SOMERSHAM U10 Gold kicked off the season with an emphatic 6-1 home win against Great Paxton. Paxton scored first but goals from Domonic Bird - two each for Jack Robinson and Alan Moss - and Finlay Rimmer, sealed the win. Under 7 IMPROVING Ramsey B were missing several players but battled hard against a powerful Priory Parkside, Abbie Mason netted a consolation goal. Twins Harvey and Alfie Gibbs bagged hat-tricks for Somersham Black against Fenstanton. Under 8 BRAMPTON Spartans overran Alconbury - the game included a hat-trick each for Ben Szczepanski and Samuel Pryor. Buckden U8 White and Priory served up a feast of goals with the Buckden goals coming from Laurence Palmer, Louie Spicer, James Gould, Callum Squire, Josh Jarvis and Joe Brooks. Under 9 JAMIE Short hit seven goals for Ramsey A in a 10-3 win over Fenstanton Red. Liam Carrigan was on hand twice and Oliver Stevens once to complete the Rams score line. Harry Taylor bagged a hat-trick in reply. Warboys visited Hemingford Red and played out an exciting 3-3 draw with Callum Robertson hitting a Warboys hat-trick. Joe Darer, two, and Charlie Pitt replied. Godmanchester hit 11 without reply against Brampton Blue. Josh Bavester led the way with five and Callum Alexander and David Mottershead managed a brace apiece. Rowan Chapman and Matthew Kent completed the scoring. Brampton Reds played their U10 counterparts and nicked a tight game 2-1 - Thomas Thackray hit a brace, overturning a scrambled Toby Herbert effort. Goals from Sam Stevenson, Lucas Walker, Hugo Chamber and Luke Toates didn't stop Hemingford Blacks going down 7-4 to Buckden. St Ives S won 5-2 at Ramsey thanks to a Lewis Powell hat-trick and goals from Jacob Martin and Lewis Lydon. Huntingdon Rowdies led twice with goals from Joseph Brown and Thomas Batsford but had to settle for a draw against Fenstanton Blue. Little Paxton beat St Ives R 9-6 with hat-tricks for Daniel Wood and Ross King, two for George Gadd and one for Ryan Boden. Under 10 PRIORY Parkside L smashed seven goals without reply against Huntingdon Rowdies. Cameron Harris scored four, Josh Unwin hit two and Mathew Law completed the win. Little Paxton won 6-1 against Priory M with strikes from Kyle Ottaway, Greg Archer, Samuel Squire, Ross Cook, Shae Humphrey and an own goal. Alconbury won 7-1 at KC Cougars. Jack Brimson hit two, Jonathan Owen, Kai Osbourne and Nathan Rigden netted once and there were two own goals. St Ives Rangers White hit 13 against fellow club side Rangers K. Hat-tricks came from Jakob Texter and George Parsons with William James on the mark twice. Single strikes came from Kris Atherton, Joe Fishburne, Hugo Lambie, Cameron Loggie and Chris Duma. Joshua Howard gave Great Paxton an early lead but Somersham had the final word by banging in six goals in reply. Godmanchester fought hard to take a 3-2 win from Priory C with goals shared between Connor Rice, Toby Graham and Archie Campbell. Harvey Wilsher grabbed a brace for Priory. St Ives Rangers Reds had a comfortable 5-1 win against Rangers C. Bragging rights were courtesy of a double from Christian Wiggins-Browne and strikes from Will Rolt, Josh Smith and James Marshall. Priory B scored three times in the final 15 minutes to snatch a 4-4 draw against Bluntisham Reds. Priory's goals came from Wesley Stevens, Alex Lester, Shaun Parren and Lee Chapman. Huntingdon Rowdies suffered a 7-0 home defeat by Priory, with all the goals coming before the break. Stukeley Meadows fought hard against Somersham Black but still fell to a 3-2 defeat. Goals from Sam Kingswell and Matty Wright were scant reward for a battling performance. Brampton Spartans Blue beat KC Cougars 4-3 with a Jack Findlay double and singles from Tom Snare and Chris Hartley. Godmanchester were also beaten 2-1 with a goal apiece from Snare and Hartley. Under 11 PRIORY beat Ramsey 4-2 thanks to Ryan Galbraith, Charlie Sewell and a brace for Harrison Upton, with David Sayer and William Taylor scoring for Rams. Needingworth beat Cambourne 15-0 with Joshua Phillips and Macauley Morton netting four, Joshua Wilcock a hat-trick, George Smith two, and singles for Jake Wren and Jack Reeve. Great Paxton opened their campaign with an 8-1 win against Bluntisham. Lewis Rook hit five, William Whitney netted twice and George Osbourne once. Godmanchester B drew 5-5 with Brampton. Rovers' goals came from Douglas Clark, Matt Weeks, Alec Bryden, Nathan Brown and Oliver Langford, with Ross Puckey, Harry Wood and Owain Collard replying. Rovers A surrendered their long unbeaten run to Brampton - James Horrey hit two and Ellis Ogle one but Brampton hung on 4-3 for the points. Doubles from George Smith, Connor Lewis and a single from Callum Brown gave Huntingdon Rowdies a 5-2 win against Little Paxton. Buckden managed a good 4-1 win against Priory, with debutant Craig Bass hitting a double after other goals from Jack Edwards and Connor Ray. Under 12 A STRONG performance by Brampton Spartans saw them win 16-2 against Park Farm with goals from Farris Alston (six), Josh Morey (four), Ryan Bolger (three) and one each from Marcus Kenmir, Aaron May and Callum Townsend. Somersham A won 5-0 at Priory with two for Kieran Carter and James Woodward, plus one for Joseph Silk. Priory A scored 19 against 10-man Staploe and Duloe team, who managed one in reply. Ben Gibbins, Jamie Bottomley, Jake Trainell, Conor Inskip, Lee Adams, James Thomas and Bradley Winfield joined in the fun. St Neots won 5-3 against Bedwell thanks to two each for Jay Wells and Samuel Pritchard and one for Matthew Gilbert. Ramsey lost 4-3 to Saffron Walden 4-3 despite two goals for Jordan Dover and one from John Day. Three goals from Matthew Pates was not enough as Godmanchester went down 5-3 to Needingworth. Bluntisham beat St Ives Rangers 15-4 with goals from James Atherton, Harry Sivri, Scott Pepper, Harry McGreggor and Scott Findlay. Under 13 BRAMPTON Spartans defeated Sawston 2-1 with goals from Ryan Barnett and Adam Pedlar. Godmanchester beat Cherry Hinton Lions 5-1 with a hat-trick for Ben McConnell and two for Sean Olley. Brampton B turned in a good team performance to record a 6-0 win at Chatteris. Jake Burrill netted three, Charlie Brazier two and Jonathan Wrycraft one in a comprehensive win. Liam Parish and Kyle McPartlin both bagged with Cameron Eley and Kyle Ferrier hitting one each for Rams U13 as they beat Priory Parkside B 6-2. Eaton Socon had nothing to show after goals from Rhys Harvey, Ollie Broome and Jamie Barker still left them trailing Chatteris 5-3. Under 14 PRIORY B crashed 4-0 at Cambourne despite an improved performance while Alconbury lost out 3-1 to Littleport despite an own goal forced by Jack Trulove. Ramsey beat Benwick 6-0 with Ryan Crawt hitting four and one each for Aaron Cottrell and Ryan Edwards. Huntingdon Rowdies lost out 7-0 to Whittlesfield Warriors, while Priory won 3-0 against St Ives with goals from Joe Bennett, Reuben Taylor and Liam Dawson. Two goals from Luke Turnbull and one each for Joseph Cattmull and Toby Pleasants proved enough for Godmanchester against Hemingford, who replied with three of their own. Under 15 SOMERSHAM A edged past Huntingdon Rowdies 2-1 thanks to a Ryan Palmer rocket and a header from Jack Harwood after Joey Nicolson had given Rowdies the advantage. The B team beat Littleport 7-0 with a Luke Beardsley brace and singles from Matty Burroughs, Liam Smith, Judiel Malubay, Micheal Trewick and Josh Clark. Ramsey lost 2-1 at Brampton despite a Connor Withers goal - Tom Davies and Jake Shepherd were on target for Brampton. Under 16 ALCONBURY beat Ely 7-1 thanks to two each for Dan Gentile and Liam Smith, plus singles for Ollie Butler, Callum Baker and Tom Hunt. Under 17 AN unlucky bounce denied Somersham a share of the spoils against Great Paxton in a tight game that saw chances at a premium. Girls Football WITH only 10 players available, Buckden U14s turned in a stunning team performance to beat Wealdstone 3-1. St Ives U12s turned on the style with an 8-0 win at Comberton. Georgia Rebane and Tierney Poore both netted hat-tricks and Jorgie Hall managed a brace in a fine win. St Neots U15s fell to a 3-2 defeat to Histon despite goals from Gemma Daniels and Jess Bleakley, while Alconbury U14s won 2-1 against Bassingbourn thanks to Eilidh Murphy and Robyn Barlow.