Rangers get dozen against Downham

THE goals came from all directions as St Ives Rangers U13B moved into second in the league with a comprehensive 12-0 win against Little Downham Eagles. Scorers were Doulton Kingston (4), Jeff Black (3), Tom Woodrow (2), Jack Baker, Josh Fitzjohn and a fir

THE goals came from all directions as St Ives Rangers U13B moved into second in the league with a comprehensive 12-0 win against Little Downham Eagles. Scorers were Doulton Kingston (4), Jeff Black (3), Tom Woodrow (2), Jack Baker, Josh Fitzjohn and a first-ever goal from Jamie Lee Lines. MOTM was Jack Baker.

Alconbury

THE U7 Red drew 5-5 with Ramsey. Thomas Sheldon scored three, and Kieran Kirschner grabbed a brace.

Four goals by the U15s was enough to see off Comberton 4-3. Goals from Tom Hunt, Callum Baker, Alex Arnold and Sam Boalch. MOTM was Dan Davies.


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Bluntisham

GOOD performances by Jake Wallace and MOTM Max Davies failed to prevent the U8As losing 6-0 to Sawtry.

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The U8B side went down 8-0 to KC Cougars despite the efforts of Aaron Horrocks, Max Chipchase and debutant Conal MacGinness.

The U11Bs had more luck at Buckden winning 8-0. Four goals from Lewis Bowcutt and two from Jamie Bluff were added to by Lewis Cobalt and MOTM Danny Isaacson.

Six of the best for the U16As as they defeated Histon Hornets who failed to score. Goals came from Tom Skidmore (2), Tom Norton (2), and one each from Josh Parker and Tom Power.

Another five star performance from U14Bs as they beat Sawston 5-2 - goal scorers were Will Acton, Liam Smith and Chris Hewitt.

A Samuel Johnson hat-trick and one from Ollie Taylor saw the Blasters U7 beat Sawtry 4-2

The U9s beat Somersham Blacks also won 4-2. Two from Toby Davies and one apiece for Calum Taylor and Joshua Cunningham. MOTM Charlie Edwards-Ainge.

The U10 Red lost 4-0 to Little Paxton. MOTM was Fred Jones

At Brampton, the U10 White went goal mad winning 12-0. MOTM Rowan Wilson contributed four of the goals, with Ben Johnson matching his goal tally and Dean Worrall providing a hat-trick. Connor Beaumont completed the scoring.

Visiting Ellesmere, the U13 proved the better team recording a fine 6-2 win. There were goals from Luke Sterna, four from Matthew Worrall and another from Michael Rowden.

Brampton

CONNOR Campbell's fine goalkeeping and two goals from Jacob Burrill ensured Spartans U12Bs a 2-2 draw against Fulbourn.

Spartans U8s went down 8-2 against Ramsey As. William Brackley grabbed both goals and MOTM was Nathan Wadey.

A hat-trick for Pete Clark and one from Adam Pedlar gave the U12A a good win over Priory A.

Buckden

THE U8s played better than a 4-1 defeat suggests. The goal came from MOTM George Murkett.

Kestrels U13 girls faced Hitchin Town Belles U13s. They totally dominated the game running out 3-0 winners with Megan Taylor grabbing a hat-trick. POTM was Billie Barbury.

Osprey U10s beat Cambourne Rovers 7-4.

Goals coming from a Andrew Hamilton hat-trick, Scott Irwin added two, and there was one each for Connor Ray and Charlie Hanson MOTM was Jack Gibson.

The Buzzards smashed in 10 at Newmarket. Goals from Joe Smith (4), and one each from MOTM Ben Salmon, James Freeman, Ryan Collins, Joe Pengelly, and Matt Carpenter as well as an own goal.

Cambourne

ROVERS U12 lost 4-0 at Balsham despite some good work from MOTM Harley Godfrey.

A better result by Eagles U14 who beat Priory Parkside 3-2. MOTM was Christopher Dancy and the goals came from Alex Smith, Theodore Diejomaoh and Sam Gardner.

Eagles U13s visited Papworth Blasters. Five goals from Chris Racher, three from Courtney House, and one from Hope Harrison and a Joel Doidge penalty provided a final score of 10-1. MOTM was Matthew Hunter.

Eaton Socon

GOALS galore at Eaton as they rapped 10 past Plantation without reply. Scorers were Rhys Harvey (4), Liam Watts (2), Ollie Broome (2), Jon Thomson and Luke Stanford

Godmanchester

A 3-3 draw was a fair result when the U13C played Burwell. Goals came from MOTM Toby Pleasants, George Rawlings and Joseph Cattmull.

The U13A visited Saffron Walden and lost 4-3. Allan Owen (2) and a goal from MOTM Trafford Hudson.

Great Paxton

TWO great headers from MOTM Greg Tack saw Great Paxton U13 beat Chesterton Villa 3-2. The other goal came from Michael Smith.

Little Paxton

THE U10s had a good 4-0 victory over Bluntisham. Jake Smith netted two with Jake Dexter and Liam Peacock scoring the other goals.

Needingworth

BRONCO's U14B beat Chatteris 3-2. Goals from Max Dominy, Craig Allen and MOTM Alex Colah.

Priory Parkside

PRIORY U10 'R' visited Ramsey and came away with a point from a 2-2 draw. Reece Keating and Jordan Saywell got the goals. MOTM was 'keeper Harry Atkins.

Six goals for the U9As as they overcame a spirited Sawtry side 6-0. Hat-trick hero was Josh Unwin, Alex O'Hara got two and Cameron Harris also netted.

Priory U11s A won 1-0 at Chatteris, the goal coming from Ben Gibbins

Ramsey

Rams U17 won 9-4 against Aztec Juniors. Chris Bees and Mike Neil hit hat-tricks, Dave Turnbull got two and Josh Grant also netted.

The U14s won in style 8-1 over Cherry Hinton. Super sub Jake Peattie got a hat-trick, Luke Markland got two and there was one each for Thomas McGee, Oliver Day and Louis Shepherd. MOTM Daniel Moulds.

Scored five but conceded 10 was the U13B story against Coton Cosmos. Steven Lane bagged a brace, Tom George, Ryan Crant and Antonio Fiore all grabbed one apiece.

A last-minute goal from Sawston saw Rams U13A go down 2-3. Elliot Cafferkey and Scott Duncan were on target for the Rams.

Rams U12 won 6-1 against Ely Crusaders. Kyle Ferrier notched a hat-trick, while Ryan Judd, Levi Massie, Liam Parish all contributed a goal.

Rams U7 drew 5-5 with Alconbury Red. Tyler Mason (2), and one apiece for Charlie Jenkins, Callum Pauline and Tony Wagstaff.

A convincing 8-2 win for the Rams U8A against Brampton Spartans. Oli Stevens with a hat-trick, Jamie Short added two, and Liam Carrigan, Robbie Arthur, and Jordan Johnson all got on the scoresheet.

The Rams U9A pulled off a 5-3 win against St Ives Rangers "S" in a friendly. Glenn Ferrier, Matthew Howes and Lewis Harold on target with one each, with Blaize Walker-Gleeson scoring two.

But the U9B went down 3-5 in a friendly with Bluntisham Rangers. Marcel Cherlin (2) and Sam Medhurst scored.

Rams U10A took a share of the points with Priory "R" in the Hunts Mini soccer league. Zak Stevens and Matthew Eyre were both on target.

Rams U10B and St Ives Rangers "M" drew 3-3. Rams' scorers were Jordan Mays (2) and Daniel Wing.

Rowdies

TWO apiece was a fair result when the U13s visited Soham. Scorers were Ryan Priestman and Harvey Barringer and the MOTM was Harvey Phillips.

The U8s won 2-1 against Fenstanton courtesy of a Kasey Douglas penalty and one from Alfie Kitchen.

Rowdies U14s drew 2-2 with Hardwick Harriers with goals from Jake Thornton and Adam Naylor. MOTM was Michael Benning

Somersham

ORANGE U8s smashed their way to a 10-3 win against Cambourne Rovers. Sam Jackson scored an amazing eight goals with support from Jordan Meads and Freddie Clark who added one each. Matthew Ordish was MOTM.

GOLD U9s played out an exciting 2-2 draw with Willingham. Thomas Jakes and Adam Cooper netted the goals

St Ives

A 2-1 defeat was all the U15 B had to show from the visit of Mildenhall. Michael Keeley scored the goal and MOTM was Addison Mallon.

The U8 S team were well beaten by Somersham 5-0. MOM was Luke Smith

Rangers U10 M were held 3-3 by Ramsey Hosts. The goals came from Peter Masters (2) and Sam Oliver, with the latter getting the MOTM.

St Neots

TWO back to back games for the U8s against Stevenage resulted in a 2-1 defeat and a 2-0 victory. Stevan Shaw scored in the 2-1 defeat and goals from Ben Carpenter and Will Smith contributed to the win.

The Town U11 boys suffered defeat at Baldock, losing 8-1. Lewis Davis scored for Town.

Warboys

FOUR goals from Finlay Alston gave Warboys U8s a 4-4 draw against Rangers R.

Scorers were Lewis Jones and Lewis Lyden with a brace each.

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