 half-time lead.

Rutter then got his hat-trick in the second half and Noble added to the scoring with a second half hat-trick.

A well-worked Sawston goal gave them a second half consolation.


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BUCKDEN Juniors White played a skilful Bluntisham Blasters Red team in a friendly. The first half was end-to-end as both teams scored some stunning goals. Buckden's Laurence Palmer interlinked with Josh Jarvis, who went on to complete a personal hat-trick before half time. Meanwhile Joe Brooks scored a hat-trick in the second half, whilst Louie Spicer's determined following up of the loose ball earned him a late goal. Despite Ashley Brewer's fantastic saves, Bluntisham also scored numerous times in this close contest.

Harry England scored four as Warboys played Chatteris. Harry Walker also scored two while Ellis Ball, Keiran Robertson and Dillan Scott all got one each. Chatteris scored one goal in a spirited performance.


ST NEOTS U9s played two games at home to Royston, but ended up losing both games to the same 2-0 sore line.

In the first game there was some good play between Saints' Lewis Yeoman and Stevan Shaw which ended with a shot going just wide. But Royston scored in both halves to win the game 2-0.

In the second game there was some goods saves from Jake Weymouth but St Neots were 1-0 down when Ben Carpenter was fouled in the box and the home side were awarded a penalty. The Royston keeper pulled off a great save from Callum Taylor's spot kick and Royston scored again to win 0-2.

Priory Parkside scored five against St Neots Town Youth Saints, but ended up losing as Saints scored 14.

Rams U9B played a friendly with Little Paxton won 13-6. Joe McGuire was on target with five, Austin Draycott and Sol Goodby scored hat-tricks and Ciaran Seabridge and Jacob Darlington both hit one apiece.


ST IVES Ranger Whites and Stukeley Meadows played out a 3-3 draw. Stukeley raced into a 2-0 lead in the first three minutes. Samuel Kingswell and Daniel Worrall combined to provide Harry Cox with the first - a great volley - and seconds later Kingswell scored the second.

Rangers came back and despite some fine saves from Matt Wright, scored three times before the break. Both keepers were busy in the second half but in the final few minutes Meadows' Kingswell took advantage of an error by the St Ives keeper to score his second.

Mereside Rangers had the upper hand in the first half with some good defensive play. A stunning long range strike by Connor Rice was the only Godmanchester goal in the first half, against three by Rangers. A busy second half soon redressed the balance, a brace from both Archie Campbell and Jake Bennett made it 5-3 and Alfie Toseland completed the scoring.

Alconbury Colts and Bluntisham Blasters Red fought out a 2-2 draw. Alconbury remain unbeaten thanks to goals by Storm Gardner.

St Ives Rangers Reds beat Cherry Hinton A 2-1. Both sides defended well, but after the break Cherry Hinton took the lead with St Ives responding with neat finishes from Will Rolt and, five minutes later, Christian Wiggins-Browne.

In the league cup second round St Neots Town Youth Blues put six past Sawbridgeworth Juniors who managed two in reply. Saints had been two down but an own goal and a Joshua Roberts srike in the second half brought them level. St Neots controlled the extra time scoring four goals. Samuel Piesse, Ronny Wheeler, Sam Cartwright and another from Roberts won the game.


THE Priory Parkside U11 came away from Huntingdon Rowdies with all three points in a close fought 3-2 win.

Priory found themselves behind on two occasions as George Smith opened the scoring with an excellent goal for Rowdies. Priory Parkside equalised and Callum Brown put Rowdies ahead again.

Priory goals came from Dominic Mason, Reece Keating and Harrison Upton.

Ramsey U11 won 5-0 win against Warboys Colts. William Taylor and Rowan Abraham both scored two and Jack Napper hit the other.


PRIORY Parkside U12C were away to Needingworth in what was set to be an even match.

Needingworth took an early lead but Priory equalised when Peter Feneley ran on to a long drop kick from Dan Marvell to make it 1-1 at half time.

Needingworth came out fighting in the second half and dominated the centre of the pitch, scoring several goals despite fine performances from Priory defenders Scott Davies and Cameron Flowers. The game ended 6-3 to Needingworth.

Somersham Town Colts A played club rivals Somersham Town B in close game.

The first half was evenly matched, with both teams creating few chances. In the second half Somersham A went ahead with a fine finish from Kieran Carter, who then doubled the lead. The B side pulled a goal back before Henry Overall made it 3 -1. The B team kept fighting and made it a tense last 10 minutes by pulling another goal back. The game finished 3-2.

Needingworth Colts took on Priory C in a game which saw four more goals from in-form striker Thomas Groome contribute to a 6-3 for Needingworth. Thom Circus scored two.

St Neots turned on the style to beat Royston 8-1. The scoring started when Nathan George broke the deadlock with a debut goal. This was quickly followed by two strikes from Matthew Gilbert and a tap in for Lewis Davis. George added his second to take the score to 5-0 at the interval. The second half began in similar fashion with Gilbert completing his hat-trick before the hosts pulled a goal back. However, Samuel Pritchard scored for Saints before Gilbert completed the scoring with his fourth and the team's eighth.


OUTSTANDINGS saves from Connor Campbell and a fantastic second half comeback saw Brampton Spartans U13B win 3-1 at Chatteris Town Youth B.

Spartans goals came from Kieran Bruce, Jake Burrill and Charlie Brazier, which cancelled out the home side's first half lead.

Defending champions Brampton Spartans travelled to Spartak A, their closest challengers last season, and came away with an impressive 3-0 victory. Right from the first whistle the visitors never gave their hosts any time on the ball and went ahead when Thomas Biddle intercepted the ball, Christian Le moved it wide to Owen Dixon who put over an excellent cross for Ryan Barnett to score. A second was always likely and it came from Levi Massie who turned brilliantly and put the ball past the keeper. The second half was much more even. But Brampton soaked up the pressure and when Christian Le's shot hit the crossbar, Adam Pedlar made it three.


RAMSEY won 8-4 against Little Paxton in the Cambs League. Sam Pettitt scored four, Joshua Eyre claimed a hat-trick and Ryan Crawt grabbed one.

Huntingdon Rowdies U14s losing streak continued with a 9-0 defeat at home to Aztec Juniors.

Alconbury Colts drew 3-3 with Milton Colts - Alconbury came from behind three times. Two goals from Tom Hughand a single from Glyn Smith.

Priory made went to Lakenheath missing several key players and were 4-0 down at half time. Priory regrouped at half time and put in a much better second half performance, creating several good chances nut only converting one of them when Alan Burgess smashed his first for the team. Priory pushed forward but conceded two more to lose 6-1.


SOMERSHAM continued their fantastic start to the season with a fine win at Sawston. In a slow start, Somersham took the lead in the first five minutes only for the hosts to equalize. Somersham retook the lead and from then on never looked like losing it, despite the hosts missing a penalty.

A further three goals finished the match off. Michael Trewick, Judiel Malubay, Matt Burroughs, Josh Clark and Liam Smith scored the goals in the 5-1 win.

Ramsey U15 went down 10-2 to a strong Spartak 78 side. Luke Seery and Thomas Heyes were on target for the Rams.

In a tight game, Huntingdon Rowdies edged past St Ives Rangers in a 3-2 victory. Two goals from Joey Nicholson and a single from Daniel Moulds, his first for the club.