Photographer misses Fenstanton goals but there are plenty around in the cups
IT was a cup weekend for many of the district’s teams with The Hunts Post’s photographer Helen Drake at Fenstanton for their Cambs FA William Cockell Memorial quarter-final against Soham United.
Unfortunately, it was Soham’s day as the home side went down 4-0, though there was better news for Great Paxton and Barry Clarke, whose two goals helped beat Fulbourn Institute Reserves 2-1 in the same competition.
In the Percy Oldham quarters, Bluntisham Rangers won 4-0 at Longstanton with Alex Woodhouse scoring twice from the substitutes’ bench to add to David White and Martin Cooper’s strikes.
In the second round of the John Abblet Cup Eaton Socon A went through with a 4-3 win at Wimblimgton Reserves, while Houghton & Wyton went to Little Paxton for a Hunts derby in the Reg Haigh & Arthur Peck Cup with John Morris scoring twice and Dan Davidson, Lloyd Howard and Marc Puckering getting the others in their 5-3 win.
Eaton Socon came out on top in their Cambs League Premier Cup game with Brampton.
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Simon Wareing gave visitors Brampton a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute but a goal from Scott Kingsbury and two from Josh Sadler gave the home side their victory.
Brampton Manager Adam Burnley said: “Eaton Socon deserved the win, they out fought our side which, with a couple of exceptions, was lacklustre.”
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Brampton Reserves had a better time in the Hunts Junior Cup when they beat Huntingdon United RGE 3-2 with Jordan Miles scoring two and Oliver Vale also on target. Huntingdon’s goals came from Anthony Gentile and Chris Jones.
Also in the Hunts Junior Cup there were second round wins for Earith United, Eaton Socon Reserves, Godmanchester Rovers Reserves and Somersham Town. Warboys Town went out after losing 5-3 at home to Hampton Sports.