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TEAM OF THE WEEK Team: Little Paxton U9s League: Hunts Mini Soccer League Formed: 2007 Manager: Helen Ottaway Coach: Mark Humphrey Captain: Rotates Club colours: Blue and white Sponsor: Total Fibre Optic Solutions Home Ground: Little Paxton School Squad:
TEAM OF THE WEEK
Team: Little Paxton U9s
League: Hunts Mini Soccer League
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Manager: Helen Ottaway
Coach: Mark Humphrey
- 1 Numerous Huntingdon High Street shops shut due to flooding
- 2 Man who burgled his own father’s home is sentenced
- 3 Shocks all round as police pull over 'white van man'
- 4 Seven men jailed for stealing bikes worth £70k
- 5 Man to appear in court after smashing police car window with sledgehammer
- 6 Father-of-five murdered due to 'drug deal dispute gone wrong'
- 7 Man in court over special constable assault and theft of alcohol
- 8 Drink driver arrested in Brampton for being four times over the legal limit
- 9 Diners at St Ives pub help raise £8k for hospitality charity
- 10 Axe seized and two people charged for drink driving in St Ives
Club colours: Blue and white
Sponsor: Total Fibre Optic Solutions
Home Ground: Little Paxton School
Squad: Kyle Ottaway, Greg Archer, Jack Button, Alex Turner, Tony Storey, Jordan Holdaway, Ross Cook, Michael Rayner, Shae Humphrey, Samuel Squire.
IT RAINED goals in Bluntisham Blasters U9s' match against Needingworth - with Blunty ending up 9-7 winners.
Callum Taylor scored four, Toby Davies hit a hat-trick and there was a goal each for Thomas Dowell and Charlie Edwards-Ainge.
A FINE second-half performance helped the U13 girls defeat Bottisham 8-0.
POTM Eilidh Murphy scored a hat-trick, Laura Ramsaran hit two and Kaya Williams, Georgie Goodwin and Nina Palmer grabbed a goal apiece.
The U8s visited St Ives Rangers and won 13-0. Tom Brooks scored four with a hat-trick coming from Daniel Seaman, two from Owen King and one each for John Beattie and Samuel Carter. Tommy Walters was MOTM.
Club rivalry was at stake as the U7 Reds played the U7 Blues. Reds came out on top after a hat-trick from Matthew Harvey and one from Louis Spicer. Blues' goal was scored by Ben Rycroft
Goals from Jonny Collins and Andrew Fisher helped the U14s draw 2-2 at Comberton while the U15s thrashed Chatteris 7-2. Callum Baker and Liam Smith scored two each and there was one for James Gritton, Bobby Turner and MOTM Tom Hunt.
A HAT-TRICK from MOTM James Woodward helped the U11As beat Rowdies 5-4. Kieran Carter and James Hodson also netted.
The U16As won 3-0 at Histon Hornets. Tom Power scored almost straight away with a header and the other two goals came from Josh Parker.
The U16Bs also won 3-0 - against Potton. Captain and MOTM Sam Scales hit two and the other goal was scored by Connor McEwan.
Liam Smith's goal didn't stop the U14s losing 2-1 to Girton, while the U8As lost 3-2 to St Ives with William Ellis and Harvey Bullin scoring the goals.
SPARTANS U12Bs progressed to the next round of the cup winning 3-1 on penalties after drawing 2-2 with Littleport. Jonathan Wrycraft and James Thackray got the goals in normal play, while Connor Campbell was the penalty-save hero.
The U9 Blues defeated KC Cougars 11-1. There were two each for Harry Wood, Chris Hartley and MOTM Ross Sales and singles for Rhys Everett, Tom Snare, Jake Winterburn and William Dines-Allen.
The U9 Reds beat Priory B 3-2. The goal heroes were Jack Findlay, with two, and George Kelly. Isaac Matcham's tenacity won him MOTM.
Spartans U8s lost 6-1 to Sawtry Colts despite a goal from William Brackley, while the U13s beat Woodston Dynamos 5-4 on penalties after a 4-4 draw with two goals from Jack Snare and one each from Ruari Clark and Dewi Brettle.
GOALKEEPER Ben King was in fine form for Buckden U8s when they defeated Ramsey 6-3. Kristian Clarke-Reid hit four goals with two coming from Joss Tibbs.
The Harrier U15 girls lost 1-0 at Godmanchester with a weakened team - Jodie Craig was POTM.
Ospreys U10s defeated Needingworth 3-2 with a well taken hat-trick by Scott Irwin.
Buckden Kestrels U13 Girls won 5-0 at Uxbridge thanks to a hat-trick from Billy Barbury, strikes from Ellie Wright and Megan Taylor and a POTM effort from Millie Harris.
ROVERS U12 turned in a good performance when beating St Ives Rangers 4-0. Hat-trick hero and MOTM was Harley Godfrey and Aneesh Sharma scored the other.
Cambourne Eagles U14 were beaten 7-2 by Soham. Both goals were scored by Peter Wilson and MOTM was goalkeeper Elliot Cohen-Gold.
SIX of the best for the U12s as they moved into round three of the cup at the expense of Swavesey. An Ollie Broome hat trick, two from Rhys Harvey and a goal from Ryan Lynch made up the scoring
The U15s overcame a stubborn Bluntisham 2-0 with goals from Rob Barron and John Woods while the U16 girls smashed in seven against SOS without reply. Laura Baker and Amyrose Prout both hit hat-tricks with Shelly Stevens grabbing the other goal.
JOSH Burgess smashed five as the U13s beat Peterborough 12-2 in the Hunts Cup. Ollie Bailey scored three, Jack Goodall two and there was one each from George Jackson and Andrew Shaw. MOTM went to Allan Owen.
The U10Bs beat their Red counterparts 6-1 despite a goal from Ashley Hehir and MOTM effort from Max Darer.
PAXTON U10s went down 6-4 to Brampton in a cracking match cup tie. Paxton's William Whitney scored a hat-trick and MOTM was Callum McMillan, while the U13s went down 1-0 to Papworth Blasters despite Elliot Harman winning MOTM.
A JACK Hedges hat-trick in the first half helped Rowdies U13s to a 5-3 win against Cherry Hinton Lions. Other goals were scored by Ryan Priestman and Harvey Phillips. Hedges was awarded MOTM for his scoring exploits.
Rowdies U9s went to Stukeley Meadows and won 4-3 the goals coming from Ben Hurst (two), Jake McFarlane and Billy Jennings.
It was the U8s that went goal crazy as they netted 17 times without reply at Bluntisham. Dominic Scott scored five and Liam Zoric netted a hat-trick.
The U14s beat a Grampian Gunners side 9-2. Joey Nicholson scored a hat trick, two each for Adam Naylor and Lewis Hammond and other goals from Jordan Gillbanks and MOTM Jake Thornton.
SHAE Humphrey was MOTM and scored twice for Little Paxton U9s but Sawtry won out 8-2.
THIRTEEN goals were scored as the U14Bs beat Cottenham 8-5. The Needingworth goals came from Dan Enzer, who netted a hat-trick, two apiece from Joel Lask and Peter Liddle and a Michael Moriarty strike. Nathan Dewar was MOTM.
Nine players scored for the U13s as they defeated a weakened Ramsey B side 25-0 in the County Cup. MOTM was seven goal hero Innes Christison, with other goals coming from Ryan Pascoe, Alex Holland, Jamie Neve, Lewis Besley, Tom Cornwell, Stephen Strickland, Joseph Bradshaw, and Jack Moulds.
HONOURS went to Priory U11B against U11A in this derby match between the top two sides. Ollie Simpson hit a brace and Jay Lambert got the other for the Bs in the 3-2 win.
Priory U10R eased through to the next round of the cup with a 3-0 win over Priory F with goals coming from Harrison Upton, Ryan Wood and Jordan Saywell.
Parkside U14As produced some good football to beat Buckden 4-2. A hat-trick by Josh Benson and a goal by Felix Woolf saw Parkside home.
The Under 9Bs were beaten 3-2 by Brampton Spartans U9s. Alex Lester and Joe Humpston scored a goal apiece after Spartans had taken a 3-0 lead.
Priory U9As gained a 1-1 draw at Ramsey thanks to a Reece Beavis effort. MOTM was Josh Unwin.
SEVENTEEN goals were scored by the U10A team against a luckless Somersham. Goals were scored by Zak Stevens, Bradley McManus, David Sayer, James Tortice, Oliver Jenkins, William Taylor, Rowan Abraham, Chris Dawe, and Matthew Eyre.
The U10Bs won 4-1 against St Ives Rangers Z with Jordan Mays hitting a hat-trick and Daniel Wing scoring once.
Rams U8A also scored 17, against Priory B. Liam Carrigan, Ollie Stevens, Jamie Short, Evan McPartlin, Jordan Johnson and Robbie Arthur scored the goals.
The U8B went down 6-3 against Buckden, Elliot Baker-Dagless, with two, and Ciaran Seabridge scored the goals.
Blaize Walker-Gleeson scored the U9A goal in the 1-1 draw against Priory A, while the U11s drew 2-2 with Chatteris Town thanks to goals from Jordan Dover and Jordan Duncan.
Goals by Rob Sayer and Reuben Taylor were not enough as the U13As went down 3-2 at Sawston.
Rams U17 won 8-2 against West Wratting. Mike Neil and Chris Stewart bagged a brace apiece with one each for Ashley Rothery, Chris Bees, Jake Cavilla and Sean Hackett.
There was an emphatic 6-0 win for the U12s against Ely Crusaders with two goals from Kyle Ferrier and one each from Dan Short, Levi Massie, Kyle McPartlin and Liam Parish.
NATHAN Baker netted five times and won MOTM as Sawtry U9S ran out 8-2 winners against Little Paxton, with K Shelton netting a hat-trick.
BRADLEY Smith scored and won MOTM as the U11s drew 2-2 with Godmanchester - Dan Ross scored the other.
The U13Bs hit double figures as they won 10-1 at Little Downham. Doulton Kingston hit four, Jason Billam got two and there was one each for Sam Taylor, Tom Woodrow, Jamie Lee-Lines and MOTM Jonny Perring.
Rangers U15 Girls lost 7-2 to visitors Peterborough Azures with Holly Knott scoring one of the Rangers goals.
At U8 level Rangers S won 3-2 against Bluntisham. Lewis Powell scored a brace and MOTM Shay Griffiths got the third.
The U12 girls drew 2-2 at Buckden thanks to a brace from Georgia Rebane and a good display by POTM Eleanor Watts, while the U15Bs went down 4-2 after conceding two late goals at Isleham. Glen Tilbrook got both the Rangers goals.
THE U8Cs drew one and lost one at Biggleswade, going down 2-0 and drawing 0-0 despite the efforts of MOTM Jordan Hancock.
The U7s had a double header at Shefford. The first match was won 3-1 by StNeots with Samuel Wilson hitting two and MOTM Bailey Armiger grabbing the other.
Game two was a tighter affair but Saints won 3-2 with two goals from Joseph Watling and one from Jamie Watson. MOTM was midfielder Braidan Tidmarsh.
Also at Shefford, the U8s played back to back games winning the first 6-1 and the second 2-0. Sam Cartwright and MOTM Reuben Rai scored a brace each with Steven Shaw and an own goal making up the six in game one. In game two the goals went to Joe Gores and MOTM Brett Davis.
Against Buntingford, Cougars Town U11s were two up thanks to a pair of own goals but the game finished 3-3 with the third goal being scored by MOTM Ryan Vale.
MEADOWS U9s were three down inside the first 15 minutes and things got worse as they conceded a fourth to Rowdies. A great fight back with a hat-trick from Jake Barry was not enough as they lost 4-3. Keeper Matt Wright was MOTM.
COLTS U14s put on an outstanding performance as the beat Aztecs 2-1 - James Ellarby notched two and the other goal came from Alex Brown. MOTM was Daniel Gillingham.
The U10s won 1-0 against KC Cougars thanks to Travis Nightingill's strike.