Colts: Alconbury edge nine-goal thriller

Colts Roundup 2-3 May U7 PRIORY Parkside s POM Owen Bevan netted a first half hat-trick but his team lost out in a nine goal thriller as Alconbury Blue won 5-4. Jack Wyles hit a hat-trick and other goals came from POM Riley Redmond and Nico Ellul. Alconb

Colts Roundup 2-3 May

U7

PRIORY Parkside's POM Owen Bevan netted a first half hat-trick but his team lost out in a nine goal thriller as Alconbury Blue won 5-4. Jack Wyles hit a hat-trick and other goals came from POM Riley Redmond and Nico Ellul.

Alconbury Reds lost out in a nine goal bonanza against Warboys. POM was George Bush with the Red goals coming from Tomas Martin, Samuel Martin and a brace from Joe Whitney.


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Unbeaten in the league this season Priory D continued in style in two games against Caldicote and Buckden. Over both matches Owen Meeds netted nine goals, Archie Jones four with other strikes from Ritchie Lambert (3), Josh Osborne (6), Danny Cameron (2) and Ryan Dowson.

U8

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BUCKDEN and St Ives Rangers D gave a great display in the sun which the former won 4-2. POM for Buckden was James Gould who grabbed a goal in the first half along with a double from Josh Jarvis. Callum Spicer made sure of the win with the Buckden fourth goal.

Goals from James Dean and Marcus Read and a well earned POM award for keeper Euan Hamilton were some of the highlights for Brampton Spartans on their visit to Yaxley.

Alconbury Blue players had their scoring boots on at Somersham when strikes came from Harris Lacey (2), Harry March, Emily Eacott and Ben Rycroft. Lawrence Stevens was POM.

U9

LITTLE Paxton defended well in the first half but failed to prevent Brampton Spartans Reds taking a three goal lead into the break. Daniel Coleman scored a fine headed goal for Paxton in a more even second spell but Reds ran out 5-1 winners despite the efforts of Paxtons' POM Ryan Boyden. Reds scorers on the day were Josh Matcham with a double and single via Will Brackley, Nathan Wadey and an own goal with Dan Pedlar taking the POM.

Jordan Johnson hit a hat-trick and took the POM award for Ramsey in a good win against Fenstanton. Other Ramsey goal scorers were Liam Carrigan and Jamie Short with two each whilst Robbie Arthur, Matt Walker and Ollie Stevens bagged singles.

U10

HUNTINGDON Rowdies and St Ives Rangers battled out a 2-2 draw. Finlay Mayers Brandrith netted a double for Rowdies to earn a share of the spoils with Anthony Stewart's performance giving him the POM award whilst Christian Wiggins-Browne bagged a brace for St Ives.

Stukeley Meadows took an early lead against St Ives White but fell to a 4-2 defeat. Alex Rankine gave Meadows the advantage but White hit back to lead 4-1 before Sam Kingswell netted. Matt Wright pulled off some fine stops in the Meadows goal and was awarded POM.

Despite the heroic efforts of the KC Cougars keeper, Warboys took the match 3-0 after a POM performance by Will Sandford and goals from Josh McCammon (2) and Rhys Thomas.

Ramsey took a tight game against Brampton 2-1 thanks to goals from Glenn Ferrier and Jason Quilter with Tom Snare on target for Brampton. William Dines-Allen was POM.

Priory L took their match against KC Cougars 3-1 with goals from Ollie Curliss-Ackrill and Cameron Harris.

Brampton Spartans Blue visited Ramsey Mereside and drew 1-1 thanks to a James Shaw strike. POM performance was put in by Rhys Dobson.

U11

GODMANCHESTER A landed a 12-0 win at the expense of Chatteris with POM Greg Goodwin having a fine match. Godmanchester goals came from Goodwin and Ashley Hehir with a hat-trick apiece, a Jared Sharp double and singles from Lewis Gabb, Ellis Ogle, Peter Southee and James Horrey.

Oscar Hope was Godmanchester B POM against Buckden but despite Max Darer and Douglas Clark netting a goal apiece they went down 3-2.

U12

PRIORY Parkside ran out 9-3 winners against Isleham. Priory led 3-0 inside ten minutes but Isleham hit back to level before Priory ran away with the game. Alessandro Capasso scored seven and Shawn Maumbe a double in the fine win.

Somersham fell to a 5-3 defeat in a fine game at Soham. Kieran Carter bagged a brace and Sam Dew a single.

Needingworth completed a 3-2 win over Buckden thanks to goals from Groome, Circus and Buddle whilst goalkeeper Liam O'Carroll was POM.

St Neots had two matches in the Royston Crow League winning both. Royston were beaten 3-2 with goals from Lewis Davis, Samuel Pritchard and Matt Rothery. At Bishops Stortford, Davis and Matthew Gilbert scored the goals in a 2-1 win.

U14

PRIORY Parkside B enjoyed their visit to Bottisham with a 5-1 win. Christian Duddridge bagged a hat-trick with Harry Joyce and Kevin Neal adding the others, Luke Severn took the POM.

Alconbury have completed the season in fine style with two wins inside the week. Chatteris were well beaten when two goals from Lawrence Francis and singles from Ciaran Quigley, Trent Ewing, Jack Trolove and Ryan Priestman made for a 6-2 win. On Sunday they showed no signs of "end of season blues" when they hit back from three down against Hundon to win 7-6. POM Tom Hughes cracked in five and the other goals came from Jack Trolove and Ryan Priestman.

Joshua Eyre hit the consolation as Ramsey went down 10-1 at Burwell Tigers.

U15

SOMERSHAM came away with a 5-2 win after their visit to Godmanchester. Goals were scored by Liam Smith, Patrick Bayliss, Tyler Mcewen, Matt Burroughs and Micheal Trewick with the team winning 17 from 18 league games.

U16

SOMERSHAM beat Alconbury 3-1 with two goals from Dominic Richardson and a single from POM Sam Sterna whilst the match against Spartak saw nine goals with Somersham getting home 5-4. POM Alex White and Richardson bagged a brace each and Tom Murray hit the other.

GIRLS

St IVES U16 girls led twice against Comberton but had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Sophie Thornton netted a well taken double for St Ives.

Alconbury U14 girls ran out 4-0 winners against an enthusiastic Huntingdon Rowdies side. Ellie Gillespie scored her first for the club with other goals from Laura Ramsaran, Kaya Williams and POM Robyn Barlow.

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