A BRILLIANT free-kick from Scott Wilkinson propelled St Ives Rangers U10G to the league title in their game against Ramsey. Nathan Paine had scored the first goal and Wilkinson's strike secured a 2-1 win, ensuring Rangers went the whole season undefeated. Omar Badaway and Aaron Willis were the men of the match for St Ives. Bluntisham THERE were 13 goals in Blunty U8s' match at Brampton - unfortunately 10 of them went to the home side. Toby Davies scored twice and Joshua Cunningham grabbed the other consolation while goalkeeper Sam Dibble picked up MOTM. Rangers U9s ended their season with a 1-1 draw against St Ives Rangers P. Rowan Wilson scored the goal for Bluntisham, who were indebted to MOTM goalkeeper Francis Heylen for keeping the scores level. Ryan Payne scored from the penalty spot but it couldn't prevent Rangers U10 going down 3-1 against Godmanchester. The U10B's ended the season in style with a 6-2 victory against KC Cougars. Lewis Bowcutt scored a hat-trick with Jamie Bluff, Danny Isaacson and James Arnold the other players to find the target. A goal from Dominic Gowland was the only consolation as Bluntisham U11s went down 9-1 at Brampton. Meanwhile, Rangers U15 came from behind to pinch a 2-1 victory against Ramsey. Alex Parsons headed in a Tom Skidmore free-kick to equalize before Josh Parker pounced to seal the win. The U13s won a nine-goal thriller against Priory Parkside. Ryan Palmer, Jack Carson, Josh Clark and Chae Simmons were among the goals. Brampton Spartans JOSH Hawker made an outstanding save for Brampton U9A to help them earn a 2-2 draw against Ramsey. Man of the match Chris Hartley scored twice as Spartans battled back to secure the draw. Adam Pedlar hit the net four times as Spartans U11s romped to a 9-1 win against Bluntisham. Jordan Porter scored twice with headers while Tom Rayner and Christian Le completed the scoring. Cameron Macleod made an outstanding save in the game. Hat-tricks from Harry Wood and Tom Snare helped Spartans U8s to their biggest win of the season - 10-3 against Bluntisham. William Dines-Allen scored twice while Archie Smith and an own goal completed the win. Spartans U8 and U9 went head to head in a friendly game. The U9s ended up 3-1 winners, though MOTM William Dines-Allen scored a good goal for the U8s. Buckden A SINGLE goal from Megan Taylor meant Kestrels 12 Girls finish the season on top of the league - though they are not yet guaranteed top spot. The team has won every game in 2007, though must hope rivals Moulton Magpies drop points to be sure of finishing in first position. Godmanchester Rovers IT was Hall in a day's work for Godmanchester U17s as the team completed their final match as Colts, drawing three apiece with Priory Parkside. Brothers Jonny and James Hall have epitomised the team's spirit and hard work with their efforts across the season, and did so again. Ant West opened the scoring for Rovers, before James Hall added a second and West bagged another. The U8s lost 5-1 at Bar Hill Colts, despite an Alfie Toseland special, scoring straight from a corner. Godmanchester U11A ran out 3-1 winners against their C team counterparts. Ellis Sullivan scored twice for the A team with Aaron Woods getting the other. Scott Johnson scored for the C team. Jamie Worrall was MOTM for the C team. Graveley BEN McConnell netted four times to win MOTM as Graveley U11 Reds ran out 7-0 winners against Alconbury. Cameron Olley, Daniel McClure and Ben Rodgers were the other goal scorers as the hosts cruised home. The U9 Reds drew 0-0 at St Ives Rangers S, partly thanks to a MOTM winning effort from Declan Rounce. Great Paxton CAMERON Stump blasted a hat-trick as Paxton U8s triumphed 4-1 against Buckden. Rory Bristow completed the goal scoring in the friendly fixture. Huntingdon Rowdies NEIL Macphee scored a hat-trick to help Huntingdon U15A win 8-1 against Milton. Wayne Childerley and Micky Drage scored twice with Joe Furness scoring the other goal. Liam Sancaster and Childerley shared MOTM. The U13s dominated their game against Chesterton Eagles, running out 5-0 winners. Adam Taylor and Joey Nicholson scored two each with Lewis Hammond the other scorer. Connor Barker picked up MOTM. Needingworth NEEDY U11s were on the wrong end of a seven-goal thriller against Priory Parkside. Keenan Burke, Alex Cook and MOTM Jake Watling were the players on the score sheet. Priory Parkside JOSH Unwin narrowly pipped Cameron Harris to the top goal scorer accolade for Priory U8A. The team won 14 games out of 14 this season, finishing with a crushing 11-1 win against Sawtry Blue Sox. The team scored 98 goals across the season, conceding only 14. Harris, Unwin, Matthew Law, Lewis Ager and Todd Ritchie were in the goals. Meanwhile, Priory U13C narrowly lost out 5-4 to Bluntisham. Danny Cain scored a penalty with Adam Jennings, Shaun Flack and Gareth Ekins the others to find the net. Reece Keating hit four goals as the U9Rs finished their season in style, winning 6-0 against Great Paxton. Joe Fraser and Ryan Galbraith were the other players to hit the back of the net. Sam Elias scored four goals as Parkside U13A cruised to a 10-2 win against Chatteris Town. Josh Benson scored a hat-trick with Felix Woolf netting twice and Ryan Worboys completing the win. Man of the match went to Elias. Although they went two goals behind, Priory U14A still managed to come out winners against Hemingford. MOTM Kyle Batten started the comeback before Liam Hemming and Arran Mackay secured a 3-2 victory. Parkside U10L reached the Hunts U10 Cup Final with a 3-1 win against Ramsey. Ollie Simpson, Harrison Upton and Nathan George were the goal scorers as Priory booked their place against Sawtry Blue Sox. Priory U8B went down 3-1 to St Ives but fought back to draw 3-3. James Cavanagh Cole scored once with Henry Dalrymple grabbing a brace. The U12As drew 1-1 at Burwell Swallows at the weekend. Mark Jose won MOTM. Ramsey JORDAN Dover and Alfie West scored four goals each as Ramsey U10As cruised to a 13-0 victory against Great Paxton. David Lane scored a hat-trick with Jordan Duncan and Jordan Cafferkey grabbing one each. Dover was also on target for the U10As in their cup semi-final with Priory L, but they lost out 3-1. Ramsey U7s earned a 7-4 victory against Willingham in a friendly game. Jamie Short and Ollie Stevens hit hat-tricks while Matthew Walker scored the other. Chris Dawe picked up MOTM for Rams U9A as they drew 3-3 with Little Paxton. Zak Stevens, William Taylor and James Tortice scored one goal each. Robyn Miles scored a consolation goal but it wasn't enough as Ramsey U10B lost 2-1 to unbeaten St Ives Rangers G. John Day was MOTM. There were two goals each for Sam Harvey and Dan Short as Rams U11s won 9-0 against St Ives Rangers. Lewis Nicholls, Kyle McPartlin, Ryan Judd, Josh England and Chris Redshaw all scored one each to seal the win. Goals from Ollie Day and Louis Shepherd weren't enough for Ramsey U13s as they lost 3-2 to NST Strikers. Daniel Moulds won MOTM. Ricky Darlow scored the consolation goal for Rams U15 as they went down 2-1 to Bluntisham Rangers. St Ives Rangers JAY Kay Hudson won MOTM and scored the only goal for St Ives U9P as they drew 1-1 with Bluntisham. St Ives Rangers U12B drew 3-3 with Swavesey, from the league above. Doulton Kingston scored twice as he won MOTM while Josh Baker completed the scoring. James Morgan scored the goal for Rangers U12A as they drew 1-1 with Fulbourn. St Neots JAMIE Barker scored twice but it wasn't quite enough for St Neots U11s as they lost out 4-3 to Girton. Will Starkey was the other scorer with captain Louis Sands winning MOTM. Owen Bevan scored his first Saints goal in the U8 Blues' 10-0 win against Baldock. Isaac Clarke, MOTM Reece Sibley, Sam Bloy were all among the goals. The U8 Whites continued where their colleagues left off, winning 5-2 against Baldock. Kieran Humphrey, Carl Gore and MOTM Henry Vaudin were all on target. The U7s played two games against Bassingbourn. Callum Taylor and Joe Gore scored in the first game while Brett Davis, an own goal and a Sam Cartwright hat-trick secured the win in the second game. Warboys HARRY England scored twice for Warboys U6 as they defeated Alconbury 6-2. Harry Walker also scored twice with Taylor Gilmour and Dillan Scott also netting.