Colts Round-up: Alconbury Girls claim Plate on penalties
Colts football ALCONBURY U15 Girls lifted their first-ever trophy when they overcame a resolute Hormead Hares on penalties in the S-Tech U15 Girls Plate. Nothing was easy for the teams in the tough conditions and the sides were locked at 1-1 at full-time
ALCONBURY U15 Girls lifted their first-ever trophy when they overcame a resolute Hormead Hares on penalties in the S-Tech U15 Girls Plate.
Nothing was easy for the teams in the tough conditions and the sides were locked at 1-1 at full-time and 2-2 after extra-time.
Penalties were needed and the player of the day was Alconbury keeper Steph Wardlow who made the all important penalty save to give Alconbury the win.
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Robyn Barlow had blasted them into a first-half lead with a long range effort but Hares bounced back in the second half to equalise and force extra-time.
Georgie Goodwin again put Alconbury ahead, and they seemed set for glory to win until a second equaliser three minutes from extra time took the match to penalties.
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ROWDIES F ended the season with a 4-1 home defeat to Priory Parkside S.
Rowdies battled away and got their goal just before the final whistle from man of the match Hugo Silva.
Buckden avenged their league defeat earlier this season when they beat Hemingford 2-0.
Man of the match Max Stubbings gave Buckden the lead and added his second before the end to edge Buckden home.
HEMINGFORD Blacks won the Cottenham tournament with a 2-0 win against Fulbourn A, as Luke Toates and Joe Darer shot them to the trophy.
The club had entered three teams in the Cottenham tournament, with two teams fighting their way through to the quarter-finals.
The Whites saw their involvement ended at that stage by the team that the Blacks defeated in the final.
St Ives Rangers D put 10 past colleagues Rangers TK who replied with five in the teams' final match of the season. Rangers D scorers on the day were Amir Kamal, who blasted five, Owen Charge, George Cawte, Tom James, Ben Wellings and an own goal.
St Ives Rangers R defeated Rangers T 7-0 with Tom King putting in a man-of-the-match performance.
Goals from Aaron Ania, Robert Carlos (2), Declan Rice (2), Hugo Lambie and Lewis Jones completed the win.
St Neots Dark Blues visited Hitchin Town Youth and took an early lead through Gary Evans, which they held until the break.
There was some good defending by Lewis Yeoman and a good pass by man of the match Keiron Gunn put Gary Evans in to score his second of the match. Hitchin scored soon after but Neots went on to win 2-1.
Sawtry U11 Blue Sox beat a host of visiting teams to win their own Sawtry 5s tournament at Greenfields.
The player of the day was keeper Brandon Bromwich, but the goalscorers were equally impressive, with Blue Sox scoring six goals in the group games as Oliver Crisp and Nathan Baker bagged three apiece.
The semi-final finished 0-0 against Netherton A, with Sawtry winning the penalty shoot-out, and a single Baker goal decided the final against Riverside Red.