Colts football: Match reports
Priory Parkside THE U13As returned to action for the first time this year and cruised to a 3-1 win over St Ives Rangers, making it 14 wins in succession. Cameron Brettle opened the scoring after a great ball from George Tolliday set the striker through, a
THE U13As returned to action for the first time this year and cruised to a 3-1 win over St Ives Rangers, making it 14 wins in succession.
Cameron Brettle opened the scoring after a great ball from George Tolliday set the striker through, and Brettle made no mistake as he dispatched the ball over the advancing keeper.
Thomas Moffat then doubled the lead after profiting from good work from Adam Barnett before Gordon Logan completed the scoring and sealed the win.
MoM went to Adam Kidman.
SQUAD: Adam Barnett, Kyle Batten, Dan Birkinshaw, Cameron Brettle, Ryan Brown, Sean Enos, Ryan Ferrera, Connor Hall, Adam Kidman, Gordon Logan, Thomas Moffat, Aiden McLean, Chris Newton, George Tolliday, Daniel Wright.
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THE U13Bs lost 6-2 away from home to a well-disciplined Bluntisham side.
Priory were not at their best and went one down early in the first half before good work from Ryan Baxter and Blair Christie left Harvie Millier to strike the ball home.
Bluntisham then stepped up a gear and made it 3-1 at half-time, giving Priory an uphill challenge.
Priory did pull one more back from Ryan Baxter, but this time Blunty were in top gear and made no mistake making the final score 6-2.
MoM for Priory was Garth Mooney, who had an outstanding game, covering every blade of grass on the pitch.
THE U12Bs lost 2-1 to Ely Crusaders, with the Priory goal coming from Lewis Miller. MoM was Gregg Narbett.
SQUAD: Jonathan Bannister, Matthew Nicholson, Joseph Kokotka, Lewis Miller, Gregg Narbett, Karl Samal, Seb Hall, Nathan Donnachie, Joe Bradbury, Jamie Green, Adam Williams, Kane Coombs, Aiden Stockwell, Andrew Laverty.
THE U11As beat KC Cougars getting off to a flying start that saw them take an early 2-0 lead, the goals coming from Jake Manlow and Alex Bonafont.
Priory managed to lose their lead and found themselves at 2-2, with Chris Cresswell saving a penalty and having a shot come off the post. It was in the dying seconds of the game that saw a perfect pass from Joe Smith to leave Manlow to out pace the defence and blast the shot past the keeper. MoM was Alex Bonafont
SQUAD: Chris Cresswell, Ryan Thomas, Barry Hilton, Josh Feitelson, Ryan Thomas, Jake Manlow, Charlie Simpson, Joe Smith, Cameron Dunlop, Ieuan Oram, Noah Cross, Alex Bonafont, Adam Welham, Freddie Hedges.
PRIORY U9Js drew 0-0 with St Ives Rangers, despite MoM performances from Ryan U and Callum K.
SQUAD: Callum R, Ryan U, Callum K, Joshua H, Edward K, Harry H, Jack C, Eliot R-J, Oliver R-J, Matthew A.
PRIORY U9L overcame St Ives, 2-1, on a sticky pitch not conducive to crisp, passing football.
Jay Lambert opened the scoring for Priory with a close range effort and, shortly after, Harrison Upton doubled the scoring, reacting the quickest after a goalmouth scramble to tap the ball home.The home side pulled a goal back in the second period, but Priory held on and battled well to secure victory.
SQUAD: Stuart Chamberlain, Connor Young, Scott Pavely, Nathan George, Harrison Upton, Callum Stockwell, Jay Lambert, Alex Cane.
TWO goals from striker Tim Hollick and one from Kyle Crook were enough to secure a convincing 3-1 win for the U15s in a competitive match against Warboys. MoM was captain Michael Mackrell, who lead by example.
SQUAD: Sam Burridge, Tom Ladlow, Warren Hays, Sam Maryon, Josh Marriott, Micky Olding, Toby Morgan, Craig Magee, Jordan Bays, Michael Mackrell, Tim Hollick, Kyle Crook, Daniel Leonce, Lewis Waldron, Tom Murphy.
A CRACKING game of football produced a 4-0 victory for Alconbury U11s against St Ives C.
In a hard fought game by both sides, Alconbury buried their chances with goals from Harry Moffett, Jordan Forshaw, Jack Sheppard and Dann Duckworth. MoM went to Michael Gadsdon for a terrific display at full back.
SQUAD: Matt Davies, Alex Duthie, Trent Ewing, Ryan Priestman, Mike Gadsdon, Danny Duckworth, Thomas Hughes, Luke McKenzie, Harry Moffett, Jack Sheppard, Jordan Forshaw, Sarah Scott, Ciaran O'Reilly, Bobby Tagg.
RANGERS U14s lost their 100 per cent record to a determined Ellesmere side, with a 1-0 defeat after a last minute Ellesmere winner.
Although Bluntisham had the majority of the possession they were unable to convert this into goals
RANGERS U13Cs scored six for the second week running to maintain their push for promotion, seeing off Priory 6-2.
Robbie Read got them off to a great start when he raced clear and beat the keeper with a crisp low shot into the corner, before Priory levelled the scores.
Rangers continued to press and were rewarded when Tyler Manly headed in at the near post to make it 2-1.
The third, and best goal of the game, came when keeper Jake Isaksen threw the ball out to Alex White, who laid it wide to Read.
He cut inside a defender and slotted the ball through to Manly who blasted it past the keeper for his second of the match. After a sluggish start to the second half, Rangers clicked back into top gear when Tom Murray thumped home a free kick and Manly rounded the keeper to complete his hat-trick.
Priory pulled a goal back late on but there was still time for Manly to score his fourth from close range and make it a "Six of the best Sunday" for Rangers. Joint MoM were Robbie Read and Tyler Manly.
IN THE County Cup quarter-final, Blunty U12s more than played their part against ICA Juventus, but eventually lost out 5-2.
The Peterborough side raced into a two-goal lead before Simons and Schweir combined well for Sterna to pull a goal back before the break.
After the break, Blunty piled on the pressure and eventually Simons won a penalty. Schweir converted, and the game was level and going into extra-time.
The game turned in ICA's favour in the opening minutes of the additional period, when Simons and Sterna were denied by the acrobatic ICA keeper.
A breakaway gave ICA an opportunity and a thundrous strike saw the ball in the back of the net, before another two goals saw Blunty off in what was an epic game.
THE U11s romped to a 4-0 win against Rowdies, courtesy of two goals in each half.
Jack Uttridge opened the scoring before Mathew Worrall doubled the lead before the break.
Despite a more committed performance in the second half, Michael Rowden broke on goal and finished well to make it 3-0 before Tom Hodson found the back of the net to open his account for Bluntisham and make the final score 4-0.
REFRESHED from the Christmas break, a determined U10A side were aggressive from the first minute which helped them to a 4-1 win at Papworth.
Max Fuller opened the scoring after good work from Dominic Gowland. Dominic Stevens soon added two more after clinical passing from Chris Parish and Max Fuller leaving Papworth 3-0 down at the break.
Soon after the re-start, Parish stole the ball in the six-yard box and made it 4-0. Papworth managed a consolation goal after a rare visit into Blunty territory. MoM was Max Fuller after a good performance
BLUNTY U10Bs drew 1-1 at Waterbeach, courtesy of a goal from leading scorer Ben Rittel and an inspired goalkeeping display from Ashley Clifton, who made three great saves in his first full game as Blunty keeper.
In the second half, Waterbeach got a deserved equaliser, but Blunty didn't let their heads drop, despite the high calibre of the opposition.
There were lots of great all round performances, but special mention goes to Michael Pangratiou and Jake Sterna for their tireless work. Alex Merry was his ever-impressive self as was Tim Alazwine, who never stopped giving 100 per cent.
THE U13s played Hemingford in a keenly contested game in which Hemingford eventually won 3-2.
Brampton's goals were courtesy of an Arran Mackay brace on his debut against his former team mates.
SQUAD: Amit Puntambekar Benn Stocker Chris Jackson Richard Kelsey James Wilkinson Lewis Long Nick Garner Adam Barrett Luke Gatford Adrian Ganna Arran Mackay James Maisey, Neal Harrison.
SPARTANS U12s gained their third win of the season with a strong 2-0 performance at Chatteris Youth. Good work by Jake Shepherd put Will Kenmir clear, and his vicious shot whizzed in at the near post. The Spartans back line never looked like being breached, and the points were sealed with a typical Tim Major finish. Rob Ellington and Joe Hamblin were awarded a joint MoM for excellent first half performances.
SQUAD: Tom Davies, Harrison Hinde, Joe Hamblin, Liam Robinson, Jack Kenmir, Ben Greenall, "Chippy" Richards, Robert Ellington, Kieran Priest, Josh Read, Will Kenmir, Jake Shepherd, Tim Major.
A DETERMINED second half performance wasn't enough to save the U11s, who lost 3-1 to St Ives A.
A well-taken goal by Jack Snare brought Spartans back into the match after St Ives had gone two up, but there were no more alarms for the visitors who ran out comfortable winners.
THE Falcons beat Ramsey A 5-1, with goals from Ben Evans (2), MoM Brad Lucken, Ben Thompson and Charlie Barlow. Ramsey managed a consolation goal in the closing stages.
SQUAD: Ben Thompson, Matthew Rothery, Charlie Barlow, Ben Evans, Jake Trainell, Brad Lucken, Charlie Ling, George Haverson.
THE U12 Buzzards started their 2006 campaign by winning this close encounter with Bluntisham, 5-2.
MoM Toby Pleasants scored his first goal of the season to give Buckden the lead, coolly slotting the ball past the keeper. Bluntisham were never out of contention and kept the pressure on, forcing Josh Owen in to making some fine saves.
Buckden extended their lead through Matt Carpenter latching on to a well worked corner but Bluntisham replied almost immediately to make it 2-1.
Following some good work down the left wing, Tom Wright struck one in to the roof of the net to make it 3-1 before Joe Pengelly extended the lead further with a strike from outside the area.
Bluntisham never gave up and deservedly scored another following a goal mouth scramble but Ben Salmon wrapped things up for Buckden with a surging run and goal to make it 5-2.
SQUAD: Josh Owen, James Freeman, Ben Salmon, Tom Gosschalk, James Horne, Sam Breacker, Joe Pengelly, Toby Pleasants, Tom Wright, Matt Carpenter, James Freeman.
THE Harriers U13 Girls simply swept away a hard working Aztecs side, 10-0. Buckden started the game well with Lianne Griffiths and PoM Kim Lynch giving the Harriers a 2-0 lead within the first 10 minutes of the game.
In the second half the Harriers came out with all guns blazing and two more goals from Kim Lynch, one from Sophie Coulman, Loren Ellard, Kim Lynch and two from Miquela McDonald added to an own goal completed the scoring.
SQUAD: Molly Avery, Ellen Clark, Sophie Coulman, Jo Davis, Loren Ellard, Laura Freeman, Lianne Griffiths, Kimberley Lynch, Miquela McDonald, Rebecca Railton, Becky Rowan, Kimberley Smith, Lucy Somerville-Large, Alex Sherenco, Emily Trebes.
A GOOD all team display produced another excellent performance and result for Eaton U13s, as they saw off Swavesey, 5-3.
A series of excellent stops from Andy Ross kept Eaton in the game early on before goals from Kieron Dawson, Rob Barron and a hat-trick from Rob Melanie sealed the win.
SQUAD: Andy Ross, Craig Gardner, Matt Thomson, Rob Barron , David, Skillicorn, Rhyley Griffith, Josh Moles, Jack Truett, John Woods, Kieron Dawson, Rob Melanie, Matty Brown, Danny Howlette, Ashley Earles.
ROVERS U13 girls team lost 3-0 away to table-toppers Cambridge City, but the game was much closer than the scoreline suggests.
Cambridge took the lead within two minutes, with Goddy being caught napping. The visitors battled back, defending resolutely and posing problems in attack.
The second half saw Goddy miss three gilt-edged chances, one saved by the excellent Cambridge keeper. Goddy's push for an equaliser left the defence exposed and two late goals made the scoreline look like an easy victory for City.
NEW signing Javan Hirst scored the first goal on his debut, early in the first half, helping Goddy to a 1-1 draw against Sutton Stirling.
With two defenders ill, it was left to some excellent heading by defender Will Mayes, and the whole team giving their all in this hard fought top of the table match. Despite leading for the majority of the game, Rovers conceded in the dying minutes.
SQUAD: Ed Gee, Goalie Chris Hefferan, Alex McCarthy, Will Mayes, Tim Smith, David Barratt, Stuart Clayton, Brendan Fulton, Javan Hirst, Harry Toca, Olly Ramos, Craig Johnston, Keith Webb, and David Jobe.
THE U12As secured their place in the last four of the Hunts Cup with a 2-1 win over St Ives Rangers, courtesy of goals from Rick Knaepal and Ryan Palmer.
MoM went to Marwan Hassan for some outstanding defending.
SQUAD: Jamie Crook, Jack Carson, Chris Osbourne, Robert Lowin, Joe Brennan, Marwan Hassan, Shaun Flack, Omar Ickin, Ricky Knaepal, Jack Harwood, Ryan Palmer, Ross Graham, Callum Walter, Fraser Gant, Scott Rogers.
GODDY U12Bs avenged a 5-1 drubbing at the hands of Bar Hill earlier in the season, by powering to a 2-1 win at the weekend over the same opponents, courtesy of goals from Alex Murray and Haydn Densley.
MoM was Ryan Page, who put in a strong defensive performance.
SQUAD: Matthew Cord, Alex Murray, Ryan Page, Haydn Densley, Andrew Burling, Darius Kwong, Jack McConnell, Michael Steed, Max West, Louis Jones, Lewis Hammond, Jack Skelton, Oliver Le Farge.
ROVERS U10Cs put on a great performance for their rematch with Priory D, but lost 2-1 despite a Sean Olley goal and a MoM performance from Scott Johnstone.
SQUAD: Kieran Bruce, Max Elliott, Scott Johnston, Cameron Macleod, Peter Maylor, Sean Olley, Aaron Riseley, Jamie Worrall, Simon Zientek
ROVERS U9s played their first game of the New Year against a far more experienced Benwick side, who eventually ran out 3-1 winners.
At 2-0 down, Rovers were up against it, but a Haydon Noble strike gave them a glimmer of hope.
However, Benwick sustained their attacking play and forced a third goal in the final moments. MoM went to Ryan Chapman for some excellent goalkeeping.
SQUAD: Nathan Storey, Paul Macleod, Luke Johnstone, Ryan Chapman, Nathan Paine, Sam Buddle, Thomas Brown, Haydon Noble.
PAXTON U13s recovered from a sluggish start to record an 8-1 win against Over Sports. Goals were scored by Alex Arnold (4), Callum Baker (2), Ian Gregory and Alex Smith.
SQUAD: Luke Boon, Ryan Thacker, Andrew Cashmore, Paul Beament, Sam Lennard, Callum Morrow, Callum Baker, Alex Smith, Alex Arnold, Will Sly, Ian Gregory, Nick Lee, Tom Devine.
A VINTAGE performance from MoM Alex Mount helped the U13s see off Brampton in a 3-2 victory.
Midfielder Liam Hemming scored twice, one of which was the winner, to send Hemingford to the top of the U13 league, with the other goal coming from George Welch, after a well-timed run into the box.
ROWDIES U14A drew 4-4 with Over, courtesy of goals from Josh Dawkin, Wayne Childerley, Neil Macphee and one from MoM Josh Sadler.
SQUAD: Jake Pinner, Ben Yeomans, Callum Barker, Joe Furness, Neil Macphee, Wayne Childerley, Alex Clipsham, Josh Sadler, Micky Drage, Liam Sancaster, Alex Abblitt, Josh Dawkin, Niall Connroy-Owen, Sam Morris.
ROWDIES U12s lost out to Sawtry Colts in the quarter-finals of the Hunts Cup 9-3 but the score line failed to reflect the Rowdies' battling spirit and the creative, attacking football played especially in the second half. Jake Thornton scored a brace and Adam Naylor added a single. MoM was Jordon Gilbanks for his consistently determined and energetic performances.
SQUAD: Richard Brandon, Jordan Carberry, Daniel Coles, Louis Clarke, Reece Crowsen, Tom Dixon, Matt Gaynor, Jordan Gilbanks, Josh Goddard, James Henderson, Adam Naylor, Jake Thornton, Elliott Webber.
ROWDIES U11Bs put in a very disciplined performance in a very difficult game at home to Histon Hornets B, with the Rowdies running out 3-1 winners. MoM was Dominic Sibanda with an outstanding defensive display. The Rowdies goals came from Joe Bennett, Jake Leonce and the female scoring sensation, Billie Barbary.
SQUAD: Jake Leonce, Harry Hackett, Ryan Edwards, Joe Bennett, Craig Holliday, Zack Moore, Jackson Stocker, Ben Durrant, Jordan Carver, Jordan Young, Elizabeth Tasker, Dominic Sibanda, Billie Barbary, Jamie Waterworth, Harvey Kitchin, Jonathan Knight.
FOLLOWING their great result at home last week against Goddy, Needingworth U11s built on their success by beating Godmanchester 8-3.
An early hat-trick from Innes Christison put Needingworth in a commanding position.
However, Goddy took advantage of some Needingworth complacency and fought back hard and at half time it was all square at 3-3.
After the break, Needingworth upped the pace and a solid all round team performance led to MoM Christison adding a further five goals to his tally, taking his total for the season to 37.
SQUAD: T Mount, J Bradshaw, J Richardson, M Crossland, J Morris, R Pascoe, J Neve, S Wood, C Wood, S Strickland, I Christison.
NEEDINGWORTH Red lost 2-1 to Sawtry Yellow Sox, despite a good team performance throughout the first half.
Tom Rayner gave Needingworth a deserved equaliser during the first half after a string of passing moves.
Sawtry scored a second just before the half-time whistle and Needy couldn't respond after the break. MoM was Bradley Maher for his excellent performance in defence.
SQUAD: Thomas Biddle, Ashley Poole, Bradley Maher, Jake Watling, Tom Rayner, Michael Sparks, Liam Peacock, Keenan Burke, Arnie Harvey, Alex Cook.
THE U16s took a share of the points in an evenly matched game, Neil Demsey on target for the Rams in the 1-1 result.
SQUAD: Ryan Withers, Scott Flisher, Sam Whiston, Brendan HArlock, Ben Rignall, Alex Mitchell, Joe Mitchell, Jamie Hutchcraft, Liam Willis, Richard O'Neill, Dan Smart, Michael Cafferkey, James Markland, Sergio Cabral, Neil Dempsey.
ASHLEY Rothery hit the consolation for the Rams U15s as they went down to Mildenhall, 5-1, with the scoreline not entirely reflecting the play.
SQUAD: Callum Morton, Ashley Rothery, Steve Stewart, Luke Kime, Arous Brown, Jamie Higgins, Joe Garratt, Matt Parkins, Mike Neil, Tom Pemberton, Junior Setchell, Corey Ferrell, Sean Hackett.
THE U14s took a 4-2 win over St Ives Rangers, claiming three valuable league points.
Chris Whitfield bagged a brace, while Ricky Darlow and Arron Martin got one each.
SQUAD: Sam Palmer, Stephen Whitworth, Alex Brookmyre, Jake Blundell, Haydn Bailey, Sam Copeland, Ricky Darlow, Arron Martin, Tom Power, Chris Whitfield, Jourdan Webb, Simon Cafferkey, Travis Anderson, Janaghan Sivakumar.
THE U11s took a 7-0 win over Cambridge Muskateers, ensuring a place in the next round of the KO Cup.
Robert Sayer and Reuben Taylor both bagged a brace, with one a piece for Oliver Bailey, Andrew Shaw, Scott Duncan. Dan Aubin was MoM for a composed performance.
SQUAD: Oliver Wright, Liam Gaynor, Sam Pettitt, Elliot Cafferkey, Elliot Smith, Luke Warren, Daniel Aubin, Oliver Bailey, Scott Duncan, Robert Sayer, Andrew Shaw, Reuben Taylor.
ALFIE West scored the consolation for the Rams U9As as they failed to pull out the performance they had previously against Buckden Falcons, going down 5-1.
SQUAD: Adam Butcher, Alfie West, Oliver Wilson, Jordan Duncan, Jordan Cafferkey, Charlie Groom, Andrew McDade, David Lane.
RAMS U9Bs took a share of the points against Warboys, with a 4-4 draw. MoM John Day was on target with a hat-trick and Tom Cuthbert.
SQUAD: Nick Presland, Joseph Badcock, John Day, Matthew Hayden, Ben Medhurst, Tom Cuthbert, Harvey Burton, Charlie Steadman.
THE U7As took a 2-1 win against St Ives with Jake Parish bagging a brace for the Rams, while the U7Bs went down 5-0 to St Ives.
SQUAD: Glenn Ferrier, Jake Parish, Matthew Howes, Kieron Judd, Luke Booth, Lewis Harold, Sam Medhurst, Adam Blower, Marcell Cherlin, Ben Mason, Luke Booth, Jamie Short.
THE U11s secured a place in the semi-finals of the Peterborough Junior Alliance Cup with a confident 6-2 victory over PSV Juniors.
Four goals from leading scorer Josh Rosser and one each for Chris Lawrence and MoM Ryan Smith secured their win - which could have been bigger had Sawtry not been denied by a number of good saves by the PSV 'keeper.
SQUAD: Connor Nash, Jake Howells, Ryan Conneely, Chris Lawrence, Josh Bennis, Robert Graham, Conor Gracey, Chris Alban, Mike Raucci, Lawrence Francis and Glyn Smith.
St Ives Rangers
RANGERS U13 Girls played away to Peterborough Azure Girls and, despite a determined performance by all the team, lost 4-1.
A well taken penalty by Anna Harper was the only consolation for St Ives.
SQUAD: Emma Blanchard, Jasmine Hughes, Jade Skerritt, Lauren Davis, Nicky Bacon, Carrina Mountain-Chambers, Hannah Markus, Anna Murphy, Ailish Howard, Hannah Goulding, Lauren Johnson, Anna Harper, Molly Payne, Sophie Luckhurst.
RANGERS U12As crashed out of the Hunts Youth Cup to a determined Godmanchester Rovers after a 2-1 defeat.
Rovers had established a two-goal lead at the the break, but Rangers fought back and a super strike from Anthony Oliver early in the second half gave the home team some hope, but Godmanchester ran out worthy winners.
Connor Withers, who volunteered to stand-in as goalkeeper, was awarded MoM, a decision made by the whole team.
SQUAD: Alessio Polvere, Scott Neighbour, Connor Withers, Jack Holliday, Anthony Oliver, Ryan Potts, Jonathan Lowther, Cameron Stephen, Cameron Anderson, Max Roberts, Jack Prime, Thomas Powell, Anthony Taylor, Adam Radley, Daniel Moulds.
RANGERS U11As cruised to a comfortable 3-1 win against Brampton. Goals came from Dan Jackson, James Morgan and Damon Ballands.
IN a game comprising seven goals, of which three were penalties, St Ives Rangers U13Cs went down to a 5-2 defeat at Spartak 78.
The Rangers scorers were Glen Tillbrook and Mark Howe. MoM was Michael Keeley.
DESPITE goals from Richard Willard, Michael Hornby and Ricky Allen, the Navy Blues U14s went down 5-3 to Buntingford Cougars in a game where the home team played well in fits and starts, but in the end were not consistent enough to win against better opponents on the day.
MoM was Ben Skeels for his determination and efforts to address the Navy Blues' first home defeat of the season.
SQUAD: Stephen Kerr, Bradley Clack, Liam Darrington, Brett Cooper, Luke Ellis, Ben Skeels, Calen Knipp, Ian Neves, Michael Hornby, Richard Willard, Ricky Allen, Mitchel Neal.
THE U10s played well and never stopped giving 100 per cent against Priory, but eventually went down 8-1, with Saints' goal coming from MoM, Jack Bowen.
SQUAD: Louis Sands, Martin Faulkner, Ethan Page, Jack Bowen, Oliver Fox, Simon Barker, Thom Hemingway.
THE U8 Blues started off their 2006 fixtures with a fine win against a good Stotfold team.
An excellent performance gave the team the result they deserved, coming out with a 3-0 win, courtesy of a Charlie Gough double and one from MoM Ben Bradbury.
SQUAD: Jordan Elt, Ashley Hicks, Aiden King, Josh Rea, Tom Hall, Tom Banks, Ben Bradbury, Charlie Gough.
THE U8S Whites also played Stotfold and an equally excellent display saw them win 2-1.
The team never gave in, despite the tough conditions, and came away with a deserved victory thansk to goals from Tom Banks and MoM Sam Cooke.
SQUAD: Daniel Salmon, Reece Newland, Cain Fabray, Tom Banks, Owen Davis, Sam Cooke, Joe Keech.
THE U9s battled to a hard-fought 4-4 draw with Ramsey B, with goals from Zak Shaw, Farris Alston, Daniel Mawby and MoM Matthew Brown, who produced an outstanding performance.
SQUAD: Peter Williams, Callum Townsend, Matthew Brown, Farris Alston, Stephen Tippell, Michael Hancox, Zak Shaw, Cameron Shakespeare, Daniel Mawby, Thom Kane.