Round-up: Hall right on the night in Ives win

GIRLS FOOTBALL ST IVES Rangers U13 Girls turned on the style against Bishop s Stortford in a 5-1 win. It was all Hall as Jorgie Hall completed a fine hat-trick, and with goals from Tierney Poore and Georgia Rebane, Ives were in cruise control for much of

GIRLS' FOOTBALL

ST IVES Rangers U13 Girls turned on the style against Bishop's Stortford in a 5-1 win.

It was all Hall as Jorgie Hall completed a fine hat-trick, and with goals from Tierney Poore and Georgia Rebane, Ives were in cruise control for much of the game.

U8

NEEDINGWORTH and Sawtry both put on good displays with Sawtry notching two early goals, but Matty Galpin replied with a double for Needingworth before the break.

It was the same story in the second half as Sawtry hit two more, only for Galpin to net twice more, but Sawtry ruined his party with a goal on the final whistle.

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Ramsey A wallowed in the mud with Fenstanton but still had time to notch five goals, Kyle Rudland (2), Aidan Seabridge (2) and Josh France volleying home.

The B side battled hard against St Ives C and scored through Toby Harding, Thomas Davis and Aidan Godwin.

Aston Whybrow notched a hat-trick in Warboys' 3-2 win over Godmanchester.

U10

BRAMPTON Spartans Blue were quickly into their stride against Priory Parkside when George McCready netted.

Jacob Hughes doubled the lead with a fantastic overhead kick, and Ryan Turner, Jamie Hansard and McCready again saw them to a 5-0 win.

Battling Fenstanton could not prevent a rampaging Warboys winning 6-3.

Warboys struck through Finlay Alston's hat-trick, Callum Robertson (2) and Jordan Johnson. For Fenstanton, Jordan Heaford netted a penalty and Andy Darling struck twice.

Hemingford Blacks won the top of the table tussle with Needingworth after going a goal down.

Sean Fowler bagged the equalizer for Hemingford and second-half goals from Joe Darer, George Connell, Sam Stevenson (2) and Fowler again completed a 6-1 win.

St Neots Sky Blues put up a brave display before falling to Bassingbourn 2-0 in their cup clash. The Dark Blues came back from two down against Buntingford Cougars to force the game into extra-time. Brett Davis hammered in a double but a breakaway goal in extra-time gave Cougars a win.

St Ives M put on a great display to beat Buckden Merlins 5-3. Jacob Martin netted three fine goals and after a penalty save by Ives keeper Jack Shook, Lewis Powell and Aaron Galvin wrapped up the win.

Ramsey A secured a comfortable 5-0 win at Huntingdon Rowdies with goals from Liam Carrigan, Ollie Stevens, Matthew Walker, Jamie Short and an own goal.

The B team were equally impressive in a 5-2 win over Staploe & Duloe, with Jack McGuire's hat-trick the highlight. Sol Goodby and an own goal made sure of the win.

A late strike gave Godmanchester the win over Brampton Red.

Reds nicked a second-half lead when Will Brackley steered the ball home but Callum Alexander equalised ten minutes from time. Josh Bavester completed the comeback win with a goal two minutes before the end.

Alconbury took the lead against Hemingford Reds through Jose Cordero, but Hemingford equalised for a 1-1 draw.

St Ives R beat Somersham Gold 4-2 thanks to goals from Lewis Jones, Alex Waldron and Robert Carlos (2).

U11

ST IVES Rangers eventually wore down a resolute Spartak defence to win 4-0.

Tommy McCarthy opened the scoring, and Murray Reid, Adam Roberts and Ruben Trillo added second half goals.

Ramsey beat Somersham 4-0 with Jason Quilter bagging two, and Arthur Dunn and Glenn Ferrier grabbing one each.

Godmanchester turned round a 1-0 deficit at the break to win 6-1 against St Ives B.

Jared McNamara bagged a second-half hat-trick, while Alfie Toseland, Jake Bennett and Reece Johnstone hit the others.

St Neots lit up the park at Melbourne Dynamo, winning 4-0 thanks to Thomas Payne, Callum Moore, Joshua Unwin and an unfortunate own goal.

Four goals for Alfie Bass highlighted Priory's excellent play against Alconbury. Rylee Scott hit a double and with Jack Hellewell, Adam Dawson and Ollie Curliss-Ackrill also finding the net, Priory won the day 9-0.

U12

BUCKDEN matched higher league opponents Bluntisham for long periods of their County Cup clash before going down 4-3.

Scott Irwin's double saw the home side on level terms but with 15 minutes to go the visitors notched two quick goals, before Luke Fennell's penalty set Bluntisham nerves jangling.

Warboys could only field 10 men but they put in a great team performance to overcome Withersfield 2-1 in the Knockout Cup with Sam Groome scoring in each half.

Ramsey got back to winning ways with a 4-0 win over Priory B with a great team effort. Rowan Abraham, Christopher Dawe, Jordan Hunwin and Daniel Wing were all on target for the Rams.

Priory A got little change from a strong Teversham side and eventually fell to a 4-0 defeat.

A second-half blitz gave St Ives A a 6-0 cup win against Bluntisham. Sam Ferrante opened the flood gates with a low drive, and Peter Masters (2), Ammar El-Gabban, Jack Meaker and Cameron Haxell saw the game safe.

Godmanchester retained their unbeaten record in a thriller with Newmarket. James Horrey and Greg Goodwin set Goddy on their way, but Newmarket struck back twice tie the scores at half-time, before going ahead 4-2 in the second half. Ashley Hehir's double made Newmarket think twice before Horrey's long range free kick won the game 5-4.

U13

ST IVES Rangers B narrowly failed to make the semi-finals of the Hunts U13 cup after going down 1-0 at Sawtry Blue Sox.

Somersham ran into an in-form St Neots, who won 13-1 in the Hunts County Cup quarter-final.

Matthew Gilbert (4) and Ryan Vale (3) shared more than half the goals, with the others coming from Lewis Davis (2), Callum Stockwell, Samuel Pritchard, Ben Hickling and an own goal.

Godmanchester B trailed league leaders Lakenheath 4-0 at the break, but a sound second-half performance limited the damage in a 6-0 defeat.

Priory D returned from Comberton with a fine 5-3 win after Alessandro Capasso bagged a hat-trick and Shawn Maube and Connor Brealey hit singles.

Godmanchester progressed to the next stage of the cup at the expense of Brampton with two goals in the final two minutes.

Jack James break the deadlock in the first half before Brampton equalised, but with the game looking destined to go to extra time, Haydon Noble netted a rebound and Elkanah Sibanda fired home a long range shot to secure the win.

U14

WARBOYS hit back from two down to beat Brampton Spartans 3-2 thanks to goals from James Alexander (2) and Bradley Whybrow.

Jake Temple opened the scoring in the first minute of the game for Ramsey against Cambourne Eagles and Liam Parish made it 2-0 before the break. The second half was a different affair as the Eagles swooped to share the points in a 2-2 draw.

U15

GODMANCHESTER B handed Priory B their first defeat of the season with a 4-3 win.

Goddy's star man was Lewis Collins, who hit all four goals, but keeper Stuart Wren also produced an outstanding performance between the posts.

Priory struck the woodwork twice and goals from Harry Joyce, Jamie Din and Alex Bonafont gave them a chance of something from the game.

Two late strikes by Balsham confined Ramsey to a 6-4 defeat after goals by Dan Aubin, Matt Bye, Elliot Cafferkey and Sam Vallance looked likely to secure a draw.

A slow start cost Rowdies as they conceded three times in the first 15 minutes in their 3-0 defeat to Littleport Town.

U16

RAMSEY took a share of the goals and points with Chatteris Town in a 2-2 draw as Tom Jex and Connor Withers found the net for the Rams.

U17

SOMERSHAM netted a record 17 goals without reply in a one-sided match against Shelford & Stapleford.

Dominic Richardson bagged five and Jake Asby and Sam Sterna both scored hat-tricks. Alex Burr (2), David Flemming (2), Alex White and Tyler Manly extended the misery for Shelford and Stapleford.

Alconbury lost out at the semi-final stage of the League Cup to Soham. Tom Hunt netted an equaliser for Alconbury early in the second half but Soham took the tie 3-1.

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