A SINGLE strike from Jack Crawley at Royston Eagles was enough for Great Paxton U16s to win their league. The goal came early in the second half. Alconbury A 5-0 defeat didn't reflect the efforts by the U15s against Ely, while the U8s threw away a two goal lead against Brampton to lose 6-2, both goals being scored by John Beattie. The U9s hosted Godmanchester and conceded an own goal in the last minute to lose 1-0. Bluntisham THERE was a narrow defeat for the U9s as they went down 2-1 to Somersham Black despite a Charlie Edwards-Ainge goal. Blasters U10 Reds put five past Needingworth who replied with two. Goals came from Harry Taylor, with two, Christian Wiggins-Browne and two own goals. The U10 Whites beat off a strong St Ives challenge to run out 3-2 victors with goals from Ellis Horsman and a Ben Johnson double. Sam Scales and Dan Smith netted for the U16Bs against a strong Godmanchester side who cracked in four themselves. The U11A side almost rescued the game against Huntingdon Rowdies after trailing 3-0. Goals from Sam Dew and Robbie Holland left them frustrated at 3-2. The U11Bs suffered the same score against Chatteris as goals from Lewis Colbert and Lewis Bowcutt were just not enough for a point. . Brampton SPARTANS U12 were outstanding on their trip to Ely. A brace of goals from Adam Pedlar and one apiece for Charlie Naylor and Pete Clark put the icing on a very good 4-0 team performance. There was a good win for the U9 Blues against Bluntisham as goals from Chris Hartley, with two, and a Tom Snare hat-trick secured a 5-1 victory. A late equaliser by Eaton Socon saw the U12Bs share the spoils in a thrilling 2-2 draw. After going behind Spartans netted twice through Tom Nicholls and Jonathan Wrycraft before they conceded the equaliser. The U8s bagged a 6-2 win against Alconbury with goals from Nathan Wadey, Demi Dixon, William Brackley, Joshua Matcham and two from Thomas Thackray. Buckden THE U13 Girls came away from Luton with a magnificent 3-2 win under their belts. After a goalless first half Billie Barbury and Sarah Palmer scored and the win was sealed when the Luton centre-back put through her own net. Harriers U15 Girls left Peterborough Azure with a share of the spoils after a 4-4 draw. The goals came from Miquela McDonald, Sophie Coulman and a double from Lucy Somerville-Large. The U7s gave a good display of football at Somersham to run out 2-0 winners Cambourne ROVERS U12s visited Eversden Gunners and were shot down 5-2. The hosts went 4-0 up before Rovers scored through Harry Gardner and Jake Mancer. Eaton Socon SOCON U12 played out a hard fought draw against Brampton for the second time this season. Tom Wise and Ollie Broome were on target for Eaton. Fenstanton REDS U8s smashed 14 goals past a stunned Bluntisham who found no way through the Fenstanton defence. Goals came from Jake Balaam, Louis Cooke, Blair Reid, Felix Perez, Harry Taylor and Conor Jones. Godmanchester ONLY a last gasp equaliser stopped the U12s winning at Gamlingay. Jamie Worrall had given Rovers the lead and some solid defensive work looked to have won the points until the very late equaliser. Great Paxton A MORGAN Thomas goal was scant reward for Paxton U9s when they went down to visitors Huntingdon Rowdies 5-1. Huntingdon Rowdies NEAT football gave the U9s a good 5-1 win at Great Paxton. Ben Hurst and Jake McFarlane both hit two apiece and Billy Jennings sealed the win. The visit to Grampian Gunners ended in a 2-1 win for the U14s. The goal scorers were Adam Naylor and Daniel Coles. The U13s drew 2-2 against NST Strikers with two goals from Ryan Priestman. KC Cougars ALEX Lewsley hit the only goal of the game as Cougars U8s ran out 1-0 winners at St Ives Rangers L. Needingworth BEN Casey blasted a hat-trick as the U9s beat Stukeley Meadows 3-0 to record their fifth win in a row. Priory Parkside A LONG-range effort from George Crofts and other goals from Reece Keating, Ryan Galbraith and Harrison Upton sealed a 4-1 win for the U10R side against Huntigndon Rowdies. A hat-trick from Aiden London, two apiece from Felix Woolf and Sam Elias and goals from Ryan Worboys, Danny Walton, Alex Williams and Joe Dawborn helped Parkside U14As to an 11-0 win against Manea Utd. There was a see-saw battle between the U9Bs and Ramsey with Priory getting home 3-2. They had Alex Lester, with two, and captain Shaun Parren to thank for the goals. A strong Priory U11J side slotted six past Hemingford without reply. Oliver Rae-Jallal and Harry Lindsell managed a brace each, Alessandro Capasso continued his form by nicking a goal and Bradley Sargeant marched through to score from a tight angle. The U9s lost 6-2 at home to St Ives despite goals from Alfie Bass and Matt Williamson, while Priory U13B lost 5-3 at Alconbury despite goals from Harry Joyce, Cameron Dunlop and Luke Severn. Ramsey JAMIE Short hit four goals in the U8A's 9-3 win against Fenstanton Blue. Other strikes came from Oli Stevens with a hat-trick and Liam Carrigan, who netted a brace. Tony Wagstaff scored the consolation for the U7s as they went down 2-1 to Warboys whilst the U10B drew 2-2 at Graveley courtesy of two Dan Wing goals Rams U9B went down 3-2 to Priory B with Marcell Cherlin bagging a brace, while the U11s won 6-1 against Godmanchester with Jordan Dover, Alfie West and Tom Cuthbert all hitting two. Kyle McPartlin was on target with two, with Josh England and Liam Parish notching one each as the U12s roared to a 4-1 win at Cherry Hinton Lions and the U14s roared even louder against the Lions as they smashed in six in a tigerish display. Myles Hyndman, Jake Peattie, Thomas Redhead and Luke Seery all notched one with Oliver Day helping himself to two in the 6-2 win. Rams U13B had their first win against Godmanchester C in a 4-2 result. Steven Lane bagged two with one each for Tom George and Jordan Dawbney. Sean Hackett set Rams U17s on their way to a 5-0 win against Fowlmere with his long range shot lobbing the keeper. Chris Stewart and Ricky Darlow, with two each, completed the rout. Sawtry ATTACK-minded Sawtry U7s lashed 11 past Alconbury Blue, who replied with three. Sawtry's goals came from in-form Louis Crisp, with a hat-trick, and doubles from Kian Ince, Sam Lomas, Sam Archer and Daniel Hubbard. St Ives TWO goals from JK Hudson and a goal apiece for Thomas Alfuth and Callum Reece gave Rangers U10 a comfortable win against Parkside. It was a comfortable 6-1 win for the U9S side on their visit to Warboys. Rangers' goals came from Rory Simmons, with two, Matthew Wright, Thomas Johnson, Callum McDuffus and a good individual goal from Adam Roberts. A first clean sheet for nearly four months saw the U13s nick a slender 1-0 win against Histon Hornets. Dan Jackson settled the match with a strike in the dying seconds of the game. Three goals in the last 15 minutes sealed a deserved 5-1 victory for Rangers U13Bs in their top-of-the-table game at Great Paxton. The goal scorers were Jack Barber and Ryan Amato with two each and one from Jack Baker. Rangers GA U9s ran out 6-2 winners over Priory M. In their best performance of the season, Rangers' goals came from Johnny Cook, Jack Tattersall, Harry Carlisle, Matty Wade and Callum Stocking, who netted a brace. The U15 Girls progressed to the next round of the cup after a good 4-1 win at Isleham. Holly Knott found the net three times and Sophie Luckhurst netted the fourth. St Neots NAVY Blues U16s beat off a severe challenge by Buntingford Cougars to run out 3-2 winners. Richard Willard gave Saints the lead before Robert Hoye and an own goal completed the St Neots tally. The U11s lost 4-2 at home to Letchworth Golds in a cup fixture despite goals from Samuel Pritchard and Matthew Allen. The U8s played two games against Stevenage, losing 4-0 first time round but winning 3-0 in the next game thanks to Jaiden Fitzpatrick and two from Brett Davis. Stukeley Meadows MEADOWS U9s came out second best when they entertained Needingworth and went down to a disappointing 3-0 defeat. Warboys JAMES Trafford played a great game in goal for the U14s in a 0-0 draw against Soham, while the U7s beat Ramsey in an exciting game with Harry England and Harry Walker scoring a goal each in the 2-1 win.