Colts Football Round-up U7 PRIORY S produced an excellent team performance to Hemingford 8-0. Hemingford showed battling spirit to the end, but double strikes from Sammy Fraser and Josh Manton proved too much. Connor Sharman, Joe Jakens, Harry Clarke and Danny Ager added the others as Priory found their shooting boots. Stukeley Meadows netted four times but fell to a 12-4 defeat to Sawtry. Colin Parfett bagged a hat-trick and Lenox Atherton snatched the goals for Meadows. U9 ALCONBURY Blue won 4-3 at Huntingdon Rowdies as Jacob Pack bagged a hat-trick and Ben Rycroft hitting a crucial single. Harry England (2), Harry Walker and Thomas Coles were all on the score sheet in Warboys' 4-4 thriller with Yaxley. Bluntisham travelled to Alconbury and grabbed an 8-3 win. Dan Phillips (4) and Jack Bradshaw (3) took the plaudits with Oliver Taylor also on the mark. Somersham Gold staged a stunning comeback to win 5-4 against Brampton. Marcus Read (3) and Alex Swanston goal gave Brampton a 4-0 lead but they could not resist Somersham. Rowdies K cantered to a 12-0 win at Godmanchester, helped along by five goals from Cobi Thomas-Brighton. Aaron Hiscock (4), Rio Douglas (2) and Tyrese Williams-Ali stretched the scoreline for the clinical Rowdies. U10 GODMANCHESTER found Ramsey in an uncompromising mood as they went down 8-3. Two goals from Callum Alexander and one from Josh Bavester looked to have given Goddy a chance at 4-3 but four late strikes took the Rams to an 8-3 win. Ramsey had seen Liam Carrigan notch four in the first half, with Ollie Stevens (2), Jamie Short and Jordan Johnson stepping up in the second half. Brampton Spartans Blue beat a good Alconbury team 3-0 thanks to two goals from Josh Matcham and a Shaun Gillham strike. Brampton Spartans Red were impressive when they beat Buckden Merlins. Jack Newman netted for Reds and Will Brackley made it two before a late Buckden rally made the final score 2-1. Somersham Black and St Ives Rangers M shared eight goals in an end-to-end thriller. Rangers' goals came from Lewis Powell and Jacob Martin with an own goal, with the fourth being bundled in following a goalmouth scramble. Warboys and Little Paxton both emerged with credit from a match that was won 8-6 by the Witches. Paxton scored first-half goals through Jordon Holdaway, Daniel Collman and Daniel Wood (2) to make the half-time score 4-4, and an own goal and Wood's hat-trick strike put them 6-4 up. However,Witches had the final word with four second-half strikes. Needingworth entertained an energetic Ramsey and ran out 4-0 winners. Benjamin Casey and Joshua Smith both netted in each half to secure the win. St Ives Rangers T took on their R-team counterparts, and honours were shared at 2-2. Rangers T led through Owen Medlicott but Aaron Aina grabbed an equaliser. Liam Tharme put Rangers T 2- 1 up, but Rangers R equalised with a few minutes to go through Tom Doughty. Rowdies took their chances as they visited St Neots 4-0. On the mark were Dominic Scott, Louis Stow and Joseph Brown with a brace. Two second-half Joe Darer goals were enough for Hemingfords Black to take the points 2-1 against Fenstanton, who battled back and were denied an equaliser by excellent last-ditch defending. U11 RAMSEY ran riot against Stukeley Meadows winning 20-0 with Blaize Walker-Gleeson netting an incredible nine goals. The other goals were shared around the team, with Glenn Ferrier hitting a hat-trick, Jack Critchley and Arthur Dunn scoring two apiece, and Jason Quilter, Matthew Howes, Lewis Harold and Jack Harlock bagging singles. Despite Ramsey's dominance, Meadows carried on working until the final whistle. Cameron Stump got the crucial goal as St Neots beat Sawbridgeworth 1-0 in the League Cup. St Ives Rangers ran out 2-0 winners over Fulbourne Falcons, Ruben Trillo and Adam Roberts netting the goals. A late St Ives goal secured a 2-1 win in a pulsating match at Alconbury. Ives scored with their first attack but a Jack Brinson header levelled the match, before Ives snatched glory 10 minutes from time. Godmanchester got home 5-3 against Priory after Priory had missed a penalty. Two from Jake Bennett and a James Osborne penalty gave Godmanchester a 3-1 lead, but Priory squared the match with goals from Jon Ryan-Gill, Jack Hellewell and Tom Berrill. Jared McNamara and Bennett again secured the win for Goddy. A Martin Uy goal was scant reward for Brampton as they went down 3-1 at Castle Camps. KC Cougars claimed a 5-1 win against Great Paxton, who created many chances but could only convert one through Ryan Scarr. U12 WARBOYS came from behind to claim a 4-3 win against Mildenhall. After conceding early on, Fraser Jones and Jace Anderson put them in front. They stretched their lead when Sam Groome and Nathan Dawson netted, but two late strikes by Mildenhall kept the nerves jangling until the end. Sawtry Blue Sox led twice but Ramsey charged through to win 3-2 with a double strike from William Taylor and a goal from Benn Warren. Priory A slipped into the quarter-finals of league cup with a 6-3 away win at Ely. Dominic Mason bagged four with Reece Keating and Harrison Upton getting one each. St Ives Rangers produced a good performance to win 5-1 against Fulbourn Institute in the Hunts County Cup. The Rangers goals came through Ammar El-Gabban (2), Sam Oliver (2) and a Michael Scott penalty. Godmanchester had little trouble in disposing of Haverhill 5-1 as Ashley Hehir (3) and Greg Goodwin (2) hit the target. Brampton Spartans dispatched Somersham Town U11 11-1 in their rearranged Hunts U12 Cup match, with Harry Cotton and George Smith each scoring a hat-trick. Callam Morrison and Ben Keating scored two apiece and Jack Fisher also grabbed one. U13 ST IVES Rangers B cruised through to the third round of the Hunts Cup with a home win over Parkside Athletic. The visitors put in a spirited performance, but could not stop rampant Rangers Lloyd Schwier and Harry McGregor bagging hat-tricks. The score was topped up with a Dan Davis double, a Michael King single and two Parkside own goals. St Neots progressed to the quarter finals of the Hunts Cup with a narrow 3-2 win at Godmanchester. The hosts led with a Haydon Noble goal but Saints equalised then went ahead with Charlie Willison and Ryan Vale. Willison bagged his second before Sibanda bagged Goddy's second. Godmanchester B visited Sawtry in Round Two of the Knockout Cup but found the going tough as they were defeated 10-0. It took extra time to separate the evenly-matched Ramsey Mereside and Somersham. Somersham had Jamie Bluff and Kieran Carter to thank for getting the match into extra time at 2-2, and two extra-time goals from Danni Isaksen won the match 4-3. Priory and Ely shared a 2-2 draw as goals from Frankie Higgs and Shawn Maumbe brought Priory back from two down. U14 WARBOYS dominated their Knockout Cup tie against Soham for a 9-0 win. Goals came from James Alexander (3), Levi Massey (2) with Lewis Nichols, Bradley Whybrow, and Mombe and Musole Simwanza all netting once. Ramsey tied up an emphatic 5-1 victory over league leaders Histon Hornets as Jake Temple's two goals and Liam Parish's hat-trick took the sting out of the Hornets. U15 ALCONBURY turned on the style after half-time as they turned a goalless stalemate into a 7-0 victory against Witchford. Jamie Stone got a goal on his debut for Alconbury, while Tom Hughes bagged a hat-trick, Lawrence Francis netted twice and Michael Gadsdon also got on the scoresheet with a well-taken finish. Priory B overcame Hemingford 3-2 after goals from Jacob Tose, Rhys Howell and Christian Duddridge, though an own goal gave Hemingford late hopes of a point. Huntingdon Rowdies visit to Fulbourne ended in a 0-0 stalemate as defences enjoyed the better of the game. U16 BRAMPTON Spartans retained top spot in the B league, after a hard fought 3-2 win against March. Spartans' goals came from Jack Kenmir, Charlie Hasberry, and Tom Davies, who bagged the decider. Ramsey knocked six past Needingworth, with Connor Withers and Jake Peattie each getting a pair and Dan Malem and Luke Seery adding the others. U17 SOMERSHAM trailed 2-0 at the break against St Neots but second-half strikes from Jake Asby, Sam Sterna and Dominic Richardson gave them a 3-2 win. Saints led with goals from Michael Kennoy and Dan Birkinshaw but a poor second half threw away the advantage. Alconbury and Aztec were involved in a see-saw scrap with Aztec emerging 4-3 winners. Callum Howlett gave Bury the lead but Aztec were 2-1 up at the break. Liam Smith and Alex Arnold both pulled Alconbury level in the second half but the last word went to Aztec GIRLS' FOOTBALL ST IVES U13 took an encouraging 3-0 away win from their visit to Sawston. A goal in each half from Tierney Poore and a single strike from Georgia Rebane was enough to secure the win. Despite strikes from Anna Radwell and Robyn Barlow, Alconbury U15 lost 6-2 to Posh Girls.