Walk in Meadows for prime Parkside

BOTH sides deserved medals as Priory Parkside U9C defeated Stukeley Meadows 8-0 in horrendous weather conditions. Harrison Seymour was in fine form grabbing a hat-trick and there were goals for Thomas Payne, Tommy Fairbrass, Tyler Brown and Harvey Wilsher

BOTH sides deserved medals as Priory Parkside U9C defeated Stukeley Meadows 8-0 in horrendous weather conditions.

Harrison Seymour was in fine form grabbing a hat-trick and there were goals for Thomas Payne, Tommy Fairbrass, Tyler Brown and Harvey Wilsher.

Alconbury

THE U13 Girls defeated Huntingdon Rowdies 6-0 with two goals each from Kaya Williams and Georgie Goodwin, plus strikes from Laura Ramsaran and Sarah Scott.

Alconbury U8s fielded two teams in a double-header against Bluntisham. The first game saw the home side win 8-2 with Owen King and John Beattie hitting hat-tricks and Rosie Lunne grabbing two.

In the second fixture the visitors secured victory with a 4-0 win.

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Bluntisham

BLASTERS U10 Reds put in a fine performance to come away from Priory with a 2-2 draw - the goals came from Harry Taylor and Jamie Webb.

The U10 Whites turned in a stunning performance at Priory T, winning 7-1. Rowan Williams hit a hat-trick and there were goals for Dean Worrall, Connor Beaumont and Ben Johnson, while the U14Bs won 6-1 against Milton.

The U11Bs went down 4-2 to Staploe and Duloe despite goals from James Arnold and Alex Davies.

The U8Bs won 4-0 and lost 8-2 in two games against Alconbury. Peter Woodward and William Ellis scored in the loss, while Matthew Walker, with two, Joshua Benham and Jonathan Walker scored in the win.

Buckden

A FANTASTIC team effort gave Buckden U8s a fine 8-3 win over Warboys.

Cambourne

ROVERS U8s ran into a very good Fenstanton team and despite showing a never-say-die attitude they eventually fell to an 11-0 defeat.

The U12s looked set for a win against Warboys when they led 3-1 thanks to a Harley Godfrey hat-trick but the visitors ran out 6-3 winners.

Godmanchester

IT WAS a great day for the U13s as they beat Burwell 7-0. Allan Owen, Trafford Hudson and Ryan Son scored two apiece and an own goal completed the scoring.

The U12s played Priory but despite a consolation goal from Jamie Worrall five minutes from the end, lost 7-1.

Rovers U13B defeated Priory U13B 2-0 in a close-fought encounter with goals from Robert Lynch and Alex Cossey.

In a tense finish the U10As held on to record a 2-1 win against Priory R. Priory had taken the lead, but second half strikes from Greg Goodwin and Calum Harcourt were enough to give Goddy the win.

The U10Bs visited St Ives S and both teams produced an excellent game. The scores were level at 3-3 after the first period and Rovers went on to win 6-5.

The goals came from Nathan Brown and Douglas Clark, each with two, Ashley Hehir and Alec Bryden.

The U9s drew 2-2 against Little Paxton with goals from Patrick Forshaw and Jake Bennett.

Huntingdon Rowdies

WAYNE Childerley bagged a hat-trick and goals from Joe Furness, Josh Sadler and Ashley Welford, saw the U16As cruise past Ely 6-0 to progress to the League Cup semi-finals.

Rowdies U13Bs won 3-1 against Spartak 78 as they advanced to a semi-final spot. The hero was Jake Irwin, who scored a hat-trick.

The U8s overcame a spirited Fenstanton Red side to win 4-1. Dominic Scott opened the scoring followed by goals from Anthony Abthorpe, Kasey Douglas and Emily Smith.

Adam Naylor scored twice and Joey Nicholson once as Rowdies U14s recorded a 3-0 win against Bluntisham Rangers.

Little Paxton

PAXTON U10s beat Graveley 2-0 with goals from Jake Dexter and Callum Horn.

The U9s fought out a thrilling 2-2 draw with Godmanchester after going 2-0 up, with goals from Samuel Squire and Shae Humphrey.

Priory Parkside

The U14s had a profitable visit to Bluntisham, winning 9-0. There were some great all-round performances and goals from Josh Benson, Aiden London, Felix Woolf and Joe Dawborn, all with two, and a Sam Bristo strike.

Priory U8P played against Ramsey Colts and won 2-1 - the winning goal was scored by Owen Sargeant

Parkside U10S shared four goals with Bluntisham in a very entertaining game.

Priory twice took the lead through Jake Purdie and Adam Walker but had to settle for the draw.

Priory U10R were defeated for the first time this season, going down 2-1 to Godmanchester despite Reece Keating giving his side the lead.

Parkside U15s made it three clean sheets in a row with a hard fought 0-0 draw with Histon, while the U13Bs suffered a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Godmanchester Rovers.

Ramsey

JACOB Darlington hit the consolation goal for the Rams U8B as they went down 2-1 in a close call to Priory.

Rams U10A had a fabulous 7-0 win against Brampton Spartans. Bradley McManus bagged a brace with one apiece for William Taylor, Rowan Abraham, Chris Dawe, Zach Stevens and Matthew Eyre.

Marco Fiore and Jordan Mays notched the goals for Rams U10B as they took a close 2-1 win against Warboys.

Rams U12 saw their way through to the next round of the Hunts County Cup with a 2-0 win against Woodston Dynamoes.

Kyle McPartlin bagged the first with 10 minutes to go and Kyle Ferrier secured victory.

Stukeley Meadows

FREE-SCORING Meadows U9s were finally tamed as they came up against a well-organised Priory outfit. Solid defence allowed Meadows nothing as the Priory team ran in eight goals without reply.

St Ives Rangers

RANGERS U8S and Priory were involved in a tight game that finished with Rangers victors by 4-3.

Lewis Powell netted a fine hat-trick and Dan Sarath added the other, while Rangers keeper Shay Griffiths saved a penalty.

There was a great 1-0 victory for Rangers U13Bs in the KO Cup against Milton, moving them into the quarter-finals.

The only goal was scored by Jonny Perring.

The U9 Reds defeated fellow club side U9L 7-3.

There was a brace apiece for Jack Banyard and Will Rolt and one apiece for Murray Reid and Elliot Luxford. They also benefited from an own goal.

Rangers U15 Girls were beaten 2-0 in the cup against Bar Hill despite some great performances in terrible weather conditions.

St Neots

IN BACK to back games the U8s played host to a strong Rising Stars outfit.

The first game resulted in a 5-0 win for the visitors but the hosts played much better in the second game and were unlucky to lose 2-0.

Town U11 played Bedwell and ran out winners in an end-to-end contest. The final score was 5-4, with the Saints goals coming from Ryan Vale with two and a hat-trick from Lewis Davis.

Warboys

FINLAY Alston scored a brace for the U8s against Buckden but Warboys still went down 8-3.

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