Neots U12 outmuscle Powerleague to claim final glory
The best of the weekend’s action from the Huntingdonshire junior football scene
RESILIENT Neots U12s recovered from a goal down to beat Powerleague Colts 2-1 and claim county cup final glory at Yaxley on Sunday.
Having gone a goal down in the first half, second half strikes from Sam Piesse and Riley Scott won it for Neots.
Neots U14s were beaten 2-1 at Sawbridgeworth in the final game of their season.
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Matthew Gilbert put the visitors in front in the first half, but two goals in the second period won it for the home side.
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RAMS U9A saw off the challenge of Fenstanton.
Josh France broke the deadlock with a stunning free-kick and followed it up seconds later with a glancing header.
Kyle Rudland sealed the game with a clinical finish.
Ryan Pratt netted in consolation for Ramsey U10A who went down 4-1 at Buckden Junior Whites.
James Gould and a Louis Spicer treble stopped the Rams.
A HARRY O`Connell double and some fine goalkeeping from debutant keeper Charlie Cannon made sure Rowdies U8s came out comfortable winners against Ramsey.
Rowdies U11 had no answer to some well organised and fluid football from Newmarket A as they were defeated 6-0 at home.
At U7 level, Thomas Garcia had his shooting boots on, hitting eight in Rowdies U7s’ match against Little Paxton.
Tommy Dear and Henry Smith both bagged a brace as the Rowdies notched double figures.
DOUBLES from Finlay Alston and Luke Gilbert along with one from Ben Garbett edged the U11s to a 5-3 success over Ramsey Colts.
Robbie Arthur and Liam Carrigan (2) netted for Ramsey.
A STORMING comeback resulted in a stunning 5-4 victory for the U10 Blues at Bluntisham Blasters Red.
The Blues came from 4-1 down with Matthew Harvey (2), Jacob Pack (2) and Harry March grabbing the goals.
Elsewhere, Jamie Stone (2), Chris Lawrence and Chris Alban made up Alconbury U16s tally in their 4-0 defeat of Hundon Hawks.
A STEADY stream of goals gave Goddy U12 a comfortable 6-0 win against strugglers Priory Parkside.
Jack Donnellan scored a hat-trick while Owen Bevan, Connor Rice and Jared McNamara also struck.
Goddy U14B were unlucky not to take anything from their final game of the season, going down narrowly 2-1 at Girton Colts. Matthew Pates scored the Goddy goal.
THE spoils were shared between the U10 Spartans and their Priory A counterparts after a 2-2 draw.
All the goals were scored in the first half, with Brampton letting slip a 2-0 lead given to them by Marcus Read.
Martin Uy‘s double and another from Will Dines-Allen fired Brampton U12s to a 3-0 win at Milton Colts - and up two places in their league table having propped it up all season.
FIVE-STAR Priory U10H went nap against Somersham Gold, cantering to a 5-1 success.
Alex Kontos, Alex Harris (2) and Isaac Dunn (2) were on the scoresheet.
A FOUR-GOAL salvo from Jack Squire inspired Kestrels U7s to a deserved 6-2 win over Somersham.
Finley Hagan and MacKenzie May also netted, while Toby Partridge and Rhys Ansell-Jones bagged the hosts’ goals.
ST IVES RANGERS
A TERRIFIC 40-yard strike from Callum Jones earned the U12 team a point from a 1-1 draw at Little Paxton.
TOP scorer Tom Young found the net again for Hemingford U16 but could not prevent them from a 3-1 home reverse against Balsham.