Hawks are grounded by Warboys six-shooters

JAMES Ellarby and Alex Brown each scored twice as Warboys U13s put in a terrific performance to beat Hundon Hawks 6-2. Tyler Grissett and Mitchell Newman completed the scoring while Benn Naylor earned man of the match. Alconbury ALTHOUGH they battled ha

JAMES Ellarby and Alex Brown each scored twice as Warboys U13s put in a terrific performance to beat Hundon Hawks 6-2.

Tyler Grissett and Mitchell Newman completed the scoring while Benn Naylor earned man of the match.

Alconbury

ALTHOUGH they battled hard, Alconbury U11s were on the wrong end of a 4-3 cup defeat to Godmanchester A.


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Man of the match George McKay scored twice and Jack Mace netted a penalty but it was to no avail.

Meanwhile, the U14s dominated their match with Spartak 78 to win 4-0. Callum Baker, Alex Arnold, David Titley and Dan Davies found the back of the net.

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Bluntisham Rangers

TOBY Davies hit a hat-trick to pick up MOTM in the U8B's 6-2 victory at Warboys.

Calum Taylor scored twice with Josh Cunningham finishing off the game in the dying seconds.

The U10s were involved in a good game with Huntingdon Rowdies, but went down 2-1. Ryan Payne pulled a goal back for Bluntisham.

There were 10 goals in Blunty U11s' match at Girton - five apiece. George Davis scored a hat-trick with Dominic Gowland and Dominic Stevens also on target.

Bluntisham U13Bs triumphed 6-2 in their fixture against Buckden. Jack Summerlin, Will Acton (2), Liam Smith, Luke Beardsley and Jamie Styles scored the goals.

Rangers U15s got back to winning ways with a 5-0 triumph against Ellesmere. Tom Skidmore scored twice with further goals from Dan Smith, Ed Manchett and Matt Norton.

Brampton Spartans

TWO second half goals from top scorer Jack Snare gave the U12s a 2-1 win at Aztec Juniors. Man of the match Dewi Brettle made both of the goals.

Spartans U11s scored four goals in the first 15 minutes to stun Needingworth. Adam Pedlar scored a hat-trick, with Liam Peacock and Christian Le at the double. Jordan Porter was the other goalscorer in an 8-0 win.

Meanwhile, Brampton Spartans U9A hotshot Luke Fennell is looking forward to taking on Bluntisham at the weekend.

Fennell blasted four goals in his side's last fixture to win man of the match and will be aiming to continue his scoring form.

Eaton Socon

OLLIE Broome scored twice as Eaton Socon U11s came out 4-2 winners against Godmanchester B. Man of the match Jon Thompson scored and there was an own goal.

Top scorer Jack Thompson's goal was the difference between Witchford and Socon U12s. David Bartolome was MOTM as Eaton triumphed.

Eaton Socon U14s lost their season-long unbeaten run at Isleham, going down 4-3. Ryan Baxter and Rob Melanie scored the consolations.

Godmanchester Rovers

HEAVY rain delayed the start of Rovers U10As' game against Priory - and they will wish it had been abandoned as they lost 2-1.

Haydon Noble scored the goal and Nathan Storey was MOTM.

The U11Bs lost out 4-2 against Eaton Socon. Millie Harris and captain Tim Gladding were on the scoresheet. James Wick and Keiran Bruce were the outstanding players.

Little Paxton

BOTTISHAM Colts were just too strong for Little Paxton U13s, coming out 9-1 winners.

George Pickering picked up the MOTM award while Ian Taylor scored for Paxton, who struggled to find the final pass.

Needingworth

A TOUGH battle between high-flyers Needingworth U12s and St Ives Rangers B ended in triumphed for Needy.

Goal machine Innes Christison bagged all five goals in a 5-2 win.

Priory Parkside

PRIORY U14A made the long trip to Ely Crusaders and came away 4-0 winners.

Arran Mackay scored twice with man of the match Kyle Batten and an Adam Barnett penalty completing the scoring.

A one-sided contest saw Parkside U12A ease their way to a 2-0 victory against Ely. Charlie Simpson opened the scoring, and picked up MOTM, while Gareth Dean fired in a second from long range.

Jacob Tose scored twice as Priory U12B won 2-1 at Isleham to keep them fourth in the league.

Sawtry

THE U8 Blue Sox lost only their second game of the season, 3-2 to St Ives Rangers R.

Nathan Baker scored both of the goals and jointly picked up the MOTM award with Ollie Crisp.

St Ives Rangers

A CLOSELY-fought game saw Rangers U12B battle hard but lose out 5-2 against Needingworth.

Tom Stevenson and MOTM Jonny Perring were on the scoresheet.

St Neots

ETHAN Page turned in a MOTM performance to help to earn St Neots U11s a 3-1 victory at St Ives.

Thom Fordham scored twice with the other goal coming from Louis Sands.

The U9 sides came up against a resilient Stotfold outfit, managing to record a loss and a draw.

The Blue team were narrowly defeated 2-1, despite Charlie Gough scoring and MOTM Thomas Banks' performance.

Two goals from MOTM Sam Cooke earned the White team a 2-2 draw against the same opponents.

Meanwhile, the U8 Whites came away 11-0 winners from HC Cougars. Isaac Clarke scored five times with MOTM Reece Sibley also nabbing a hat-trick. Sam Bloy scored twice and Owen Bevan found the net once.

The U8 White team came out 6-1 winners against the same opponents. Nathan Downes scored four times, with Henry Vaudin scoring once and man of the match Callum Moore also netting.

Town U15 ran out 12-1 winners against Stotfold. Richard Willard scored a hat-trick with Keelan Raffill and MOTM Luke Ellis at the double.

Bradley Clack, Robert Ricky, Ian Neves, Ricky Allen and an own goal completed the goalscoring.

The U10s played two fixtures against Stevenage side Pin Green Juniors, coming away winners both times.

Raj Sunner was MOTM for the Blues as they won 2-1 thanks to Ryan Vale and Dominic Smith.

Saints Whites won their game 7-1. Matthew Allen, Frankie Higgs and Cameron Crisp all scored twice with Jay Wells also netting. Samuel Pritchard picked up the man of the match award.

Warboys

MICHAEL Hancox played well in goal but he could not stop the U10s going down 4-1 to Huntingdon Rowdies B.

Farris Alston scored the only goal for Warboys, while Thomas Whincup picked up man of the match.

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