Colts Football - April 26/27

GLORY awaits St Ives U12 Girls after a great semi-final win against Witchford. St Ives battled back from a goal behind to seal a 2-1 win thanks to an own goal and one from Tierney Poore. Alconbury STILL undefeated in the league, the U8s showed off their

GLORY awaits St Ives U12 Girls after a great semi-final win against Witchford. St Ives battled back from a goal behind to seal a 2-1 win thanks to an own goal and one from Tierney Poore.

Alconbury

STILL undefeated in the league, the U8s showed off their skills with a 15-2 drubbing of Warboys. It was high five for Daniel Seaman and Tom Brooks, with Owen King netting four and Tom Walters also on the score sheet.

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HAT-TRICKS from Ben Johnson and Dean Worrall gave the U10 Whites a comfortable 7-1 win against Brampton Spartans, with Ellis Horsman also on target.

No quarter was given in a tight encounter as Blasters U10 Reds went down to a lone Little Paxton strike seconds before the interval.

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Blunty U14s continued a fine run in the league with a 6-0 win at Ely. Ryan Palmer made it look easy with a hat-trick, while Jack Harwood, Marwan Hussam and an unfortunate own goal kept the title chase on course.

Brampton

A SOLID but occasionally nervy performance against Histon Hornets by the U12As was enough to seal the league title for the second year running. The match was settled by goals from Christian Le [cor], Peter Clark and Owen Dixon.

The U12s beat Huntingdon Rowdies 3-0 with strikes from David Hartley, Charlie Naylor and Owen Dixon in what turned out to be a fine game by both teams.

The U9 Blues drew 2-2 at St Ives after falling two behind, while the U9 Reds played the new St Ives U9 team and ran out 7-2 winners

Buckden

DEPLETED Buckden U13 Girls still managed to dominate against Stevenage in a 1-1 draw despite only having nine players - Lucy Brading netted the equaliser.

The U7s ran in seven against Bluntisham without reply, while Ospreys U10s hit eight past Cambourne. Connor Ray grabbed a hat-trick and other goals were scored by Charlie Hanson, Scott Irwin and hard-working Luke Fennell

Harriers U15 Girls celebrated the end of the season in fine style by beating Sutton Sterling 4-1. Laura Freeman, Sophie Coulman, Rebecca Railton and Miquela McDonald scored the goals.

Cambourne

EAGLES U14s and Chatteris fought out a creditable 2-2 draw. Eagles went behind twice but showed their fighting spirit with goals in each half from Alex Smith and Elliot Cohen-Gold.

Eaton Socon

A THUNDERBOLT from Ryan Lynch capped a great team effort as Socon U12s beat Fulbourn Falcons 5-2. Earlier, two goals from Liam Watts and a goal apiece for Ollie Broome and Rhys Harvey gave the home side a first half lead.

Fenstanton

THERE was a fantastic end to the season for the U8 Reds as they ran in 11 goals without reply at KC Cougars. It was doubles all round for Felix Perez, Connor Jones, Harry Taylor and Blair Reid with Jake Balaam, Louis Cooke and Rob Owen managing singles.

The U8 Blues matched their red counterparts by hitting 11 past Bluntisham. Andrew Darling struck five past a bemused defence with further goals by way of Andrew Shuker, with two, Bailey Parr, Jordan Heaford, Daniel Malley and Tom Rodriguez.

Godmanchester

ROVERS U10A had a resounding 8-1 victory over KC Cougars. The hero of the hour was hat-trick man Greg Goodwin and Peter Southee, who weighed in with a brace. Other strikes came from Calum Harcourt, Lewis Gabb and James Horrey.

There was only a Simon Zientek goal to show for the U12s as they fought desperately for survival points against Histon. Defensive lapses cost them dearly as Histon ran in three.

Doubles strikes from Ashley Hehir and Matt Weeks earned the U10Bs a narrow 4-3 win against Graveley.

Huntingdon Rowdies

ENTERTAINING Rowdies U8s dominated their encounter against Cambourne and ran out 6-1 winners, maintaining their 100 per cent league record. Kasey Douglas with a pair, Martin Saunders, Anthony Abthorpe and Alfie Kitchen put the home side in a commanding position and an own goal added to Cambourne's misery.

KC Cougars

FOUR goals from Alex Lewsley gave his U9 side a 6-0 win at Ramsey, while Luke Gonsalves and Daniel Clark were on the prowl and snatched a goal apiece.

Little Paxton

THERE was a narrow win for Paxton U9s as they squeezed out a single-goal triumph win over Ramsey. It was Shae Humphrey who was on hand to finish off a rebound after a great shot by Ross Cook.

Jake Smith smashed an unstoppable shot into the roof of the Bluntisham net on the stroke of half time to give the U10s a hard-won victory.

Priory Parkside

A STUNNING second half display from the U10Rs left Brampton outclassed. Priory led 2-0 at half-time but ran in a further six after the break with a Harrison Upton hat-trick, two each for Ryan Wood and Reece Keating and one for Dominic Mason.

Lee Chapman scored the U9B side's first ever hat-trick in their 5-1 win against Oundle - after the visitors had taken the lead. Priory's other goals both came from Wesley Stevens.

Priory U15s sank to a 6-1 defeat at the hands of Willingham Wolves. Priory had their fair share of the play but failed to convert chances whereas the Wolves took every chance available. Aiden Maclean's goal was a little too late to prevent the loss.

Priory U11J marched emphatically into the final of the U11 Cup with a 7-0 win over Mereside Rangers. Alessandro Capasso and Callum Kent hit a brace apiece and Matthew Allen, Harry Lindsell and Oliver Rae-Jallal got in on the act with a goal.

The U13Bs blew a two goal lead against Chatteris, who hit back strongly to win 4-2.

Mark Jose netted the first and Luke Severn doubled the advantage before the rot set in.

Ramsey

HIGHLIGHT of the U8's 8-4 win against Little Paxton was an Oliver Bowd hat-trick. He was ably supported by Sol Goodby, who helped himself to a brace, and there was apiece from Ciaran Seabridge, Daniel Sandell and Jacob Darlington.

The U7s fought out a 1-1 draw against Somersham Black with Tyler Mason on target while the U10Bs beat St Ives 4-2 with goals from Jack Napper, Marco Fiore and two from Daniel Wing.

St Ives Rangers

A DAN Jackson hat-trick helped the U13As run out 6-5 winners against Histon in a thriller. The other rangers efforts came from Harry Gwynne, Jonny Duncan and Jack Summers.

The U13Bs went on a big game hunt as they defeated hapless Burwell Tigers 12-1. Jack Barber and Doulton Kingston bagged four apiece, Jamie Lee-Lines got his range for two and Tom Johnson and Jeff Black also found the target.

Rangers U9GA had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Somersham with Jack Tatterall the hero after netting the equaliser with a stunning strike.

A cool Michael Keeley lob was not enough to earn the U15s a point in their match against Royston Eagles, who snatched it 2-1.

Ben Keating crashed in five goals in the U10P's 10-0 defeat of Somersham. Luca Sarath found space to net twice and singles came from Callum Reece, Thomas Alfuth and Aaron Price.

The U8S side netted three times against Brampton who managed only a single goal in reply - Lewis Powell netted the first and Jacob Martin went one better with a brace.

The U15 Girls drew 3-3 against Godmanchester with two goals from Sophie Luckhurst and a third by Holly Knott but Rovers grabbed a late equaliser.

Somersham

DOUBLE strikes from Adam Proctor and Joshua Millar helped the U8 Blues to a 7-3 win against Bluntisham. The other Somersham goals came from Curtis Lee, Ryan Shatwell and Jacob Chaplin.

The U7 Blacks fought out a 1-1 draw against neighbours Ramsey. Having hit the post the Blacks must have thought their luck was out but with less than two minutes to go Mark Hampson deftly deflected the ball home following a cross.

Stukeley Meadows

REVENGE was sweet for Meadows U9s with a 5-0 win over Needingworth after a recent league defeat. Daniel Worrall and Harry Cox put the visitors in front, Sam Kingswell made it three before Cox added his second to make it four and Jordan Thrift-Sommers completed the visitors' dominance with the fifth.

Warboys

AFTER being goalless at the break, Warboys U10s finally overcame a resilient St Ives side 2-1 thanks to a brace from Sam Groom.

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