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Team of the week – Somersham Town U7s Team: Somersham Town U7 League: Hunts Mini Soccer League Managers: Harvey Jackson and Simon Brett Home Ground: West End, Somersham History: Somersham Town Youth FC was formed in September 2005. Initially there
Team of the week - Somersham Town U7s
Team: Somersham Town U7
League: Hunts Mini Soccer League
Managers: Harvey Jackson and Simon Brett
Home Ground: West End, Somersham
History: Somersham Town Youth FC was formed in September 2005. Initially there were a group of 13 five-year-old boys who became two teams, Somersham Blue and Somersham Orange, named after the colours they played in. During the subsequent twelve months they played a series of friendles and were involved in several summer tournaments.The experience they gained during this time has proved invaluable with both teams having an excellent start to their first season in mini soccer. An U8 team has also been formed and they too are enjoying their first season.The Orange team are a very close knit unit with a great team spirit and really enjoy their football - win or lose they always have fun. For more information visit the club's website at www.
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Squad: Charlie Day, Jordan Meads, Jack Brett, Tristan Wilson, Sam Jackson, Matthew Ordish and Freddie Clark
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A HAT-trick from Oliver Notely helped Godmanchester Rovers U13C to beat Buckden Juniors 4-0.
A great team performance was capped off when man of the match Fraser Grant set up Harry Darer for the other goal.
A FINE second half comeback saw Alconbury U14 come from behind to defeat
Royston 5-3. The home side trailed 2-1 at the break but goals from Alex Arnold (2), Tom Hunt, Liam Smith and Alex Frost turned the game. David Titley picked up the man of the match award.
TOP goalscorer Callum Arnold was at it again as his man of the match display helped Blunty U8s to a 4-3 win against St Ives. Arnold hit a hat-trick while goalkeeper Jay Coulson scored the other with a fine free kick.
HAT-TRICKS from Adam Pedlar and Christian Le helped Spartans U11 to a 12-0 demolition of KC Cougars. James Downing chipped in with two while Tom Rayner, Thomas Biddle, Joshua Dawson and Noah Foster's first goal of the season completed the scoring.
KESTRELS U12 Girls were level at 0-0 with Cambourne at half time but came out 4-0 winners after a good second half performance. Ellie Wright, Megan Taylor, Martha Nicholls and Georgie Goodwin all got on the scoresheet with
Nicholls also named player of the match.
GOALS from Ollie Broome and Luke Stanford helped Socon U11s to a 2-1 win against Brampton in a friendly. Bradley Kircher played well in goal to secure the win.
Meanwhile Eaton Socon U14s maintained their unbeaten record in a 0-0 stalemate with Hundon while the U12 side routed Cambourne 5-1. Top scorer
Jack Thompson hit a hat-trick with Jonathan Wood and Hope Harrison the other scorers.
A FRIENDLY encounter between Goddy U11A and U11B ended in a 5-0 victory for the A side. Liam Smart, John Gresham, Aaron Woods and two from Ellis Sullivan did the damage while Tom Marrion earned man of the match for the B team and Jason Haslop picked up the Kimberley Cup. Jordan Greenhow was man of the match for the A side.
Goddy U10 lost out 4-2 in a close game with Whittlesey Juniors despite two goals from Elkana Sibanda and Thomas Brown's man of the match performance.
The U9B side lost out 5-0 in a friendly fixture at Little Paxton despite a good performance from man of the match Cameron Corden who never stopped battling.
A DOUBLE strike from Cameron Stamp couldn't prevent Paxton U8s going down to a 4-2 defeat against Warboys.
SOME excellent defending from Jack Button helped Paxton U8s come out 2-1 winners against Brampton Spartans and earned him the man of the match award.
AN improved display didn't stop Needy U11A going down to a 6-2 defeat against Huntingdon Rowdies. Jake Welling converted a penalty on his return from injury while a Liam Peacock strike got the home side their other goal.
Caleb Sirot-Smith picked up the man of the match award while Haloon Mustafa did well as emergency goalkeeper.
PARKSIDE U8M deserved a draw but came away defeated 4-2 from their game with Huntingdon Rowdies. Alfie Bass scored a penalty and won the man of the match award while Jack Morrison also netted from the spot.
The U11B side led 5-0 at half time against Bottisham and ended up 8-1 winners to continue their unbeaten run. Man of the match Braden Smith and Josh Kane hit doubles while other goals came from Lewis Grant, Harry Cole, George Watson and an own goal.
Five-star Josh Benson helped Priory U13A to a 7-3 win against Soham United with Sam Bristo and Sam Elias picking up the other goals.
Last season's League Cup winners Priory U14A progressed to the next round of this year's competition with a 3-0 win at Newmarket. Liam Hemming, man of the match Aiden McLean and Arran Mackay all scored to secure the victory in a fine performance.
Priory U10N slipped to a 4-2 defeat against St Ives Rangers S despite goals
from Lee Adams and man of the match James Thomas
A Josh Unwin hat-trick helped Priory U8A to a good victory against St Ives.
Cameron Harris, Lewis Ager, Matthew Law and an own goal made it five wins in five for Parkside.
The U8B team fell behind to Bluntisham but ran out 5-1 winners thanks to a Henry Dalrymple hat-tricks plus goals from Lee Chapman and Oliver Fitt.
A double strike from Cameron Dunlop helped earn Parkside U12B a 4-0 win against Histon Hornets. Declan McGuire and Jacob Tose were the other goalscorers in a good team performance.
A CRACKING game between Rams U8A and Sawtry Blue Sox ended in a 4-4 draw.
Jake Parish hit a double while Jack Critchley and Blaize Walker-Gleeson also netted.
Goals from Jordan Dover, Alfie West and Peter Waters helped the U10A side to a 3-0 victory against Huntingdon Rowdies A while the U10B side narrowly beat Fenstanton thanks to a goal from birthday boy Andrew McDade. Goalkeeper Nick Presland won the man of the match award.
A Kyle McPartlin hat-trick helped Rams U11 to a 5-2 win against St Neots Saints. Sam Harvey and Luke Jenkins were the other goalscorers.
Rams U12A played some good football but slipped to a 4-1 defeat against Godmanchester A in the Cambs League Cup. Reuben Taylor netted the goal for Ramsey.
A Jordan Dawbney goal couldn't prevent Rams U12B going down 4-1 to Papworth Blasters while the U13 side routed Fulbourne Institute 6-1. Two goals from Daniel Moulds and one apiece for Adam Ray, Adam Wright, Thomas McGee and Myles Hyndeman made the difference and Louis Shepherd won man of the match. A Chris Whitfield strike couldn't prevent Rams U15 going down 3-1 to Over Sports.
A TENTH goal of the season for James Goff, who netted twice, helped Blue Sox
U8s to a 4-4 draw with Ramsey. Man of the match Olly Crisp also hit a double.
St Ives Rangers
A TOUGH battle gave Rangers U11 Girls a 2-2 draw against Comberton Crusaders. Georgia Rebane scored twice while Abi Parmenter won the player of the match award for her performance in goal and Jade Wesley made a great tackle in the closing stages.
Fordham Hammers took their chances to see off Rangers B 3-2 in the U14C league. Michael Keeley and John Verrall scored the goals for St Ives and Stuart Mitcham earned man of the match but it was not to be. The U11A side were unlucky to go down 3-0 at home to Bluntisham, especially with fine displays from Ben Jordan and Callum Walker while the U10G triumphed 6-0 against Priory A with Scott Wilkinson among the scorers.
The U8R team triumphed 8-1 against Priory Parkside C thanks to five goals from William Rolt, two from Tommy McCarthy and Josh Smith's lone strike. Goals from Tom Cornwell, James Morgan and Charlie Snell helped Rangers U12A to a 3-0 win against Ellesmere Eagles.
Despite missing three penalties, Rangers U12B earned a 7-1 victory against Little Paxton. Man of the match Doulton Kingston hit a hat-trick while Tom Stevenson, Tom Woodrow, Josh Fitzjohn and Jack Baker hit the others. Rangers U10R lost out 4-2 to Warboys despite benefitting from an own goal.
St Neots Town
A MAN of the match display from Jordan Elt couldn't stop Town U9s Blues sliding to a 2-0 defeat against Ashwell while their White counterparts won 3-1 against the same opponents thanks to Tom Banks (2) and man of the match Joe Keech.
Town U18s suffered their second consecutive defeat, going down 2-0 to Stotfold U18. Ed Huckle and captain Tom Coles emerged with the most credit from the fixture.
The U10s took on Melbourn with two sides, both emerging victorious. Dominic Smith hit a double to earn a 2-1 victory for the Blue side, for whom Alex Francis was man of the match. The Whites had a 4-0 triumph, keeping up their 100 per cent record, with man of the match Samuel Pritchard and Ross Pirie bagging two goals each.
GOALS from man of the match Charlie Naylor, Levi Massie and Harry Hunt couldn't stop Warboys U11s going down to a 7-3 defeat against Girton.