U7 PRIORY Parkside journeyed to Fenstanton where they were crushed 5-2. Priory ran into a strong Fenstanton back line who released the ball quickly to allow their forwards to score two early goals in the freezing temperatures. They eventually got a break
PRIORY Parkside journeyed to Fenstanton where they were crushed 5-2.
Priory ran into a strong Fenstanton back line who released the ball quickly to allow their forwards to score two early goals in the freezing temperatures. They eventually got a break when Sammy Fisher Diaz scored just before half time.
The hosts finished the game off with another two goals as on two occasions Priory failed to clear their area. The visitors gifted fenstanton with an own goal for the fifth and managed a second strike for a consolation goal just before the final whistle.
RAMSEY visited Feeder Soccer and played good football on a difficult surface. The home keeper was in great form but failed to stop a Kyle Rudland brace and an Aiden Seabridge goal.
WARBOYS and Godmanchester entertained the spectators with a 5-5 draw. Both teams showed commitment from the start and by the break Godmanchester had established a 3-2 lead. Callum Alexander netted Godmanchester's first and third with a Gatley Searle strike in between. Both Warboys strikes came from Callum Robertson.
The second half continued in the same vein but with the early goal going in favour of Warboys, with Robertson on hand to secure a hat-trick. Josh Bavester restored Godmanchester's advantage but this was quickly followed by a Ben Garbett strike to give the Witches the lead. Alexander looked to have snatched the result with his hat-trick strike as Godmanchester took the lead yet again but the final word went to
Jordan Johnson for Warboys when he slammed in their fifth to equalise.
GODMANCHESTER Rovers and Ramsey produced a seven goal thriller. Rovers gifted Ramsey with an own goal early on and soon fell two behind.
Godmanchester hit back and were soon level thanks to Jake Bennett and Connor Rice. Rovers keeper Elliot Cattmull kept the scores level with a fine save to deny the Ramsey forwards but a defensive mistake allowed Ramsey to snatch back the lead. Godmanchester notched their third when Toby Graham slid home but just as it looked like the spoils would be shared Ramsey snatched a last minute winner. Ramsey's goal scorers were Blaize Walker-Gleeson with two and Lewis Harrold.
BLUNTISHAM Blasters had the better of the first half against Priory Parkside and led 2-0 at the break. Blasters midfield put pressure on the Priory defence from the start with Fred Jones and Luke Young causing problems for the home side. Ellis Horsman and Chris Budd dominated the Priory forwards and Jones was on hand to give Blasters the lead. Still pushing forward Blasters nicked a second just before half time when Harry Taylor tapped home a loose ball.
Priory took heart from their half time chat and came out for the second half in determined mood. They peppered the Blasters defence and scored four to win the game 4-2.
RAMSEY took another three points in a 3-0 win over Priory Parkside A in the Cambs League. Liam Parish, Kyle McPartlin and Jordan Porter all hit home to seal the win.
SOMERSHAM B dominated Priory Parkside for long spells from the outset. Patrick Bayliss notched a hat-trick and Matthew Burroughs got one in their 4-2 win.
ST NEOTS caused an upset in the third round of the Memorial Cup when they defeated Wymondly Park Wanderers at their Baldock ground on Sunday. The tie finished 5-4 to the Saints after they nicked it with less than five minutes to go. Chances came and went for both teams early in the match but it was the home side that made the most of two snap chances to put St Neots on the back foot. Just as half time was approaching the Saints gained reward for the first half when Harvey Millier netted from the penalty spot to leave the half time score 2-1 to Wanderers.
Saints were soon level at the start of the second half when Jamie McDonald finished off a good team move. The home side was stung into action and netted twice in quick succession to take a 4-2 lead. Saints kept fighting and Millier smashed home a long range effort before Rob Plumb equalised with minutes left on the clock.
Extra time was tense as both teams failed to raise their game but with five minutes on the clock it was the Saints who snatched the tie when McDonald fired a free kick into the roof of the net.
SOMERSHAM dispatched Spartak with a 5-2 victory. Robbie Read smashed in two long range efforts and other goals came from Captain Alex Burr, David Fleming and Tom Murray.
SOMERSHAM were thrashed 5-2 in the cup to Ely City. Town took some time to get their game together and found themselves two down before Josh Parker rifled home a free kick to reduce the deficit. Ely snapped back and managed two more before the break to hold a comfortable advantage at half time. The second half proved a different affair as Somersham found their game and took the fight to the opposition. Parker scored a second but it was the Ely side that took the spoils after netting a fifth goal.