Colts Football: Parr four the course
The best of the weekend’s action from the Huntingdonshire junior football scene
BANG in form Adam Parr continued his rich scoring streak with four more goals in Needingworth Blue U12s’ 6-2 home win over Chatteris.
Parr’s goal glut came inside the opening 20 minutes and further strikes from Adam Parmenter capped an excellent first half display and set the hosts on the way to their biggest win of the campaign so far.
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FOUR goals from Yoni Anish inspired Little Paxton U8s to 6-5 victory in a thrilling 11-goal thriller at a resurgent Staploe & Duloe.
The visitors took an early lead in this see-saw encounter, but squandered it, allowing the home side to take a 5-4 lead with only minutes to go - before they scored another two to steal it. Kobie Smerdon was also on target.
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AWE-INSPIRING Rovers U9A convincingly beat Staploe and Duloe 11-1 at home with Charlie Stewart’s double hat-trick leading the way.
Jacob Emmett (3), Josh Allen and Josh Nye also filled their boots - with Nye’s burst down the right and cross for Jacob the pick of their goals.
Rovers U14A let a 2-0 lead slip through their fingers as they were punished for a poor second half performance going down 4-2 at Milton. Elkanah Sibanda and Chris Kaye scoring for the visitors.
Unbeaten Powerleague Colts proved too good as they defeated Goddy Rovers U12s 4-0 in the fourth round of the Hunts Cup.
Elsewhere Callum Parker and Josh Burgess bagged a brace each as Goddy U16B twice came from behind to win a difficult match at Ely 6-2.
Lewis Collins also headed in a free-kick and the goal of the game was scored by Hew Kania-Haughton with a 30-yard volley.
In other action, Rowan Chapman scored for Goddy U11 in their 1-1 draw at Fulbourn – which was cancelled out by a home leveller five minutes from time.
A BRACE from Archie Humes and a sole effort from Jack Walker were the highlights for Warboys Colts U7 Black in their friendly with Huntingdon Rowdies U8s, who replied with two goals of their own.
GEORGIA Bickley’s late winner earned Priory Girls U13s a 4-3 win on the road at Newmarket Town Girls.
Karli Smith - who provided the corner for the winning goal - also scored while Ellie Clark netted twice.
Priory U12s were on the wrong end of a heavy 9-1 scoreline at the hands of Littleport, with Jack Morrison netting their lone consolation.
Meanwhile there was a defensive victory in the Priory U13B match at Teversham, with the game ending goalless.
ST IVES RANGERS
RANGERS U16 made it through to the League Cup final following a 2-1 victory over Cambridge Albion.
Goals either side of the interval - from Ollie Loia and Andrew Potter respectively - were enough to see them through.
The scoreline could have been more flattering, as Ives hit the bar and also had a goal ruled out for offside in the second half.
Despite taking the lead through a great goal from Daffa Presetyo, St Ives Rangers U13A slipped to a narrow 2-1 defeat in a fast-paced game at Histon Hornets.
Rangers U14s beat Cherry Hinton Lions for the second week running – and the third time this season – with Harry McGreggor and Kieran Price on the scoresheet in a 2-0 victory.
Rangers U12B were held to a 2-2 draw at Sawston after being 2-0 up at half time, Harry Carlisle and Jack Jeferson netting their first half goals.
ADAM Giller’s opening strike was cancelled out as Rowdies U11s were held to a 1-1 draw at Littleport.
Huntingdon Rowdies U12s succumbed to a 4-2 away defeat to Fenland Rovers, Billy Jennings and Jake McFarlane scoring Rowdies’ goals.
It was a fantastic day for Rowdies U13s, who hammered Willingham Wolves 9-2 at home.
Having slipped behind early on, Tom Bartlett, Josh Furnell and Nathan Germain scored to put the hosts 3-1 up at the interval.
Nathan Dawson, Damian Parak – netting his third goal in four games – new signing Calum Brown, Germain with two more to complete his hat-trick and Jacob Williams turned the screw in the second half.
A HAT-TRICK from Connor Beaumont earned Rams U13s a 3-3 draw at Comberton Crusaders.
The U15s went down 2-1 against Huntington Rowdies - that despite a goal from Jack Temple - while Elliott Cafferkey, Luke Sterna and Mayy Worrall netted for the U16s in their 6-3 home reverse against Priory Parkside.
Christian Duddridge (3), Liam Dawson, Adam Welham and Harry Joyce – who scored the goal of the game with a blistering strike – were Priory’s goalscorers as they avenged last month’s defeat against the same opponents.
REVENGE was sweet for Alconbury U16s who erased memories of their early season 2-1 defeat at Fulbourn by emphatically winning the return fixture 9-2.
Chris Alban topped and tailed the game with a brace in each half, Ryan Smith hit a hat-trick and Tom Hughes and James Petts got a goal each.
Fulbourn scored two well-taken goals in the second half but it was ‘bury’s day.
A solitary goal from Martin Uy was as good as it got for Spartans U12s in their 2-1 home reverse at the hands of Soham United Youth.
BATTLING St Neots Town Youth U11s were defeated 3-0 at Bishop Stortford Town.
Having been 2-0 down at half time, the visitors were thankful to keeper Aeden Pearsall, who made some great saves in the second half to keep the score down.
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