Colts Football - May 10/11

A TENSE cup final saw Cambourne Rovers U11s triumph on penalties against Priory Parkside after a tough battle. Priory opened the scoring through Alessandro Capasso before goalkeeper Elliot Rae-Jallal save a penalty for the St Neots side. Rovers equalised

A TENSE cup final saw Cambourne Rovers U11s triumph on penalties against Priory Parkside after a tough battle.

Priory opened the scoring through Alessandro Capasso before goalkeeper Elliot Rae-Jallal save a penalty for the St Neots side.

Rovers equalised through Peter Wainwright to force extra time where goalkeeper Archie Miller was the hero for Cambourne, saving two spot-kicks to lift the cup.

Elsewhere, St Ives Rangers U13B [bold] lifted the U13E league title with a convincing 11-0 win against Godmanchester. Jack Barber and Doulton Kingston scored four each, Jeff Black and Jason Billam got one apiece and there was an own goal.

Across the season Rangers scored 225 goals in just 29 games, conceding only 24.

Goals from Jack Fredericks, Jack Harwood and Ryan Palmer earned Bluntisham U14A [bold] the league title with a 4-2 win against Haverhill, who contributed with an own goal.

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Harrison Upton netted twice for Priory U10R [bold] in the U10 cup final but his side were already 3-0 down to Godmanchester [bold] and it was too little, too late.

Meanwhile, Parkside U10 Girls [bold] lost out 6-2 against Cambridge in their own cup final despite goals from Hannah Winfield and Karli Smith.

A goal from Morgan Ashurst was some consolation for St Ives Rangers U12 Girls [bold] as they lost out to Peterborough Diamonds in their cup final.


BLUES U7 netted twice but still went down 5-2 to Buckden. Harris Lacey gave Blues the lead but Buckden hit back with five before Jacob Pack made the score 5-2.

A double strike from Sam Kingswell was not enough to prevent his U9 side going down 4-2 at home to Sawtry.


HARRY Taylor scored twice as the U10 Reds won 2-1 at Ramsey. At the back Chris Lucas held firm against the Rams attacks and Taylor's goals, which took him to 50 for the season, wrapped up the game.

The U9s fought out a 1-1 draw at Somersham but needed a Calum Taylor rocket three minutes from time to share the spoils.


A FINE performance by Chris Hartley was not enough for Spartans U9 Blues as they went down 3-0 to visitors Priory. Reds U9s did better against St Ives GA, winning 3-2 with a double strike from James Shaw and an own goal.


THERE was an emphatic 7-0 win for the U13 Girls in their Plate Trophy semi-final match against Hitchin Town Belles. The goals came from Sarah Palmer and Lily Tong - two each - and singles from Lucy Brading, Megan Taylor and Millie Harris.

The U7s beat Alconbury Blues 5-2 with Joe Brooks turning in a fine performance.


CONNOR Rice and Jake Bennett bagged a brace each as Goddy U9s ran out 6-3 winners against Little Paxton. Further goals came from Archie Campbell and Jared McNamara.

The U10Bs went down 3-0 to Little Paxton.

Huntingdon Rowdies

AN EVENLY fought game resulted in a 2-2 scoreline when Rowdies U9 and Ramsey met. The goals came from Robbie Bennett and Jake McFarlane

KC Cougars

ALEX Lewsley got on the score sheet from a free-kick in his U9 side's 4-1 defeat to St Ives Rangers S.

Little Paxton

PAXTON U9s, led by Alex Turner, played some outstanding football but still went down 6-3 to Godmanchester. Shae Humphrey netted a brace and a thumping header from Ross Cook got Paxton back to 4-3, but a couple of mistakes at the back ended the game and left them with scant reward for all their efforts.

The U10s fared better as they won 3-1 against Goddy with Jake Dexter on hand to score twice and Jake Smith getting his name on the score sheet.

Priory Parkside

THERE were seven deadly strikes from the U9Cs against Stukeley, who managed a brace in reply. Home side Stukeley took an early lead but Hayden O'Connor was quick to reply before Thomas Payne grabbed a second. Stukeley levelled before Priory ran riot with further goals from Harvey Wilsher, Payne with his second and a hat-trick for Tyler Brown.

Priory U9s ran out 3-0 winners against Brampton with Reece Beavis, Cameron Harris and Josh Unwin all netting.

A single strike from Christian Duddridge for Priory U13B could not deny champions Over a 5-1 win, although goalkeeper Noah Cross did well.


TONY Wagstaff bagged five as the U15s marched to a 6-4 win against a lively Caldecote side. Peter Reeve found time to get the ball away from Wagstaff to net the other.

The U9As came from three down to beat Bluntisham 6-4. Blaize Walker-Gleeson notched a hat-trick, Matthew Hoes hit a double and Glenn Ferrier grabbed the other.

Marcell Cherlin notched a brace for Rams U9B as they finished with a 2-2 result against Huntingdon Rowdies.

Rams U8A won 5-2 against Buckden Juniors with Jamie Short, Matthew Walker, Robbie Arthur, Evan McPartlin and Liam Carrigan all hitting home one apiece.

Kyle Ferrier hit the consolation for Rams U12 as they went down 3-1 to Spartak 78 and Rams U13B went down 7-2 to Aztec despite goals from Ryan Crant and Shaun Watson.


BLUESOX U9s ended the season with a 4-2 win at Alconbury. Kieren Shelton got things moving with the first goal and Ciaran O'Neill made it two. After Alconbury hit back with two quick strikes it was left to Shelton to add his second and Nathan Baker to complete the scoring

St Ives Rangers

BRAGGING rights went to Rangers U10P after a comfortable 5-1 win against Rangers Z. Ben Keating netted a hat-trick with Dan Mocan and JK Hudson taking a goal apiece while Callum Reece was star man for the Ps.

The U9S side put in the hard work to win 4-1 at KC Cougars. Cougars contributed to their own downfall after gifting St Ives an own goal and Thomas Johnson pounced to add a second. Luke Packham made it three and Matthew Wright's goal came just before Cougars grabbed a consolation.

The U15Bs fell to a 2-0 defeat against Hundon Hawks despite the efforts of Tim Anderson.

The final score showed a 3-2 defeat for the U9GA team against a well-drilled Brampton outfit. Harry Carlisle and Callum Stocking nicked the GA goals.


GOALLESS after the first session showed how matched Gold U9 and Bluntisham were. Ryan Hampson opened the scoring for Gold in the second session but Blunty pegged it back to tie the match.

Stukeley Meadows

SEVENTEEN seconds was all it took for Meadows U9s to find the back of Priory's net when Jordan Thrift-Sommers headed home. Priory then grabbed a couple before Ben Witten equalised. Early joy then turned to despair as Priory ran in five more without reply.

Cubs Football

THE 1ST Earith, Bluntisham and Colne cub packs celebrated as they won this year's district 6-a side football tournament held at the St Ives Outdoor Centre. The EBC lads won all three of their group games before defeating the other EBC team in the semi-final. In the final EBC beat Fenstanton to lift the trophy.