Five-star Mackay puts Priory into cruise control
ARRAN Mackay went goal crazy as Priory Parkside U14A cruised to a 7-1 victory at Whittlesford. Priory led only 1-0 at half-time on a sticky pitch but dominated the second half. Mackay scored five times with Gordon Logan and Tom Moffat completing the scori
ARRAN Mackay went goal crazy as Priory Parkside U14A cruised to a 7-1 victory at Whittlesford.
Priory led only 1-0 at half-time on a sticky pitch but dominated the second half. Mackay scored five times with Gordon Logan and Tom Moffat completing the scoring. Dan Birkinshaw picked up Priory's man of the match award.
A TERRIFIC game between Alconbury U11 Reds and Godmanchester C ended in a 3-3 draw. Nathan Brown scored twice for the home side with man of the match Cameron Brown grabbing the other in an end-to-end contest.
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Although the scores were level at half time, Alconbury U14 came away 2-1 winners from Ely City. Callum Baker equalised after the home side took the lead before Tom Hunt scored the winner four minutes later. Centre back Bobby Turner was MOTM.
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THERE were nine goals in Rangers U9s 6-3 victory at Little Paxton. Dean Worrall scored a hat-trick to give the visitors the advantage going into half time. After the break Ben Johnson and Harry Taylor added further goals before MOTM Worrall scored his fourth to secure the win.
For the second week running Bluntisham U11s came from behind to win, this time 3-2 at KC Cougars. Matty Banks started the comeback, while George Davis was in the right place to tap in the winning goal.
Doubles from Liam Cooper, Jack Summerlin and Will Acton set Rangers U13B on their way to a 7-2 win against Soham. Liam Smith scored the other goal as Blunty extended their unbeaten run to 15 games.
The U15s were on the wrong side of a five-goal thriller against Ramsey, though they battled back from 3-0 down. Alex Parsons and Dan Sterna scored the goals but Bluntisham couldn't quite complete the comeback.
AFTER going 4-0 down it seemed all over for Spartans U9s, but they battled back and nearly secured an equaliser against Priory Parkside T.
Cameron Ball got the reply moving and two goals from Owain Collard threatened to spoil Priory's party.
The U12s continued their recent good form with a 3-2 win at Soham Town. Two goals by Jack Snare and a late winner by Jimmy Wetherall were just enough to pip their opponents.
KESTRELS U12 Girls distanced themselves from the chasing pack with a thoroughly deserved 1-0 win at third-placed Duston Knights. Player of the match Georgie Goodwin was the matchwinner, blasting home inside the final 15 minutes to keep Buckden in second spot.
The U8s triumphed 3-2 against Alconbury. Jack Helliwell scored twice with George Mansfield grabbing the other. Tom Berrill won MOTM.
Meanwhile, the U9s drew 4-4 with St Ives. Scott Irwin scored a hat-trick with Jack Edwards the other scorer. Goalkeeper Jordan Glass won man of the match while Andrew Hamilton and Jack Gibson did well at the back.
Buckden U13s thrashed Mildenhall 15-2. James Freeman won MOTM and scored a hat-trick while Joe Pengelly also scored three times. Josh Ling hit four goals and Rhys Williams scored a hat-trick of his own. Ben Salmon and Joe Smith scored one apiece.
Harriers U14A Girls lost 4-3 to Histon Hornets. Loren Ellard, Lucy Somerville-Large and player of the match Miquela McDonald were all on target while Alex Sherenco shone in defence.
DESPITE not playing to their usual high standard, Eaton U14s booked a place in the Knockout Cup final with a 3-2 win against Ely Cruasders. Rob Melanie, John Woods and Ryan Baxter all scored.
Two goals from Sam Scott weren't enough to stop Eaton Socon U10s going down 4-3 to Ramsey. Although they went all out to equalise and had a penalty appeal turned down, it was Ramsey who progressed.
SIMON Zientek's hat-trick earned Godmanchester U10C an exciting 3-3 draw with Alconbury Red. Kasey Nicholson provided the cross for Zientek's final equaliser while Max Elliott earned MOTM for his wing play.
Rovers U11B lost their winning touch as they went down to a heavy 9-2 defeat by Graveley. Man of the match Jake Burrill and Kieran Bruce each scored while Tom Marrion also performed well.
A workmanlike Priory U9F were cast aside 4-0 by Godmanchester Youth. James Horrey scored two quickfire goals to get Goddy off to a good start while Greg Goodwin and Calum Harcourt completed the scoring. A rampaging display earned Ellis Ogle MOTM.
A tight contest saw Godmanchester U8s lose out 2-1 at home to KC Cougars - their first league defeat of the season. Man of the match James Osbourne scored the consolation goal for Rovers while Grady Bruce and George Gipson also played well.
A double strike from Ant West helped Rovers U17s to a 6-2 win against Newmarket. Jonny Hall opened the account for Goddy with Edward Gee, Stephen Rosamund and Terrell Kilpatrick completing the goalscoring.
Rovers U11B ran out 3-1 winners against Brampton Spartans. Ellis Sullivan opened the scoring with a penalty and went on to score a hat-trick, earning himself man of the match.
GRACE Stanley opened the scoring as Graveley U9 Reds secured a 2-1 win at Needingworth Colts. Jordan Lydon made it 2-0 with a fine finish and although the hosts pulled one back, man of the match goalkeeper Lewis Maude kept them out with some excellent saves.
Meanwhile, the U11 Reds had an excellent 9-2 victory at Godmanchester B. Ben McConnell hit the back of the net five times with man of the match Ben Rodgers scoring twice. Ian Donald and Joseph Rounce completed the scoring with a goal apiece.
A TWELVE goal thriller saw Paxton U8s come from 4-1 down against Bluntisham to secure a point. Cameron Stump hit four with Morgan Thomas also on target.
Early goals from Lauren Page and William Whitney helped Great Paxton U9s beat Sawtry 4-2. Jake Smith was player of the match while Zoe Noades and Callum McMillan shone in defence.
JAMEY Harold and Lee Collins scored their first goals for Rowdies U9s but it wasn't enough to stop them sliding to a 4-2 defeat against KC Cougars. Harold was named MOTM.
Two goal-line clearances meant Rowdies U13s had to settle for a point against Bluntisham Rangers. Lewis Hammond's header and Jake Thornton's MOTM display were most noteworthy.
A HAT-TRICK from Aiden Stockwell helped earn Little Paxton U13s a 4-2 victory at Warboys. Josh Dexter made an excellent save at 2-2 which inspired Paxton to their win. Kieran Dawson picked up MOTM and Michael Bell scored the other goal.
BEN Rittel put in a MOTM-winning performance to helped Needy U11s put St Neots Saints to the sword 4-2. Alex Cook opened Needingworth's account with more goals coming from Bradley Maher, Jake Watling and Jordan Payne's first of the season.
Despite not having played for three weeks, Needingworth U12s thrashed Ramsey B 16-1. Ryan Pascoe netted after 11 seconds as Needy took their total goals for the season to 115. Man of the match Innes Christison scored eight times - taking his tally for the season to 60. James Neve scored two, Alex Holland and Pascoe each added one while Charlie Wood hit a hat-trick.
THERE were three hat-tricks in Priory U13A's 10-0 win against Chatteris Town. Sam Elias, Josh Benson and Felix Woolf were all fighting over the matchball. Sam Bristo scored the other goal while Lee Darlow picked up man of the match.
Alfie Bass netted four times as Parkside U8s completed the double over Ramsey with an 8-0 win. Josh Bennett scored twice while Jack Morrison and man of the match Joe Bennett were also on target.
Their best football of the season saw Priory U11B triumph 3-2 at Waterbeach. Kai Steemers put Parkside in front on two occasions before Braden Smith clinched the win in the second half.
LIAM Carrigan hit an amazing six goals in six minutes as Ramsey U7A hammered Bluntisham 17-0. Carrigan scored eight in total while Matthew Walker netted five times. Jamie Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Robbie Arthur, Oli Stevens, Evan McPartlin and Ethan Green also found the back of the net.
The U7B side gained a close 3-2 win against Buckden Juniors. Jacob Darlington bagged a brace with Oliver Bowd the other goalscorer.
Rams U10A played Eaton Socon in the Hunts Mini Soccer Cup Competition and just shaded matters in an evenly matched game. Jordan Dover, Jordan Cafferkey, Alfie West and Peter Waters were all on target in a 4-3 win to secure a place in the semi finals for the Rams.
A Liam Parish hat-trick helped the U11s to a 6-0 win against Warboys. Jake Galloway bagged a brace and Luke Jenkins notched the other while Jack Gower hit the consolation for Rams U12B as they went down 16-1 to Needingworth.
Tom Jex hit a hat-trick as Ramsey saw off Fordham Hammers 6-3. Tee Mashonganyika bagged a brace while there was one for Luke Seery and Chris Cooper grabbed MOTM.
Ramsey U15s took a 3-2 win against Bluntisham Rangers A. Both teams missed opportunities and Ramsey held on after leading 3-0 at the break.
HAYDEN Bream opened the scoring as Sawtry U12s moved into the final of the Hunts County Cup. Chris Alban forced an own goal from a Priory Parkside defender while Josh Bennis headed in from a Jonny Hipwell corner to seal the win. Tyla Lister was MOTM. The final will be against Stanground Juniors at Alconbury on March 25.
GOALS from Sam Jackson and Ryan Dunster weren't enough to stop Somersham Orange U7s going down to a 7-2 defeat at Fenstanton. Jack Brett won man of the match for his goalkeeping.
Somersham U7 Blue came away 5-1 winners from their match at Alconbury. Man of the match Curtis Lee scored twice with a Liam Townsend brace and an own goal helping the team secure the win. Adam Proctor and Liam Papworth did well in midfield.
St Ives Rangers
DOUBLE strikes from Will Rolt and Josh Smith helped earn Rangers U8s a 4-3 victory at Sawtry Blue Sox.
In a game of eight goals, Rangers U9S shared the spoils with Buckden Ospreys. Jake Bowen, man of the match Charlie Pratt and two from Ned Cossey looked to have earned Rangers the win but Buckden levelled late on. Meanwhile, the U9P side lost 9-0 away despite Jonathan Good's heroics in goal.
LEAGUE leaders Buntingford Town were pushed all the way by Saints U18s, but came out 3-2 winners. New signing Cameron Facey and Andrew Wale scored the goals for Town but the visitors snatched the win with 10 minutes remaining.
St Neots U7s took on Shefford in two separate fixtures on Saturday. The first saw them record a 5-0 win thanks to Callum Taylor and MOTM Joe Gore's doubles and bad boy Will Smith's strike. The second game was a similar affair, Saints this time winning 6-0. Sam Cartwright scored a hat-trick with Stevan Shaw, Ben Carpenter and an own goal the others on target. Ruben Rai was MOTM.
St Neots U9s sent two teams to Melbourn, with mixed results. A Joe Keech goal and MOTM performance from Jordan Elt wasn't enough for the Blues, who went down to a 3-1 defeat. The Whites, however, were always in control as they cruised home 3-0. Keech scored twice, Sam Cooke netted the other and Oliver Cherry was man of the match.
Jamie Barker scored twice but it wasn't enough as St Neots U11s went down 4-2 at Needingworth. Simon Barker picked up MOTM.
Goals from Ryan Vale, Dominic Smith and Lewis Davis helped Saints U10 Blues to a 3-1 win against Melbourn. Ben Kearns won MOTM. The U10 Whites triumphed 6-0 against the same opponents. Jay Wells scored twice with Samuel Pritchard, Ross Pirie, MOTM Jack Brown and Aaron Ward on target.
THERE were 10 goals in Warboys U10s' game against Priory Parkside L - with the St Neots club coming out 6-4 winners. Stephen Tippell, Matthew Brown and a pair from Farris Alston weren't enough for Warboys while Tippell picked up man of the match.