Colts Football - April 12/13

A SAMUEL Squire hat-trick fired Little Paxton U9s to a closely-fought 3-2 victory against St Ives Rangers as Paxton came back from behind. Alconbury BLUES U7s were far from blue when they came back from Willingham with a 4-2 win with Harris Lacey and Be

A SAMUEL Squire hat-trick fired Little Paxton U9s to a closely-fought 3-2 victory against St Ives Rangers as Paxton came back from behind.

Alconbury

BLUES U7s were far from blue when they came back from Willingham with a 4-2 win with Harris Lacey and Ben Rycroft bagging two each.

It wasn't as good for the U7 Reds as they went down 6-3 to Ramsey after taking an early lead through Matthew Harvey. Harry Owen got on the score sheet and Harvey netted his second but Rams were too strong.


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A fine game resulted in a 4-3 loss for the U14s at Fulbourn despite goals from Ali Henderson, Johnny Collins and Jack Moffet.

The U8s remain unbeaten in the league after disposing of St Ives 10-0. John Beattie, Samuel Carter and Tommy Waters provided the platform for goals from Daniel Seaman, five, Tom Brookes, four, and Owen King.

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At U9's George Martin was in a mean mood as he helped himself to six goals when they beat Great Paxton 14-0. Nathan Rigden and Jonathan Owen scored a hat-trick apiece with Jack Brinsen and Sam Kingswell also notching.

Bluntisham

A WILL Heron strike was not enough for Blasters U9 Whites as they lost out 5-1 to Brampton but the U9 Reds restored club honour with a 4-3 win over the other Spartans U9 team.

Blunty controlled much of the play and had goals from Josh Cunningham, Toby Davies, Heron and Jack Deadman to show for their efforts.

The U10s also bagged a 4-3 win away at Graveley. They took the lead with a fortunate own goal, Harry Taylor nipped in for a brace and Luke Young proved to be the match winner with a late goal.

A 4-0 win at Histon kept the U14s' title hopes on track. Ryan Palmer homed in on a hat-trick and Jack Haywood netted the fourth in a comprehensive win.

Brampton

SPARTANS U8 came up against a well-organised Sawtry team and only had a Will Brackley strike from a great pass by Matthew Ortyl to show after a 6-1 defeat.

The U12s entertained Cherry Hinton and turned in an outstanding team performance to record a 5-1 win. Owen Dixon bagged a brace and other goals came from Pete Clark, Josh Dawson and Adam Pedlar.

Spartans U9 Blues crashed in five against Bluntisham who could only manage a single strike in reply. Ross Sales bagged a brace with Nathan May, Archie Smith and Tom Snare all getting on the score sheet.

The U9 Reds were unable to carry on the good work of the Blues as they suffered a narrow 4-3 defeat at the hands of Bluntisham. The winning goal was scored late in the game after Spartans had hit back to equalise twice through Rhys Dobson, Luke Perrin and an own goal.

Buckden

HONOURS were even when Osprey U10s visited Priory T with the final score standing at 2-2. Connor Ray snatched a goal after the hosts had taken the lead and Luke Fennell found time to grab a late equaliser after Fritz Sherenco had kept Ospreys alive with some fine saves.

Buckden U13 Girls took on Cambridge City U13 for the first time in two years for a friendly game. The 5-0 scoreline to City would suggest that they dominated the match but that was far from the truth and with a little more composure Buckden could have scored at least three. Megan Taylor put in some great work on the flanks and Millie Harris, Abby and Ellie Wright's efforts generated attacking opportunities from defence but Cambridge had the last word.

After going 2-0 down the U7s hit back in style to win 7-6 against Caldecote, the winner coming minutes from time.

Cambourne

SEVEN goals hit the back of the visiting KC Cougars net as Rovers U8 showed their class. The match was nicely poised at 4-4 going into the period but a rush of late goals saw the home side take the game. Rovers had Kieran Mears and James Teale to thank for the goals, hitting four and three respectively.

Fenstanton

SEVEN up U8 Reds comfortably held off Somersham Orange, who only had a single consolation goal for their efforts - Harry Taylor was on hand to net a hat-trick, Felix Perez scored two with Elliot Taylor and Blair Reid finishing the rout.

Godmanchester

RUNAWAY league winners Haverhill visited Rovers U12 and proved their worth with a 4-1 win. After falling behind Kacey Nicholson gave Goddy hope with a well placed lob but the second half proved to be nearly all Haverhill as they took the points.

There was a good 3-1 win at Ramsey for the U9s, who had Connor Rice, Jake Bennett and Toby Graham to thank for the goals.

Great Paxton

PAXTON U11s visited Priory J in the Hunts FA Cup and left with a 3-1 win under their belts. Great defensive work was the backbone of the win which saw goals scored by George Halverson, Alexander Perceval and Harry Mullin.

Huntingdon Rowdies

RAMPANT Rowdies smashed 16 goals past luckless Bluntisham U8s to record an emphatic victory. Kasey Douglas led the goal rout with four and Dominic Smith bagged a hat-trick.

Other goals were scored by Liam Zoric, Louis Stow and Martin Saunders with a brace each and Antony Abthorpe, Emily Smith and Gordon Torkonow also got on the score sheet.

League title ambitions disappeared as the U14s went down 2-0 to Priory despite goalkeeper Richard Brandon's efforts.

The U13s also suffered a promotion dent against Whittlesford, going down 1-0 in a disappointing game.

Little Paxton

JAKE Dexter scored twice as the U10s ran out 4-2 winners against Warboys, with Sean Haran and Jake Smith grabbing the others.

Priory Parkside

UNBEATEN all season, the U9Cs comfortably disposed of Somersham Black with a 4-0 win. Harrison Seymour netted a taken hat-trick and Tom Payne added the other.

The U10Rs sealed a 2-1 win against Ramsey with Reece Keating netting both.

Parkside U8P netted a very late winner in their 2-1 win against Little Paxton with Joe Parr getting the winner after Jenson Baird's early strike.

Losing goalkeeper Martyn Cosgrave early in the game gave Priory U13B major problems and they were finally defeated 9-0 by Over.

Ramsey

MORE silverware is on its way to Ramsey after the U17s won 5-1 at Waterbeach to lift the B Division title. Rory Fenton, Chris Bees, Chris Stewart, Sean Hackett and Mike Neil all found the target.

Luke Jenkins played as stand-in goalkeeper as Rams U12 won 2-0 against Priory. Jake Galloway opened the scoring with his first goal of the season and Josh England sealed the points with a header from a Liam Parish corner.

Rams U7 earned a 6-3 win against Alconbury Red with two goals each for Charlie Jenkins and Tony Wagstaff plus one each for Ryan Pratt and Peter Reeve.

The U8As won 11-2 against Priory. Liam Carrigan was on top form with five, Jamie Short and Oliver Stevens both grabbed a brace and Evan McPartlin and Matthew Walker hit one apiece.

Rams U8B shared the goals with Buckden in a 3-3 draw - Sol Goodby, Daniel Sandell and Oliver Bowd were all on target for the Rams, while Dan Wing hit a hat-trick for Rams U10B as they defeated Priory S.

Glenn Ferrier hit the consolation for the U9As against Godmanchester in their 3-1 defeat and James Tortice scored consolation for the Rams U10A as they lost 2-1 against Priory .

Sawtry

BLUESOX U9s hosted Priory and fought out a hard-earned 1-1 draw. Bradley Bird put Sawtry in front in the second period but the visitors grabbed an equaliser only minutes later.

The U7's just fell short when they went down 3-2 to Rowdies. Kian Ince & Louis Crisp netting the goals for Sawtry

St Ives

THERE were no first half goals but Rangers U13As stepped on the gas against Cottenham in the second period. Joe Kelly grabbed a goal before Cottenham hit back to snatch an equaliser, but Rangers kept up the pressure and James Morgan made it 2-1 with a fine solo effort.

In a good display of football by both sets of young players, Rangers U9S finally fell to a 3-2 defeat at Little Paxton. Luke Packham gave Rangers the lead after good work by Rory Simmons. Adam Roberts restored parity after Paxton had netted twice but Paxton hit a late winner.

After a few weeks of inactivity Rangers U15 were ring rusty against Ely, who ran out 4-0 winners, while the U13Bs saw off a spirited Great Paxton with goals from Jack Barber and Doulton Kingston sealing a 2-0 win.

The battle for third spot in the league was finally decided when Rangers U11A's Luke Watson stole in for a late winner in a 3-2 win over Chatteris, following goals from Harry McGregor and Aiden Jackson.

Rangers U9 Reds smashed in 11 against Bluntisham who could only muster a lone strike in reply. Will Rolt led the way with five, Joss Smith hit three, Jack Banyard found time to grab a double all after Elliott Luxford had started the ball rolling.

A semi-final place was won by the U12 Girls as they defeated Burwell Swallows 5-2. They led 4-0 at the break after a brace each by Tierney Poore and Georgia Rebane. Captain Sarah Mosley hit the fifth from the spot to seal the result.

The U8S side visited Bluntisham and recorded a 7-1 win. Lewis Powell snapped up a hat-trick, Jacob Martin followed suit with three more and Sam Webber notched a single. The U10Ps ended a trip to Blunty with a 4-2 win. Ben Keating scored three and Callum Reece got a single in the win.

Rangers U13 B's recorded a 2-0 win against Great Paxton with goals from Jack Barber and Doulton Kingston.

St Neots

TOWN U11s defeated hosts Royston 2-1 in a close game. Lewis Davis hit the opener from long range and Samuel Pritchard notched the winner after earlier having a penalty saved.

Somersham

SIX goals were shared by the Gold U9s when they played St Ives, with Ryan Hampson, an own goal and Mathew Bayford on target.

Warboys

THERE was an exciting game at Little Paxton where the U10s eventually went down by the odd goal in five. Paxton went two up before Ben Harding and Sam Groom grabbed a goal apiece to level the scores. Liam Durber pulled off several good saves but couldn't prevent Paxton's scrambled winner late in the game.

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