Harrys bag a brace in win for Warboys
IT WAS the Harry show for Warboys U7s as they ran out 5-1 winners against Alconbury Blue. Harry Walker and Harry England each scored a pair, with the other strike coming from Dillan Scott. Alconbury A LONE strike by Harris Lacey was not enough as the U7
IT WAS the Harry show for Warboys U7s as they ran out 5-1 winners against Alconbury Blue.
Harry Walker and Harry England each scored a pair, with the other strike coming from Dillan Scott.
A LONE strike by Harris Lacey was not enough as the U7 Blues went down to Warboys 5-1.
The U7 Reds fired in nine against a spirited Little Paxton team who replied with four. Louis Spicer scored a hat-trick and there were two each for Matthew Harvey, Thomas Sheldon and Dylan Duray.
A strong ICA Juventus team proved too powerful for the U14s in the Hunts Cup - Alconbury lost 12-1 with a goal from Brogan Pett.
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Ely Crusaders hit two late goals to beat the U15s 2-0 in the League Cup.
Visitors Brampton proved a little too strong for the U8s who lost 10-2. Both goals came from John Beattie and Matthew Oldfield was MOTM.
The U13 Girls went down to a 4-1 defeat against Posh despite a goal from Eilidh Murphy and Kaya Williams POTM effort.
A DOUBLE strike from Tom Power and a single effort Dan Sterna wasn't enough as the U16As lost out 5-3 to Eaton Socon.
Jangan Sivakumar was the hat-trick hero as the U16Bs defeated Bottisham 4-2. Sam Scales grabbed the other and Steven Edge was MOTM.
HARRY Wood was at the double as the U9 Blues ran out 5-0 winners against Alconbury. Nathan May, Tom Snare and Jake Winterburn each got one.
Goals from Jonny Wrycraft and Kieren Bruce were not enough for the U12Bs as they lost 5-2 to Aztec Juniors.
Fergus Moran scored twice and won MOTM as the U11s beat St Ives Rangers 3-1. Charlie Barlow scored the other.
HARRIERS U15 Girls saw off the challenge of Sutton 3-1. Miquela McDonald scored twice, there was one for Loren Ellard and Ellen Clark was POTM.
CHRIS Racher, Ben Whitbread and Hope Harrison scored as the U13 Eagles came from behind to beat Cherry Hinton 3-2.
Goals from Sam Gardner and Theodore Diejomaoh earned the U14s a 2-1 win against Soham - Steven Turney was MOTM.
A MOTM-winning hat-trick from Harley Godfrey didn't stop the U12s losing to a last-minute Bottisham penalty.
Cambourne U11s defeated Godmanchester 5-3 thanks to a brace from MOTM Nathan Clark and one each for Alby Smith, Louis Berritt and Josh Dodds.
The U12 Girls lost 3-2 at Witchford despite two goals from Brooke O'Neill and Martina Carter's POTM effort.
A GOOD all-round performance from the U12s saw them thrash Fulbourn 4-0. Rhys Harvey, Ollie Broome, Jon Thomson and Luke Stanford got the goals.
THE U10As won their first game of the new season 6-2 against Brampton. Lewis Gabb and Matt Allan scored a couple and there was one each for Greg Goodwin and Calum Harcourt. Ellis Ogle was MOTM.
The U10Bs won 3-2 at KC Cougars with goals from Alec Bryden, Matt Burgess and Nathan Brown. Jack Gathercole was MOTM.
Six goals from the U13As against St Ives Rangers made it four wins from four. Ryan Son scored twice and there was one each for Trafford Hudson, Will England, Jack Goodall and Josh Burgess. George Jackson was MOTM.
The U13s progressed in the Hunts Cup with a comfortable win against Huntingdon Rowdies. Trafford Hudson and Josh Burgess scored hat-tricks and there were strikes from Alan Owen, George Jackson and an own goal.
A hat-trick from Joseph Cattmull helped the U13s to a 7-4 win at Little Paxton. MOTM Sparky McIlwain scored two and there was one each for Luke Turnbull and Matt Luscombe.
The U9s lost 5-3 at St Ives Rangers despite goals from Connor Rice, Jared McNamara and MOTM Alfie Toseland.
MOTM Callum Austen turned in a solid performance as the U13s beat Aztecs 2-0. Goals from Ollie Missen and Jack Noades gave Paxton the points.
A LATE strike for Rowdies U7s earned them a 3-2 victory against Buckden, while the U9s went down 2-1 to St Ives Rangers despite Ronnie Shelldrake's goal and MOTM effort.
A goal from Levi Cornthwaite and MOTM effort from Jack Hedges didn't stop the U13s going down 2-1 to Whittlesfield Warriors.
Goals from Joey Nicholson and Adam Naylor handed the U14s a 2-1 win against St Ives - Jordan Gillbanks was MOTM.
The U16As thrashed Ely 10-0 thanks to a Micky Drage hat-trick, braces from Neil Macphee and Jordan Gent and goals from Joe Furness, Ashley Welford and Wayne Childerley.
A HAT-TRICK from Joe Postins helped the U12s to a 9-2 win against Warboys. Chris Kaye and Sam Clarke each scored two and there were further goals from Aron Campbell and MOTM Jamie Bisset.
CONSOLATION goals from Ben Casey were the only crumb of comfort for the U9s as they lost 7-2 against St Ives Rangers.
THE U14As started their cup run by beating Farcet United 6-3. Sam Bristo scored twice while Danny Walton, Josh Benson, Sam Elias and Ryan Fagan all got on the score sheet. MOTM was Richard Jarvis.
Goals from Scott Davis, Braden Smith and Ben McConnell secured a 3-2 victory for the U12Bs against Huntingdon Rowdies.
Strikes from Joe Bennett, Alfie Bass, Matt Williamson and Riley Scott saw the U9s come out 4-3 winners against Somersham despite a visiting fightback. Nick Gollins was MOTM.
Bar Hill proved just too strong for the U11As, who dropped out of the league Cup 3-2. Priory goals came from a James Thomas penalty and Lee Adams.
TONY Wagstaff grabbed all four goals for the U7s as they won 4-1 against Willingham Wolves.
The U8Bs gained a 7-2 win against St Ives Rangers R. Jacob Darlington scored four times, Sol Goodby netted twice and there was one for Ciaran Seabridge.
A 1-0 win for the U11s against St Ives Rangers B saw them into round two of the Cambs League Cup. Alfie West was the player on target.
Rams U12 were on form, beating Waterbeach Colts 6-1. Levi Massie scored a hat-trick and there was one each for Dan Short, Kyle McPartlin and Ryan Judd.
An Elliot Cafferkey free kick was the only consolation for the U13As as they lost 7-1 to Fulbourn Falcons.
Ryan Crant, Steven Lane and Kristian Kenny all grabbed a goal for the U13Bs, but they were well beaten - 10-3 by Little Downham.
The U14s progressed to the next round of the Hunts Cup as they crashed nine passed Needingworth B without reply. Thomas Heyes, Luke Seery, Daniel Moulds and Adam Wright all hit the net with one apiece, but MOTM Ollie Day hit five goals.
The U17s took another three points, scoring two goals without reply against a physical Fowlmere side. David Turnball and Mike Neil scored the goals.
Mereside U11s won out 3-2 with two goals from Robyn Miles, one from John Watson and a MOTM effort by Andrew McDade.
St Ives Rangers
A SINGLE goal from Holly Knott was enough for the U15 Girls to secure a 1-0 win against Godmanchester.
Rangers U9L went down 2-1 to Huntingdon Rowdies despite a goal from Ben Jones, while the U11Bs won 1-0 at Ramsey in a cup game thanks to Alfie West.
The U9s won out 7-2 against Needingworth with four goals from H Carlisle, two from C Stocking and one from A Brock. S Safford was MOTM.
The U15s thrashed Wimblington 13-2 in a cup fixture. Glen Tilbrook scored four, there were two each for Addison Mallon and Ryan Johnson, while Liam McDonald, Michael Keeley, Craig Waters, Ben Stocker and Tim Anderson also netted. Matthew Pask was MOTM.
Goals from Kris Atherton and Ben McNichol earned the U9Ls a 2-1 win against Huntingdon Rowdies - Ben Channon won MOTM.
The U13Bs inflicted a crushing 23-0 defeat on Coton Cosmos. There were four goals each for MOTM Tom Stevenson, Tom Woodrow and Tom Johnson, while Doulton Kingston got a hat-trick. Jason Billam, Ryan Amato, Jeff Black, Josh Fitzjohn, Ollie Brookes and Calum Ross all got in on the fun.
Rangers U9 Reds proved too strong for Godmanchester Youth A, running out 5-3 winners. Will Rolt and Josh Smith got two each and there was one for Jack Banyard. Leo Grant won MOTM.
Callum McDuffus scored four and won MOTM as the U9S side won 9-4 against Parkside B. Luke Packham scored two and there was one each for Rory Simmons, Oli Seymour and Adam Roberts.
JAMIE Barker scored in the U12s 1-1 draw with Bluntisham that saw Matt Keating named MOTM in goal.
Goals from Ryan Vale and Raj Sunner were not enough for Saints U11s as they lost 6-2 at Bedwell Rangers. Alex Francis was MOTM.
PROLIFIC scorer Jake Barry took his tally for the season to 11 with all four goals for the U9s against Ramsey B. Harry Cox was MOTM
The U11s played an exciting cup game against Cherry Hinton.
The scores were level at 2-2 at full time but Cherry Hinton squeezed home with the only strike in extra time. Goals were scored by Thomas Whincup and Matthew Brown and after an excellent defensive display Peter Williams was MOTM.