Warboys victorious with magical score

FOURTEEN was the magic number for Warboys as the U14s ran out 14-1 winners at Cottenham in a cup game. James Ellarby scored five times, Alex Brown hit four, Ryan Dearlove scored twice and there was one each for Harry Brookmyre and Sam Valance, plus one ow

FOURTEEN was the magic number for Warboys as the U14s ran out 14-1 winners at Cottenham in a cup game.

James Ellarby scored five times, Alex Brown hit four, Ryan Dearlove scored twice and there was one each for Harry Brookmyre and Sam Valance, plus one own goal.

Alconbury

THERE was knock-out cup success for the U14s as they progressed to the next round with a thumping 8-2 win at Haverhill. Jonny Collins netted five times with Jack Moffett, Andrew Fisher and Dan Hunt getting one apiece


You may also want to watch:


The U15s went out of the cup 5-2 despite a brave team performance and goals from Alex Arnold and David

Titley.

Most Read

The U8s went goal crazy against Warboys. Daniel Seaman smashed his way to 11, Tom Brooks hit five, Owen King scored three, John Beattie bagged two and Samuel Carter also netted to complete the 22-0 scoreline.

Alconbury U13 Girls gained a well earned 3-3 draw against Histon with a goal from Sarah Scott and two from Georgie Goodwin.

Bluntisham

RANGERS U16A lost 3-0 to a very resolute Chesterton Eagles side. They went 2-0 down inside the first 10

minutes and never recovered, though a goal just five minutes from the end was enough to give the U14s a win over Fulbourn

It was a different story against Brampton as the U11Bs went down 6-0 and the U8As suffered a similar score against a good Somersham Blue side.

Blasters U7s took on a strong Warboys team but, even though there were some excellent performances, they went down 11-0.

Having gone 2-0 down to St Ives Rangers, Blasters U10 Red staged a great comeback to win 3-2. The second-half goals came from Harry Taylor, whose hat-trick strike came from the final kick of the match.

The U10 Whites hit 10 against St Ives Rangers Z. Rowan Wilson hit five, Ben Johnson scored four and there was one for Dean Worrall.

The U9s ran out 8-1 winners against Ramsey thanks to four from Jack Deadman, two from Samuel Mercer and one each for Toby Davies and Charlie Edwards-Ainge.

Brampton Spartans

AFTER going a goal behind, the U12A Spartans fought back to win the game 2-1 - Spartans' goals came from Adam Pedlar and Josh Dawson.

Spartans U12Bs returned with a 3-1 win after their visit to Chatteris. A Mike O'Connor penalty opened the scoring and further well taken goals by Jacob Burrill and Jonathan Wrycraft completed the scoring.

The U8As cruised to an impressive 6-2 against St Ives Rangers S. William Brackley found the net four times and Jack Newman and Thomas Thackray grabbed a goal apiece.

Blues U9s went to Alconbury and won 5-0. Two-goal hero was Harry Wood and there was a goal apiece for Nathan May, Chris Hartley and Tom Snare.

Buckden

HARRIERS U15 Girls and St Ives Girls played an entertaining game which ended all square at 2-2 and saw Buckden finish the game with only eight players.

Goals from Angharad Carlton and Sophie Coulman gave the Harriers a 2-0 lead before Ives came back strongly.

Billie Barbury gave Kestrels U13 girls the lead against Stevenage in the first half and added a second to give the home side a good win in the London-based league.

The U8s went on the goal trail as the whole team contributed at St Ives in the 11-3 victory.

Cambourne

ROVERS U8s went down 10-1 to Huntingdon despite putting in a great team effort while the U14 Eagles lost 5-0 at Godmanchester in a cup fixture.

Rovers U12 fared little better at KC Cougars, Harley Godfrey grabbing both goals in a game that saw Cougars win 5-2.

Eaton Socon

THERE was a great cup win for Socon U15s - 3-0 against Parkside Athletic. The goals came from Rob Melanie, Ryan Baxter and a Lewis Sturgeon header to cap a good team performance.

Eaton U12s had a fine win over Swavesey. The 5-2 result saw a goal apiece from Ollie Broome and Rhys Harvey with Liam Watts bagging a hat-trick.

Fenstanton

THE U8Rs comfortably beat KC Cougars 13-2 after going a goal down early on. The goal avalanche was led by Harry Taylor with five, while Blair Reed hit three, Connor Jones grabbed two and there was one apiece for Jake Balaam, Rob Owne and Travis.

Godmanchester Rovers

ROVERS U12s secured their first away win this season with a fine 3-2 win at Red Lodge. Having gone a goal behind, Goddy fought back to lead 2-1 with goals from Sean Olley and Scott Johnston. Aaron Woods got Godmanchester's third to secure the win.

The U10Bs fought out a 3-3 draw with Little Paxton after being 3-1 down at the break. Oliver Langford had scored the first and further goals came from Matt Burgess and Max Darer.

Rovers U10A ran out 4-1 winners against Cougars. Matt Allen grabbed a brace of goals with the others coming from James Horray and Greg Goodwin.

The U13Cs came out 6-3 winners against Ramsey with four goals from James Cockshott, one from Toby Pleasance and another from George Rawlings.

Great Paxton

GOALS from Lewis Rook and William Whitney were not enough to prevent the U10s going down 3-2 against Ramsey.

Huntingdon Rowdies

ROWDIES U16A coasted to an 11-0 win, beating a brave Histon side. Rowdies' goals came from Joe Furness, Neil Macphee, and Joesph Sadler each with a brace and the other goals from Jake Pinner, Callum Barker, Ashley Welford, George Clarke and Ian Styles.

A 2-2 draw was the outcome when the U13s played Aztec with goals from Levi Cornthwaite and Jake

Donald.

A hat-trick from Emily Smith, two apiece for Dominic Scott and Kasey Douglas and other goals from Martin Saunders, Louis Stow and Anthony Abthorpe helped Rowdies U8s to an impressive 10-1 win at Cambourne.

The U14s played some fine attacking football as they beat Histon Hornets 7-1. There were a brace of goals for Lewis Hammond and Joey Nicholson and others from Adam Naylor, Tom Dixon and Matt Gaynor.

Little Paxton

PAXTON U10s and Godmanchester U10s served up a very entertaining 3-3 draw with goals from Troy Beavis, Jake Smith and Harry Land.

Priory Parkside

AN INTER-CLUB battle between the U11Ds and Cs saw the Ds win 3-0. There was a goal in each half for Cav Fensom and one for Ryan Bates completed the scoring.

The U10Rs played some great football on their way to a convincing 7-0 win over Brampton Spartans. Goals came from Ryan Galbraith, two, Joe Fraser, Dominic Mason, Harrison Upton, Ryan Wood and Reece Keating.

Parkside U15A knocked Huntingdon Rowdies out of the Hunts Cup 1-0 thanks to a goal from Aiden Maclean and a workmanlike team performance.

It took just two minutes for the U10s to take the lead against Warboys through Blake Rivers; Adam Walker added a third in the second period as Priory ran out winners.

The U10Fs defeated Cambourne Eagles 4-0 thanks to the efforts of Tom Fletcher with two goals and a goal apiece for Alex Watson and Alfie McGuiness

Ramsey

RAMS U8B had a conclusive 9-1 win against Little Paxton in the Hunts Mini-Soccer league. Daniel Mcfadyen hit a hat-trick, Sol Goodby and Elliot Baker-Dagless both notched two and there was one apiece from Jacob Darlington and Ciaran Seabridge.

The U10Bs had a close finish with Great Paxton as Jordan Mays bagged two and Dan Wing hit the other - the Rams winning 3-2.

Rams U11 had a comfortable 10-1 win over Needingworth. The Rams marksmen were Jordan Dover and Alfie West, each with a hat-trick, Jordan Cafferkey with two and one each for Charlie Steadman and Jack Rhodes.

Kyle Ferrier, Kyle McPartlin and Levi Massie all notched one apiece for the Rams U12A as they won 3-1 at Cherry Hinton.

Rams U13B went down 6-3 to Godmanchester C, despite taking the lead. Steven Lane, Miles Hopkins and Tom George netted for the Rams.

Olly Day grabbed both for Rams U14s in a 2-0 win against Ely City Colts.

Sawtry

COLTS U10 Girls recorded a resounding 7-0 win against Burwell Swallows. Nicole Stefanelli and Megan Purnell both scored hat-tricks and Calista Brix-Craig got her first goal of the season to secure the win.

Somersham

THE U8 Blues hit seven without reply against Bluntisham U8s - there was a hat-trick for Adam Procter, two for Jacob Chaplin and goals for Liam Townsend and Curtis Lee.

Stukeley Meadows

MEADOWS U9s found Sawtry in unstoppable form as they went down 13-1 despite a goal from Alex Rankine.

St Ives Rangers

THE U11Bs hosted Chatteris and were involved in a good game that ended in a 2-2 draw. Michael King scored the first and Dan Ross grabbed the second.

Rangers U12 Girls won 5-0 at Cambourne Rovers. Charlotte Evans scored twice with Sarah Mosley, Tierney Poore and Georgia Rebane scoring one apiece.

A 4-0 win in favour of the U13As was the outcome when Rangers played Burwell. James Morgan with a brace and one each for Tom Richards and Joe Kelly completed the scoreline.

The U13Bs smashed their way to 10 against Aztec who replied with just one. Goals came from Doulton Kingston with five, a Jack Barber hat-trick and one each for Sam Taylor and Tom Woodrow.

The U15 Girls fought out a 2-2 draw at Buckden with goals from Sophie Thornton and Ailish Howard.

Lewis Powell scored a goal but was unable to prevent the U8S team losing 6-2 to Brampton - the other goal was bagged by Sebastian Di-Siena.

Rangers U10M hosted Graveley and squeezed

home 2-1. Goals were scored by Sam Oliver and

Yuhxin Radini.

St Neots

St Neots Town U11s had an impressive 2-1 win over BSCFC U11. Matthew Allen grabbed an equaliser and Ben Hickling grabbed the winner in the final minutes.

St Neots Town entertained Buntingford on Saturday in a two match header. The U8s played two games against Buntingford. Stevan Shaw scored in game one but Town went down 2-1. In game two Will Smith and Stevan Shaw struck a goal apiece to secure a 2-1 win.

A good win for the U16s against Trident Wasps was secured thanks to goals from Luke Ellis, two from Josh Lusha, and Jia.

Warboys

AN EARLY wake up call saw the U10s fall a goal behind inside 10 minutes and despite constant pressure there was no way back as Priory went on to win 2-0.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter