Fab-four Jex a big hit as debut goes like a dream

DEBUT hero Tom Jex had a day to remember as he smashed four goals to help Ramsey U13s record an emphatic 6-1 win against Comberton Crusaders. Louis Shepherd chipped in with the other two goals as Ramsey won heavily for the third week running. Luke Seery

DEBUT hero Tom Jex had a day to remember as he smashed four goals to help Ramsey U13s record an emphatic 6-1 win against Comberton Crusaders.

Louis Shepherd chipped in with the other two goals as Ramsey won heavily for the third week running. Luke Seery was named man of the match for his good performance.

Bluntisham Rangers

A JACOB Peel hat-trick set Blunty U8 on their way to a convincing 8-3 victory against Ramsey. Goalkeeper Jay Coulson netted twice with Sam Barker, Alex Lucas and Zac Ling also on target. Man of the match performances came from Barker and Matthew Ford.


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Blunty U8B ran out 11-1 winners against St Ives Rangers in a friendly. Man of the match Jack Deadman and Calum Taylor each scored four goals with Toby Davies netting a brace and Joshua Cunningham completing the scoring.

Despite scoring four times, Blunty U9A lost out 7-4 to a skilful Godmanchester side. Harry Taylor scored twice with Rowan Wilson and an own goal the other players on target.

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Bottisham U11 were swept aside 6-3 by a determined Bluntisham. Dominic Stevens and George Davies each hit doubles with Ruben Pylee and an own goal completing the scoring.

Brampton Spartans

A GREAT fightback wasn't quite enough to stop Spartans U12 going down 3-2 to Whittlesford Warriors. Ruari Clark and George Wilson reduced the deficit after Brampton went 3-0 down but they couldn't rescue the draw.

The U11s fared better in their Knockout Cup tie with Ramsey, coming out 4-1 winners. An Adam Pedlar hat-trick and a fourth goal from James Downing secured the victory.

A goal from Isaac Matcham gave the Spartans U8 friendly squad some consolation in their heavy defeat to Sawtry Blue Sox. Jack Mitchell was man of the match.

The U8 league squad fared better but still ended up on the wrong end of a 7-4 defeat to Sawtry Blue Sox despite benefiting from an own goal.

Meanwhile the U9 side cruised to a 5-1 victory against St Ives Rangers. Josh Hawker, Chris Hartley, Luke Fennell, Max Bradshaw Clifford and an unfortunate own goal were the goalscorers.

Buckden

A SUPERB late save from Fran George helped Buckden Kestrels U12 Girls keep a clean sheet in their 2-0 win against top side Moulton Magpies. Megan Taylor and Sarah Palmer scored the goals to secure the victory.

The U9 Ospreys lost out 5-3 to a strong Needingworth side. Scott Irwin, George Mansfield and Anthony Stewart all netted and goalkeeper Jordan Glass earned the player of the match award.

Buckden Eagles U10B lost 5-0 to higher-grade opponents St Ives Rangers U10L. Hadleigh Smyrck earned the man of the match award for his strong performance.

Spoils were shared in Buckden Girls U14A's match with Comberton Crusaders. Lianne Griffiths was player of the match and Angharad Carlton scored Buckden's goal in a 1-1 draw.

Eaton Socon

A LATE strike from Ollie Caress wasn't enough to rescue a point for Socon U11 in their match at Alconbury. Bradley Kircher was man of the match for Eaton but the score finished 2-1.

Godmanchester Rovers

A PULSATING contest saw Rovers U9A triumph 7-4 against Bluntisham. A hat-trick from Lewis Gabb plus strikes from Greg Goodwin, Matt Allan, Calum Harcourt and Archie Maggs secured the emphatic victory.

Oliver Le Farge scored Godmanchester U13C's only goal in a 1-1 draw with Priory Parkside.

Rovers had chances to win the game with William Van Es earning man of the match.

Goals from Sean Olley and man of the match Simon Zientek weren't enough to prevent Goddy U11C going down to a heavy 7-2 defeat to an impressive Graveley side.

The U11Bs took on their A team counterparts and suffered a 9-0 defeat, not helped by goalkeeper Tom Marrion's injury early on. Harrison Maggs and Mike O'Connor were the B side's outstanding players.

Goals from Oliver Langford and James Berkshire were not quite enough to stop Goddy U9B losing out 3-2 at Huntingdon Rowdies. Player of the match was Jack Forster.

Graveley

JAMIE Rossiter was the star of the show for Graveley U9 Reds with a goal and man of the match performance in a 1-1 draw at Priory Parkside T. Grace Stanley almost won the game in the closing stages.

The U11 Reds put in a fine performance to defeat Godmanchester 7-2. Ben McConnell netted five times with Ian Donald and Joseph Rounce each grabbing one. Rounce was named man of the match for his standout performance.

Huntingdon Rowdies

ROWDIES U13s slipped to a 4-0 defeat to Priory Parkside C in the Hunts County Cup. Jordan Gillbanks won the man of the match award but it was not to be for Huntingdon.

Needingworth

A GAME of two halves saw Needy U11

lose out by three goals to one against Cherry Hinton Lions. Arnie Harvey bagged his first of the season while Alex Cook and Ashley Poole stood out for their goalkeeping efforts.

Priory Parkside

FOUR well-taken goals earned Priory U13 a 4-0 victory against Huntingdon Rowdies. Shaun Flack, Gareth Ekins, Lozza Roffey and Danny Cain were all on target.

Parkside U9F performed excellently to see off St Ives Rangers P 6-1. Man of the match Lewis Smith turned in a good display as the home side found the net at regular intervals.

A well-taken strike from Sam Bristo earned Priory U13A a creditable 1-1 draw against Godmanchester Rovers C. Liam Nicholson was man of the match.

Parkside U8B also drew, this time 2-2 with KC Cougars. Lee Chapman and Oliver Fitt gave Priory the lead but goalkeeper James Cavanagh-Cole had to make some crucial saves to earn his side a draw.

It rained goals for Priory U10N as they heavily defeated visiting Godmanchester in a downpour. Lee Adams, James Thomas, Cavan Fensom, Joe Brennan, Ryan Bates, Jake Trainell, Thomas Newton and man of the match Josh Gore all hit the target at least once.

Chesterton Eagles were swept aside 3-2 as Priory U14 came from behind to make it through to the semi-finals of the League Cup. Liam Hemming and two goals from man of the match Arran Mackay earned their side victory.

Priory U12B were on the wrong side of a seven-goal thriller. Jack Pirie, Cameron Dunlop and Kevin Neal all hit the target, goalkeeper Noah Cross saved a penalty but opponents Milton snatched the win in the final seconds.

Ramsey

A FANTASTIC cup game saw Ramsey U10A earn a 3-2 win on penalties after a 2-2 draw against Buckden Falcons. Jordan Dover and Alfie West were the heroes in regular time and goalkeeper Adam Butcher saved a penalty to help his side to victory.

Jordan Dawbney's goal was the only consolation for Rams U12B as they lost 5-1 to St Ives Rangers but their U12A counterparts had a better day, winning 6-1 against Bluntisham. Elliot Cafferkey, Reuben Taylor (2), Elliot Smith, Scott Duncan and Matt Bye all found the target.

The U11 side were knocked out of the Cup 4-1 by Brampton. Chris Redshaw's goal was the only consolation.

A late Jordan Mays goal secured a 1-1 draw for Rams U9B in their fixture against Sawtry Yellow Sox with both teams putting in good performances.

A threadbare U8B side lost out 8-3 to Bluntisham despite goals from Billy Lemmon, Marcell Cherlin and Sam Medhurst while the U7A side earned a 3-1 win against Buckden. Oli Stevens hit a brace with Jamie Short grabbing the other.

Sawtry

A HAYDEN Bream hat-trick earned Sawtry U12 an impressive 6-2 win against Glinton United. Chris Lawrence, Jonny Hipwell and Lawrence Francis all grabbed a goal apiece to complete the scoring,

Stand-in goalkeeper Oli Howells was man of the match for the U9 Yellow Sox as they drew 1-1 with Ramsey. Ryan Burcham scored the only goal for Sawtry.

The U11 Yellows went down to a 3-0 defeat against Boston Juniors in blustery conditions.

Somersham

A MATTHEW Ordish drive against the post was the nearest Somersham Orange U7 came to scoring in their 4-0 defeat to their Blue counterparts. Jack Brett was named man of the match.

St Ives Rangers

GUSTY conditions didn't stop Rangers U12A earning a 4-2 win against Ellesmere Eagles. Tom Cornwell and James Morgan hit a goal apiece to secure the victory.

The U12B side also overcame the wind to defeat Ramsey 5-1 in an excellent team performance.

Rangers U11A lost a close match at Girton by three goals to two. Jamie Giglio and Terry Simmons netted for Rangers but they tired late on and lost out despite George Perry's man of the match display.

A good team display wasn't quite enough for Rangers U14 Girls as they lost out 1-0 to local rivals Godmanchester.

The U11 Girls team earned an exciting 7-4 win against Cottenham United. Sarah Mosley was player of the match with four goals with Georgia Rebane also hitting a hat-trick.

Jay Kay Hudson's goal was not enough to prevent Rangers U9 sliding to a 6-1 defeat against Priory Parkside F. Jordan Roitman was Rangers' man of the match.

St Neots Town

SEAN Moyser's goal wasn't enough to secure a win for St Neots U18 against local rivals Huntingdon in a 1-1 draw. Ryan Raynor performed well in goal to secure the draw.

Town U10s drew two apiece with Bishops Stortford Rovers. Cameron Crisp earned player of the match for his brace of goals. Saints Blues also faced Stortford, earning a 1-1 thanks to Matthew Gilbert's header and Ben Hickling's man of the match display.

Stotfold U15s were swept aside 4-1 by Saints Navy Blues in a cup fixture. Keelan Raffill, Richard Willard (2) and Michael Hornby were all on target.

Warboys

DESPITE having only 10 players, Warboys U11 fought well against St Neots but lost out 4-1. Levi Massie's penalty was the consolation while player of the match was Johanna Naismith.

The U9 side continued their winning run with a 3-1 win at Brampton. Sam Groom, Alex Daniel and Fraser Jones all netted with Daniel awarded man of the match.

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