Brampton Spartans A HAT-TRICK from Chris Hartley and four from Harry Cotton helped Spartans U8s to a convincing 8-0 win against Priory R. In the early stages of the game, both teams competed well in an entertaining opening, but Spartans started to find space and room, courtesy of some pin-point passing. Brampton opened the scoring when Rhys Everett showed excellent awareness at the back before putting a fine ball through to Cotton on the left who crossed for Hartley to neatly tuck away the first of a superb trio of goals. After the break, Cotton found the net four times with Luke Fennell adding another after good work by Max Bradshaw Clifford. SQUAD: Max Bradshaw Clifford, Josh Creber, Josh Hawker, Rees Everett, Cavan King, Harry Cotton, Alex Conner, Chris Hartley, Luke Fennell, Harry Clarke. THE U11s enjoyed a return to form with a 6-0 win over Eaton Socon who never gave up and were unfortunate to miss a penalty. Jack Snare scored a hat-trick, Dewi Brettle netted two, and an own goal completed the scoring. SPARTANS U10s first game in the Hunts Mini Soccer U10 Cup resulted in an 8-0 victory against an under strength and injury-plagued Godmanchester A team. Spartans took the lead when Christian Le smashed the ball home before Adam Pedlar doubled the lead. Spartans took a three goal lead into the half-time period when Le scored his second of the match. With injuries mounting and tiredness setting in for the Goddy team, Spartans continued to pile on the pressure. After the break, two more goals each from Pedlar and Le, and one from James Downing sealed the win. SQUAD: David Ball, Jack Cooper, James Downing, Noah Foster, David Hartley, Christian Le, Adam Pedlar, Ellery Pullin, Jamie Major, George Wooff, Christopher Parker, Evan Restall. Alconbury Colts THE U15s beat Priory 4-1 to reach the final of the Hunts Cup, thanks to two goals each from Kyle Crook and Tim Hollick. SQUAD: Sam Burridge, Josh Marriott, Sam Maryon, Warren Hay, Tom Ladlow, Tom Murphy, Craig Magee, Jordan Bays, Michael Mackrell, Kyle Crook, Tim Hollick. THE U13s returned to league action this week with a thumping 5-0 win away at Longstanton. Goals came from Tom Hunt, Paul McFarlane, and a hat-trick for top goalscorer James Gritton. Charlie Clay-Myers received MoM for an all-action midfield performance. SQUAD: Callum Howlett, Jamie Doyle , Aaron Morgan, Matthew Pywowar, David Titley, James Gritton, Tom Hunt, Jamie Ashford, Paul McFarlane, Charlie Clay-Myers, Bobby Turner. DESPITE illness throughout the squad, Alconbury U11s put in their best performance of the season against Priory A. They found themselves 2-0 down, but continued to play some great football and pulled one back through Harry Moffett. The opportunities were there to win the game, but the goals did not come. MoM awards went to Matt Davies, Alex Duthie andTrent Ewing. SQUAD: Matt Davies, Alex Duthie, Ryan Priestman, Trent Ewing, Luke McKenzie, Danny Duckworth, Jack Sheppard, Thomas Hughes, Mike Gadsdon, Harry Moffett, Jordan Forshaw, Bobby Tagg. ALCONBURY U10s beat a battling and sporting Godmanchester B 8-0. Three goals from Tom Cooke, a brace each for Jack Mace and MoM Kieran Quiqley and one from Nathan Brown completed the scoring. SQUAD: Luke Upshall, Eilidh Murphy, Tom Cooke, Jack Mallett, Jimi Mallett, Jack Mace, Nathan Brown, George McKay, Kieran Quigley, Adam Quincy, Christian McCormack. THE U9s, despite losing 2-1, put in a terrific footballing performance against Whittlesey and were unlucky not to come away with at least a draw. Both teams played some super football. Alconbury's goal came from a great individual goal from Jamie Rutter. SQUAD: Mark Gunney, Danny Mulgrew, Luke Moffett, Connor Sapsford, Jamie Rutter, Sam Brooks, Jordan Hill, Dylan Maphosa, Luke Oliver. Bluntisham Rangers RANGERS U14s played top of the table Ely City and, for the second game in a row, went down to a goal in the last minute of the game. The clash between the two top teams in the league was an exciting one, with chances at both ends. Bluntisham started quicker and a superb free kick by Edward Manchett was excellently saved by the keeper. Ely applied some pressure themselves and only good play from the composed pair of Luke Robinson and Ollie Gautrey kept them at bay. Bluntisham eventually made their superior possession count when Dan Sterna finished with style to give Bluntisham a 1-0 lead. With one minute to go, Ely were awarded a free kick out on the right and from the resultant kick the ball evaded everybody and ended in the back of the net to make the final score 1-1. DESPITE being without their regular central midfielder and losing their left back to injury after five minutes, Rangers U13s edged out Hornets to go back to the top of the table. Histon were on top in a keenly contested first half but were unable to find a way through the strong Rangers defence. After the break, Blunty showed more going forward with Robbie Read and Dominic Richardson linking well down the left and Tyler Manly just failing to get his toe on a couple of through balls. As the game wore on it looked as though both teams would have to settle for a point but with two minutes left on the clock, Rangers broke down the right with Jack Gibbs whose low cross was helped on by Alex White, the ball cannoned off a Histon defender and fell to Robbie Read who controlled the ball and coolly slotted into the bottom corner to give Blunty the three points. Rangers MoM was Adam Lee, who gave an outstanding performance filling in at left back for the injured Jonny Slater. THE U12s a slumped to a 6-0 home defeat against Haverhill on Sunday at the Millenium, Somersham. With the game finely balanced at 0-0 going into half-time, a dubious decision by the linesman was to cost Blunty dear when Haverhill took advantage to take a 1-0 lead into the break. Blunty ploughed forward in search of an equaliser, but were caught out by the strong team from Suffolk, with the Haverhill boys converting all their chances. Rangers produced plenty of good football but, on the day, just didn't have the firepower in the final third to trouble the Haverhill goal. THE U9As started well by taking an early lead, with a goal from Kieran Carter in a friendly game against Stretham Sporting. Stretham battled back to 1-1 at the break with some good counter attacking football. Blunty created chances but the Stretham goalkeeper was keeping them in the game, as they broke away to take a 2-1 lead. Rangers kept on battling, with two chances cleared off the line. The post denied them another goal and the Blunty boys were getting frustrated with themselves as Stretham broke away with another counter attacking move to win 3-1 on the day. THE U8As were narrowly beaten by a determined Willingham Wolves side. Blunty defended well in the first period and managed to restrict a powerful Willingham attack to only one goal. In the second period, Rangers created many chances but found the Wolves keeper in inspired form. However, MoM Christian Wiggins-Browne slid in to score to draw Rangers level. Rangers pressed again but Willingham scored with a great long range strike to retake the lead. Harry Taylor replied almost immediately for Blunty with an opportunist strike from distance before a frantic last period saw Willingham snatch victory with a scrambled goal. Buckden THE U13 Harriers swept away Willingham Wolves 3-1, with a great first half performance to progress to the second round of the cup competition. Harriers' PoM, Ellen Clark, caused numerous problems for Willingham Wolves with her strong running. Miquela McDonald opened the scoring after five minutes with a strong run and shot. Molly Avery scored a good goal when she picked up a loose ball on the left hand side of the Willingham Wolves penalty area and slotted the ball away. Wolves scored a consolation goal when a dangerous cross took a deflection off Harriers defender Lianne Griffiths and this was the last action of the game. Final score to The Harriers 3-1. SQUAD: Molly Avery, Ellen Clark, Loren Ellard, Lianne Griffiths, Kimberley Lynch, Miquela McDonald, Rebecca Railton, Becci Rowan, Kimberley Smith, Lucy Somerville-Large, Alex Sherenco, Emily Trebes. A DISAPPOINTING performance from the U10 Hawks saw them defeated 1-0 by K C Cougars. In a tight game, the Hawks never really got going and the lack of passing play meant they created few chances on goal. The Cougars broke the deadlock late in the first half when the Hawks' goalkeeper was beaten at the near post and that was to be the only goal of the game. MoM for the Hawks went to Seth Masters for a good defensive performance. SQUAD: Ben Burton, Joe Cowles, Josh Draper, Alex Jewel, Matt Luscombe, Seth Masters, Lewis Medlow, Jordan Perry, Finn Salier, Will Starkey. THE U8 Ospreys were outplayed against St Ives, losing 13-0, but battled throughout and showed signs during the second and third periods of better passing and movement. Good performances from Jordan Glass in goal, Josie Medd, Marty Pegram and MoM Fritz Sherenco kept the score from being worse. Eaton Socon IN THEIR first league game this year, Socon U9s travelled to Bucken and came away with an emphatic 11-1 win. Holding a 2-0 lead at the interval thanks to Sam Scott, the away team ran riot in the second-half. Goals came from Jack Oakey, Callum Cox-Hicks, Tyler Palmer, captain Brandon Thompson, with Scott getting a double hat-trick. MoM was Colin Ewing. Squad: Aiden Copper, Brandon Thompson, Colin Ewing, Harvey Litchfield, Sam Scott, Jack Oakey, Tyler Palmer, Callum Cox-Hicks, Sam Smith. Godmanchester Rovers THE U11As cruised to a 17-3 win away to Chatteris Town despite going behind twice in the first 10 minutes. Goddy were 2-1 down at one point but went on to show why they are league contenders with a scintillating display of one touch football that left Chatteris wondering what happened after a bright start. Goals came from Josh Burgess (4), Will England (3), Trafford Hudson (3), Allan Owen (2), Jordan Crook (2), MoM were Phil Szeremeta and George Jackson. SQUAD: Aadam Qadeer, Rory Coughlan, Adam Hawthorn, Ben Watkins, Ryan Young, Jake Pearson, Phil Szeremeta, Harry Gwynne, George Jackson, Trafford Hudson, Jordan Crook, George Jackson, Will England, Josh Burgess. IN heavy conditions, Godmanchester U11Bs lost at home 2-0 to Rowdies U11Bs. Goddy had started the game by piling on the pressure with some good moves but it was Rowdies, following a break-away attack, who were rewarded with the only goal of the first half. In the second half, several strong attacks from Rowdies resulted in another goal. Rovers' Stuart Wren's brave goalkeeping display earnt him the MoM , and Tom Hodgson picked up the Manager's Award for his good battling up front. SQUAD: Stuart Wren, Sam Cole, Toby Deller, Luke Parker, Will Collett, Harry Oates, Alex Cossey, Ben Smith, Joe Cox, Callum Parker, Tom Hodgson, Henry Warren. AN under-strength Goddy U10A came up against a very mobile and able Brampton. Brampton dominated the game from start to finish but with some excellent goalkeeping from MoM Charlie Gabriel, the score was only 3-0 at half time but the Goddy keeper was forced off, after being involved in a collision. Brampton then made the re-shaped Goddy pay with a show of excellent passing and finishing to run out 8-0 at full time. Special mention to Neil Ball, Brampton manager, for a super show of sportsmanship throughout a difficult game for the Goddy team. ROVERS U10BS, still reeling from last week's score line, were on the receiving end of another battering this week at Alconbury. The young side were missing several of their usual players as they battled valiantly from begining to end. Despite some good performances from goalkeeper Mike O'Connor and MoM Harrison Maggs, Tom Marrion's side lost 8-0. SQUAD: T Marrion, H Maggs, M O'Connor, B Brien, T Gladding, J Burrill, J Wick, J Haslop. GODDY U10Cs met the U9s in a hard fought friendly and ran out 5-0 winners. The final score could have been more but for an outstanding performance from the U9 goalkeeping duo. Cameron Macleod and Sean Olley were the first half scorers with the second half goals from Kieran Bruce, Jamie Worrall and Scott Johnstone. MoM was awarded to Sean Olley. SQUAD: Kieran Bruce, Max Elliott, Scott Johnston, Cameron Macleod, Peter Maylor, Sean Olley, Aaron Riseley, Jamie Worrall, Simon Zientek. GODDY U8Bs travelled to Warboys and came away 3-0 winners, after an exciting game. Nathan Brown opened the scoring after an excellent pass by Matt Weekes, before good play from MoM Cameron Corden set up Ashly Hehir who scored form a tight angle. The final goal came from Matt Weeks who intercepted a Warboys throw with his head then took on the keeper to score. Warboys played well which resulted in a consolation goal towards the end of the match. SQUAD: Tom Mawson, Max Darer, Cameron Corden, Ashly Hehir, George Allgood, Matt Weekes, Nathan Brown, Jack Gathercole, Jack Forster, Dan Willoughby. Hemingford Colts THE U13s beat Ellesmere Eagles with a winning goal from a Mickey Sheppard free kick, which Daniel Lew raced onto and calmly put it to the keeper's left. Ellesmere had gone a goal up but an unstoppable Luke English strike cancelled out Ellesmere's advantage before Lew pounced to seal the win. MoM today was Alex Henley for a stout fast display at centreback. SQUAD: Harry Williams, George Welch, Mickey Sheppard, Alex Henley, Luke Andrews, Ben Lambert, Sammy Lindley, Alex Mount, Liam Hemming, Alex Brown, Daniel Lew, Luke English, Jigger Moore, Jordan Butt. Huntingdon Rowdies DESPITE an equaliser from Chesterton Eagles two minutes from time, Rowdies U12s secured a precious away point courtesy of a hat-trick from Jake Thornton. The result showed how far the team has progressed since a drubbing by the same opposition earlier in the season. MoM was Daniel Coles who gains in confidence with every match. SQUAD: Jordan Carberry, Louis Clarke, Daniel Coles, Reece Crowsen, Tom Dixon, Matt Gaynor, Jordan Gillbanks, James Henderson, Adam Naylor, Jake Thornton, Elliott Webber, Connor. ROWDIES U11Bs returned to league action this weekend when they took on a tough Godmanchester Rovers B team in a very entertaining match that ended 2-0 in Huntingdon's favour. Joe Bennett scored both Rowdies goals and the whole squad put in a very solid performance with MoM Harry Hackett particularly resolute in defence. SQUAD: Jamie Waterworth, Elizabeth Tasker, Jake Leonce, Harry Hackett, Ryan Edwards, Joe Bennett, Craig Holliday, Zack Moore, Jackson Stocker, Jordan Carver, Billie Barbary, Harvey Kitchin, Jonathan Knight, Harry Grimwood, Megan Stow. ROWDIES U10Bs beat Priory D on penalties, after the game had finished 2-2 at the end of normal time. MoM was Ryan Palmer. SQUAD: Ryan Palmer, Leshon Douglas, Ali John, Josh Dawson, Charlie Prince, Scott Hunter, Brendan Leadbetter-Smith, James Hilton.