CAMERON Harris was the star for Priory U8As as he netted an amazing seven times in a 9-2 win against Ramsey. Lewis Ager scored the other two while the Ramsey goalkeeper did well to keep the score down. Alconbury ALCONBURY U14s won a well contested Cup match against Eaton Socon 3-1. Paul Mcfarlane, an own goal, and man of the match Liam Smith got the goals. The U8s won an exciting clash with Huntingdon Rowdies 3-2. Man of the match Jack Brinson, George Martin and Sam Kingswell were on target. A comeback from two goals down gave the U10s a win against Alconbury. Man-of-the-match Sam Brooks (2), Luke Moffett and Jordan Hill netted. Bluntisham Rangers DOUBLES from Lewis Bowcutt and Jamie Bluff gave Blunty U10B a win against Buckden Eagles. Adam Few bagged the other while Ben Hirst was man of the match. The U8s lost out 5-3 to KC Cougars despite a fine hat-trick from man-of-the-match Calum Taylor and good running from Josh Cunningham. Blunty U10s just lost out 3-2 in an exciting game with Ramsey. Ryan Payne and James Woodward netted while man of the match was keeper James Geary, who saved a penalty. The U11s battled hard but lost out 4-1 to Ramsey in a cup tie. George Davis scored the consolation for Bluntisham. Meanwhile, the U12s went down 2-0 at home to St Ives Rangers in a tough game played in difficult conditions. Blunty U13s triumphed 2-0 at Haverhill thanks to an early Will Acton goal, followed by a second and some good defensive play after the break. A second-half revival by St Neots Saints U14s knocked Blunty out of the Hunts Cup. Alex White gave Rangers the lead before Saints turned it around. The U15s were unlucky to miss out by a single goal against Godmanchester in a fine game that was a good advert for Colts football. Brampton Spartans AN Adam Pedlar goal gave Spartans U11s a 1-0 win against Milton and progress into the second round of the league cup. The U8s lost out 8-4 in an entertaining game with Sawtry Blue Sox. Harry Wood (2), Jake Winterburn and Tom Snare were on target for Brampton. Buckden OSPREYS U9s lost out 8-3 to Godmanchester despite goals from Andrew Hamilton, George Mansfield and Connor Ray. Jordan Glass was man of the match. The U10 Eagles lost 5-1 to Bluntisham Rangers B. Man-of-the-match Sam Crane scored the consolation for Buckden. Goals from Rhys Williams and Harry Buchanan gave the U13 Buzzards victory over Godmanchester. Harriers U14A girls team lost out 6-1 at Bar Hill. Loren Ellard netted while Amadae Dowd was named player of the match. Godmanchester Rovers GODDY U11Bs lost out 7-0 in a friendly against Godmanchester A. Jake Burrill was man of the match while Harriette Tillott won the Kimberley Cup. The U9s turned in a fine display to beat St Ives 8-0. Harry Moran, Greg Goodwin, Peter Southee and man-of-the-match Joss Gwynn were on target. A Haydon Noble hat-trick helped Goddy U10s defeat Great Paxton 10-1. Other goals came from Luke Johnstone (2), man-of-the-match Elkana Sibanda (2), Nathan Storey (2) and Paul MacLeod. Rovers U13Cs lost out 7-2 to Buckden Juniors despite goals from man of the match Jonathan Arnold and Glen Johnstone. The U12As triumphed 9-3 against Ely Crusaders at Sapley Park. Man of the match Andrew Shaw (4), Josh Burgess (3), George Jackson and Adam Hawthorn were on target. Meanwhile Goddy U12Cs went down 4-0 against Lakenheath. Goddy U8s triumphed 11-0 against Somersham thanks to Toby Graham (2), man of the match Connor Rice (5), Grady Brace (2), James Osbourne and Patrick Forshaw. Rovers U17s came out on top against Over in their cup fixture thanks to goals from Terrell Kilpatrick and Kesh Munbauhal (2). The U9Bs travelled to Buckden where they came away 8-3 winners thanks to Ashley Heir, Matt Weeks, Nathan Brown, Cameron Cordon and James Berkshire finding the target. Great Paxton FIVE star Paxton U12s romped home against Ramsey. Jack Noades (3) and man-of-the-match Oliver Missen (2) netted. Paxton U15s had a fine 7-1 victory thanks to man-of-the-match Ben Cooper's hat-trick. Huntingdon Rowdies Rowdies U15A stormed to a 10-1 win against Little Paxton with four goals from Neil Macphee, two from Joe Furnace and one apiece from man-of-the-match Wayne Childerley, Josh Sadler, Charlie Bowen and Sam Joannides. The U13s claimed a 2-2 draw with Priory Parkside C thanks to Joey Nicholson and Lewis Hammond finding the goal. Jordon Gillbanks was man of the match. Little Paxton A SHAE Humphrey hat-trick was not quite enough to stop Paxton U8s losing out 4-3 to St Ives Rangers R. The U13s got off to winning ways with a 1-0 win over Swavesey Spartans thanks to a goal from Kiren Dawson and man-of-the-match displays from George Pickering and William Holdman. Needingworth Colts NEEDY U11s lost out 4-0 to KC Cougars despite good displays from Liam O'Carroll, Haroon Mustafa and man-of-the-match Ashley Poole. Priory Parkside PARKSIDE U12s went down 3-0 at Histon Hornets despite fine defensive play from Ieuan Oram at the back. The U13Cs drew 2-2 with Huntingdon Rowdies thanks to goals from Danny Cain and Josh Crofts from distance. Lozza Roffey was man of the match. Priory U10N won 5-0 against Brampton Spartans thanks to Joe Brennan (2), Lee Adams, James Thomas and Ryan Bates. Matt Jenner was man of the match. Parkside U14A triumphed 3-0 at Brampton with Cameron Brettle, Liam Hemming and Aiden McLean netting and Chris Newton named man of the match. The 11Bs won 6-1 thanks to goals from Braden Smith (2), Scott Davis, Josh Kane, Jac Sigston and an own goal. Priory U13As won 7-1 against Needingworth with goals from Sam Elias, Felix Wolfe, Sam Bristo, Adrian McColl, an own goal and Josh Benson (2). Ryan Fagan was man of the match. Parkside U11s won 13-2 at Girton with Sammy Williams (2), Tom Meech, Andrew Gosnell, Peter Clark, Mayson Byatt (4) and Matty Dawson (3) netting. Connor Hehir was man of the match. Meanwhile Priory U10J lost out 5-0 at Huntingdon Rowdies. The U12B side went down 3-1 at home to Girton despite Jacob Tose's consolation goal. Goals from Kieran Cartwright, Lee Chapman and Henry Dalrymple gave Parkside U8Bs a fine 3-2 comeback win against Warboys. Priory U10s romped to a 10-1 win against Fenstanton thanks to Jack Armiger (3), Jacob Joyce (2), Blake Allsop (2), Reece Griffiths, Cameron Flowers and man-of-the-match Calum Jeffs. Ramsey A FINE display saw Rams U16 through to the next round of the Cambs League Cup with a 6-1 win against Ely City. Arron Martin (2), Sam Copeland, Ricky Darlow, Chris Whitfield and Janagan Sivakumar were on target. The U12As had only Scott Duncan's consolation as they went down 9-1 at Fulbourn. Ramsey U11s triumphed 4-1 against Bluntisham Rangers thanks to Sam Harvey, Luke Jenkins, Liam Parish and Chris Redshaw. The U10As won 3-2 at Bluntisham with Jordan Dover (2) and Jordan Cafferkey netting. Meanwhile the U8As lost out 9-2 at Priory Parkside with Jake Parish and Glenn Ferrier scoring and the U8Bs went down 6-1 to St Ives Rangers L. Rams U7s had a 7-1 win against Buckden in a friendly with Jamie Short, Oliver Stevens, Matthew Walker and Jordan Johnson on target. Sawtry FIVE star Sawtry U10s saw off Eaton Socon 8-2 thanks to goals from Liam Bohonis (3), Joseph Pollard, Christopher Smith, Ben Gibbins and an own goal. Sawtry Yellow Sox U11 lost out at Peterborough 5-1 with Shawn Winslow scoring the consolation. Goalkeeper Jude Cullen was man of the match. The U12s drew 1-1 with Stanground thanks to a Lawrence Francis strike. Sawtry U8A Blue Sox beat Brampton 8-4 in an excellent game with goals from James Goff (3), man of the match Charlie McKay (3), Nathan Baker and Olly Crisp. St Ives Rangers RANGERS U12s battled the weather to beat Bluntisham 2-0 with goals from Charlie Snell and Dan Jackson while the U12Bs romped to a 10-3 win at Burwell Tigers. Greg Opalinski (4), Doulton Kingston (3), Josh Fitzjohn (2) and Ollie Brookes scored, while Tom Stevenson was man of the match. St Ives U11As defeated Bar Hill 2-0 thanks to Jake Hart and Jordan Cornwell. George Perry was man of the match. In the U14C League, Rangers B drew 1-1 with Ely City thanks to a Tim Anderson goal. Adam Maltby was man of the match. Rangers U8L won 6-1 at Ramsey Colts B with five goals from man-of-the-match Ben McNichol and the other from Jack Jefferson. The U13As beat Brampton Spartans 5-1 thanks to Tyler Martin (2), Cameron Anderson, Max Roberts and man-of-the-match Anthony Oliver. Rangers U8R ran out 4-3 winners at Little Paxton with two goals apiece from William Rolt and Josh Smith. St Ives U9M started the game well, keeping a good team shape and passing the ball crisply but were unable to maintain this for the whole game and succumbed to an 8-0 loss away at Godmanchester, despite Sam Walker's man-of-the-match display. St Neots Town A BATTLING performance gave Town U9 Blues a 2-1 win against Bishop's Stortford. Ben Bradbury and Tom Hall netted while Josh Rea was man of the match. The white team showed their battling qualities in the second game, but went down 7-0. Daniel Salmon was man of the match and team player of the day was Tom Hall. Saints U15 girls lost out 3-1 at Witchford Colts despite good goalkeeping from Emma Connor and a goal from Leanne Beattie. The U15 Navy Blues drew 2-2 with Hatfield Youth. Michael Hornby and Keelan Raffill got the goals. St Neots U10As chalked up a 6-0 win against Hormead Hares with man-of-the-match Ryan Vale (3), Matthew Gilbert, Ben Hickling and Lewis Davis on the score sheet. The U10Bs ran out 8-0 winners against the same opponents with Dominic Smith (4), man-of-the-match Frankie Higgs (2), Samuel Pritchard and Jay Wells finding the target. Town U14s came away 3-1 winners from Bluntisham. Callum Cooper, Troy Anderson and Jamie McDonald were the goalscoring heroes. Saints U8s Blues beat Arlesey 2-1 thanks to goals from Isaac Clarke and Reece Sibley, while the Whites lost out 2-0 to the same opponents despite Nathan Downes' man-of-the-match display. The U15 Sky Blues triumphed 6-1 against Bennington. Jessie Bettle, Carl Loft and Craig Thomas were the goalscorers while Jack Pindred was man of the match. Warboys A THRILLING game saw Warboys claim a 4-4 draw with Alconbury. Zak Shaw and an own goal had Warboys 2-0 up but despite a Farris Alston goal, the home side trailed 4-3 at half time. Matthew Brown popped up with the second-half equaliser while Michael Hancox was man of the match some fine goalkeeping.