Alconbury ALCONBURY U14s earned a 3-0 victory against Mildenhall in a hard contest. A good defensive display from Alconbury helped them keep their second clean sheet of the season. Alex Arnold, Paul Mcfarlane and Liam Smith netted. Man of the match was J
ALCONBURY U14s earned a 3-0 victory against Mildenhall in a hard contest.
A good defensive display from Alconbury helped them keep their second clean sheet of the season. Alex Arnold, Paul Mcfarlane and Liam Smith netted. Man of the match was Jamie Doyle.
BLUNTY U10As defeated Great Paxton 1-0. James Woodward was named man of the match while Sam Dew netted the winner. Robbie Holland did well at the back to help keep a clean sheet.
The U10Bs lost a thrilling game against Warboys 6-7. Adam Few, Jamie Bluff, Lewis Bowcutt and an own goal found the net for Blunty and Ben Beardsley was named man of the match.
The U12s enjoyed an 8-0 friendly victory against Stretham Sporting. Two goals each from Matthew Worrall, Pharris Jude and Cameron Brown, coupled with a George King header and an own goal gave Rangers the win.
Meanwhile the U13A side had a fine 6-0 win against Brampton. Arthur Dickinson, Ryan Palmer, Callum Walter (2) and Chaoe Simmons (2) were on the scoresheet.
The U13Bs also won, this time 5-1 with a Sam Taylor hat-trick, Jamie Styles and Luke Beardsley bagging the goals.
Blunty U14s lost out 5-3 at home to Histon Hornets. Rangers fell three goals behind but an Alex Burr penalty, Alex White finish and Tyler Manly lob gave Blunty hope but it was not to be.
SPARTANS U11 romped to a 15-2 victory against Little Paxton Colts U12. James Downing (6), Adam Pedlar (4), Christian Lee (3) and Tom Rayner (2) found the target.
The U12s fought back from two goals down to beat Hampton 5-2. Jack Snare, Dewi Brettle (2), Dan Hyde and Jake Murphy netted, while man of the match was captain Max Everest.
HAWKS U11s went down to a 9-0 defeat at home to Ramsey. The team never let their heads drop and Lewis Medlow was named man of the match
The U14 girls team just missed out after falling to a 2-1 defeat at home to Cambridge City. Miquela McDonald tucked away a penalty for Buckden but it was not to be, as a goal in each half consigned them to defeat. Rebecca Railton was named player of the match.
ROVERS U13Cs got off to a flyer with a 10-1 win over Mildenhall Town U13B. Oliver Notley opened the scoring with an early brace of goals before Rory Atkinson, Jonathan Arnold (2), Jordan Carbery, Fraser Gant, Sam Bahl, Oliver Le Farge and Notley's hat-trick goal rounded off the scoring.
The U10A side earned a good draw against St Ives. Haydon Noble scored twice while captain Carl Ryan was named man of the match for good work at the back.
The U8s drew 4-4 at KC Cougars. James Osbourne, Grady Bruce, Connor Rice and Toby Graham were all on the scoresheet while George Gipson was man of the match.
Goddy U11C defeated their A team counterparts 3-1 in a friendly. Aaron Woods gave the A team the lead before goals from Max Elliott, Casey Nicholson and Sean Olley sealed the victory. C team goalkeeper Jamie Worrall was named man of the match.
The U9Bs triumphed 10-4 against Buckden Ospreys. Matt Weeks (2), Ashley Hehir (2), Nathan Brown (3), Cameron Corden, Max Darer and James Barkshire scored while Alec Bryden was man of the match.
PAXTON U12s put in a fine performance to win 6-0 at Ramsey. Josh Taylor, Jack Noades, a hat-trick from man of the match Michael Smith and one from Kieran Lee settled the contest.
ROWDIES U13s turned in a fine performance to earn a 1-1 draw with St Ives Rangers A. Joey Nicholson grabbed Rowdies' goal while Connor Barker was named man of the match.
The U12As came back from a goal down to win 3-1 at Cherry Hinton. Harvey Phillips and Jake Donald were the goalscoring heroes.
Rowdies U12 Girls earned a 3-2 home victory against Histon Hornets Red thanks to a hat-trick from Billy May Barbary. Emily Price was named player of the match for a fine defensive display.
NEEDINGWORTH U11A narrowly lost out 3-2 to Girton Colts. Liam Peacock equalised a Girton strike, Michael Sparks equalised a second time but a late Girton counter attack goal provided the winner. Matthew Casey was named man of the match for his positive display.
PARKSIDE U12s went down to a narrow 2-1 defeat at Ellesmere Eagles. Priory fell behind after 15 minutes and Zack Moore equalised before half time but Eagles edged it despite a man of the match performance from John Woo.
The U8A side beat St Ives Rangers U8R 3-0 away from home. Josh Unwin (2) and Lewis Ager (direct from a corner) netted while goalkeeper Elliot Walker turned in a good display.
Priory U13C beat Chesterton Eagles 9-4. Danny Cain (4), Ryan Inskip (2), Josh Crofts (2) and Shaun Flack scored the goals while Jay Woods was man of the match for a fine display at left back.
The U11B team continued their fine start with a 4-0 win at Ely Crusaders. Braden Smith (2), Scott Davis and an own goal were the scorers, following on from a 7-0 win last week.
Priory U14As drew 1-1 away to Newmarket Town. Parkside fell behind after 10 minutes but a second half strike from man of the match Kyle Batten earned a share of the points.
The U13As won 6-3 against Cottenham United B in their first game of the season. Josh Benson, Ryan Garret, Liam Nicholson, Felix Wolf and two from Ryan Warboys did the damage while Richard Jarvis picked up the man of the match award.
Parkside U10Ls won 9-0 at Huntingdon Rowdies thanks to goals from Harrison Upton (3), Nathan George (2), Jay Lambert, Ollie Simpson, Colin Ewing and Scott Pavely.
The U12Bs lost out 7-1 at Yaxley despite a consolation goal from Alex Bonafont.
A CHRIS Whitfield hat-trick couldn't prevent Ramsey U15s going down to a 5-3 defeat at Needingworth while the U13s fared better, beating Soham Town 4-1 thanks to strikes from Louis Shepherd (2), Adam Wright and Myles Hyndman.
The U12A side lost out 5-3 at Cottenham despite goals from Reuben Taylor, Rob Sayer and an own goal. It was happy days for the U11 team who won 9-0 at Buckden. Josh England (2), Kyle Ferrier (2), Sam Harvey, Lewis Nicholls, Dan Short, Luke Jenkins and Chris Redshaw were on target.
Meanwhile the U10A side also won, this time 4-0 at home to Whittlesey. Alfie West, Jordan Dover and two from Charlie Steadman scored the goals.
Ramsey U8s won 6-5 against Godmanchester Rovers thanks to four goals from man of the match Jack Critchley with Jake Parish netting two of his own.
TWICE behind, Sawtry U12s came back to win a thrilling game at Glinton United 3-2. Hayden Bream was the hero, netting a hat-trick to bring his side victory.
The Yellowsox U11s got off the mark with an away win at Glinton United Orange. Man of the match Shawn Winslow netted hat-trick plus one from Curtis Rawlings gave the team a 4-1 victory.
The Bluesox U10s travelled to Buckden to play the Falcons and came out 3-0 winners. Liam Bohonis (2) and an own goal gave Sawtry victory. Keeper Jason Keightley pulled off some great saves to keep his clean sheet intact.
SOMERSHAM U8s narrowly lost their first ever mini soccer fixture 2-1 against Priory Parkside B despite taking the lead through Finley Rimmer.
St Ives Rangers
RANGERS U16A drew 1-1 with Soham in a tight game with Mick Gore grabbing the goal for St Ives.
The U12A team earned a 4-1 win at Spartak 78 with goals from James Morgan (2), Damon Ballands and Mark Walker.
St Ives Rangers U12A played away to Spartak 78 on Friday Night and came away with a well earned 4-1 win. Goals came from James Morgan (2), Damon Ballands (1) and Mark Walker (1). The team also triumphed 14-0 in a cup game with goals from Jonny Duncan (3), Joe Westwood (2), Oliver Loia, Mark Walker, Charlie Snell, Dan Jackson, Tom Cornwell, Patrick Kinsman, Jack Barber, Damon Ballands and an own goal.
Rangers U14 Girls won 5-2 at Isleham Girls with Sophie Luckhurst, Molly Payne, Sophie Thornton, Nicky Bacon and an own goal on the scoresheet.
St Ives U12Bs strolled to a 9-0 win at home to Red Lodge. The goalscorers were Josh Fitzjohn (2), Greg Opalinski (2), Jonny Perring, Tom Stevenson, Tom Richards, Jason Billam and man of the match Sam Taylor.
Rangers U10R won 3-0 at Priory Parkside U10J thanks to two goals from Bradley S and another from Dan D.
St Neots Town
TOWN U8 Blues drew 1-1 with Royston thanks to a Sam Bloy equaliser and good defending from Robert Willard and Samuel Piesse.
The Whites took the lead through Carl Gore before Royston equalised and the scores stayed level at 1-1. Ronny Wheeler was named man of the match.
The U9 Blues defeated Hormead Hares 2-1 thanks to two goals from Ben Bradbury and a good display from man of the match Ashley Hicks.
The White team triumphed 7-0 against the same opponents. Tom Banks (3), Joe Keech (3) and Sam C netted while Owen Davis was man of the match. Charlie Gough was named overall player of the day.
St Neots U11s lost out 3-2 at KC Cougars despite a fine display from man of the match Louis Sands.
Saints U10As won 8-0 at home to Wymondley Park thanks to goals from man of the match Matthew Allen (3), Matthew Gilbert (2), Ryan Vale (2) and Lewis Davies.
The U10Bs triumphed 3-1 thanks to Jay Wells, Dominic Smith and Ross Pirie. Aaron Ward was man of the match.
WARBOYS U13s secured a 4-2 winover Fordham Hammers. A hat-trick from James Ellarby and one from Mitchell Newman gave Warboys victory. Man of the match went to Benn Naylor.