Godmanchester pay Tate penalty
A NINE-goal thriller provided an entertaining end to the season for Huntingdon Rowdies U9 as they defeated Godmanchester 5-4. Goalkeeper Jack Tate saved two Godmanchester penalties as Rowdies ended their season in style, delighting joint managers Ollie Br
A NINE-goal thriller provided an entertaining end to the season for Huntingdon Rowdies U9 as they defeated Godmanchester 5-4.
Goalkeeper Jack Tate saved two Godmanchester penalties as Rowdies ended their season in style, delighting joint managers Ollie Brown and Keith Tate.
Huntingdon dominated early on and took the lead through a Godmanchester own goal. George Smith, Jamie Harrold and Callum Brown then fired in goals and it seemed Rowdies would cruise to victory.
However, Rovers battled back and managed to level the scores at 4-4.
With the game heading for a draw, Smith weaved his way through the Godmanchester defence and blasted home the winning goal.
James Berkshire scored twice for Goddy with Ashley Hehir and Matt Weeks the others on target. Jack Forster won man of the match for Rovers.
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* St Neots Town U18s dominated their match at home to Newmarket, securing a comfortable 2-0 victory.
Jamie Osborne and Gibson Kupfuma both spurned early chances before midfielder Nathan Field broke through to score a well-taken goal.
The visitors worked hard but showed little flair going forward, only posing a threat from set pieces with their height advantage.
Osborne hit the post in the second half before Andrew Wale drove against the crossbar and Osborne was again denied, this time by the Newmarket goalkeeper.
Captain Tom Coles wrapped the game up for St Neots when he won the ball in the opposing penalty area and prodded home from 10 yards.
Saints take on Ramsey Town in the U18 County Cup final on Friday night. Kick off at Eynesbury Rovers' Hall Road ground is at 7.30pm.
* Rivals Godmanchester U11A and B played out an exciting match at the weekend. The A side secured a 2-0 victory despite the best efforts of goalkeeper Harriette Tillott and attacker Harley Green. Tillott was named player of the match with Jamie Wick also outstanding.
* Godmanchester U9B were on the attack from the very beginning of their match against Ramsey Colts last week. Matt Weeks and Max Darer each scored two goals while Ashley Hehir and Nathan Brown also found the target.
Darer was named man of the match for his overall contribution, both in attack and marking the opposition players.
* Ollie Broome's 16th goal of the season was enough to win an even contest against Alconbury U11s. Jon Thompson picked up man of the match.