Davis double sets Saints on the road to victory

LEWIS Davis struck twice as St Neots U11s earned a 3-2 victory at Letchworth. Samuel Pritchard completed the narrow win in the second half. Alconbury THOMAS Sheldon hit the net five times in the U7 Reds 9-3 win against Huntingdon Rowdies. Louis Spicer

LEWIS Davis struck twice as St Neots U11s earned a 3-2 victory at Letchworth.

Samuel Pritchard completed the narrow win in the second half.


THOMAS Sheldon hit the net five times in the U7 Reds' 9-3 win against Huntingdon Rowdies. Louis Spicer hit two and there were one each for Matthew Harvey and Kirean Kirschner.

The U7 Blues lost 3-1 at Ramsey despite Jacob Park's strike, while two from Jonny Collins and one from Nathan King earned the U13s a 3-0 win at Soham.

The U15s went down 3-0 at home to Eaton Socon.

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A CALLUM Taylor effort and an own goal earned Blasters U9s a 2-0 win at home to St Ives GA, while the U16Bs rued a missed penalty as they lost out 1-0 to Musketeers.

Rangers U14B overcame stiff opposition at Fulbourn Falcons to gain a 4-2 win. The goals came from Danny Baynes, two from Liam Smith, and Aaron Ellis.

Four goals were scored by the U11A against Godmanchester who could only muster a single strike in reply. The strikes came from Elliott Glendye, Kieran Carter, Ryan Payne and a cool finish from James Woodward.

The U11Bs were on the wrong end of a 9-2 scoreline against a powerful Newmarket team despite goals from Lewis Cobalt and Lewis Bowcutt.

A good team performance saw the U16s claim a fine 4-0 victory at Milton.


AFTER an opening goal from Max Bradshaw-Clifford, Spartans U10s fell away and lost 5-1 to Godmanchester.

All out attacking from the U12s led to a 14-0 crushing of Sawtry in a cup match. Charlie Naylor starred with six, there was a hat-trick for Pete Clark and other strikes came from Adam Pedlar, Josh Dawson, Will Brettle, Christian Le and a penalty scored by James Belbin.

A great second half fightback saw the U10 Blues come from two down against Cambourne to win 3-2. Max Crosby came off the bench to score the first, followed by goals from Cameron Ball and Ross Puckey.

The U9 Blues suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat at the hands of Sawtry despite taking the lead with a goal from Chris Hartley.

The U9 Reds got the better of KC Cougars with a fine 6-3 win. Jack Findlay scored twice with other goals coming from Luke Perrin, Isaac Matcham, Jack Veazey and Tony Herbert.


OSPREYS U10s met St Ives and recorded a 2-0 win. They had Scott Irwin and Jack Edwards to thank for the goals and a good goalkeeping display by Fritz Sherenco.

A fine all round team performance at Sutton Sterling saw Harriers U15 Girls record a fine 3-0 cup win thanks to Miquela McDonald's brace and Angharad Carlton's effort, while Kestrels U13 Girls were held 0-0 by Lea Valley United.

The U7s were unable to overcome a strong Warboys team and had their keeper to thank for a string of good saves in the 6-4 defeat.


A SOLITARY strike from Theodore Diejomaoh was not enough for Eagles U14s as they lost 2-1 to Haverhill while Harley Godfrey's effort didn't stop a 4-1 defeat for the U12s.

Eaton Socon

EATON U12s fell to only their second defeat this season when they lost 4-3 to Comberton Crusaders.

Ollie Broome's double strike and a goal from Rhys Harvey were not enough.


A DEPLETED Goddy U9s rolled their sleeves up to record a great 6-1 win over Ramsey. Goals from Toby Graham, James Osborne, Jared McNamara, Patrick Forshaw and two from Jake Bennett completed the rout.

The U10As produced some good second-half football to over come hosts Brampton 5-1 after going a goal down. Greg Goodwin hit two with Ellis Ogle, Matt Allan and Peter Southee completing the win.

Rovers U13As dominated their encounter with Ramsey and ran out 5-2 winners.

New signing Jack Snare grabbed two and the others goals were scored by Trafford Hudson, Josh Burgess and Ryan Son.

A hat-trick from Sean Olley and one each for Scott Johnston and Simon Zientek couldn't rescue Rovers U12s as they lost 6-5 to Fulbourn.

Huntingdon Rowdies

DESPITE a hat-trick from Jake McFarlane, Rowdies U9s went down 4-3 to a Priory clincher in the final minute.

It was back to winning ways for the U14s as they beat a spirited St Ives side 9-0. Joey Nicholson netted four times and there was a brace for Adam Naylor, while Daniel Coles and Richard Brandon also scored.

Little Paxton

PAXTON U9s found themselves 3-0 down against Priory before attempting to mount a comeback. The final score was 4-2 to Priory despite Paxton's extensive efforts and goals from Samuel Squire and Shae Humphrey.


GOALS from Ryan Batsford, Daniel Turnbull and Ben Casey didn't stop the U9s going down 5-3 to Priory.

Priory Parkside

TEN of the best sailed into Newmarket's net as Priory U14A ran riot on their journey to Suffolk. Felix Wolff hit a hat-trick and other goals came from Aiden London and Danny Walton with a brace each, Joe Dawborn, Ryan Fagan and Liam Nicholson.

Priory U11J beat off a determined Great Paxton team 3-2 in a cup match thanks to Harry Lindsell, Alessandro Capasso and Matthew Allen.

There was an outstanding performance by the U10 Girls as they thumped eight past Burwell without reply. Karli Smith led the scorers with four, Millie Franklin netted twice and there was one apiece for Izzie Simmons and Georgia Bickley.

Priory U13B lost 3-0 to Histon Hornets despite goalkeeper Martyn Cosgrave making a fine penalty save.

The U9Bs ran out 4-3 winners against Huntingdon Rowdies. Alex Lester stole the show with a hat-trick while Lee Chapman also netted.


TONY Wagstaff smashed a hat-trick for the Rams U7 as they won 3-1 against Alconbury Blue while the U8As were went down 4-3 to Sawtry despite goals from Jamie Short, Liam Carrigan and Robbie Arthur.

A strong Godmanchester side beat the U9As 6-1 with Lewis Harrold netting the consolation goal. There was better news for the U10As with a 5-1 win against nearby Warboys. William Taylor hit two with one apiece for Zak Stevens, Matthew Eyre, and Bradley McManus.

The U12s saw their way through to the next round of the Hunts County Cup competition as they took a convincing 8-1 win over Stanground. Josh England and Kyle McPartlin both bagged a brace with one apiece from Kyle Ferrier, Luke Jenkins, Dan Short and Liam Parish.

Rams U13A performed well but lost 5-2 to Godmanchester A - Elliot Smith and Oli Wright scored for the Rams.

Thomas George hit the consolation for the Rams U13B as they went down 5-1 to Great Paxton while the U17s came from behind to beat Papworth 4-2 - Mike Neil hit two while Rory Fenton and Sean Hackett also netted.


BLUESOX U9s came from behind to run out 2-1 winners in their home game against Brampton.

St Ives

RANGERS U13A secured a 2-1 extra-time victory to progress to the cup final - Oliver Loia and Tom Richards were the goal heroes.

The U11B visited Huntingdon Rowdies in the KO Cup and were indebted to a Dan Davis hat-trick in their 4-3 victory. The other goal came from Lloyd Schwier.

There was a 6-0 win for the U9S side against Ramsey with two goals from Callum McDuffus and further goals from Matthew Wright, Rory Simmons and Luke Packham.

The U13Bs fought back to beat Littleport 6-3 thanks to two from Tom Johnson and other goals from Sam Taylor, Jason Billam, Calum Ross and a Jeff Black penalty.

The U15s defeated local rivals Godmanchester 6-2. Glenn Tilbrook netted a hat-trick, Michael Keeley scored twice and Adam Maltby also scored.

A Josh Smith hat-trick and a James Marshall strike proved just enough for the U9 Reds to beat Bluntisham 4-3.

St Neots

THE U8 Reds played two games against Royston, narrowly losing twice by scores of 4-3 and 2-0. Stevan Shaw scored twice and Sam Cartwright netted once.

Stukeley Meadows

A THRILLING end-to-end game finished 2-2 between the U9s and Somersham Black. The visitors went 2-0 up before goals from Matty Wright and Jordan Thrift-Sommers tied the match.


A SINGLE effort from Sam Groom was the only consolation as the U10s lost out 5-1 in a cup match against Ramsey, while the U8s fared no better at Priory as they lost 6-1 despite Finlay Alston's effort.

Warboys U7s had another exciting encounter against Buckden, winning 6-4. There was a hat-trick for Harry England, two for Harry Walker and a sixth for Thomas Coles.