Four-goal Thornton can’t seal sweet win

JAKE Thornton hit four goals but it wasn t enough to earn a win for his Warboys U14 side. Daniel Malem scored the other goal in a thrilling 5-5 draw against NST Strikers. Alconbury THERE was a goal glut as the U8s went on the rampage, putting 18 past a s

JAKE Thornton hit four goals but it wasn't enough to earn a win for his Warboys U14 side. Daniel Malem scored the other goal in a thrilling 5-5 draw against NST Strikers.

Alconbury

THERE was a goal glut as the U8s went on the rampage, putting 18 past a shell-shocked Little Paxton defence.

Paxton were all at sea as Daniel Seaman helped himself to 11, while Owen King and Tom Brooks both hit hat-tricks and John Beattie netted a single.

Bluntisham

BOTH the U9 and U10 Reds teams played Needingworth but neither team could pick up a win. The U10s suffered a 5-2 defeat with both goals coming from Fred Jones, while the U9s hit four but conceded seven - Calum Taylor and Toby Davies scored the goals.

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The U16Bs did much better when they defeated Wimblington 7-0. Andy Watson scored his first ever goal for the club and other strikes came from Andy Prior, Connor McEwan, Ben Colam, Dan Smith and a brace from Sam Scales.

It was a different story for both the U11As and U14Bs. Both were well beaten, the former by Buckden 8-0 and the latter only had a Jim Malubay goal as consolation in their 5-1 loss to Girton.

Bluntisham Rangers Under 11s 'A' could not compete against a strong Buckden side.

Brampton

JAKE Burill provided the fireworks for the U12Bs as he hit a hat-trick in the 7-0 defeat of Plantation. Jonathan Wrycraft and James Thackray smashed in a brace each to complete the scoring.

Spartans U8s produced a good 4-2 win over the club's U9 Reds. The strikes came from Nathan Wadey, William Brackley, Josh Matcham and an own goal, while a Toby Herbert screamer and an own goal scored the Reds' goals.

Blues U9s saw off a good Stukeley Meadows side 3-0. Nathan May and Tom Snare bagged a goal each before some impressive saves by Rhys Everett in goal. Archie Smith made the final score 3-0.

Buckden

A GOOD performance from the U13 Girls got no reward as they bowed out of the cup 3-0 against Lea Valley.

Eaton Socon

EATON U12s good run of form continued as an own goal, two from Ollie Broome and one each for Rhys Harvey, Callum Rose and Jamie Barker eased them to a 6-3 win against NST Strikers.

Godmanchester

ROVERS U12B found life difficult against Hardwick as they went down to a 3-1 defeat. Super-sub Simon Zientek netted the only Goddy goal in the second half.

Huntingdon Rowdies

THERE was an emphatic 11-0 win for the U8s against KC Cougars, though Rowdies were only 1-0 up at the break.

They ran riot after the interval with two goals from Louis Stow, Anthony Abthorpe and Kasey Douglas, plus singles from Dominic Scott, Alfie Kitchen, Liam Zoric, Martin Saunders and Emily Smith.

The U14s are still chasing the title after a 4-2 win over Histon Hornets. There was a brace each for Adam Naylor and Jordan Gillbanks.

The U13s slumped out of the league cup as they lost 7-0 to Fulbourn Falcons.

Needingworth

SEVEN goals were just reward for the U9s against a spirited Bluntisham outfit who managed four in reply.

After falling a goal behind, Needingworth hit back to lead at the break with two goals from Daniel Turnbull and one from William Galpin.

In the second half, Tunbull brought his total to four and Galpin nicked his second with the other goal coming from Ryan Batsford.

Priory Parkside

OUTSTANDING performances by Parkside U14As helped them win 7-1 against Buckden. Joe Dawborn and Sam Bristo both scored twice while goals from Aiden London, Sam Elias and Felix Woolf helped seal the win.

Priory U13B entertained Milton, who went home with a 2-1 win. The Priory goal was scored by Greg Shaw and goalkeeper Noah Cross made some fine saves.

Priory U15s hosted Chesterton Eagles at the weekend and, despite a spirited performance, slipped to a 4-0 defeat.

Ramsey

RAMS U10s cracked home nine goals against Somersham who managed just one in reply. Leading the rout was Dan Wing with four and there was one apiece for Jack Napper, Rory Taggart, Marco Fiore, Jordan Hunwin and Benn Warren.

The U8s had a great match against March, ending up on the right side of a 5-4 result. Jamie Short bagged two, with one each for Matthew Walker, Jacob Darlington and Elliot Baker-Dagless.

A deflected Luke Jenkins shot was enough to give the U12s a win against Huntingdon Rowdies. Keeper Tayla Evans saved a penalty.

Rams U13A were disappointed as they slipped to a 6-2 defeat at the hands of Grampian Gunners, while the only consolation for the U13Bs was a Ryan Crant goal as Little Downham hit 12.

Sawtry

DESPITE two strikes from Kian Ince and other goals from Sam Archer and Sam Lomas, the U7s are still seeking their first win of the season after going down 7-4 to Caldecote.

St Ives

RANGERS U13Bs continued their excellent run of form this season with an 8-0 victory over Aztecs Juniors. Jack Barber and Sam Taylor were at the double while Jason Billam, Ollie Brookes, Calum Ross and Josh Baker each hit one.

Glen Tilbrook netted twice but couldn't prevent the U15Bs going down 4-2 to Isleham, while strikes from Jacob Ferrante and James Payne sealed a win for the U7Ts against Huntingdon Rowdies.

The U7Fs drew 3-3 against Little Paxton with goals from Oliver Smith, Owen Charge and an own goal.

Rangers U12s staged an amazing comeback in an exciting victory against Soham. They came back from 3-0 down to net twice before the break with goals from Dec Renoylds and Jake Hart.

In an all-action second period Rangers won the game after another Jake Hart effort and a penalty from Joe Welton.

There were four wins in a row for the U11As as they comprehensively beat Priory 11-1. The goals came from Jack Seymour with a hat-trick, a brace each for Scott Findlay and Harry McGregor, and one apiece for Clem Varley, Harry Sivri, Josh Texter and Toby Naylon.

Rangers U11B slipped to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Chatteris with the goal coming from Daniel Ross.

St Neots

IN A double header against Hormead Hares, the U7 drew 1-1 and lost 1-0. Both games were well-contested with little between the sides. Saints' only goal went to Owen Dunnett.

The U8s had their double header against Biggleswade but went down in both games - losing 4-1 and 2-0. The only Saints goal came from Marcus Shone.

A visit to Letchworth for the U11s saw them bring a 4-3 win home after a highly entertaining game with goals from Samuel Pritchard, Matthew Allen, Jack Brown and Raj Sunner.

Stukeley Meadows

AFTER a goalless first period the U9s fell to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Spartans Blue.

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