Colts Football - September 20/21

Colts Football Round Up A TREBLE from Tom Hughes earned his Alconbury U14 side victory against Godmanchester. Alconbury snatched the win in an all-action match — Lawrence Francis and Chris Alban also scored in a 5-2 win. Under 7 RAMSEY A travelled to Bu

Colts Football Round Up

A TREBLE from Tom Hughes earned his Alconbury U14 side victory against Godmanchester.

Alconbury snatched the win in an all-action match - Lawrence Francis and Chris Alban also scored in a 5-2 win.

Under 7


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RAMSEY A travelled to Buckden and saw Joshua France, Riley Larham and Ketan Gardner (three) all score. The B team hosted Warboys for a high-scoring encounter, with Toby Harding scoring a hat-trick and debutant Aidan Godwin on the score sheet.

Under 8

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SOMERSHAM Black faced Godmanchester Rovers and found the target through Mark Hampson, James Mallard and Ryan Burry - but Rovers scored through James Wright, Ollie Pocklington, Adam Hunt and Nathanial Vale.

Ramsey played Sawtry Blue Sox and scored goals through Peter Reeve (two) - there were one apiece for Tony Wagstaff and Andrew Cooke. Somersham Amber shared goals around against Sawtry - the scorers were Harvey Bullin, Max Chipchase, Max Dighton, Ryan Peel and Jayk Mullee.

James Gould and Joe Brooks netted for Buckden against Warboys, while Alconbury Blue visited Brampton Spartans and both teams enjoyed a great game of football, with Josh Rycroft on form in the Alconbury goal. Jordan Locke netted a hat-trick for Brampton and further goals came from Marcus Read, Ben Szczepanski and Euan Hamilton.

There were goals from Harry England and Harry Shadwell for Warboys and Buckden replied with three in a game that saw Jackson Hedley perform heroics in the Warboys goal. St Ives Rangers D netted three times in the first half with visitors Priory S hitting two. It was all one way traffic in the second half as Rangers netted another 13 goals. Rangers scorers were Oliver Smith (six), Matthew Loggie and Billy Driver (three each) and singles from George Cawte, Ben Welling, Thomas James and Amir Kamel.

Bluntisham Blasters Whites were unable to overcome a strong St Ives T side, despite great goals from Daniel Phillips (two), Brandon Jack and Oliver Taylor.

St Neots had two great results over Knebworth in a double header. Game one resulted in a 3-0 win, with Elliot Thorpe netting twice and James Parker once, whilst in game two Gabe Harrison was in a mean mood, scoring five with Sam Wilson making the final score 6-0.

Under 9

RAMSEY A beat Alconbury 10-2. Liam Carrigan starred with a hat-trick, there was a brace apiece for Jamie Short and Oliver Stevens and singles for Elliot Baker-Dagless, Matthew Walker and Evan McPartlin.

St Neots travelled to Bishop's Stortford for two games. In the first game, the home side ran in five goals without reply, but in the second match Saints won 2-0 thanks to Joe Gore and Callum Taylor, plus good goalkeeping by Jake Weymouth.

Somersham Orange and Golds fought out a 7-7 local derby draw. Jake Wallace and Aaron Horrocks scored doubles for Orange, with Peter Woodward, George Kenney and Jonny Walker also netting.

Brampton Spartans had a hard-fought victory over Ramsey B. Will Brackley, James McKeating and Nathan Wadey gave them a three-goal lead, but Rams hit back with two goals before Brackley secured the win.

Under 10

GOALS from Josh McCammon (three), Reese Thomas (two), Kyle Coppolaro, Sam Dolby and Jack Pearson gave Warboys an 8-3 win against Priory. After a poor first half Priory scored three second half goals via Wesley Stevens (two) and Alex Lester.

Brampton Spartans Blues lost 6-3 to St Ives despite goals from Tom Snare, Nathan May and an own goal, while Spartans Reds lost 5-1 to Stukeley Meadows. James Shaw netted Spartans' goal assisted by Emma Stevenson, while Sam Kingswell netted a hat-trick for Meadows, with Harry Cox and Rizmer Capunitan adding the others.

Somersham Gold drew 4-4 at Needingworth. Thomas Jakes, Dominic Bird, Finlay Rimmer and Jack Robinson scored for Gold, while a Ben Casey hat-trick and one Will Galpin strike earned Needingworth a draw.

Godmanchester came from three down to draw 3-3 with KC Cougars. Jake Bennett scored twice and Connor Rice hit the equaliser.

St Ives Rangers K won 4-2 against Bluntisham. Jonathan Cook hit two, with Tom Traynor and Ryan Shepperd grabbing one each.

St Neots Blue lost 3-0 against Letchworth Reds, while the Whites suffered a 3-2 reversal to Letchworth Orange, despite goals from Henry Vaudin and Max Courtney.

Under 11

WILLIAM Taylor scored twice as Ramsey won 4-0 against Huntingdon Rowdies - James Tortice and Benn Warren also netted.

Eynesbury's Tom Fletcher netted a hat-trick in the first 11 minutes, but visitors Elsenham fought back to take the match 6-5. Fletcher grabbed a fourth and Rovers' other strike came from Josh Taylor.

Godmanchester Rovers won 4-0 against St Ives Rangers with Ashley Heir nicking two and Ellis Ogle and James Horrey one apiece. Priory B won 6-0 against St Ives B thanks to a Jordan Brown hat-trick, Rhys Thorpe and Ryan Field.

Warboys fell to a heavy 5-0 defeat at the hands of Chatteris, but played much better than the score suggests. Only three late goals made for a somewhat distorted score line.

Brampton drew 3-3 against Priory with two goals from Daniel Ray and one from Josh Hawker.

Under 12

ST IVES Rangers beat Aztec 6-2 with goals from Bradley Smith, Daniel Davis and four from Lloyd Schwier.

Ramsey lost out 7-6 to St Ives Rangers in a thriller. Alfie West and Jack Rhodes hit two each for Rams, with singles for Harvey Burton and Jordan Dover. For Rangers, Harry Sivri and James Atherton bagged hat-tricks and Scott Pepper sealed the win.

A hat-trick from Danny Isaksen didn't stop Somersham going down 5-3 to Soham.

Priory Parkside E won 3-2 at Comberton. Alessandro Capasso, Harry Lindsell and Matthew Allen found the net, but the defence had to hold firm at the end for the win.

Godmanchester demolished 11-2 Somersham A with hat-tricks for Jamie Rutter and Haydon Noble, two for Elkanah Sibanda managed a brace and singles for Josh Stephens, Eric Nyathi and Bradley Lucken.

Goalkeeper Dan Marvell performed well to help Priory C beat Buckden 4-2 - the goals came from Reece Griffiths, Scott Galbraith, Jack Armiger and Peter Feneley. Bar Hill Colts defeated Brampton Spartans 7-2, despite goals from Aaron May and Farris Alston.

A late goal saw St Neots lose 4-3 at Letchworth despite two goals for Lewis Davis and one for Frankie Higgs.

Under 13

LIAM Parish scored four times to beat Priory 5-3 in the Hunts Cup and Kyle Ferrier hit the other goal.

Eaton Socon won 5-3 at Brampton with Kieran Bruce and Jonathan Wrycraft (two) netted consolations.

Godmanchester Rovers hit Fulbourn for eight without reply. Sean Olley, Josh Dawson and Ben McConnell all netted two, with Ali John and Alex Vose getting in on the act. Ryan Palmer kept the score sheet clean with a late penalty save.

Sam Eyre hit a hat-trick and Alex Cook grabbed one as Needingworth beat Ely 2-0.

Warboys beat Eynesbury 7-3 with two goals from James Alexander and Callum Turner, plus singles for Lewis Nicholls, Musole Zimwanza and Kane Spencer.

Under 14

RYAN Crawt hit a consolation as the Ramsey took a battering from Papworth Blasters.

Great Paxton won 3-1 against Aztec thanks to Ash Howard, Josh Taylor and debutant Elliott Garwood.

Huntingdon Rowdies won 3-0 at Brampton Spartans thanks to two from Jamie Waterworth and one for Harry Abblitt.

Priory B lost 4-1 to Stretham despite leading 1-0 at the break through a Christian Duddridge goal.

Under 15

STRIKES from Jake Peattie, Tanatsura Mashonganyika and Chris Cooper could not stop Ramsey going down 8-3 to Somersham.

A one-sided match saw Somersham rout Fulbourn 10-0. Liam Smith hit five, Luke Beardsley and Aarron Ellis grabbed two each and Josh Clark hit one.

Huntingdon Rowdies stung Histon Hornets with a great display to record a 10-1 win. Hat-tricks came from Lewis Hammond and Jordan Gillbanks and doubles from Adam Naylor and Callum Walters.

Under 16

ALCONBURY lost 4-2 at Hundon Hawks despite goals from Ollie Butler and James Gritton.

St Ives Rangers B continued their winning start to the season by thrashing Over Sports 12-0. Mapeo Mendes hit two, Mark Howe grabbed three, Liam McDonald scored four and there were one each for Humzah Rachid, Ryan Johnson and Tim Anderson.

Under 17

JOSH Parker and an own goal were not enough for Somersham to avoid a 5-2 loss to Brampton.

Girls Football

BUCKDEN Kestrels U14 won 2-1 against Enfield Town thanks to two from Caitlin Marks.

Georgia Rebane netted a first half hat-trick and two more in the second half as St Ives Rangers U12 beat Histon. Phoebe Webb was also on the mark for Ives.

Rangers U16 won 5-2 against Comberton thanks to two from Sophie Thornton and one each for Sophie Luckhurst, Lauren Davis and Ailish Howard. Two superb strikes from Eilidh Murphy were little reward for an excellent display by Alconbury U14s as they went down 3-2 to Comberton.

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