Colts Football - April 19/20
GOALKEEPER Harry Atkins was the hero for Priory Parkside U10R after saving two penalties in a cup semi-final shoot-out against Ramsey. A Harrison Upton goal had given Priory the lead but the Rams pegged it back to leave Atkins the opportunity to steal the
GOALKEEPER Harry Atkins was the hero for Priory Parkside U10R after saving two penalties in a cup semi-final shoot-out against Ramsey.
A Harrison Upton goal had given Priory the lead but the Rams pegged it back to leave Atkins the opportunity to steal the show.
AFTER going one down inside 48 seconds, the U15s hit back to defeat Brampton 3-1. James Gritton netted the equaliser and the win was completed when Tom Hunt and Callum Baker grabbed a goal each.
The U8s defeated KC Cougars 4-1 thanks to a John Beattie brace, one for Jose Cordero and an own goal.
The U7 Reds met their Blue counterparts in a full-blooded derby encounter and raced into a 6-1 lead before making in nine in the closing stages. Thomas Sheldon was in sublime form, smashing eight goals and Matthew Harvey got a single while Harris Lacy scored the consolation for Blues.
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The U13s could only muster a Jonney Collins consolation header against Needingworth, who ran in three, while the U9s lost 12-1 to Priory despite a Jonathan Owen strike.
DESPITE a great team effort, Reds U10s went down 3-2 to Godmanchester Rovers with goals from Fred Jones and Harry Taylor.
The U7s gave St Ives a run for their money but lost out 3-0 despite the best efforts of goalkeeper Ollie Taylor.
Missed chances cost the U14Bs dear as they managed a 3-3 draw against Fulbourn with the goals from Aaron Ellis, Matty Burroughs and Chris Hewitt
CHRISTIAN Le [cor] tucked away a well-taken penalty to give the U12s a 1-1 draw at Spartak, while the U11s recorded a 1-1 draw at Bluntisham after clinching the championship last week.
Spartans U8s were two down, 4-2 up and eventually lost 7-4 against Huntingdon Rowdies. James McKeating hit a hat-trick and Josh Matcham grabbed the other.
THE odd goal in seven went the wrong way for the U7s when they visited Little Paxton. The home side hung on as Buckden stormed back from three down.
NEEDING a win to get to a top two finish, Socon U12s found the NST goalkeeper in an unbeatable mood when they could only grab a point from a 0-0 draw.
EVEN a missed penalty couldn't prevent the U10s marching into the final of the U10 Cup at the expense of Brampton. After a long goalless period, Ellis Ogle broke the deadlock with a solo effort, Peter Southee added a brace and Matt Allan scored number four to seal the game.
Histon Hornets stung Rovers U12s 4-2 in a basement clash which saw Goddy take the lead via a Kacey Nicholson lob and Sean Olley also net.
Rovers U10s eventually defeat Bluntisham 3-2 in a highly entertaining contest which saw Rovers twice come from behind in the first half though Cameron Corden and Oliver Langford before Nathan Brown sealed the win.
The U13As beat Grampian Gunners 3-2 in a see-saw encounter thanks to two long-range efforts from George Jackson and a goal from Alan Owen.
PAXTON U9s were finally over-run by St Ives as the visitors ran in four late goals to double their match tally. Joshua Howard and Ryan Scarr were the pick of the performances.
TWO UP then two down, the U8s finally ran out 7-4 winners against Brampton thanks to a Kasey Douglas hat-trick, two for Joseph Brown singles from Liam Zoric and Emily Smith.
Rowdies U9s lost out 3-1 to KC Cougars, despite benefitting from an own goal.
The U13s tamed Cherry Hinton Lions with a comfortable 6-2 win. There was a brace each for Jake Irwin and Harvey Phillips, with Lewis Steward and Alex Woodbridge completing the scoring.
A VISIT to Huntingdon Rowdies resulted in a 3-1 win for the U9s with Alex Lewsley netting twice and Morgan Brown once
TEAMWORK was the key to a 6-1 win for the U9s when they visited Somersham Black. Ben Casey was the scourge of the home side, bagging no less than four goals, while Daniel Turnbull added two.
BRAGGING rights went to Priory U9C as they saw off Priory U9M 4-1. The Ms took the lead but Thomas Payne, twice, Tommy Fairbrass and Jamie Pearse won it for the Cs.
The U11Js drew 3-3 with Fenstanton thanks to goals from Oliver Rae-Jallal, Alessandro Capasso and Shawn Maumbe.
The traffic was nearly all one-way when the U9As went on a goal rampage against Alconbury, recording a 12-1 win. Reece Beavis and Josh Unwin both netted hat-tricks, there were two apiece for Lewis Ager and Cameron Harris, while Matthew Law and Alex O'Hara completing the scoring.
After a goalless first half, the U15s were blown away by Newmarket who netted six times in the second period to run out comfortable winners.
Christian Duddridge got the U13Bs off to a dream start netting inside two minutes but after that it was only Hundon Hawks that could find the target as they ran in four goals.
RAMS U17 visited Bar Hill to play their final game of a season where they have only lost once, and won 3-1. The goals came from Rory Fenton, Chris Stewart and Ricky Darlow.
The U13Bs lost 8-4 at Hemingford Colts despite two from Steven Lane and one each for Ryan Crant and Jordan Dawbney.
Rams U12 made it two wins this week. After a midweek game against Huntingdon Rowdies which resulted in a 2-0 win with goals from Ryan Judd and Josh England, they travelled to Spartak 78B and won 2-1 thanks to Kyle Ferrier and Jake Galloway.
The Rams U10A lost a nail-biting cup semi-final to Priory R. Despite William Taylor's goal for Rams, the scores were level at the final whistle and Priory nicked it 2-1 on penalties.
The U9s had a 3-2 win against St Ives Rangers R, with Glenn Ferrier netting a brace and Matthew Howes the other, whilst the U8A and U8B sides clashed with the A team runaway 9-1 winners. Sol Goodby hit the consolation for the B side but four from Liam Carrigan, three from Jamie Short and one each for Evan McPartlin and Robbie Arthur won it for the A side.
Charlie Jenkins hit two for Rams U7 as they lost 3-2 at Somersham Gold.
RANGERS U9s visited Great Paxton and recorded an 8-0 win. There were double strikes from the two Callum's - McDuffus and Jones - with the other goals coming from Matthew Wright, Rory Simmons, Thomas Johnson and Luke Packham.
The U7s won 3-0 against Bluntisham with Thomas James, James Elvin and Matthew Loggie on target.
Doulton Kingston was on form as he grabbed a hat-trick for the U13B in a comfortable 4-0 win against Godmanchester. Ryan Amato was the other Ives player to find the back of the net, while the U15ss were brushed aside 4-0 by Ely Crusaders.
Rangers U15 Girls came out second best to Bar Hill when they went down 7-2, Holly Knott and Rebecca Young scored the Rangers' goals.
In their second game of the week they visited Hormead Hares and took away a very good 3-3 draw. Rangers' goals were scored by the Sophie Luckhurst, Knott and an excellent header by Ailish Howard.
Lewis Hopkin had a storming game in goal for the U11B but still couldn't stop Buckden winning the match 4-2. Rangers found themselves two down at the break but goals by Josh Davies and Sam Marjoram put them back in the game at 3-2 only to be denied a comeback when Buckden netted a late penalty.
TOWN U7s had back-to-back games against a strong Letchworth outfit, losing out 7-2 and 4-3. Callan Irvine and Elliot Thorpe netted in the first game while Joseph Watling scored two and James Parker one in the second game.
There was a 7-5 win for the U14s girls in their last league game of the season, which was followed by an excellent performance on Sunday at the Tesco Cup in Birmingham.
Five goals from Heather Birnie and two from Zoe Leddy had sharpened the team up on Saturday and this was followed by wins against Suffolk and Leicestershire at Birmingham. A draw against Northants after defeat to Cambridge City was not quite enough to qualify for the grand finals. Special mention must go to Catherine McKenzie who was named defender of the tournament.
GOLD U9s visited Stukeley Meadows and soon found themselves 1-0 down. They picked up the pace and equalised through Ryan Hampson and further pressure resulted in the same player converting a penalty. Jamie Edgar and Matthew Ford added two more for a comfortable 4-1 win.
JORDAN Thrift-Sommers gave the U9s a deserved lead against Somersham Gold but Stukeley sat back and allowed the visitors to take control and win the game 4-1.