U7 RAMSEY B had goals from Aiden Godwin and Toby Harding against Warboys. Ramsey A had Riley Larham to thank for a strong goalkeeping performance when they met Buckden Hawks. Ramsey had Kyle Rudland bag two and Ketan Gardner the third. U8 BUCKDEN opened
RAMSEY B had goals from Aiden Godwin and Toby Harding against Warboys.
Ramsey A had Riley Larham to thank for a strong goalkeeping performance when they met Buckden Hawks. Ramsey had Kyle Rudland bag two and Ketan Gardner the third.
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BUCKDEN opened the scoring early against Rowdies when a player turned a cross into his own net. Rowdies equalised via Aaron Hiscock and took the lead just before half time through Tyrese Williams-Ali. A final goal for Rowdies from Rio Douglas sealed the win.
Alconbruy Blue has a brace apiece from Harris Lacey and Emily Eacott and singles from Harry March and Jacob Pack when they visited KC Cougars.
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Brampton Spartans took just seven seconds to score against Little Paxton when Jordan Locke fired home the first of his two goals. The second proved to be a match winner, coming after Paxton had equalised.
Godmanchester Rovers had first-half goals from Dom Forshaw and Tamsyn Sibanda that were enough to give them a lead despite a reply from Somersham's Mark Hampson. Somersham conceded an own goal before Hampson netted a second as Rovers won 3-2.
Ramsey beat Somersham Gold with Tony Wagstaff notching a hat-trick and Peter Reeve grabbed the other goal.
ST NEOTS visited Stevenage for a double header but only managed a 1-1 draw and a 3-1 defeat. Game one ended in defeat despite a Gary Evans goal and in the second match Adam Minnis gave Saints a lead but the hosts equalised in the second half.
Fenstanton Blues got the 'blues' against Ramsey as they lost 10-1. Ramsey had netted eight times before Bailey Parr fired home Blues' only goal.
Fenstanton Reds won 5-3 at Alconbury. Harry Taylor gave Reds the lead and Conor Jones restored it after the home side had equalised. Ireland O'Connell made it three before Alconbury hit two to square the game. Jake Balaam blasted Reds back in front and Blair Reid made sure of the win.
Little Paxton mounted a comeback after falling two behind against Brampton Blue. Lewis Fraser and Jacob Hughes scored for Blue before Daniel Wood led the way with four strikes with two either side of the break and Ross King made sure Paxton won 5-2.
Godmanchester Rovers and Hemingford Red fought out a 3-3 draw. Josh Baverster notched twice and Rowan Chapman once for Rovers.
Huntingdon Rowdies trailed 3-0 to Somersham Orange before a fortunate Thomas Batsford goal started a fight back. Louis Stow and Antony Abthorpe brought the scores level before Martin Saunders sealed their 4-3 win.
PRIORY PARKSIDE had Cameron Harris to thank for all five of their goals as they beat Ramsey 5-2, with the losers' goals coming from Jason Quilter.
Somersham Gold knocked 10 past St Ives Rangers K. Rangers never got of the back foot after Ryan Hampson netted a brace for Gold. Adam Cooper added a second half hat-trick, Hampson completed his hat-trick, Kieran Thompson notched a double and singles came from Dominic Bird and Harry O.
ALCONBURY won 3-1 at Warboys. Alfie Lawford and George Martin gave the visitors a 2-0 lead at the break and Marty Pegam restored the two goal margin after the Witches had netted.
Great Paxton visited Priory Parkside B and after a goalless first half took the lead in the second through Josh Howard. Paxton pushed for a second and were caught on the break when Priory's Fraser Clarke and Adam Dawson both found the net to give Priory a 2-1 win.
St Ives Rangers Reds eventually came out on top against KC Cougars. Will Rolt and Jack Banyard both scored a brace, and James Marshall added one in the 5-1 win.
Stukeley Meadows were 3-0 down in 10 minutes against Bluntisham Blasters White.
Sam Kingswell pegged the score back just before the break and three minutes after the break Daniel Worrall made it 3-2. Meadows pushed for another but still lost.
Ramsey A won 10-1 against Fenstanton Blue with the whole squad finding the net. Liam Carrigan bagged a hat trick, Matt Walker a brace with one a piece for Ollie Stevens, Jamie Short, Evan McPartlin, Jordan Johnson, Elliot Baker-Dagless.
Ramsey B won 6-5 against Buckden. Joe McGuire was on fire with five, with Sol Goodby claiming the other.
HUNTINGDON Rowdies took the lead early in the second half through Connor Lewis against Brampton Spartans after a goalless first half. Brampton then scored twice through Harry Clark and Jack Hall as Rowdies lost 2-1.
Godmanchester lost 3-2 to Ramsey, with goals from Callum Harcourt and Ashley Hehir not being enough.
Godmanchester Rovers B beat Brampton 4-2. Max Darer tapped in the first and Matt Weeks made it two by the break. Cameron Corder extended the lead to three before Brampton hit back with two goals. Oliver Langford made the game safe with Rovers fourth.
Buckden Ospreys won 4-1 away at Priory Parkside. Goals from Scott Irwin, Ed Mitchell, Jake Baltazor and an own goal saw them through.
Ramsey managed to win in a close result game against Godmanchester. Rowan Abraham, Jordan Mays and David Sayer all netted in the 3-2 win for Ramsey.
Needingworth led Cambourne 1-0 after 30 seconds and led with less than 15 minutes to go. A late flurry saw a final unpredictable score of 9-0 to Needingworth. Joshua Wilcox, Joe Brinley and Jake Wren all netted twice and other goals came from Joshua Phillips, Elliot Clymow and Jack Reeve.
Warboys lost 5-2 against Little Paxton. Sam Groome gave the Witches a lead but Paxton raced to a four goal lead before Fraser Jones converted a late penalty.
PRIORY Parkside C had some marvellous saves from goalkeeper Dan Marvell as they beat Cottenham 5-2. Jacob Joyce gave Priory the lead and substitute Peter Feneley notched the other four.
St Ives Rangers B defeated Huntingdon Rowdies 4-1 with Dan Davis, Bradley Smith and Lloyd Schwier all scoring in the first half. The last minute of the match saw Davis notche his second.
Godmanchester B were mauled Burwell Tigers when they hosted them on Sunday. After a goalless first half Tigers won 3-0.
Needingworth returned from Bottisham with a 5-2 win. A hat-trick from Thomas Groome and further goals from George Seach and Tom Wincup sealed the victory.
Godmanchester A lost 6-1 to Fulborne Falcons. Falcons dominated the game and led by four clear goals at the break. Haydon Noble netted a consolation goal for Rovers but Falcons flew away with the win.
BRAMPTON Spartans won 3-0 against Cherry Hinton. Goals in the first half by Christian Le and Adam Pedlar gave Spartans the edge and a Charlie Naylor free kick made it three.
Spartans B returned from Swaversey with the points after a 5-2 win. After Connor Campbell made good early saves it was a superb free kick from George Wooff early in the second half that opened the scoring before further strikes from Jake Burrill, Kieran Bruce and a brace from Charlie Brazier sealed the win.
Godmanchester Rovers won when they visited Stretham Sporting. Goalkeeper Ryan Palmer was on form keeping a clean sheet in the 2-0 win with Simon Zientek and Ben McConnell scoring.
Ramsey beat Newmarket with Dan Short firing in a hat-trick. There was a brace a piece for Liam Parish and Kyle Ferrier, Jake Sterna, Jake Galloway and Cameron Eley all notched.
ALCONBURY had only a consolation goal from Dom Thompson as they lost 5-1 at Milton.
Godmanchester C hit back from a goal down against Benwick to storm to a 4-1 win. Joseph Cattmull hit a brace with Craig Holliday and an own goal completing the scores.
SOMERSHAM marched into the final of the Knock-out Cup with a slender 1-0 win over
SOMERSHAM equalised through Sam Sterna against Mildenhall but the visitors still won 3-1.
Brampton and Alconbury drew 2-2. Tom Hunt bagged an equaliser for Alconbury before the break and Oliver Butler was on hand to put them in front but Brampton snatched their second.
St Neots marched into the semi-finals of the Ken Murray Memorial Cup with a resounding 6-2 win over Royston. Saints led 3-1 inside 20 minutes and by the break there was no way back for Royston as they trailed 5-1. The goals came from Jamie McDonald with a hat-trick, Harvey Miller, Michael Kennoy and a Taylor Brooks header.
St Ives Rangers had taken the lead with a Mark Howe goal against Newmarket but poor marking saw them lose 5-1.
SOMERSHAM trailed Brampton Spartans 2-1 at the break and could find no way through the Spartans defence in the second half, with Ben Colam scoring their goal.
ST IVES Rangers U12 girls over-ran Bishops Stortford 5-0. Tierney Poore netted a hat-trick and Georgia Rebane grabbed two.
Buckden U16 girls competed well in the first half of their game with Peterborough but were a goal down at the interval. Posh upped their work rate after the interval and finished 7-0 winners.