Little Paxton THE U8s suffered their first defeat of the season, when they lost 3-1 at home to Ramsey B. In a game that was pretty much end-to-end, it was Ramsey who took advantage of Paxton s misses. Paxton took the lead midway through the first peri
THE U8s suffered their first defeat of the season, when they lost 3-1 at home to Ramsey B.
In a game that was pretty much end-to-end, it was Ramsey who took advantage of
Paxton took the lead midway through the first period when a long range shot from Sean Haran took a horrible bobble just as the goalkeeper was about to make a simple save, and the ball ended up in the net.
That was pretty much it for Paxton after that, as they spent the rest of the game chasing down a hard working Ramsey side.
James Pearman had a good game in the Paxton goal and Ramsey could of had more if it were not for him.
Ramsey scored in the second period to level the game, but they ran away in the final period, scoring two more goals.
THE U11s beat a determined Little Paxton side, 4-3, with goals from Innes Christison (2), giving them a 2-1 lead at half time.
Great defensive play, particularly from MoM Joseph Bradshaw, and magnificent saves from Tom Mount kept Needingworth ahead in the second half, and two further goals from Christison secured the win, despite two late Paxton strikes.
SQUAD: T Mount, J Bradshaw, C Wood, S Wood, J Richardson, J Neve, S Strickland, J Morris, I Christison.
THE U13As progressed to the second round of the KO Cup, with a 3-1 win over Cherry Hinton after extra time.
Cameron Brettle had made the scores 1-1 at the end of normal time, before goals from George Tolliday and Thomas Moffat.
SQUAD: Adam Barnett, Kyle Batten, Dan Birkinshaw, Cameron Brettle, Ryan Brown, Sean Enos, Ryan Ferrara, Connor Hall, Adam Kidman, Gordon Logan, Thomas Moffat, Aiden McLean, Chris Newton, George Tolliday, Daniel Wright.
DESPITE trailing 2-0 at half-time to Ramsey, Parkside U12Bs staged an excellent come-back to score three in the second-half and win the game 3-2.
Joe Bradbury scored all three goals, with Karl Samal and Lewis Miller taking a joint MoM award.
SQUAD: Jonathan Bannister, Matthew Nicholson, Joseph Kokotka, Lewis Miller, Gregg Narbett, Karl Samal, Seb Hall, Joe Bradbury, Jamie Green, Kane Coombs, Aiden Stockwell, Andrew Leighton Adam Williams.
PRIORY U12Cs had a good victory at Cottenham, winning 2-1 thanks in part to a MoM performance from Lozza Ryan.
SQUAD: Jack Mitchell, Adam Jennings, Callum Flain, Scott Sheen, Joe Dawborn, Ryan Inship, Jay Woods, Lozza Roffey, Josh Croft, Dean Bryant, Lindsey Smith, Gareth Ekins, William Bellew, Greg Tack.
PRIORY U11Bs inflicted a 3-0 win at Fulbourn with two fine goals from Ryan Son and one one from Jacob Tose.
MoM was Connor Edmonds.
SQUAD: Martyn Cosgrave, Harry Joyce, Jacob Tose, Josh Peacock, Nicky Belwood, Ross Wood, Rhys Howell, Declan McGuire, Connor Edmonds, Ryan Son, Jack Pirie.
GOALS from Lewis Garratt and Scott Davis took the U10s into a penalty shootout against Rowdies, but the Parkside outfit lost on penalties despite an outstanding performance which gave the whole team the MoM award.
SQUAD: Charlie Carey, Scott Davis, Lewis Garrett, Benn Hewick-Hill, Matthew Hunt, Jake Mancer, Callum Pease, Max Stevens.
THE U10Bs beat St Ives S 7-2, despite a depleted squad. Goals from Matt Dawson (2), Oliver Broome (3), Ryan Garwood and Tom Billson.
SQUAD: Rohan Garwood, Matt Hubner-Taylor, Jack Scott, Jack Jones-Scrutton, Oliver Broome, Tom Billson, Matt Dawson.
ALL good things come to those who wait. And Priory U8Ts had to wait longer than most for their second win of the season - which came at Great Paxton at the
With the season half finished, Parkside had only won one game, back at the start of October. They lost the other nine games, including their first match against Great Paxton.
The improvement Parkside have shown in recent weeks was demonstrated by a 7-1 victory, despite having only five players available for the game.
Griffin's hat-trick was complemented by braces from Whiting and Hewick-Hill.
SQUAD: Potts, Thorpe, Griffin, Whiting, Hewick-Hill.
THE scoreline didn't reflect the game for the Rams U15 as they went down 11-4 to Ely Crusaders. Rams did everything but hit the net with Craig Smith, Joe Garratt, Jamie Higgins, Sean Hackett all making the Ely keeper work.
SQUAD: Callum Morton, Junior Setchell, Arous Brown, Luke Kime, Craig Smith, Joe Garratt, Ashley Rothery, Jamie Higgins, Sean Hackett, Tom Pemberton, Mike Neil.
RAMSEY U12s played some good football against Priory Parkside B and were unfortunate to lose 3-2 in the last minutes.
Oliver Day and Adam Ray were on target for the Rams. MoM was Marcus Hutchcraft. SQUAD: Luke Markland, Chris Cooper, Marcus Hutchcraft, Alex Brown, Carl Austin, Tanatsura Mashonganyika, Adam Wright, Thomas McGee, Luke Seery, Adam Ray, Oliver Day, Roger Shakespeare, Thomas Redhead.
CREDIT to a very resilient St Ives C who scored an awesome free kick after 10 minutes and then absorbed everything that Ramsey U11 threw at them until three minutes from time, when Andrew Shaw hit the equaliser for the Rams. Oliver Bailey was MoM for a tireless display with the final result 1-1.
SQUAD: Liam Gaynor, Sam Pettitt, Elliot Cafferkey, Daniel Aubin, Elliot Smith, Luke Warren, Oliver Wright, Oliver Bailey, Scott Duncan, Andrew Shaw, Robert Sayer, Matthew Bye.
RAMS U10 ran out 4-0 winners against Warboys Colts. Kyle McPartlin and Ryan Judd both bagged a brace.
SQUAD: George Waters, Chris Redshaw, Liam Parish, Sam Harvey, Ryan Judd, Josh England, Kyle McPartlin, Dan Short, Tayla Evans, Alex Butson.
THE U9Bs played St Ives L and emerged with a 3-1 win, with MoM Charlie Stedman netting twice and John Day getting the other.
SQUAD: Nick Presland, John Day, Matthew Hayden, Charlie Stedman, Tom Cuthbert, Ben Medhurst, Joseph Badcock, Harvey Burton.
DANIEL Wing hit a hat-trick for the Rams U8Bs as they came out 3-1 winners at Little Paxton.
Matthew Burton keeping Paxton at bay with some great saves.
SQUAD: Matthew Burton, Marco Fiore, Jordan Mays, Daniel Wing, Rory Taggart, T J Harding, Rhys Pauline.
RAMS U7As played Alconbury A and, in an exciting game with some good passing football, the Rams came out 3-0 winners.
Jake Parish bagged a brace and Lewis Harold got the other.
SQUAD: Glenn Ferrier, Lewis Harrold, Matthew Howes, Kieran Judd, Jake Parish, Luke Booth, Marcell Cherlin.
THE U7Bs played Alconbury B and, despite going down 4-0, they played with continued effort and never gave up.
SQUAD: Billy Lemmon, Adam Blower, Jack Critchley, Louis Brewer, Sam Medhurst, Ben Mason, Jamie Short.
THE Yellow Sox U10s were away to Whittlesey Juniors this week, hoping to put last week's cup defeat behind them.
The Yellow Sox' performance was one of their best of the season, playing some excellent attacking football. Unfortunately, the Whittlesey goalkeeper was in outstanding form and denied them on several occasions.
MoM was keeper Charlie Nelson who had little to do but made a couple of crucial saves when called upon to ensure a 0-0 draw.
SQUAD: Charlie Nelson. Joshua Kelly. Michel Bean. Alex Parker. Charles Abblitt. Alex Gale. Joe Phillips. Bradley Smith. Brandon Cole. Daniel Redhead.
THE U10 Bluesox beat St Ives 3-1, with goals from Michael McEachern, James
Dinsdale and a magnificent strike by Daniel Godward.
In the second half, Sawtry made substitutions to make sure those on the sidelines took part in the game, but St Ives began to find some holes in the Sawtry defence and stole a goal back when the ball was crossed to an unmarked striker.
Sawtry took hold of the game once more to hold the 3-1 lead until the finish.
SQUAD: Shaun Cooper, Daniel Godward, Daniel Burton, Jordon Conneely, Lewis Flowers, James Dinsdale, Michael McEachern, Liam Alexander, Ryan McCurdy and Joshua Millier.
DESPITE a spirited performance by the Yellow Sox U8, St Ives led at half-time and went on to win 2-1.
Hayden Cooper, who was singled out by his manager for praise, scored the Sawtry goal, with Rhys Williams MoM.
SQUAD: Haydn Baker, Ryan Burcham, Hayden Cooper, Oliver Howells, Lee Huntingdon, Adam Kaminski, David Lambert, Rhys Williams, Josh Youngs.
St Ives Rangers
A HAT-TRICK by Holly Knott and a goal from Ailish Howard topped a good all round team performance and secured a convincing 4-1 win for St Ives Rangers Girls U13, against an ever-battling Sutton Girls team.
SQUAD: Jade Skerritt, Paige Ashurst, Carrina Mounain Chambers, Lauren Davis, Nicky Bacon, Hannah Markus, Ailish Howard, Hannah Goulding, Lauren Johnson, Anna Harper, Laura Davis, Anna Murphy, Holly Knott, Maddie Triggs.
RANGERS U13As hosted league leaders Saffron Walden in a heavyweight clash in Division A. Two first half goals from Will Lygo, the second from the penalty spot, gave Rangers a 2-0 lead at the interval.
Walden came back strongly in the second half but an excellent team performance and resolute defending from Rangers impressive back line saw Rangers take all three points.
Alex Tuzinkiewicz was awarded MoM for a near faultless game at the heart of Rangers defence.
THE U13Bs continued their improved form with an 8-1 win away to Ely City. Rangers pressed from the kick off against 10-man Ely and the resulting corner in the first minute was forced home by Barney Hase.
Pressurising from the restart, Rangers stole the ball back and found themselves two ahead from a MoM Glen Tilbrook tap-in.
A Tim Anderson brace and a drive into the roof of the net from Craig Waters made it five inside 20 minutes before an own goal increased the lead.
Rangers continued to dominate and a goal mouth scramble half cleared to the edge of the box was driven in by Matthew Pask to make it seven at half time.
Ely settled after the break pulling a goal back but Mark Howe scored Rangers' eighth goal of the game.
THE U12As inflicted the first home league defeat on Lakenheath at the weekend, as they romped to a 5-1 win.
Max Roberts opened the scoring but his goal was cancelled out when Lakenheath struck back.
After the break, four unanswered goals from Ives gave them the win. Anthony Oliver hit a hat-trick and Jack Moulds also got in on the act after great play from Ryan Potts.
SQUAD: Alessio Polvere, Scott Neighbour, Connor Withers, Jack Holliday, Anthony Oliver, Ryan Potts, Jonathan Lowther, Cameron Stephen, Cameron Anderson, Max Roberts, Jack Prime, Daniel Moulds.
THE U12Cs got back to winning ways with a good win at home to Fulbourn Falcons.
Ten man Rangers raced into a 3-0 lead, with goals from Sam Osbourne-Mcphee, captain Tommy Channon and Jake Smith.
As the game reached its conclusion, Rangers tired and Fulbourn got back into the game with two goals of their own, but Ives held on and got the deserved victory. The MoM trophy went to William Brown, for a solid performance at left back.
SQUAD: Scott Bugner, Brandon Hancock, Tyler Grissett, Tommy Channon, William Brown, Sam Hopkin, Sam Osbourne-Mcphee, Jake Smith, Michael Benning, Joe Bentley.
RANGERS U11As played another superb game of football, winning 6-2 against Huntingdon Rowdies A. Good teamwork and plenty of movement proved too strong for the Rowdies. Mark Walker scored a hat-trick with the remaining goals coming from Dan Jackson, Tom Cornwell and James Morgan.
LEADING 1-0 at half time with a Josh Fitzjohn goal, Rangers U11Cs withstood a barrage of pressure from table topping Ramsey holding out until five minutes from time when Ramsey got the equaliser.
MoM was goalkeeper Adam Guitart.
SQUAD: Adam Guitart, Cuthbert Varley, Josh Baker, Jack Baker, Jonny Perring, Calum Ross, Tom Stevenson, Ollie Brookes, Josh Fitzjohn, Hannah Seymour-Shove, Sam Taylor, Greg Opalinski, Jack Smith, Simon Julyan, Kieran Enticknap.
RANGERS U8Ms beat Sawtry Yellow Sox
2-1, in a close and exciting game. The Rangers goals were scored by Peter Masters and George Mead and captain for the day, Sam Walker, made some excellent saves during the game to keep St Ives in front. The MoM award went to George Mead for a well disciplined performance in defence.
SQUAD: Calum Cleland, Cameron Haxell, Peter Masters, George Mead, Ross Meagher, Cameron Pollock, Michael Scott, Sam Walker.
RANGERS U8Ps tasted success against Buckden Juniors for the second time this season with a 13-0 away win.
A great team performance produced some superb passing, clinical finishing and, when needed, some fine goalkeeping from Jonathan Good.
The dynamic duo of Jordan Roitmen and Jay Kay Hudson produced 11 goals between them with Thomas Alfuth adding the other two. MoM was awarded to John Paul Rodgers for a hard-working performance.
SQUAD: Jonathan Good, Callum Reece, Thomas Alfuth, Luca Sarath, Jay Kay Hudson, Jordan Roitman, John Paul Rodgers.
DESPITE conceding a first-minute goal, Saints U14s made it their ninth win on the trot by beating Potton 5-2.
With two apiece at half-time, St Neots upped the pace in the second half to score three more and clinch the win.Gerry Horner scored four and Jamie Page got the other.
SQUAD: Daryl Shorthall, Shane Smith, Jon-Jo Smith, Dan Nelison, Emerson White, Keelin Raffle, Carl Lofty, Gerry Horner, Jo Celvion, Jessie Bettle, Jamie Page, Perry.
THE U9s played twice against Shefford, drawing the first game 1-1 and losing the second 3-1.
Saints were a goal up in the first game through Joe Meeds before Shefford levelled in a match where Alex Francis was MoM.
In the second game, a MoM performance from Ben Hickling and a goal from Ross Pirie were not enough as Shefford ran out
SQUAD: Alex Francis, Ben Kearns, Lewis Davies, Matthew Gilbert, Ben Hickling, Raj Sunner, Dominic Smith, Jack Brown, Cameron Crisp, Jay Wells, Ross Pirie, Aaron Ward, Joe Meeds.
THE U8 Blue team played a good Northolt side and came out 1-0 winners. The team's hard work and good team play saw them home in a very entertaining game. The goal came from Ben Bradbury and MoM was Ashley Hicks.
SQUAD: Jordan Elt, Ashley Hicks, Ashley Salmon, Josh Rea, Tom Hall, Ben Bradbury, Charlie Gough
THE White team played the other Northolt team and drew 0-0. The same level of commitment was shown throughout and despite creating numerous chances, a goal did not find its way in. MoM was Owen Davis.
SQUAD: Daniel Salmon, Reece Newland, Cain Fabray, Tom Banks, Owen Davis, Sam Cooke,