Cooper fires Paxton to huge triumph

A FIRST half hat-trick from Ben Cooper set Great Paxton U15s on their way to an 8-1 triumph at Warboys. Michael Crisp (2), Ben May, Josh Spavins and a fourth from Cooper completed the scoring while Stephen Kerr was named man of the match as Paxton maintai

A FIRST half hat-trick from Ben Cooper set Great Paxton U15s on their way to an 8-1 triumph at Warboys.

Michael Crisp (2), Ben May, Josh Spavins and a fourth from Cooper completed the scoring while Stephen Kerr was named man of the match as Paxton maintained their unbeaten start to the season.

Alconbury

VISITORS Ely Crusaders pushed Alconbury U14s all the way but the home side kept up their unbeaten run with a 4-1 victory. Alex Frost, Alex Arnold, Liam Smith and Tom Hunt all hit the target while Sam Young earned the man of the match award.


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Bluntisham Rangers

DESPITE visitors Hardwick arriving with an unbeaten record, Rangers U11s swept them aside 6-0 with some excellent attacking play.

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Dominic Gowland hit a hat-trick while Jake Sterna (2) and George Davies were also on the scoresheet.

A hat-trick from Michael Rowden helped Bluntisham U12s race to an 8-0 win at Hemingford in the Hunts Cup. Daniel Kynoch (2), Matthew Worrall, George King and Cameron Brown were the other players on target.

Strikes from Dom Stevens and Ben Rittel couldn't prevent Blunty U11s going down to a 5-2 defeat at Warboys.

Despite a hard-working performance from Rangers U15s, they had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Ellesmere Eagles. Alex Parsons scored for Rangers while Dan Smith and Josh Parker went close to securing the victory.

Brampton

A GAME that had everything saw Spartans U11s lose out 3-1 at home to Godmanchester A. Jools Arts goal equalised Godmanchester's opener but the visitors pulled clear and edged the victory in a fine game.

Buckden

A LYDIA Salmon hat-trick helped Buckden Kites U11 Girls to a 5-0 win against Bar Hill in their first game of the season. Ella Pearce and Katie Batchelor were the other players to find the back of the net.

Buckden Kestrels U12 Girls had a good 3-1 victory away at Heelands Rangers. Megan Taylor, Caitlin Marks and Sarah Palmer put Buckden 3-1 up and despite a late consolation, the visitors held on for a comfortable win. Player of the match went to Beth Robinson.

Godmanchester Rovers

ASHLEY Hehir hit a hat-trick to help Rovers U9s to an exciting 6-4 win against Graveley. Alec Bryden, James Berkshire and an own goal were the other goalscoreres and Hehir picked up the man of the match award for some excellent all-round play.

Meanwhile, Goddy U11Bs lost out in their match against Graveley despite Jake Burrill's man of the match display and Harley Green picking up the Kimberley Cup.

Rovers U13C travelled to Needingworth B and came back with a 5-0 victory. Man of the match Oliver Notley grabbed four goals with Glen Johnstone hitting the other.

Greg Goodwin and Joss Gwynn scored to maintain Goddy U9As 100 per cent start to the season at Priory F. Goalkeeper Tom Daniel was named man of the match as his saves helped Rovers to a 2-1 victory.

Godmanchester U10s narrowly lost out 4-3 at St Ives Rangers R. Elkana Sibanda's hat-trick was not enough to earn a point as Rangers snatched victory with five minutes remaining.

A man of the match display from Blake Healy helped Goddy U11Cs to a 4-1 win against Alconbury Reds. Sean Olley, Jamie Worrall, Simon Zientek and Kasey Nicholson were all on target for Goddy.

The U12Cs went down to a heavy 8-1 defeat against Over Sports. Youseff Moazzam scored Goddy's only goal while Adam Morley and George Rawlings were jointly named men of the match.

Great Paxton

A GOAL from Jack Noades couldn't stop Paxton U12s from slipping to a narrow 2-1 defeat against Woodston Dynamos. Bradley Boston picked up the man of the match award.

Huntingdon Rowdies

FOUR goals from Neil Macphee helped Rowdies U15s to an 8-0 victory at Ely City. Wayne Childerley chipped in with a hat-trick of his own and Ashley Welford grabbed the other goal.

Meanwhile, Rowdies U9s went down to their first defeat of the season, 4-1 against KC Cougars. Callum Brown netted for Huntingdon while Lee Collins was named man of the match.

The U13s took a two-goal lead against Histon Hornets but eventually lost out 4-3 after an end-to-end contest. Lewis Hammond scored twice with Joey Nicholson getting the other and Joe Platten was named man of the match.

Little Paxton

GOALS from Michael Bell and man of the match Seb Hall helped Paxton U13s to a 2-2 home draw against Cambridge side NST Strikers. The home side took a two goal lead but two set pieces from the visitors ensured the points were shared.

Priory Parkside

DESPITE a battling performance, Parkside U9F slipped to a 2-1 home defeat to Godmanchester A. Jordan Brown hit a fine shot to equalise for Priory but a penalty handed the visitors victory despite the best efforts of man of the match Andrew Hornby.

A Danny Cain hat-trick helped Priory U13C to a 7-3 victory against St Ives Rangers. Gareth Elkins (2), Josh Crofts and Lindsey Smith all netted in a fine team performance played in an excellent spirit.

Parkside U12s came away 3-1 winners from St Neots in a game they never looked like losing. Jake Manlow, Mark Jose and man of the match Zack Moore found the back of the net.

The U14As continued their winning start to the season with a 2-0 win against QAS Youth. Goalkeeper Ryan Ferrera made some excellent saves to keep the clean sheet while Cameron Purser and Stuart Kemp scored the goals. Super-sub Liam Hemming was named man of the match.

Ramsey

IT was raining goals for the Rams U7As as they hit 17 past hapless Bluntisham Rangers, who managed one in reply. Jamie Short (7), Oliver Stevens (5), Liam Carrigan (2), Robbie Arthur (2) and Jordan Johnson all found the target.

Ramsey U7B earned their first league win, defeating Buckden Juniors 6-1. Jacob Darlington (4) and Oliver Bowd (2) were the goalscorers.

Birthday boy Bradley McManus hit a hat-trick for Rams U9A as they cruised to a 5-0 win against St Ives Rangers M. William Taylor grabbed the other two goals.

Rams U9B lost out 6-4 to Godmanchester B after two late goals. Daniel Wing (2), Marco Fiore and Jordan Mays hit the target.

Three goals from David Lane helped the U10As to a 6-0 victory at home to Great Paxton. Jordan Dover, Jordan Cafferkey and Charlie Steadman rounded off the scoring.

Two own goals saw Rams U11s lose out 2-1 against Priory Parkside A. Kyle Ferrier pulled a goal back late on but it was not enough.

The U12As narrowly defeated Huntingdon Rowdies A 2-1. Reuben Taylor and Elliot Smith helped Rams through to the next round of the Hunts Cup.

A consolation goal from Oliver Day was not enough to stop Rams U13s falling to a 5-1 defeat against Bottisham Colts. Myles Hyndeman was named man of the match.

Ramsey U15s had a 4-2 win against Great Paxton. Chris Whitfield scored twice with Janagan Sivakumar and an own goal completing the scoring.

Sawtry

SOME impressive flowing football from Sawtry Bluesox U10s saw them come away 7-0 winners from Brampton. Liam Bohonis (2), Christopher Smith (2), Ben Gibbins (2) and Tim Ward were all on target.

Somersham

A SUPERB hat-trick from Sam Jackson helped Somersham Orange U7s to a 6-0 victory against Willingham. Ryan Dunster, Matthew Ordish and Joe Jackson were the other goalscorers as the home side completed a comfortable victory.

St Ives Rangers

A FINE hat-trick from Sophie Luckhurst and a strike from Holly Knott gave Rangers U14 Girls an excellent 4-1 victory at Fulbourn Colts.

Meanwhile, St Ives U9Ps suffered a heavy 9-2 defeat against Brampton Spartans A despite goals from Jay Kay Hudson and Ben Keating and man of the match performance from Isaac Powell.

Rangers U9S came back from 3-0 down to win 4-3 against Buckden Ospreys. Jake Bowen's run led to an own goal and further strikes from Charlie Whitworth, Theo Hancock and Jordan Skinner gave Saints the win. Whitworth was named man of the match.

The U9Ms went down to a 5-0 defeat at Ramsey A, despite an excellent goalkeeping performance from Michael Scott, earning him the man of the match award.

A depleted U11A side also went down 5-0, this time at St Neots Saints. Callum Walker was man of the match for Rangers.

In a hard-fought game, Rangers U14B lost out 4-2 at home to Soham Town Colts. Glen Tilbrook and Mark Howe found the target for the home side while Ryan Johnson was man of the match.

Two goals each from Doulton Kingston and man of the match Kieran Enticknap gave Rangers U12Bs an exciting 4-2 cup victory against Peterborough City.

St Neots Town

AFTER a three-week lay off, Town U18s came back into action with a 4-1 against Thetford Town. Callum Beattie and James Hall scored two goals apiece to hand Saints victory.

St Neots U10As leapfrogged visitors Buntingford Cougars with a narrow victory. Ryan Vale scored the only goal of an end-to-end game while Matthew Gilbert was named man of the match.

Saints U10Bs kept up their good recent form with a fine 7-0 victory. A Dominic Smith hat-trick led the way with further goals from Ross Pirie, man of the match Jay Wells, Samuel Pritchard and an own goal settling the contest.

A brace from Craig Thomas gave Saints U15s victory in a nine-goal thriller at Baldock. Carl Lofty, an own goal and a Jessie Bettle penalty completed the scoring while Dan Nelson was named man of the match.

Meanwhile, Saints U11s ran out 6-0 winners at home to St Ives Rangers thanks to a man of the match performance from Martin Faulkner.

Warboys

MAN of the match Charlie Naylor netted a brace to help Warboys U11s to a 5-2 victory against Bluntisham. Levi Massie, Bradley Whybrow and Harry Hunt were the other goalscorers.

Meanwhile the U13s had an exciting 5-4 win against Longstowe. James Ellarby (2), Charlie Upshall, Tyler Grissett and Harry Brookmyre were on target while Jake Lawton was man of the match for an excellent performance.

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