Colts reports - March 8/9

DEADLY Liam Smith blasted a hat-trick as Bluntisham Rangers U14s came out 4-1 winners against Fordham Hammers. Chris Hewitt scored the other goal in a convincing victory. Alconbury EIGHT goals were shared by the U7 Reds and Sawtry. Top gun for the Reds w

DEADLY Liam Smith blasted a hat-trick as Bluntisham Rangers U14s came out 4-1 winners against Fordham Hammers. Chris Hewitt scored the other goal in a convincing victory.

Alconbury

EIGHT goals were shared by the U7 Reds and Sawtry. Top gun for the Reds was Thomas Sheldon with a hat-trick and a further goal came from Louis Spicer.

The U15s fell to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Soham despite goals from Calum Baker and James Gritton.


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The U9s overcame stiff resistance against Godmanchester to gain a 3-2 win. Early goals from Jonathan Owen and Nathan Rigden and Sam Kingswell secured the win.

The U8s fielded two teams at Bluntisham and had fine wins of 7-3 and 10-5. In the 7-3 victory goals came from Daniel Seaman, with five, Jose Cordero and Tom Brooks. In the second game, Matthew Oldfield and Tom Brooks both netted hat-tricks, Tommy Walters hit two, with Rosie Lunne and Laura Oldfield also scoring.

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Bluntisham

BLASTERS U7 fell to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Mepal with the consolation goal coming from Samuel Johnson.

The U10 Reds crashed 4-0 against Brampton and the U10 Whites went down 3-1 at Ramsey with Ben Johnson netting the only goal.

There was a convincing 8-2 win for the U16Bs as they overran Wimblington. Sam Scales weighed in with four, Janagan Sivakumar helped himself to a brace and there was one apiece for Andy Prior and Jamie Sewell.

The U15s deservedly sank Fulbourn with a 3-1 win which saw Sam Sterna, Tyler Manly and Dominic Richardson score.

The U8A and B sides entertained Alconbury. The A side went down 7-3 despite two strikes from William Ellis and one from Max Davies.

The Bs leaked goals as they went down 10-5 although Max Chipchase and Matty Walker netted twice.

Brampton

A SEMI-FINAL spot was won by the U10 Reds as they overcame a good Bluntisham team by 4-0 in cup tie.

Harry Cotton volleyed the first and Max Bradshaw smashed the second from 12 yards.

Goalkeeper Josh Hawker pulled off two great saves early in the second half before Harry Clarke notched a brace to send the Spartans into the semis.

Charlie Naylor netted twice to send Spartans U12s into the Hunts Cup Final at the expense of Priory. The 4-2 win also saw goals come from James Belbin and Pete Clark.

Spartans U8s ran out 4-2 winners against Warboys after going two down. Toby Le led the fight back with two well-taken goals and William Brackley and Nathan Wadey made sure of the win.

Buckden

AN all-action first half saw Harriers U15 Girls establish a match-winning 4-0 lead against Fulbourn. The visitors hit back with two goals of their own but the early strikes from Sophie Coulman, Rebecca Railton, Angharad Carlton and Miquela McDonald proved decisive.

The U13 Girls won handsomely against Belmont to ensure a good league position with just two games remaining. The 3-0 win was the result of goals from Lily Tong, Sarah Palmer and Caitlin Marks, together with a fine team effort.

Cambourne

EAGLES U14s visited Cottenham and just missed out in a 15-goal thriller. Lewis Mancer and Sam Gardner scored twice each while Peter Wilson, Matthew Simmons and an own goal completed an 8-7 reverse.

Local derby victors were Eagles U12 as they beat a hard-working Rovers side 4-0.

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THE U12s were made to fight hard to gain a 2-1 win against Chatteris. Only a great display by goalkeeper Matt Keating kept the score down and goals from Ollie Broome and Jamie Barker gave them victory.

Godmanchester

EXTRA time was needed by the U10As to see off Huntingdon Rowdies in a hard-fought cup encounter. Goddy ran out 5-3 winners with goals from James Horrey, Peter Southee, Ellis Ogle and a brace from Greg Goodwin.

After trailing 4-1 to Swavesey the U13Bs looked to have rescued something from the game as they hit back to equalise with only 15 minutes remaining.

Goals from Jake Pearson, Adam Hawthorn and a brace from Tom Hodgson were to no avail as they conceded late on to lose 5-4.

After being behind, the U13Cs rallied magnificently to win 8-3 against Little Downham. Two goals came from Joseph Cattmull and James Cockshott, while Luke Turnbull, Craig Holliday, Sparky Mcilwain and an own goal finished the scoring.

A solid team performance earned Rovers U10s a 2-0 win against St Ives. Nathan Brown and Oliver Langford netted the goals.

The U12As visited Grampion Gunners and were defeated 4-2 despite goals from Trafford Hudson and a free-kick from Olly Bailly.

A Connor Rice strike and an own goal could not prevent the U9s losing for the first time this season. Opponents Alconbury netted three times to run out 3-2 winners.

Rovers U12s lost heavily to Hardwick Harriers, with the only consolation in the 8-1 loss coming from Kacey Nicholson

Huntingdon Rowdies

ROWDIES U14s looked in unstoppable mode as they cruised to the top of the league with a stunning seven goal show against Newmarket. Goals came from Adam Naylor, Michael Benning, Hayden Densley-Goddard, Tom Dixon, Jordan Nicholson, Lewis Hammond and Jordan Gillbanks.

Needingworth

TEAMWORK saw the U14Bs grab a well-earned 1-1 draw against Mildenhall with Joe Lask netting the only goal.

Priory Parkside

A LAST minute equaliser denied the U11J side a win against Mereside Rangers. Priory had scored through Matthew Allen and Harry Lindsell before Charlie Corrigan bagged his second for Rangers on the final whistle.

The U10Rs found themselves a goal down to the Priory U10S in a cup match before mounting a comeback to win 4-1. Dominic Maison, Harrison Upton, Ryan Galbraith and Jo Fraser netted a goal apiece to see the Rs into the semi-final.

The U9Bs conceded two goals in the last five minutes in their 3-3 draw with Great Paxton. Priory fell a goal behind but then scored three through Owen Coleman, Alex Lester and an own goal but conceded a late equaliser.

Two goals late in the game spelled defeat for the U13Bs against fellow strugglers Hundon Hawks. The 2-0 scoreline was hard on Priory who had competed well throughout the match.

Ramsey

A CUP final appearance awaits the U12s after they beat Powerleague 2-1. Kyle McPartlin netted the first and the win was secured when Liam Parish smashed home a 25-yarder.

The U10s progressed to the semi-finals with a 3-1 win over Bluntisham thanks to goals from William Taylor, Zak Stevens and an own goal.

Jacob Darlington hit two and there was one apiece for Ciaran Seabridge and Austin Draycott when the U8Bs grabbed a narrow 4-3 win against St Ives.

Alfie West was on form as he notched two for the U11s in their 5-0 win against Bluntisham. Other goals came from Tom Cuthbert, John Day and Jordan Cafferkey.

Rams U17s lost for the first time this season as Comberton got the better of them 2-1. David Turnbull hit the consolation goal for the Rams.

St Ives

RANGERS U13A had a great 5-1 win at Sawston. There was a brace apiece for Dan Jackson and Jack Summers with the other coming from Mark Walker.

The U9S side came home from Brampton with a 3-2 victory. After going a goal down Rangers had Rory Simmons, Matthew Wright and Callum McDuffus to thank for the goals.

The U13Bs exited the cup at Haverhill, going down 2-1 despite Jeff Black's effort, while the U15Bs were beaten 5-0 by a strong Haverhill side.

The U7Fs met the U7Ts and ran out 5-3 winners after trailing 3-2. The F scorers were James Elvin, Owen Charge and a Billy Driver hat-trick.

It was hard going for the U1B as they ran into a good Priory team and went down 7-2. Bradley Smith and Lloyd Schwier netted the goals.

St Neots

TWO matches against Welwyn resulted in a narrow 3-2 defeat and a 1-1 draw for the U7s.

Jamie Weston netted both goals in the defeat and Callan Irvine was the hero as he netted to earn a draw in the following game.

The U8s had a double header was against Knebworth with each team picking up a win. Will Smith gave the Saints a 1-0 win in the first outing and Brett Davis netted the only goal in a 2-1 defeat in game two.

Somersham

BLUES U8s went down to a narrow 2-1 defeat at the hands of Fenstanton with the consolation goal coming from Jacob Chaplin.

The U7 Golds played out an exciting 2-2 draw with neighbours Warboys. Jordan Ciliberto and Joe Jackson scored a goal each after Golds had fallen behind. Warboys had the last word with an equaliser in the last minute.

Stukeley Meadows

MEADOWS U9s managed a 3-1 win against Somersham Black. The goal heroes were Jordan Thrift-Sommers, Daniel Worrall and an unfortunate own goal.

Warboys

THERE was a 2-0 win for the U10s as they beat Brampton with a goal in each half from Liam Durber and Alex Daniel.

The U14s came back from Fulbourn having secured a hard-earned 1-1 draw.

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