A round-up of the weekend’s Huntingdonshire colts action.

ST IVES RANGERS

TEN first-half strikes was the reward for some great team football by the Rangers U14 Girls team against Sawston.

Five more goals followed in a comparatively sedate second period as Ives won 15-0.

Georgia Rebane blasted in five, Pheobe Webb bagged four, Tierney Poore cracked in three, with Phillipa Witherspoon, Jorgie Hall and an own goal completing the rout.

There was little joy for the hard-working U14s who suffered a 3-1 defeat to Fulbourn Falcons.

Two goals for Falcons in a five-minute spell in the first half gave them the edge, but Kieran Price gave the hosts hope when he scored. Rangers looked for the equaliser in the second half but were caught on the break.

Rangers U13A put up a fight at March before falling to a 3-2 defeat.

The U12A side kept Soham at bay to earn a 4-1 win. Ruben Trillo, William Rolt (2) and an own goal rewarded a good team display.

There was an 8-4 win for the U10J against Little Paxton. James Lee and Amir Kamal hit two apiece with James Elvin, Owen Charge, Billy Driver and an own goal making the eight.

Kris Atherton hit Needingworth for six as the U12C team won 11-2. Andrew Chapman hit three, Joe Fishburne notched a penalty and George Parsons sealed the win.

ST NEOTS

THE U12 team started slowly against Bishop's Stortford but eventually ran out 5-1 winners.

Goals came from Jono Riley and Thomas Payne before the break, with a Cameron Harris double and a Cameron Stump strike completing Saints' tally.

The U14s visited Letchworth and returned with a point after a good performance. Lewis Davis headed Saints in front for a short-lived lead.

After the hosts had equalised, Cameron Crisp put the visitors ahead again by half-time. The home side were back level inside five minutes of the restart and, though both sides had chances to win, the match ended 2-2.

HEMINGFORD

BLACKS U11 and Somersham produced a fine display of junior football with honours even at 1-1. Sam Jackson scored for Somersham and Luke Toates hit the equaliser for Blacks.

Both Reds U11 and Priory were unbeaten before the match but it was the Hemingford flag still flying after the game as Reds won 4-0.

Double strikes from Lucas Walker and James Wells secured the win.

The U7s hit seven against St Ives Rangers R. Joe Halls and Dominic Fairholm both picked up pairs with Tom Smith, Harry Butcher and Louis Cobb making it 7-1.

BUCKDEN

GOALS by James Shorrock and James Titley gave the U10s a two-goal lead against Godmanchester. Goddy hit back late in the match with a goal but Buckden held firm to win.

Whites U10s took a 5-2 win against Alconbury. Louis Spicer got the first and Adam Brown hit a brace, but thoughts of coasting over the line were dispelled when Alconbury hit two. Brown completed his hat-trick before Joe Brooks finished the scoring to tie up the points.

GODMANCHESTER ROVERS

EXTRA time sealed the U16Bs' fate in the Knockout Cup match against Alconbury.

Luke McKenzie gave Goddy the lead but a penalty levelled the scores. The game went into extra-time but, as penalties loomed, Alconbury poached the winner.

The U14Bs visited Ely but ended up on the wrong side of a 7-3 result. Matthew Pates bagged a brace and Nathan Storey a single in the defeat.

Unbeaten U13A maintained their form to beat Priory 2-0. Calum Brown bagged the opener just before the break and Ashley Hehir made the points safe halfway through the second half.

Rovers U15 got off to a flyer with an early Josh Dawson goal in their cup tie with Eaton Socon. Dawson added two more before Socon netted a consolation to leave Rovers 3-1 winners.

Goddy U11 hit Warboys for 11 in an excellent team performance. Josh Bavester scored five, while Rowan Chapman and Gatley Searle collected doubles. Cameron Markie and David Kwiatkowski topped it up to 11-0.

BRAMPTON SPARTANS

SPARTANS U10s finished on the wrong side of an entertaining 3-2 result against Priory.

Two down, Spartans hit back to level when Alex Swanston and James Dean scored, but a late Priory strike 
won the points.

LITTLE PAXTON

THERE was action all the way as Little Paxton and Staploe U11s shared six goals.

George Gadd notched for Paxton but Staploe soon equalised. Daniel Wood restored Paxton's lead only for Staploe to reply with two well-taken goals. Fortunately for Paxton, the last word went to William Allan, who netted Paxton's third to leave the final score at 3-3.

ALCONBURY

REDS U9 enjoyed a 6-2 win over Warboys, as George Bush got among the goals again.

He notched a hat-trick, and Josh Bell, Thomas Martin and Jack Goodyear made it six. Warboys replied with strikes from Aston Whybrow and Connor Gibbs.

Reds U10 and Fenstanton entertained in a 4-4 draw. Kyle Kirschner hit a hat-trick and Max Hawthorne a single.

Blues U10 battled hard against Buckden but lost the day 5-2, as Jacob Pack netted both goals.

The U16s had to dig deep to make progress into the quarter-finals of the Knockout Cup against Godmanchester.

Goddy took the lead but Chris Alban coolly slotted home a penalty. Extra time was needed and, minutes from the end, Ryan Smith slotted in the winner.

The U13 girls collected their first win of the season when they beat Rowdies 1-0, with Rachael Mumford netting the all-important winner.

HUNTINGDON ROWDIES

PHARRIS Jude's header rescued a point for the U16s, as they came from behind to earn a draw against Shelford and Stapleford in an entertaining game.

Rowdies U11s also managed a 1-1 draw against Fulbourn, as Martin Saunders bagged the goal.

The U10s took the lead against the KC Cougars through Alfie Dear. Two Morgan Gallimore strikes made the game safe and a Freddie Francis strike completed a 4-1 win.

The U7s were on fire on a cold morning against Sawtry. Eleven goals hit the back of the Sawtry net, including five from Thomas Garcia and hat-tricks for Henry Smith and Jamie Turner.

SOMERSHAM

GOLD U10 were locked at 3-3 with Huntingdon Rowdies with three minutes to go, when Ryan Burry and Joe Jackson linked to feed Jordan Ciliberto, who finished to seal a 4-3 win.

PRIORY PARKSIDE

LAST year's County U15 beaten finalists Priory eased into the next round of the 2011 competition with a workmanlike 3-0 win over Needingworth.

Martin Faulconer, Mayson Byatt and an own goal left them clear.

It was raining goals at Ely as Priory U13B fell to a 6-5 defeat. Shane Emmett struck twice with Sam Cooke and two Chris Turner strikes making it 5-5.

Heartbreak struck for Priory as Ely stole the match in the final minute.

The U12s failed in their attempts to storm the Castle, as passes went astray in a 4-1 reverse to Castle Camps.

Ritchie Lambert, Jude Curliss-Ackrill, Josh Osborne, Ryan Dowson and Bradley Emmett netted the U9D goals in the 5-1 win over Alconbury.

There was a first defeat of the season for the U13A when they went down 2-0 to Godmanchester.

The U16s were in sublime form against Papworth in the League Cup, as three first-half and six second-half goals saw them to a 9-0 win.

The goals came from Christian Duddridge (3), Alex Bonafont (2), Adam Welham, Liam Dawson, Rhys Howell and Harry Joyce.

RAMSEY

LIAM Carrigan netted a hat-trick as the U11s recorded a 5-1 win against St Ives. Robbie Arthur and Jacob Darlington were also on the scoresheet.

The U7s battled out a 3-3 draw with Bluntisham Blasters.

Oliver Jenkins, Zak Stevens, Dean Worrall and Connor Beaumont netted the U13 goals in a fine 4-1 win against Cherry Hinton.

The U15s came up just short in the Hunts Cup against Yaxley. Kyle McPartlin bagged a double with Jake Temple and Daniel Short finding the net as the Rams lost 5-4.

Elliott Cafferkey tucked away two goals to give the U16s a 2-1 win at Bottisham.

KC COUGARS

A SOLID team display by the U15s against Brampton gave them safe passage into the next round of the County Cup.

The 5-1 win came courtesy of goals from Sam Findlay (3), Kacey Nicholson and Ellis Sullivan.

WARBOYS

AN under-strength U10 side battled away against St Ives and scored goals through Stuart Hurrell, Harry England and Dillan Scott, but lost the game 7-3.

NEEDINGWORTH

MISSING an early penalty cost the U12 Blues dear when Waterbeach went on to win 4-1. Olly Mead netted the consolation goal for Blues.