Smith the hat-trick hero

OLIVER Smith was the hat-trick hero for St Ives U7F as they defeated spirited Alconbury 7-3. The visitors three times managed to level but two goals from Thomas James and once each for Ben Welling and James Elvin sealed the win for St Ives. Alconbury A L

OLIVER Smith was the hat-trick hero for St Ives U7F as they defeated spirited Alconbury 7-3.

The visitors three times managed to level but two goals from Thomas James and once each for Ben Welling and James Elvin sealed the win for St Ives.


A LONE strike by Callum Baker was the only consolation for the U15s as they went down 5-1 to Fulbourn, while two each for Tom Brooks and Daniel Seaman didn't stop the U8s going down 4-3 to Brampton.

A George Martin brace gave the U9s an early 2-0 lead against a well-drilled St Ives Rangers side who managed a consolation but Alconbury held on.


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WHITES U9s went down 7-3 to Brampton despite goals from Josh Cunningham, Toby Davies and a fine individual strike from Calum Taylor.

The U9 Reds fought out a terrific 4-4 draw with Brampton. Jack Deadman helped himself to a hat-trick and the other strike came from Daniel Mather.

The U14Bs hammered six past hosts Fordham Hammers, who could only manage three in reply. There was a fine Liam Smith hat-trick and also on the score sheet were Judiel Malubay, Micheal Trewick and Luke Beardsley.

Rangers U16B fought out a 1-1 draw against Bar Hill after Janagan Sivakumar had given them the lead.


A TOM Snare hat-trick helped Spartans U9 Blues run out 7-3 winners against Bluntisham.

After the visitors took a deserved lead Spartans equalised through Jake Winterburn. Ross Sales and Snare netted before Blunty pulled a goal back but Archie Smith netted for Brampton. Sales added his second and Snare completed his hat-trick to record a fine win.

The U9 Reds managed a 4-4 draw in an entertaining game against Bluntisham with goals from Toby Herbert, Jack Veazey, Yegor and George Kelly.

The U8s eventually overcame Alconbury 4-3 in a very entertaining match. Trailing 3-1, Spartans hit back to net a winner late on through William Brackley.

Earlier, Nathan Wadey had given the Spartans the lead and Josh Matcham and Toby Le pulled the game back to set up the thrilling finish.


THE U13 Girls went on the goals trail when they entertained Hitchin Town Belles and recorded a 6-0 win. Megan Taylor fired in the first and within 30 seconds Billie Barbury had netted number two.

Sarah Palmer netted number three and Barbury her fourth after the home side had rocked the posts on no less than three occasions. The second half saw Palmer grab her second before Caitlin Marks made it six.


EAGLES U14s entertained Chatteris with Theo Diejomaoh putting the hosts in front but the visitors equalised before the break. In an end to end second half it was the visitors that got the all-important break to grab a 2-1 win.

Eaton Socon

SOCON U12s put up a brave fight against Papworth Blasters but despite a Ryhs Harvey strike, went down 2-1


THE U8s visited St Ives and won 6-4 in an entertaining fixture.

After a glut of goals for the visitors with four goals going to William Greatrex and a strike apiece for George Connell and Joe Darer - Ives hit back but were thwarted by the determined Hemingford side.

Huntingdon Rowdies

ROWDIES U13 entertained the top of the league Ellesmere Eagles and recorded an emphatic 5-2 win to keep their own prospects of promotion alive.

A great hat-trick from Harvey Phillips was complimented with a fine goal from Jack Hedges and a penalty converted by Jake Irwin.

After a great team effort the U14s were unlucky to lose 3-2 in the top of the table clash with Haverhill Rovers. Lewis Hammond and Jordan Gillbanks were on target for Rowdies.

Priory Parkside

A GOAL behind against Great Paxton after just three minutes woke up the U11Js and they came back to secure a 2-2 result. Priory had Alessandro Capasso to thank for his double which was equalled by Paxton's Ian Donald.

A visit to Ramsey by the U11As proved worthwhile as they ran out 5-0 winners. Jake Trainell notched a double and Dom Smith and Ben Gibbens netted from open play.

It was left to Callum Leach to expertly dispatch number five from the penalty spot to earn a well deserved win.

The title was at stake when the U14As entertained Soham - and it was Priory that took the honours with a magnificent 3-1 win.

Felix Woolf was on the prowl to score Priory's first but Soham hit back with an equaliser. Josh Benson edged Priory in front with less than six minutes left and the title was secured when Joe Dawborn headed home with two minutes left.

Table-topping Haverhill proved to strong for Priory U13B as they swept aside the home side in some atrocious weather conditions. Two down at the break, Priory were blown away with three more goals to leave the visitors comfortable 5-0 victors.


RYAN Crant notched a consolation for the U13B as they went down to Burwell Tigers 9-1 and the U14s were narrowly defeated 3-2 by Histon, with Jake Peattie bagging both goals.

Charlie Jenkins got all three for Rams U7s but St Ives Rangers banged in nine to inflict a heavy defeat.


A FINE team effort resulted in an 8-2 win for the U9 Blue Sox against Bluntisham. Ace marksman Nathan Baker added three more to his season's tally and there was a goal apiece for Liam Phillips, Oliver Crisp, Ciaran O'Neill and a wonderful chip from Bradley Bird.

St Ives

THEY only had 11 players available for this fixture but Rangers U11B managed to see off Bluntisham with an emphatic 9-1 win.

Things started badly for Ives as Blunty missed a penalty and then took the lead but that was the wake up call that the visitors needed.

Lloyd Schwier opened the flood gates and Bradley Smith added a second. Before the break Smith added three more to bring his tally to four and Schwier scored his second to leave it 6-1 to Ives. Schwier notched his hat-trick in the second half and further goals came from Josh Davies and Daniel Davis.

Rangers U9s visited Alconbury but lost out 2-1 with Adam Roberts netting the consolation goal.

The U13Bs just couldn't stop scoring against a hapless Hemingford team. The final result was 19-1 and kept up the challenge for the title. Goals came from Jack Barber with six, Doulton Kingston with four, Ryan Amato, Calum Ross and Tom Woodrow with a brace each and singles for Jeff Black, Jason Billam and Kieran Enticknap.


BLACKS U7s nicked a tight contest with Little Paxton 2-1. Goalkeeper Owen Harrison pulled off a string of fine saves to preserve the lead given to them by Ryan Burry and an unfortunate own goal.


AFTER a goalless first period Warboys U10s found the net four times to run out comfortable winners against Ramsey.

The goals came from Sam Groom, Ben Harding, Travis Nightingill and Nathan Dawson but they had goalkeeper James Douthwaite to thank for a great goal-keeping display.

The U7s and Somersham Gold had an exciting match with Warboys coming out on top 4-3. The star player of the game was Dillan Scott, who scored a hat-trick with his third and the winning goal coming in the very last minute. Harry England notched the other Warboys goal.