Titley seals title race for U14s

DAVID Titley scored twice to set Alconbury U14s on the way to becoming league champions at Mildenhall. Sam Young, Lewis Long and Alex Arnold were the other players to find the net as Alconbury recorded a 5-1 triumph. Brampton Spartans SPARTANS U11s are ju

DAVID Titley scored twice to set Alconbury U14s on the way to becoming league champions at Mildenhall.

Sam Young, Lewis Long and Alex Arnold were the other players to find the net as Alconbury recorded a 5-1 triumph.

Brampton Spartans

SPARTANS U11s are just a point away from the title after clinching a 4-0 win against Huntingdon Rowdies.

Jordan Porter scored twice with Adam Pedlar and Christian Le completing the victory to leave Spartans top of the table.

The club are inviting spectators to attend the final game of the season against Bar Hill on Sunday. The match kicks off at 10.30am at the Memorial Fields in Thrapston Road, Brampton.

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Buckden

BUCKDEN U10C edged a seven-goal thriller against Alconbury Colts. Mark Bond scored a hat-trick with Hadleigh Smyrck the other player on target.

Godmanchester Rovers

CONNOR Rice and James Osbourne scored a goal each as Rovers U8s claimed a win against Stanwick Rovers at Rushden & Diamonds' Diamond Cup tournament.

Rice scored twice with Grady Bruce and Toby Graham also netting in a 4-0 win against Happisburgh Harriers while Osbourne condemned KC Cougars to a 1-0 defeat in another game.

Rovers U11C ran out 6-2 winners against Eaton Socon. Sean Olley scored a hat-trick while Simon Zientek, Peter Maylor and an own goal completed the scoring. Scott Johnston was named MOTM.

The U9Bs narrowly lost 4-3 to Ramsey B in a post-season friendly. Ashley Hehir, Alec Bryden and Nathan Brown all found the back of the net, while Douglas Clark was MOTM.

Rovers U10A had a disappointing end to the season, losing 5-0 at Ramsey, despite the best efforts of MOTM Josh Stephens.

Jake Burrill and Tim Gladding scored hat-tricks as Rovers U11B won 7-3 against Alconbury. Mike O'Connor was the other goal scorer, while Millie Harris picked up player of the match.

Priory Parkside

A CRUNCH match for Priory U14A against Saffron Walden ended in disappointment. Parkside lost out 3-0, despite the efforts of MOTM Dan Birkinshaw.

The U11B team finished off the season with a 3-0 win away to Cherry Hinton Lions. Josh Kane, George Watson and Kai Steemers were the goal scorers as Parkside secured third spot in the league and promotion.

Ramsey

TOM Jex scored a hat-trick as Ramsey U13s clinched the Cambs League Knockout Cup Final. Jex scored two before the break and sealed the win in the second half as Ramsey celebrated.

Liam Carrigan scored twice to help the U7As round off their season with a win. Matthew Walker was the other scorer as Buckden Juniors were put to the sword by three goals to one.

Glenn Ferrier's goal was the only consolation for Rams U8A as they lost 2-1 to St Ives Rangers S while the U8Bs shared a 3-3 draw with St Ives G. Sam Medhurst, Marcell Cherlin and Ben Mason were the players on target.

Daniel Wing scored twice for the U9Bs as they defeated Godmanchester 4-3. Rory Taggart and Benn Warren grabbed one apiece.

A brace from Jordan Dover helped the U10As to a 5-0 win against Godmanchester. Jordan Cafferkey, Alfie West and Peter Waters all scored.

Somersham Town

IT WAS better late than never for Somersham U8s as they earned their first win of the season in a friendly against Brampton Saprtans.

Finlay Rimmer, a Ryan Hampson hat-trick and an own goal sealed the 5-1 win which saw Adam Cooper pick up MOTM.

St Ives Rangers

DOULTON Kingston's hat-trick helped the U12Bs win 8-0 against Burwell Tigers. MOTM Cuthbert Varley scored twice - his first goals in six years - with Jonny Perring, Josh Fitzjohn and Sam Taylor completing the win.

St Neots Town

SAINTS U18s completed their league fixtures with a scrappy 1-0 win against rivals St Ives. Jamie Osborne made up for missing a second-half penalty to score from close range and give St Neots the points.

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