Priory side secure runners-up spot

PRIORY Parkside s under-nines took on teams from across the county in the Cambridge CFU Youth tournament held at the weekend. The team performed well all day and finished the event as runners-up, losing only one match from the six they played. Managers an

PRIORY Parkside's under-nines took on teams from across the county in the Cambridge CFU Youth tournament held at the weekend.

The team performed well all day and finished the event as runners-up, losing only one match from the six they played.

Managers and coaches Mark Fletcher, Gary Smith and Danny Walker were delighted with the team, who scored a total of 14 goals during the day, and welcome new players Sam Baldwyn and Henry Hoare.

Meanwhile Sawtry under-10s Bluesox were victorious at the Cambridge Fans United tournament, despite playing with the minimum five players and without their regular goalkeeper.


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Sawtry defeated Priory Parkside and Chesterton on their way to the final in which they comprehensively defeated a side from Ely by six goal to nil to clinch the victory.

Every player got on the scoresheet with Ben Gibbens (six goals) leading the way and Christopher Smith with four also doing well. Liam Bohonis, Michael Adams and Mitchell Taylor all grabbed a goal each to complete the scoring on a very successful day for Sawtry.

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St Neots Town under-eights enjoyed two victories against Brampton Spartans last week in matches played in an excellent spirit.

The Saints Blues team triumphed 7-0 with doubles coming from Reece Sibley, Isaac Clarke and Sam Bloy with Owen Bevan contributing a goal as well.

The team dedicated their victory to captain Robert Willard who could not be at the game.

The Saints Whites team played in the same spirit and ran out 3-0 winners. Goals from Samuel Piesse, Kieran Humphrey and an own goal gave Whites the victory.

A team of young people from Paines Mill Foyer in St Neots have won a seven-a-side football tournament held at Dogsthorpe against teams from across East Anglia.

Mill conceded only one goal as they topped their group before defeating a team from Peterborough on penalties in the final to lift the trophy.

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