U7 SOMERSHAM Black and Priory Parkside performed well despite wretched conditions with Priory winning 4-1. Goals for Priory came from Sammy Fisher-Diaz and Iwen Jones U8 BUCKDEN White and Warboys playing out a good 2-2 draw despite Arctic winds. Louie

Somersham try to clear their lines against the Priory onslought

U7

SOMERSHAM Black and Priory Parkside performed well despite wretched conditions with Priory winning 4-1. Goals for Priory came from Sammy Fisher-Diaz and Iwen Jones

U8

BUCKDEN White and Warboys playing out a good 2-2 draw despite Arctic winds. Louie Spicer netted White's first and Joe Brooks made it two before defensive errors led to Warboys snatching a draw with goals from Harry England and Dillan Scott.

Ramsey saw Charlie Jenkins notch a brace and Tony Wagstaff one against Priory S.

Huntingdon Rowdies smashed five past Buckden to record a 5-0 win, goals from Aaron Hiscock, Harley O'Connell, Jamie Bennet and an Alfie Dear brace.

U9

BRAMPTON Brampton Spartans Blue battled to victory when they entertained St Ives Rangers R. The visitors took the lead but goals from Alex Hopkinson and Jed Muff secured the 2-1 win.

Spartans Red battled the elements as well against a good Huntingdon Rowdies side but fell to a 1-0 defeat.

St Neots Sky and Dark Blues played two games at home to Hitchin. In the first match goals from Ruben Rai and Stevan Shaw gave Saints a 2-1 victory. There was some great defending in the second game by Cameron Fone but Hitchin scored a late goal to win 1-0.

Buckden and St Ives Rangers M played out an outstanding match that saw Buckden take a narrow 6-5 win. Lewis Lyden netted Rangers first and there was doubles for Jacob Martin and Lewis Powell but Buckden had the final word.

Hemingford Reds scored four goals in the first 10 minutes and never looked back despite Ross King pulling a goal back for Little Paxton. Hemingford eventually won 9-4 with Paxton seeing further goals from Kieran Arber, Daniel Wood and another from King. Reds marksmen on the day were James Porter and Charlie Pitt with a goal each, whilst Sean Fowler got a hat-trick with Will Greatorex going one better to complete the scoring.

Hemingford Black notched double figures with an 11-4 win over Somersham. Lucas Walker bagged four and there were doubles for Luke Toates and Sam Stephenson and Hugo Chambers added a hat-trick.

Godmanchester Rovers ran up a 9-3 win against Somersham Gold with Cameron Markie taking the match ball home. An own goal contributed to Gold's downfall and further goals came from Callum Alexander and Josh Bavester with two each and a lone Cameron Campbell strike.

Huntingdon Rowdies won thanks to a single Joseph Brown goal that was enough to decide the outcome of their game against Brampton.

Ramsey B strikers Joe McGuire and Sol Goodby got four each against Priory V in a 12-1 win. Austin Draycott bagged a brace with Jacob Darlington and Oliver Bowd also scoring.

U10

SOMERSHAM battled back from two down only to fall to a late strike. Needingworth had taken a 2-0 lead at the break through Ben Casey and Daniel Turnbull but goals from Jack Robinson and Kieran Thompson squared the match. A late Joe Riggs goal made it 3-2 to Needingworth.

St Ives Rangers White failed to stop the Somersham Black forwards who scored freely in their 7-2 win. White's goals came from Jakob Textor and George Parsons.

Priory Parkside L was in good form when they recorded a 7-1 win against St Ives. Cameron Harris notched a hat-trick, Ollie Curliss-Ackrill a double and there were single strikes for Henry Dalrymple and Alex O'Hara.

Priory B came back from 2-0 down to draw level with Shaun Parren and an own goal giving Priory hope but they fell to a late goal to lose 3-2.

Stukeley Meadows continued their winning run at the expense of Mereside Rangers. Sam Kingswell was on hand to notch twice and singles came from Jordan Thrift-Sommers, Matty Wright, Daniel Worrall, Alex Rankine and an own goal.

Ramsey needed an own goal to take a 3-2 win against Priory Parkside as Arthur Dunn hit a brace to complete the scoring.

Godmanchester roared to a 4-3 win against KC Cougars. Cougars took the lead but goals from Connor Rice, Patrick Forshaw and Jake Bennett looked to have made the game safe for Godmanchester. Cougars hit back to square the match but Toby Graham sealed the win with a late header.

Priory Parkside M went a goal behind but hit back against St Ives Blues to win 11-1. Alfie Bass got four and Luke Watling three to lead the way with further goals from Joe Bennett, Matthew Williamson, Rylee Scott plus an own goal.

U11

GODMANCHESTER A eased to an 8-1 win against St Ives Rangers with strike partners Ashley Hehir and James Horrey bagging four goals apiece.

Huntingdon Rowdies trailed Bluntisham 4-1 at the break but put in a better second half performance to lose 6-4. Rowdies strikes came from Connor Lewis and a second half hat-trick from George Smith whilst Bluntisham saw Harry Taylor and Dean Worrall bag a brace each and Ben Johnson and Rowan Wilson also on the mark.

Having lifted the league title last week Priory Parkside A made light work of an energetic Brampton to run out 9-0 winners. Dominic Mason led the way with six goals and Reece Keating took a hat-trick from the match.

Priory Parkside B smashed home 16 without reply against a hapless Soham. It was high fives for Rhys Thorpe and Jordan Brown with two apiece for Jake Purdie and Callum Hehir and an own goal and a Connor Whiting effort completed the tally.

Ramsey nicked the points in a close 4-3 win against Chatteris with Rowan Abraham and Jordan Hunwin both bagging a brace.

Needingworth ran out 8-0 winners when they visited Brampton. Four goals from Elliot Clymow, three from Joe Brinley and an own goal made for a good journey home.

U12

HARDWICK proved too strong for Priory Parkside F even though they went the whole match with just 10 players. A brace of goals from Oliver Rae-Jallal gave Priory hope but it was Hardwick that won the day 3-2.

Haslingfield sealed a 4-0 win against visitor's Godmanchester B who worked hard for no reward.

St Neots went down 4-2 against visitors Bishop Stortford despite Samuel Pritchard netting twice.

U13

BRAMPTON Spartans B thumped NST Strikers 9-1. Captain Jake Burrill led the way with a hat-trick, with the other goals coming from Jonathan Wrycraft, Tim Gladding, Chris Parker, Tom Nicholls, Charlie Brazier and Mike O'Connor.

Godmanchester took a 2-1 lead into the interval against Warboys with an own goal and a Ben McConnel strike proving enough to win.

U14

GODMANCHETER B conceded six goals to a good Chatteris side but they almost saw their forwards rescue a point in the 6-4 defeat. Josh Burgess was on hand to bag a hat-trick and Luke Parker hit a great goal to keep Godmanchester in the hunt.

Somersham conceded two goals in the first half to Histon and despite some spirited play could find no way back and fell to a 2-0 defeat.

Priory Parkside fell 6-0 behind by half time but two goals from Christian Duddridge and one from Kevin Neal gave them some respectability by the end.

U15

SOMERSHAM A held on to a 2-1 lead against Hardwick to take the points after some desperate defending with both goals were scored by Jack Harwood.

The B side had an impressive 3-2 win against Milton with Michael Trewick and Liam Smith on the score sheet.

Ramsey was unlucky not to share the points with Cottenham, who scored two late goals to take the points in a 6-4 win. Thomas Heyes hit a hat-trick and Dan Malem notched the other.

U16

SPARTAK 78 proved little problem for a vibrant Alconbury side who won the game 8-2. James Gritton scored a hat-trick and Oliver Butler and Callum Baker netted doubles as Shane Norton found the net for his first of the season.

St Neots were happy with the 1-1 draw at Royston. Jamie Macdonald smashed in the Saints goal in the first half.

Girls Football

ALCONBURY U14 kept the Wolves at bay with a 2-1 win against Willingham Wolves. Nina Palmer and Laura Ramsaran were on hand to net the goals.

St Ives Rangers U12 visited Sawtry and came back with a 4-2 win. Tierney Poore netted twice with the other goals coming from Georgia Rebane and Harriet Blundell

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