Colts Football Reports
U8 BUCKDEN won 3-2 after falling behind against Ramsey. Josh Jarvis pulled them level and Louie Spicer gave Buckden the lead. Ramsey goals came from Peter Reeve and Tony Wagstaff only to be beaten by a Joe Brooks solo effort at the death. Alconbury Blue
BUCKDEN won 3-2 after falling behind against Ramsey. Josh Jarvis pulled them level and Louie Spicer gave Buckden the lead. Ramsey goals came from Peter Reeve and Tony Wagstaff only to be beaten by a Joe Brooks solo effort at the death.
Alconbury Blue scored five times as they tamed KC Cougars. On the score sheet was Jacob Pack with a hat-trick and Harris Lacey and Ben Rycroft.
Priory Parkside H won 4-2 against Somersham Yellow Sox. Isaac Dunn netted a brace for Priory with the other strikes coming from Murphy Culkin and Alex Harris.
Huntingdon Rowdies maintained their unbeaten form with a 5-2 win against Sawtry. Aaron Hiscock bagged a hat-trick and Tyrese Williams-Ali a brace in the win.
Brampton Spartans held out for a nervy 3-2 win against Bluntisham. Spartans goal scorers were Jordan Locke, Samuel Pryor and Euan Hamilton.
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BRAMPTON Spartans Red overcame Fenstanton Red to win 7-4. Will Brackley led the way with a hat-trick, with other goals coming from Tom Thackray Dan Pedlar, Nathan Wadey and an own goal.
Brampton Spartans Blue ran in four goals in the first half at Somersham Gold. The home side pulled two goals back in the second half but a further goal for the Blues made it 5-2. Blues' marksmen on the day were Alex Hutchinson and Jacob Hughes with a brace apiece and George McCready with one.
Godmanchester Rovers found the net six times against a Little Paxton. Rowan Chapman led the way with a hat-trick and other goals came from Cameron Markie, Josh Bavester and David Mottershead. Paxton had to chase the game but applied pressure with two goals from Daniel Wood and one from George Gadd.
St Neots took a three goal lead against St Ives Rangers but drew 3-3. Lewis Lyden hit a double in the fight back and Lewis Powell netted the all important equalizer from the spot.
Huntingdon Rowdies won 9-2 against Alconbury thanks to a Martin Saunders hat-trick and singles from Louis Stow, Emily Smith, Nathaniel Murphy, Antony Abthorpe and Alfie Kitchen.
St Ives Rangers R led Warboys by two goals twice but still lost 6-4. Liam Tharme and Aaron Aina bagged the first two for Ives, Lewis Jones bagged the third and Callum Rea number four but the Witches had enough tricks and treats to run out winners.
St Neots and Rising Stars shared 1-0 wins in their double headers. Saints won the first thanks to a William Smith goal and Rising Stars grabbed the second match with a winner minutes from time.
Ramsey A met Somersham Blues and Jamie Short netted after 10 seconds and an own goal and another Short strike gave them a 3-0 lead in 15 minutes. Somersham netted but Robbie Arthur notched the fourth before Blues made the end result 4-2.
Ramsey B won 4-3 against Hemingford Blacks. On the score sheet was Sol Goodby with a brace and one each for Joe McGuire and Austin Draycott.
SOMERSHAM Gold played Black in this local derby. One goal looked likely to win the match and it was Black's that managed to net the only strike deep into the second half.
Ramsey took a 3-1 win against KC Cougars with singles from Lewis Harold, Jason Quilter and Glenn Ferrier.
Needingworth lost 6-4 against Stukeley Meadows. Needingworth goal scorers included Ben Casey, Daniel Turnbull and an own goal while Stukeley had Sam Kingswell on the mark twice and singles from Matty Wright, Harry Cox, Ben Witten and Jordan Thrift-Sommers.
Great Paxton had few answers to the powerful St Ives Rangers Whites who won 9-0. Rangers goals came from George Parsons and Thomas Khabiri with two apiece and Kris Atherton, William James, Jakob Textor, Simon Carter and an own goal.
Priory Parkside B and M met and after a goalless first period M scored four goals in seven minutes with a late fifth to make it 5-0. Joe Bennett, Alfie Bass, Tom Berrill and a brace from Rylee Scott made sure of M's bragging rights.
St Ives Rangers Red beat off the challenge of Priory Parkside C to win 4-1. Goals were from Will Rolt, Jack Banyard, Elliott Harris and Josh Smith.
Godmanchester proved too good for Huntingdon Rowdies and won 10-3. The Godmanchester goals were netted by braces from Owen King, Jake Bennett and James Osbourne while Connor Rice bagged four and the Rowdies goals came from Jake McFarlane, Patrick Forshaw and Alfie Toseland.
WARBOYS held league leaders Priory Parkside A to a single goal in the first half but Priory ran out 5-0 winners. Goal scorers on the day were Harrison Upton, Reece Keating, Dominic Mason, Aaron Rymer and Ryan Wood.
Ramsey proved too strong for Bluntisham Blasters and ran out 4-2 winners. Blasters went behind just before the break to a penalty and despite goals from Rowan Wilson and Harry Taylor in the second half Ramsey netted three more from William Taylor and Rowan Abraham with a brace each.
Godmanchester Rovers A had the better of the game against Huntingdon Rowdies. The final score of 6-1 to Rovers saw Ellis Ogle, Ashley Hehir and Greg Goodwin all bag a brace apiece.
Godmanchester Rovers B entertained Needingworth and led 2-1 at the break through Cameron Corden and Oliver Langford. Rovers added another two in the second half through Matt Weeks and Alec Bryden to win 4-2.
Buckden blasted five past Bluntisham Blasters who could only find one in reply. Goals from Connor Ray, two from Luke Fennell and one each from Scott Irwin and Jack Edwards gave Buckden a 5-1 win.
Brampton Spartans ran out 4-1 winners against St Ives Rangers. Daniel Rey notched two as Callum Morrison and a Harry Cotton 20-yarder made the game safe.
ST IVES Rangers visited Ely Crusaders and in came home with a 2-1 win. Scott Wilkinson gave Rangers the lead following a free kick but Ely were soon level. Dan Davis was on hand to put the visitors ahead and some good defensive work by Rangers gave them the points.
Priory Parkside E overcame Stretham Sporting 9-1 as Alessandro Capasso made it four hat-tricks in four games. Also on the goal trail was Mathew Allen and Shawn Maumbe with two each, Harry Harper and Connor Brearley with singles.
Godmanchester Rovers lost 4-2 to Bottisham. Rovers goals came from Toby Brown and Luke Johnstone.
Buckden went a goal down to KC Cougars before pressure in the first half saw them go in at the break with a 3-1 lead. Cougars netted early in the second period after Buckden had scored their fourth and were penned back as Buckden scored again to win 5-2. On the mark for Buckden was Nathan Storey with a brace, Sam Crane, Matt Melaine and Hadleigh Smyrk.
Needingworth came from a goal behind to beat Cottenham 5-2. Thomas Groome managed a double and other scorers were Tom Whincup, Tom Circus and Sam Buddle.
Godmanchester Rovers A fell to a 3-1 defeat at Thurlow with Eric Nyathi getting their consolation goal.
Ramsey lost 4-1 to Saffron Walden with a consolation goal from Jordan Dover.
St Neots took a win and a loss from their double header against Hitchin. An own goal gave Saints a 1-0 win in the first game and in the second they fell to the same score line.
WARBOYS and Fulbourn shared six goals in a 3-3 draw that saw James Alexander, Musole Simwanza and Levi Massey net for Warboys.
Brampton Spartans travelled to West Wratting and enjoyed an 11-0 win. Dominic Stevens led the way with a hat-trick, doubles came from Charlie Naylor, Christian Le and Adam Pedlar with Elliot Eels and Ryan Barnett netting the other two goals.
Brampton Spartans B recorded a good 2-1 home win against Littleport, Jonny Wrycraft and Jake Burrill scoring.
Godmanchester Rovers beat Aztec 5-3. Josh Dawson gave Rovers an early lead and Simon Zientek made it two. After the break Rovers went three up thanks to Alex Vose but Aztec hit back with three quick strikes to equalise. Rovers worked hard to get the game back and Ben McConnell and Dawson secured the win.
Spartak 78 proved too strong for Ramsey who lost 4-1 despite Kyle McPartlins' early strike.
SOMERSHAM were shot down by Grampian Gunners who were on target to win 5-0 with four in the first half.
Huntingdon Rowdies mounted a great comeback to overturn a two goal deficit to beat Over Sport 3-2. Levi Cornthwaite bagged a brace and Harvey Phillips a single to grab the points.
Priory won the derby game against Eaton Socon 4-1. Priory goals were scored by Christian Duddridge with a hat-trick and Nathan Wood with one.
SOMERSHAM won their top of the table against Godmanchester 4-2. The visitors started the better and took an early lead but the hosts hit back to equalise before the break through Liam Smith. Chris Hewitt gave the home side the lead early in the second half but Godmanchester squared things inside 10 minutes. As the game moved towards a draw it was Somersham who secured the win with two late goals from Paddy Bayliss and Matthew Burroughs.
Huntingdon Rowdies won 4-1 against Histon Hornets with Adam Naylor notching twice and Joey Nicholson and Ben Salmon also on the score sheet.
SOMERSHAM turned in their best performance of the season when they beat Fulbourn away 5-2. Goals were scored by Tyler Manly, David Fleming, Dominic Richardson and Chris Parkins as Somersham came from 2-1 down.
Alconbury and Milton reached half time level as Alconbury missed a host of chances. There were no mistakes in the second as Alconbury wrapped up a 3-0 win with strikes from Oliver Butler, Bobby Turner and Alex Arnold.
St Neots put in a good display to beat third placed Bishops Stortford 2-1. Stortford took a one goal lead after an own goal before the break. Saints drew level with a Jason Atkins penalty in the second half and minutes later Michael Kennoy snatched the winner.
ST IVES Rangers U12 swarmed all over Histon Hornets to win 10-0. Tierney Poore bagged five, Jorgie Hall and Georgia Hall swatted home two each and Phoebe Webb got one.
Priory Parkside U11 saw Ellie Clark notch the only goal to beat Cambridge United 1-0.