Patrick to the fore

PATRICK Forshaw was at the double to earn man of the match as Godmanchester U8s earned a 6-1 win against Warboys. James Osbourne, Daniel Worrall, Connor Rice and Toby Graham were the other players on target. Alconbury MATTHEW Harvey scored a double hat-

PATRICK Forshaw was at the double to earn man of the match as Godmanchester U8s earned a 6-1 win against Warboys.

James Osbourne, Daniel Worrall, Connor Rice and Toby Graham were the other players on target.


MATTHEW Harvey scored a double hat-trick and won man of the match as Alconbury U6 won their first game. Harry Owen scored the other goal, and Kyle Kirscherner saved a penalty, as the team won 7-3 at Ramsey.

A tight contest saw Alconbury U14 win 2-1 against Royston. Aaron Morgan and Alex Arnold found the target for the home side. Bobby Turner and Paul Mcfarlane were jointly named men of the match.

Bluntisham Rangers

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A NINE-goal thriller saw Rangers U8B come out 6-3 winners against Somersham. Man of the match Calumn Taylor scored four times while Bluntisham's other goals came from Toby Davies and Rory Austin.

A boggy pitch didn't help Blunty U10A as they went down 6-1 to a well-organised Ramsey side. James Hodson scored the consolation with Robbie Holland MOTM.

Meanwhile, the U10B side were enjoying a 5-2 win against Buckden Eagles. Jamie Bluff scored a hat-trick while Ben Hirst made some important saves in goal.

The U11s defeated Warboys 3-2 despite trailing 2-1 at half time. George Davies scored a fine hat-trick to secure victory while Rangers U13B romped to a 7-0 win at Needingworth.

Bluntisham U14s eased to a 3-1 victory at NST Strikers thanks to two goals from man of the match Jack Gibbs and a Tyler Manly effort.

Despite playing their best football of the season, Rangers U15 lost out 2-1 to Milton. Dan Sterna pulled a goal back for Blunty but it was not to be.

Brampton Spartans

A LONG range effort from Christian Le got the ball rolling for Spartans U11 in their match with Girton. Le later added another while goals from Adam Pedlar, Joshua Dawson and Liam Peacock completed a 5-0 victory.

The U8 League squad saw off Priory Park C, with a hat-trick from Harry Wood, Jake Winterburn and man of the match Tom Snare the goalscorers. Meanwhile, the friendly squad lost out 8-1 to Great Paxton.

Although they lost an early goal, Spartans U12 romped to a 9-2 victory against Chesterton Eagles. Jack Snare scored five times, Max Everest netted a brace with Dewi Brettle and MOTM Will Scott also on target.


A TIGHT game saw reward for Kestrels U12 Girls, with a deflected Megan Taylor effort and Catherine Henderson strike earning a win against Kingsthorpe. Goalkeeper Fran George was player of the match as Kestrels clung on for a 2-1 victory.

The U10B Eagles lost out 5-2 to Bluntisham Rangers with Sam Crane and Mark Bond scoring the consolations.

Seven-up U10 Falcons cruised to

victory against St Ives Rangers S. James Atherton scored a hat-trick against his old club with George Haverson, Joe Shore and man of the match Ben Evans also on target in a 7-1 triumph.

The U13 Buzzards won by the odd goal in five against Soham. Harry Buchanan scored twice with Josh Ling grabbing the other and Josh Draper MOTM.

Eaton Socon

A POOR performance saw Eaton U12s lose their long unbeaten record, going down 3-1 to Cambourne. Captain Neil Enos earned man of the match.

Godmanchester Rovers

AN ENTERTAINING game saw Rovers U9 win 2-0 against Little Paxton. Callum Harcourt and Greg Goodwin were the players on target, with Joss Gwynn named man of the match.

In their best performance of the season, Goddy U11B ran out 4-1 winners against Alconbury. Mike O'Connor, Tim Gladding, Jake Burill and Tom Marrion all scored with O'Connor and Harley Green named the standout players on the day.

A solid performance earned Rovers U10A an 8-3 victory at Great Paxton. Man of the match Haydon Noble hit a hat-trick with Josh Stephens and Elkanah Sibanda both netting a brace and Carl Ryan completing the scoring.

A well-disciplined Priory Parkside defeated Rovers U13C 3-1, despite Jonathan Arnold's man of the match performance and Oliver Notley's


Rovers U9B narrowly lost out 3-2 to KC Cougars despite goals from Ashley Hehir and Oliver Langford and Alec Bryden's MOTM performance.

Great Paxton

MORGAN Thomas ended his goal drought in style as Paxton U8 earned an 8-1 win against Brampton in a friendly match. Cameron Stump and Ben Wilson each scored a brace.

Meanwhile, Glynn Dawson scored twice as Great Paxton U15 defeated Panthers 6-1. Jack Crawley, Josh Spavins, Tom Wiseman and an own goal completed the scorers.

Huntingdon Rowdies

CALLUM Brown scored four times as Rowdies U9s came out on the right side of an 11-goal thriller against Ramsey. George Smith and Connor Lewis each scored while Josh Furnell was man of the match as Huntingdon won 6-5.

Rowdies U15A thrashed Ellesmere Eagles 8-2 with Joe Furness hitting a hat-trick to earn man of the match. Neil Macphee, Wayne Childerley, Liam Sancaster, Charlie Bowen and George Clarke were the others on target.

The U13 side put in their best display of the season to beat St Ives Rangers 3-1. Lewis Hammond scored twice with Jake Thornton getting the other and Joey Nicholson man of the match.

Little Paxton

DESPITE battling hard, Little Paxton U9 lost out 2-0 at Godmanchester, but fared better at St Ives Rangers M, coming away 1-0 winners thanks to Callum Horn.

The U13 team defeated Soham 4-3 thanks to Michael Bell and Aiden Stockwell scoring two goals each.

Priory Parkside

LONG range efforts from Joe Brennan and James Thomas helped Priory U10N to a 5-1 win against Brampton. Jake Trainell, Lee Adams and Ryan Bates also netted as Priory eased home. Callum Leach and Trainell were named outstanding players.

Arran Mackay opened the scoring as Priory U14A saw off Girton Colts 2-1. Thomas Moffat scored the other with Ryan Brown selected as MOTM.

The U13A team earned a 3-1 win at Godmanchester. Felix Woolf scored twice and Sam Bristow netted the other.

Gareth Ekins scored twice as Priory U13C cruised to a 3-0 win against Brampton. Josh Crofts scored the other and was named one of the team's standout players, along with Shaun Flack. Meanwhile, Zack Moore, Charlie Simpson and Jake Leonce all scored as Priory U12A defeated Histon Hornets 4-2.

Parkside U11A romped to a 14-0 thrashing of Bar Hill. Ryan Barnett scored a hat-trick with Mayson Byatt, Connor Hehir, Tom Meech and James Miller all at the double. Macaulay Clark, Lee Kemp and man of the match Peter Clark completed the scoring.

Priory U12B won 5-0 at Histon Hornets. Jack Pirie, Ross Wood, Alex Bonafont, two, and Cameron Dunlop netted while Noah Cross saved a penalty.

The U8M side lost 3-0 at Alconbury while the U10J team ran out 2-1 winners against Huntingdon Rowdies.


GOAL machine Tom Jex scored seven in Rams U13s' 8-1 win against Fulbourn Institute while Daniel Moulds scored the other.

A Kyle Ferrier hat-trick helped Rams U11s to an 8-1 win against St Neots Saints. Ryan Judd scored twice with Liam Parish, Kyle McPartlin and Dan Short also on target.

Elliot Cafferkey scored the only goal as Ramsey U12A drew one apiece with Sawston while the U9B side lost 5-4 to Huntingdon Rowdies. Marco Fiore and Jordan Mays each scored with Dan Wing bagging a brace of his own.

The U8A side scored four times but still lost 7-4 to St Ives Rangers R. Jake Parish scored a brace, with Lewis Harold and Glenn Ferrier also finding the target.

Jordan Johnson scored twice as Ramsey U7A triumphed 5-3 against Sawtry. Jamie Short also scored a double with Matthew Walker the other goalscorer.

Jacob Darlington and Austin Draycott helped Ramsey U7B to a 2-0 win against Somersham Orange while the U10A side beat Bluntisham A 6-1. Alfie West hit a hat-trick with Jordan Cafferkey, David Lane and Charlie Steadman also finding the back of the net.

John Day netted a hat-trick as Rams U10B won 4-0 against Godmanchester, Charlie Corrigan bagging the other.

Rams U6s played their first ever game, the B team losing 7-3 to Alconbury while the A team drew 0-0 with the same opponents. Tony Wagstaff hit a hat-trick for the Bs.


GOALS from Jonny Hipwell and Lawrence Francis were enough to earn Sawtry U12s a 2-1 win at Wisbech St Mary. Alex Weston, Josh Bennis and Tyla Lister were the standout players.

Blue Sox U10 drew 2-2 at Eaton Socon thanks to Liam Bohonis and Michael Adams scoring.


SUPERB goalkeeping from Sam Jackson earned him the man of the match award but couldn't stop Ramsey U7 coming away with a 2-0 victory.

St Ives Rangers

AFTER bossing the match from kick-off, it was no surprise that Rangers U8S won 4-0 at Little Paxton. Callum McDuffus, Adam Roberts and a brace from Billy Hopkin earned the win.

St Ives Rangers U10R came away from KC Cougars with a 3-2 victory. Saints went 1-0, then 2-1 down in a topsy-turvy game but two second-half goals earned them the win.

James Marshall and Will Rolt scored hat-tricks as Rangers U8R cruised to a 7-4 victory against Ramsey A. Josh Smith was the other player on target.

The Little Paxton goalkeeper was in fine form as Rangers U9M slumped to a 1-0 defeat.

The U12B side have now scored more than 100 goals in all competitions after defeating Little Paxton 7-0 at the weekend. Doulton Kingston scored twice with other goals coming from Josh Fitzjohn, MOTM Tom Woodrow, Jason Billam, Adam Guitart and an own goal.

St Neots Town

IT WAS sweet revenge for Saints U18s as they won 3-0 at Newmarket Town, who had knocked them out of the Youth Cup before Christmas.

Gibson Kupfuma, Tom Coles and Callum Beattie were the men on target while goalkeeper Matt Saunders saved a penalty.

Town U18s also progressed in the U18 County Cup - winning 2-1 at Yaxley United thanks to Nathan Field and a long-range effort from Coles.

Saints U7 played twice against Stotfold, goals from Sam Cartwright, Joe Gore and Callum Taylor.

Jamie Barker's strike was the only consolation as Saints U11 lost 8-1 to Ramsey.

The U8 Blues drew 0-0 against Royston while their U8 White counterparts lost out 4-0 to the same opposition.

Matthew Gilbert and Lewis Davis scored as Saints U10 Blues saw off Potton 2-0. The U10 Whites defeated the same opponents, this time 5-2. Matthew Allen scored a hat-trick with Samuel Pritchard and Frankie Higgs the other scorers.


A FINE team performance wasn't enough to stop Warboys U11 slumping to a 3-2 defeat against Bluntisham. Charlie Naylor and James Bartram netted. Daniel Mowbray set the U10s on their way to a 4-1 win against Alconbury. Callum Townsend, Farris Alston and another from Mowbray completed the scoring.