Isaac gives Borough the Blues
ISAAC Clarke turned in his best display of the season as St Neots U8 Blues defeated Stevenage Borough 5-0. Clarke scored twice with Reece Sibley, Owen Bevan and a deflected Samuel Piesse strike completing the scoring for Saints. Alconbury LEWIS Long s ma
ISAAC Clarke turned in his best display of the season as St Neots U8 Blues defeated Stevenage Borough 5-0. Clarke scored twice with Reece Sibley, Owen Bevan and a deflected Samuel Piesse strike completing the scoring for Saints.
LEWIS Long's man of the match performance helped earn Alconbury U14 a 9-0 victory against Sawston. Matthew Pywowar, Bobby Turner (2), David Titley (2), Alex Frost, Liam Smith, Paul Mcfarlane and Alex Arnold all netted.
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RANGERS U9A twice took the lead against Priory Parkside F, but eventually went down 6-3. Harry Taylor netted twice and man of the match Dean Worrall hit the other.
Jake Sterna scored one and had another disallowed as Blunty U11 went down 8-1 to Priory A. Ashley Clifton, Dominic Stevens and Jordan Jones put in solid performances to keep heads up despite the score.
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Man of the match Nathan Cozens scored twice as Priory Parkside B U14 were cast aside 9-0. Richard Steinberg opened the scoring with further goals from Dominic Richardson (2), Robbie Read (2), Alex Burr and Tom Murray.
Rangers U15 progressed in the Hunts Cup, beating Peterborough City 3-0. Josh Parker managed to find a way through a mass of legs to score the opening goal before adding a second. The third was the goal of the season so far, with Dan Sterna finishing a six-man move.
THE U9 team had a successful tournament at Rushden & Diamonds against some top sides from in and around Northants.
After qualifying from the league stage, Brackley were defeated 1-0 in the quarter-final thanks to Luke Fennell and goalkeeper Cavan King. The semi-finals will be played in March next year before a Rushden & Diamonds home game.
Adam Pedlar and James Downing hit two goals apiece as Brampton U11 saw off Ramsey 6-0. Jordan Porter scored on his home debut and Will Brettle scored a late penalty to seal the win.
Spartans U11 romped to a 7-0 victory at Godmanchester B. David Ball opened the scoring and more goals soon followed. Jools Arts scored a hat-trick, Jake Hays hit a double and Ryan Morgan bagged the other goal to seal an excellent win.
The U8 League squad played well, but lost out 5-3 to Alconbury. Man of the match Harry Wood scored twice with Jake Winterburn getting the other. The U8 Friendly squad drew 1-1 with the same opponents. Jack Mitchell was man of the match and Toby Whitehead scored the goal.
A THRILLING contest saw Buckden Eagles U10 draw 4-4 with St Ives Rangers U10R. Man of the match Jamie Harris scored to help his team secure the point.
Toby Pleasants and Josh Ling both scored to help Buckden U13 defeat Needingworth 12-3. Liam Williams, Josh Draper, Joe Pengelly and Joe Smith were also on target.
DESPITE matching their opponents Godmanchester A, Eaton U11 lost out 3-0. Ryan Wood was named man of the match.
GOALS from Haydon Noble and Josh Stephens helped Rovers U10 turn round a 1-0 deficit to defeat Eaton Socon 2-1 but the U11Bs lost out 7-0 against Brampton. Tom Marrion and Harrison Maggs were the star performers.
Rovers U9 played some excellent football as they defeated Godmanchester 6-3. Matt Allan's four goals won him the man of the match while Harry Moran and Ellis Ogle were also on
Captain Joss Ward was among the scorers as Rovers U11 defeated Eaton Socon 3-0. Aaron Woods scored the other two and John Gresham picked up man of the match.
GRACE Stanley opened the scoring for Graveley U9 Reds as they defeated St Ives Rangers S 3-1. Joe Darby and a penalty from man of the match Declan Rounce sealed the win.
The U11 Reds won 6-0 with Ben McConnell on target four times. Alfie Judd and man of the match Daniel McClure were the other goalscorers.
THREE goals from Tommy Simpson helped Paxton U15 to a 6-2 win against Bluntisham. Glynn Dawson hit two and Josh Spavins netted the other as Paxton continued their long unbeaten run in the league.
STAR man Neil Macphee hit a hat-trick as Rowdies U15A defeated Histon 5-2. Joe Furness and Sam Joannides were the other scorers in an excellent victory.
A gritty performance earned Rowdies U13 a 3-0 win against Haverhill Rovers. Jake Thornton, Omar Ickin and Joey Nicholson scored, with Connor Barker man of the match.
A DOUBLE strike from Shae Humphrey helped earn the U8 side a
3-3 draw. Kyle Ottaway scored the other in a game played in fine spirit.
Michael Ball's strike wasn't enough to prevent Paxton U13s going down to a 3-1 defeat against Waterbeach. Ian Taylor picked up man of the match.
JAMIE Short's six goals helped Rams U7A romp to a 15-0 win against Benwick. Oli Stevens hit a hat-trick, as did Liam Carrigan. Evan McPartlin scored two with Jordan Johnson hitting the other.
The U7B side also had a heavy win - this time 12-0 against Bluntisham. Jacob Darlington scored six times, Elliot Dagless-Baker hit a hat-trick with Austin Draycott (2) and Ciaran Seabridge also on target.
William Taylor's hat-trick helped Ramsey U9A to a 7-2 win against St Ives Rangers P. Bradley McManus scored twice, with Rowan Abraham and Zak Stevens also netting.
Five of the best from Daniel Wing gave Ramsey U9B an 8-4 win against Great Paxton. Jordan Mays scored a hat-trick to complete the scoring.
Oliver Wright's consolation couldn't stop Rams U12A losing 2-1 at Burwell Swallows while the U12B side scored twice but let in 16 against Aztec Juniors B.
Steven Lane and Jack Gower were on target for the Rams.
Tom Jex hit four as Warboys U13 were put to the sword in a local derby. Daniel Moulds and Myles Hyndeman scored two apiece with Louis Shepherd the other scorer and Tom McGee named man of the match.
Chris Whitfield's hat-trick earned Rams U15s a 4-0 win against Ellesmere Eagles with Ricky Darlow the other player on the scoresheet.
CAMERON Dunlop scored the opener as the U12B side saw off Waterbeach 6-1. Jack Pirie, Jacob Tose, Kevin Neal, Alex Bonafont and Ross Wood were also on target.
Priory U9F defeated Bluntisham Rangers 6-3. Jordan Brown was the primary goal-getter and Andrew Hornby claimed man of the match.
A Josh Benson hat-trick couldn't prevent the U13A team going down to a
5-4 defeat against Cambourne Rangers. Felix Woolf scored the other and Lee Darlow was named man of the match.
Parkside U11 dropped their first points of the season as they drew 1-1 with Cottenham United. Braden Smith scored the equalising goal and Josh Chandler was man of the match.
Priory U12A lost out 1-0 to Cottenham despite Barry Hilton's man of the match performance, while the U13 side defeated Histon 2-1. Danny Cain and man of the match Lindsey Smith scored the goals.
JUDE Cullen's outstanding performance was one of the highlights of the U11 Yellow team's 1-1 draw with Eye United. Curtis Rawlings scored Sawtry's goal, while man of the match went to Charles Abblitt.
Sawtry U12s won 4-0 against Spalding Athletic with Hayden Bream, Chris Lawrence, Josh Bennis and Lawrence Francis all scoring and Mike Raucci winning man of the match.
Liam Alexander hit the winner as Sawtry U11 Blue Sox defeated Northborough 2-1. Jimi Mallett scored the opener and Jordon Conneely was named man of the match.
St Ives Rangers
RANGERS U9S lost out 3-1 against Graveley despite birthday boy Jordan Skinner's goal. Samuel Cox won man of the match for some dogged defending.
An own goal and a consolation from Callum Reece were the high points of St Ives U9P's 7-2 home defeat by
A brace from Morgan Ashurst helped Rangers U11 Girls defeat Waterbeach 4-0. Sarah Mosley and Tierney Poole were the other goalscorers with Ashurst named man of the match.
Rangers U9M narrowly lost out 3-2 to Little Paxton. Peter Masters scored twice and Ross Meagher won man of the match.
A well-taken goal from Anna Harper was enough to secure Rangers U14 Girls victory against Fulbourn, while Rangers U11A lost 4-0 at Huntingdon Rowdies despite Ben Croker winning man of the match.
Doulton Kingston's hat-trick earned him man of the match and his side, the U12Bs, an 8-2 win against Papworth. Other goals came from Josh Fitzjohn (2), Jack Baker, Jason Billam and Tom Woodrow.
A thrilling 4-4 draw with Buckden ended Rangers U10R's season on a high note. The game was a see-saw contest that saw Rangers take the lead but quickly pegged back. St Ives then went 2-1 and later 4-2 up but Buckden never gave up and secured the draw.
St Neots Town
CHARLIE Gough's goal earned Saints U9 Blue a 1-1 draw with Arlesey, Sonnie Higgs named man of the match. The U9 White team defeated the same opposition 7-1 with Joe Keech hitting five goals. Man of the match Reece Newland and player of the day Sam Cooke scored the others.
Saints U8 Whites defeated Stevenage Borough 3-0. Carl Gore, Henry Vaudin and Sam Bloy scored the goals while Connor Flint won man of the match for his performance in goal.
St Neots U15 Navy Blues defeated their Sky Blue counterparts 5-2. Keelan Raffill (2), Richard Willard, Callum Jarvis and Luke Ellis scored the goals.
HARRY Hunt scored a brace as Warboys U11 saw off KC Cougars 4-0. Shane Jones and James Bartram were the other goalscorers with Bartram named man of the match.