Youth football - Hollick hits four to sink Priory's cup dreams
Alconbury Colts THE U15s saw off Priory 6-1, to reach the last four of the Hunts Cup. Tim Hollick notched four while Kyle Crook and Craig Magee completed the scoring. MoM was shared between defenders Josh Marriott and Sam Maryon. SQUAD: Sam Burrid
Alconbury Colts THE U15s saw off Priory 6-1, to reach the last four of the Hunts Cup. Tim Hollick notched four while Kyle Crook and Craig Magee completed the scoring. MoM was shared between defenders Josh Marriott and Sam Maryon. SQUAD: Sam Burridge, Tom Ladlow, Sam Maryon, Warren Hay, Josh Marriott, Lewis Waldron, Tom Murphy, Michael Mackrell, Craig Magee, Jordan Bays, Kyle Crook, Tim Hollick, Toby Morgan. IN a pulsating end-to-end game, the U14s came away from Saffron Walden with a deserved 4-3 win, despite being behind three times.Alconbury went a goal down early on but good work from Jordan Gardner set up Paul Finnegan whose lob brought the scores level.However, Walden went ahead again only to be pulled back by another Finnegan equaliser before the home side took the lead for a third time.Danny Newman, who had a terrific game at right-back, played a lovely ball through for Kieran Grice, who drove the ball home.Alconbury got the winner when MoM Finnegan scored his third with a delicate lob from 25 yards, which the Walden keeper could not keep out.THE U13s won a pulsating cup tie against Chatteris 4-3 after extra time. Tom Hunt got the winner, five minutes into the additional period. The lead changed hands four times with the other goals coming from Hunt and one each for top scorer James Gritton and Charlie Clay-Myers. Centre-half Bobby Turner was named MoM for some stout defending. SQUAD: Callum Howlett, Jamie Doyle, Aaron Morgan, Matthew Pywowar, David Titley, James Gritton, Sam Boalch, Alex Frost, Paul McFarlane, Charlie Clay-Myers, Bobby Turner, Sam Marsh, Matthew Murphy, Cameron Gray, Sam Sweek, Tom Hunt.THE U10s opened their New Year with a fine 9-1 victory over an inexperienced, but plucky, Needingworth Blue side. Some fine passing football in slippery conditions led to a hat-trick from Cameron Brown, a brace each for Tom Cooke and Ciaran Quigley and first ever goals league goals from Nathan Brown and MoM Adam Quigley. Needingworth scored a deserved late goal after battling throughout. SQUAD: Luke Upshall, James Oldfield, Eilidh Murphy, Christian Macormack, Adam Quigley, Tom Cooke, Nathan Brown, Cameron Brown, George McKay, Ciaran Quigley.Bluntisham RangersRANGERS U13s cruised into the next round of the cup against a spirited Waterbeach. Goals from MoM Josh Chapman, Alex White, Stewart Bridge and an own goal put Rangers 4-0 up at half time and despite Waterbeach's best efforts, two more goals from Dominic Richardson and Richard Steinberg wrapped things up in the second half.BLUNTISHAM U12As turned in an efficient performance to brush aside a solid Soham Town team with a 6-2 win. A hat-trick by the excellent Tyler McEwen saw Rangers on their way as they stormed into a 3-0 lead.Chae Simmons combined well with Schweir and Peattie and a superb cross was forced home by the lively Parker. Bluntisham continued to push and Peattie, Simmons, Sterna and Parker all came close, while solid defensive work at the other end by Kehoe, Trewick and Styles saw the half-time score finish 4-0.After the break, unselfish play from Parker saw Sterna notch the fifth before Soham pulled one back.Bluntisham responded and the excellent Simmons twice brought good saves from the keeper. Soham threatened to make a game of it when scoring through a free kick to make it 5-2 before Simmons scored a superb free -kick to make it 6-2.IN a tough match, the U12Bs found themselves up against Alconbury from three divisions above. Despite a committed performance, Blunty's defence could not hold out and went down 16-0.However, a better second half was testament to the team's determination and MoM was Jack Moulds for some good defensive work.THE U8As were edged out 6-3 by a determined Swavesey Spartans side in wintry conditions. Swavesey quickly went into a two goal lead but were pegged back by a great strike from Ben Johnson, who hammered home his free kick at the second attempt. Swavesey went 3-1 up before MoM Luke Young scored from close range after a shot had been parried by the keeper.Bluntisham kept up the pressure but Swavesey scored twice in quick succession to make it 5-2. Harry Taylor scored for Blunty with a smart turn and shot before Swavesey wrapped up the game with a good finish to make the final score 6-3 to Swavesey. Brampton SpartansTHE U14s beat Mildenhall 3-0 with goals from Tom Hutt, Gareth Owens and Scott Wilson.SQUAD: Matt Dawson-Goodey, Scott Wilson,Andy Sweetenham, Mark Paul, Seb Burton, Rob Williams, Alex Hall, Tristan Lawrence, George Cresswell, Gareth Owens, Tom Hutt, Will Hutt, Adam Carson, Aaron Wootton.THE U13s entertained Ely City in the KO Cup and ran out comfortable 9-0 winners after a good all round performance. Goals came courtesy of a Luke Gatford hat-trick, a brace apiece from Adam Barrett and Zack Turner and one apiece from Nick Garner and Adrian Ganna. SQUAD: Amit Puntambekar, Benn Stocker, Chris Jackson, Richard Kelsey, James Wilkinson, Lewis Long, Nick Garner, Adam Barrett, Luke Gatford, Zack Turner, Adrian Ganna, James Wilkinson.A LACK-LUSTRE display from Spartans resulted in a 5-1 defeat at the hands of Newmarket Town, which saw them dumped out of the KO Cup at the first hurdle. Will Kenmir scored Spartans' only goal. SQUAD: Harrison Hinde, Luke Burton, Matty Dixon, Liam Robinson, Ben Greenall, Jack Kenmir, Joe Hamblin, Robert Ellington, Kieran Priest, Josh Read, Max Lines, Will Kenmir, Jake Shepherd, Tom Davies.FIRST half goals by Jack Snare and Dewi Brettle gave the U11s a 2-0 lead against rivals Alconbury. A late goal by the home side wasn't enough and Spartans won a hard fought match 2-1.SPARTANS U10As continued their unbeaten run with a 2-0 win over Huntingdon Rowdies.In a frantic first few minutes, both sides came close to opening the scoring, but the deadlock wasn't broken until 17 minutes when Christian Le found the back of the net with a terrific strike.In the second half, Spartans might have gone further ahead but the woodwork denied them on more than one occasion. However, James Downing did eventually double the lead and complete the scoring.SQUAD: David Ball, Jack Cooper, James Downing, Noah Foster, David Hartley, Christian Le, Jamie Major, Adam Pedlar, Ellery Pullin, Christopher Parker. George Wooff, Evan Restall.Buckden DESPITE a committed performance, defensive errors cost the Ospreys, as they went down 9-0 to Sawtry. Keeper Jordan Glass made some brave saves to try and keep Buckden in the game and he was given MoM.SQUAD: Jack Helliwell, Jordan Glass, George Mansfield, Anthony Stewart, Josie Medd, Fritz Sherenco, Marti Pegram, Jack Gibson, Rory Pickney. THE U9 Falcons romped to a 7-0 win over Rowdies, with goals coming from Brad Lucken (2), Ben Evans (4) and a single strike from Ben Thompson.SQUAD: Ben Thompson, Matthew Rothery, Charlie Barlow, Ben Evans, Jake Trainell, Brad Lucken, Charlie Ling, George Haverson. THE Hawks played out a 1-1 draw at home to Graveley, in a match that was full of enterprising attacking and sound defending.Graveley took the lead before half time when a deflected shot beat Hawks keeper Lewis Medlow. In the second half, a solo effort from Josh Draper managed to level the scores. Both teams continued to attack but neither could add to their tally and a good all round performance from Jordan Perry in The Hawks defence earned him MoM.SQUAD: Ben Burton, Joe Cowles, Josh Draper, Alec Jewell, Matthew Luscombe, Ryan Lynch, Seth Masters, Lewis Medlow, Jordan Perry, Finn Sadlier, Joseph Shore, Will Starkey. DESPITE producing their best performance of the season, Harriers U13 Girls lost 1-0 to Comberton Crusaders in a pulsating game. In the first five minutes the Harriers hit the post, hit the crossbar, and had two efforts cleared off the Comberton goal line and were very unlucky not to take the lead.Ten minutes into the second half Comberton scored the deciding goal from a well taken high corner. Buckden responded well and dominated the closing stages of the match and Kim Lynch, Ellen Clark, Sophie Coulman, Becky Rowan and Emily Trebes all came close to finding an equalising goal which they thoroughly deserved. Alex Sherenco, returning from injury, earned PoM. SQUAD: Ellen Clark, Sophie Coulman, Loren Elland, Laura Freeman, Lianne Griffiths, Kimberley Lynch, Becky Rowan, Kimberley Smith, Lucinda Somerville-Large, Alex Sherenco, Emily Trebes.Godmanchester RoversIN A closely fought game, Godmanchester Girls U13s overcame Isleham Utd 4-0. A well taken hat-trick from the prolific Kelly Holliday and a long range effort from Madelaine Thornton gave Goddy all three points and a winning start to the New Year.IN their first match for six weeks, the U16As were the stronger team on the day winning 6-0 against Bar Hill. Goal scorers were Ed Gee, Ketih Webb (2) and three from David Barratt. SQUAD: Chris Hefferan in goal, Sam Paget, Will Mayes, Alex McCarthy, Tim Smith, Captain Ed Gee, Stuart Clayton, Keith Webb, Matt Challenger, Harry Toca, David Barratt, Brendan Fulton, Olly Ramos, David Jobe.THE U12As battled to a 3-3 draw with Haverhill United, thanks to a Ryan Palmer brace and a solitary strike from Omar Ickin. MoM went to Chris Osbourne.SQUAD: Jamie Crook, Jack Carson, Robert Lowin, Chris Osbourne, Joe Brennan, Omar Ickin, Scott Rogers, Fraser Gant, Callum Walter, Shaun Flack, Marwan Hasan, Ryan Palmer, Jack Harwood, Ricky Knaepal, Ross Graham.DESPITE a hard-fought match, Rovers U12Cs crashed out of the KO cup, with a 7-1 defeat to Priory. The scoreline could have been very different had Goddy converted some early chances, but Priory took advantage to take their place in the next round.Rovers got the goal they deserved late on, with a good individual effort from MoM Harry Darer.SQUAD: Jamie Warwick, Harry Darer, Glen Johnstone, Ben Doughty, Nikolas Pierlejewski, Jonathan Arnold, Elliot Ashmead, Tom Dove, Liam Brading, Rory Atkinson, Oliver Notley, George Hancox, Benjamin Ricketts, William Van Es and Calvin George.ON a horrible day and awful pitch, Goddy U11As ground out a 3-1 victory over St Ives Rangers C at the St Ives outdoor centre. Goddy took a 1-0 lead into the second half but St Ives hit back with an equaliser 20 minutes into the half. However, Goddy stepped up a gear and forced an own goal and scored another in the last 10 minutes. Allan Owen scored the other two Godmanchester goals.SQUAD: Bewn Watkins, Addam Kadir, Rory Coughlan, Adam Hawthorn, Jack Goodall, Ryan Young, Jake Pearson, Trafford Hudson, George Jackson, Josh Burgess, Allan Owen, Harry Gwynne, Will England, Jordan Crook, Phil Szeremeta.THE U11Bs returned, after a long Christmas break, with a hard fought win away from home against a strong Ellesmere side. Goddy's Lewis Collins scored the first with a 20 yard drive after five minutes with Joe Cox getting the other five minutes before half time. Ellesmere rallied in the second half and pulled one back, but Stuart Wren was in fine form in the Goddy goal. A determined and well disciplined team performance ensured Goddy held on for all three pointsWill Collett's solid defending earnt him the MoM, and keeper Stuart Wren was awarded the Manager's Award for his many dynamic saves and bravery throughout the game.SQUAD: Stuart Wren, Sam Cole, Toby Deller, Luke Parker, Will Collett, Harry Oates, Robert Lynch, Sam Cole, Ben Smith, Joe Cox, Callum Parker, Tom Hodgson, Alex Cossey, Henry Warren, Lewis Collins.ROVERS U10As got off to the perfect start in 2006, with a convincing 5-1 win against Needingworth Red.Goal Scorers were Jordan Porter(2), MoM Aaron Woods(2) and a thunderbolt from Elliot Eeles.ATROCIOUS weather conditions severally disadvantaged the young Godmanchester Rovers U10B side in their second match of the season against St Neots Saints. Despite some excellent play from Tim Gladding and Tom Marrion, with good defence from Jamie Wick, the team were unable to score and finally lost 9-0. MoM was the captain Jamie Harris. SQUAD: J Harris, M O'Connor, T Marrion, T Gladding, M Harris, J Burrill, B Brien, H Green, J Wick, H Maggs.THE U8Bs beat Great Paxton 7-4, on a day which was not conducive to fast-flowing football.Goddy started strongly and scored quickly in the first part of the game but Great Paxton came out hard and scored four goals in the third quater.However, with goals from Matt Weekes (3) and one each from Asley Hehir, George Allgood, Nathan Brown and an excellent volley from Jack Forster, Goddy proved the stronger team and came out winners 7-4. MoM was Max Darer for invaluable teamwork throughout.SQUAD: Tom Mawson, Max Darer, Nathan Brown, Daniel Willoughby, Matt Weekes, Cameron Corden, George Allgood, Ashley Hehir, Jack Forster, Jack Gathercole.Hemingford ColtsAFTER a goal-less first half, the U13s put in a memorable second half display, recording a 5-0 win over West Wratting.Daniel Lew got the first two before Alex Mount made it three. Goerge Welch then got on the scoresheet but Lew had the last word, when a rasping shot found the net to give him a well-deserved hat-trick. SQUAD: Harry Williams, George Welch, Mickey Sheppard, Alex Mount, Luke English, Ben Lambert, Sammy Lindley, David King, Liam Hemming, Daniel Lew, Luke Andrews, George Moore.Huntingdon RowdiesROWDIES U14A eased passed their B team with a convincing 5-0 win. Wayne Childerley and Neil Macphee scored a brace each, with MoM Josh Dawkin completing the scoring.SQUAD: Jake Pinner, Ben Yeomans, Callum Barker, Joe Furness, Neil Macphee, Wayne Childerley, Alex Clipsham, Josh Sadler, Micky Drage, Liam Sancaster, Alex Abblitt, Josh Dawkin. THE U12s begun the new year with a hard fought 3-1 victory over Bar Hill Colts in the KO Cup. Goals came from Jake Thornton, Tom Dixon and Josh Goddard with MoM going to Adam Naylor. Jordon Carberry marked his return from injury with an impressive second half performance.SQUAD: Richard Brandon, Jordan Carberry, Lewis Clarke, Daniel Coles, Reece Crowsen, Tom Dixon, Matt Gaynor, Jordan Gilbanks, Josh Goddard, James Henderson, Adam Naylor, Jake Thornton, Elliot Webber.IT WAS another enthralling encounter when the U11Bs travelled to Saffron Walden Town. In a match played in fantastic spirit and sportsmanship the Rowdies were unfortunate to be on the wrong end of a 6-3 scoreline. There were many performances of note but a special mention must go to Harry Hackett for volunteering to take over the goalkeeping duties following an injury to the Rowdies regular keeper. The POM was Billie Barbary, who came on as sub to score her first goal for the Rowdies with the other goals coming from Jackson Stocker and Craig Holliday.SQUAD: Jake Leonce, Harry Hackett, Ryan Edwards, Joe Bennett, Craig Holliday, Zack Moore, Jackson Stocker, Ben Durrant, Jordan Carver, Connor Gordon, Elizabeth Tasker, Dominic Sibanda, Billie Barbary, Harry Grimwood.ROWDIES U10Bs beat Whittlesey 2-1 in a very entertaining match. Rowdies took the lead after a good cross from the right by Josh Dawson and Leshon Douglas struck the ball neatly to score the first goal, but Whittlesey were back on level terms just before the break. However, Ali John profited from good work by Leshon Douglas to seal the win.Brendan Leadbeatter-Smith and Josh Dawson shared PoM for their outstanding work in midfield. SQUAD: Leshon Douglas, Kurtis Langley, Josh Dawson, Ryan Palmer (Goalie), Ali John, Brendan Leadbeatter-Smith, James Hilton and Scott Hunter.Graveley THE U10 Reds drew 1-1 away to Buckden Juniors, with a deflected Kacey Nicholson strike being good enough for the point.Reds took the lead but Buckden got the equaliser early in the second half. After that, the game could have gone either way with both sides having chances, but both teams defended strongly to take a point each. MoM went to Alfie Judd for a great all round performance.SQUAD: Cameron Olley, David Hall, George Harris, Alfie Judd, Ben McConnell, Kacey Nicholson, Ben Rodgers.Little PaxtonTHE U8s started 2006 with a well earned draw against a battling St Ives team. After an exciting first half, in which James Pearman in the Paxton goal pulled off some excellent saves, St Ives broke the deadlock in the second period when the ball found the back of the net after a goalmouth scramble.Paxton continued to attack and were rewarded with an equaliser when Sean Haran scrapped for the ball on the halfway line and fought his way to the area where he just beat the keeper to the ball to force the draw. SQUAD: Jake Dexter, James Pearman, Alex Turner, Kyle Ottaway, Josh Matheson, Sean Haran, Can Pekdemir.NeedingworthTHE U11s fought to a 5-1 win over Godmanchester in freezing conditions made worse by sleet and snow. The season's top scorer Innes Christison found the net twice, Jamie Neve added one with an unusual left foot shot, and Ryan Pascoe again led from the front as captain with two goals and numerous crosses and corners. Needingworth capitalised on some hard training before Christmas and strung together some great passing moves with MoM Charlie Wood being instrumental in many of these. SQUAD: Tom Mount, Joseph Bradshaw, James Richardson, Joe Morris, Stephen Strickland, Matt Crossland, Charlie Wood, Sam Wood, Ryan Pascoe, Innes Christison, Jamie Neve.THE U10Bs lost their unbeaten league run after a 5-1 mauling to Godmanchester A. Needingworth were still feeling the effects of Christmas in the first half as they created very little in attack and were very disjointed as a team in contrast to Goddy, who raced into a 4-0 half-time lead.Needingworth improved in the second half and scored an early goal with an excellent snap shot by Bradley Maher, but Godmanchester scored a late goal to make the score 5-1. There were some good individual performances from Keenan Burke in attack and MoM Arnie Harvey, who was excellent throughout his first game back from injury.SQUAD: Joe Davies, Ashley Poole, Arnie Harvey, Keenan Burke, Jake Watling, Bradley Maher, Alex Cook, Tom Rayner, Michael Sparks, Liam Peacock.Priory ParksideTHE U13s crashed out of the KO Cup 6-2 to Ellesmere Eagles, despite a double from Ryan Baxter and MoM performance from Daniel Baxter.THE U12Bs beat Burwell Tigers 9-1, in the KO Cup first round, courtesy of goals from Lewis Miller (4), Matthew Nicholson (2), Nathan Donnacie (2) and Joseph Kokotka. MoM was Andy Leighton.SQUAD: Joseph Kokotka, Lewis Miller, Gregg Narbett, Karl Samal, Seb Hall, Nathan Donnachie, Joe Bradbury, Liam Brook, Jamie Green, Adam Williams, Kane Coombs, Aiden Stockwell, Andrew Leighton.IN their first game of 2006, the U10Bs played out an exciting 2-2 draw with Sawtry, with goals coming from Josh Chandler and an unfortunate Sawtry own goal.SQUAD: Rohan Garwood, Matt Hubner-Taylor, Jack Scott, Jack Jones-Scrutton, Harry Shipp, Josh Chandler, Oliver Broome, Tom Billson, Matt Dawson, Andrew Guliver, Oliver Broome,Tom Billson, Matt Dawson, Andrew Guliver. A LAST-GASP winner from Scott Davis gave Priory U10Ds all three points agaisnt Godmanchester.Lewis Garrett opened the scoring for Priory but Goddy equalised soon after before Davis sealed the win. MoM went to Matt Hunt.SQUAD: Charlie Carey, Ross Coulson, Shaun Crisp, Scott Davis, Lewis Garrett, Benn Hewick-Hill, Matthew Hunt, Jake Mancer, Callum Pease, Max Stevens. Ramsey RAMS U16s took a 3 -1 win against St Ives Rangers. Neil Dempsey bagged a brace and Richard O'Neill got the other. SQUAD: Ryan Withers, Scott Flisher, Sam Whiston, Brendan Harlock, Ben Rignall, Alex Mitchell, Joe Mitchell, Jamie Hutchcraft, Adam Taylor, Dan Smart, Liam Willis, Neil Dempsey, Richard O'Neill, Michael Cafferkey, James Markland, Sergio Cabral. MIKE Neil hit the consolation for the Rams U15s as they went down to top of the league Ely City B 10-1. SQUAD: Callum Morton, Ashley Rothery, Stephen Stewart, Cameron Belton, Kieron Payne, Jamie Higgins, Chris Roberts, Junior Setchell, Sean Hackett, Mike Neil, Corey Ferrell, Luke Kime, Craig Smith. THE U14s provided a strong team performance to claim a sucessful 3-1 win over Cambridge Magpies and a place in the Cambridge League Cup Final, courtesy of a Tom Power hat-trick. SQUAD: Sam Palmer, Steven Whitworth, Alex Brookmyre, Simon Cafferkey, Haydn Bailey, Sam Copeland, Ricky Darlow, Arron Martin, Tom Power, Chris Whitfield, Jourdan Webb, Travis Anderson, Jake Blundell, Sivakumar Janaghan. THE U11s were on form to seal a 3-0 win against Priory Parkside. Goals came from Robert Sayer (2) and the other from MoM Oliver Wright. SQUAD: Liam Gaynor, Sam Pettitt, Elliot Cafferkey, Tom Dimmock, Luke Warren, Elliot Smith, Oliver Bailey, Scott Duncan, Reuben Taylor, Andrew Shaw, Robert Sayer, Oliver Wright, Daniel Aubin, Matthew Bye. THE U10As took a 2-1 win aover Rangers P, with goals from Dan Short and Chris Redshaw. SQUAD: Tayla Evans, Alex Butson, Dan Short, Josh England, Ryan Judd, Sam Harvey, Liam Parish, Chris Redshaw.RAMS U8As took a 2-1 win against Priory Parkside R with Bradley McManus and Zak Stevens notching for the Rams and David Sayer taking MoM. SQUAD: David Sayer, Rowan Abraham, William Taylor, James Tortice, Oliver Jenkins, Zak Stevens, Jace Anderson, Bradley McManus. THE U8Bs took a 5-1 win against Priory Parkside T. Jordan Mayes hit a hat-trick and Daniel Wing bagged a brace. Matthew Burton kept Priory at bay, saving a penalty and several other shots. SQUAD: Matthew Burton, Daniel Wing, T J Harding, Rory Taggart, Rhys Pauline, Jordan Mays, Lewis Smith. SawtryTHE U10 Yellow Sox started 2006 with a tough away match at Priory B, and with both teams playing some excellent attacking football, it was the Yellow Sox who struck first through Charles Abblitt, and this gave them a 1-0 half-time lead. Priory came out in the second half in determined fashion and were rewarded with an equaliser, catching the Yellow Sox on the break. Priory then took the lead with a long range effort which squirmed in at the near post before Alex Parker scored a deserved equaliser, giving a final scoreline of 2-2. Yellow Sox MoM was Joshua Kelly, although it was an excellent all round team performance.SQUAD: Charlie Nelson, Joshua Kelly, Michel Bean, Alex Parker, Charles Abblitt, Shawn Winslow, Joe Phillips, Brandon Cole, Daniel Redhead.SAWTRY U10 Bluesox could not recover from 2-0 down against Priory in the sleet and snow, as the Parkside outfit took the points.In the second half, Sawtry battled bravely to try and salvage the game, but were unable to capitalise on any of the scoring chances that came their way. Priory were also unable to add to their total, the game finishing in near blizzard conditions at 0-2.SQUAD: Shaun Cooper, Daniel Godward, Daniel Burton, Jordon Conneely, Lewis Flowers, James Dinsdale, Michael McEachern, Liam Alexander, Ryan McCurdy.A FINE display of passing football saw Sawtry Yellow Sox overwhelm Buckden at the Memorial Ground.Hayden Cooper (4) and Ryan Burcham (3) were joined by Adam Kaminski, who fired home a brace. However, it was MoM Nathaniel Smith's direction from midfield that inspired the victory and epitomised the application of the Sawtry team.SQUAD: Haydn Baker, Ryan Burcham, Hayden Cooper, Oliver Howells, Adam Kaminski, David Lambert, Nathaniel Smith, Rhys Williams.St Ives RangersA FIVE goal win saw Rangers U15A beat Bottisham 5-0 to go through to the next round of the Cambs Knock Out Cup. Goals came from Steven Johnson (2), Luke Ackerman, Micheal Gore and Jaku Islam.THE U13As cruised into the second round of the KO Cup with an emphatic 8-0 win over Comberton Crusaders. Tom Spark opened the scoring with a low drive across the keeper for his first of the season. Strikes from Sam Davies (2) and Will Lygo (4) made the game safe before Matt Bloom added the finishing touch with his first goal for Rangers.GOALS galore was the order of the day for Rangers U13Bs, as they won 13-0 away at Wimblington Youth in the KO Cup. Rangers dominated the whole game against a Wimblington side that never gave up right to the end. Rangers had nine different goal scorers. Mark Howe got four, Craig Walters scored twice and there was one each for Tim Anderson, John Verrall, Matthew Pask, Johnny Peacock, Glen Tilbrook, Adam Maltby and Addison Mallon. MoM was Jake Kearley for his solid defensive display.CLEARLY refreshed from the break and determined to continue last year's great efforts, Rangers U12A played superbly in a comprehensive 8-0 win over Ely City. Captain Jack Prime started the scoring with a great shot from outside the box that looped over the stranded keeper before further strikes followed from Cameron Stephen, Tom Powell, Jonathan Lowther, Max Roberts and Adam Radley. A quality performance from Anthony Oliver, Max Roberts and Camerson Anderson saw Rangers control midfield and an excellent passing display from Jack Holliday saw him awarded the MoM award. SQUAD: Alessio Polvere, Scott Neighbour, Connor Withers, Jack Holliday, Anthony Oliver, Ryan Potts, Jonathan Lowther, Cameron Stephen, Cameron Anderson, Max Roberts, Jack Prime, Thomas Powell, Adam Radley.The U12Bs came away from Saffron Walden with a 3-2 win, courtesy of a fine comeback from 2-0 down. Captain Jack Rayner and Luke Sargent sent the game into extra time, before Rayner popped up again to seal the win and send Rangers through to the next round of the KO Cup.A SUPERB game of football saw Rangers U11A on top form, beating Chatteris 11-0. Tom Cornwell and Joe Westwood scored a hat-trick each with the rest of the goals coming from Mark Walker (2), Dan Jackson, James Morgan and Jonny Duncan. DESPITE a terrific performance, two goals conceded in the last five minutes meant a 3-1 defeat for Rangers U11Cs against high flying Godmanchester. The Rangers goalscorer was Jack Baker with the MoM going to Calum Ross. SQUAD: Adam Guitart,Josh Baker,Cuthbert Varley,Jack Baker,Kieran Enticknap,Calum Ross,Hannah Seymour-Shove, Tom Richards,Greg Opalinski,Jonny Perring,Ollie Brookes,Sam Taylor,Tom Stevenson, Simon Julyan.RANGERS U8Ms tasted success against Warboys for a second time, with an 8-0 win on a cold, snowy day. Rangers started the game well, and were able to take control early on because of some excellent individual performances, most notably from Micheal Scott, whose passing throughout the game was excellent and set up most of Rangers goals. The goals were scored by Ross Meagher (5), Michael Scott (2) and Sam Walker. The MoM award went to Cameron Pollock for his excellent defensive display in the last third. SQUAD: Calum Cleland, Cameron Haxell, Peter Masters, George Mead, Ross Meagher, Cameron Pollock, Michael Scott, Sam Walker.RANGERS U8Ps played out a hard fought 1-1 draw away against a very good Little Paxton side. John Paul Rogers scored his first goal for Rangers to secure the draw. Jonathan Good won MoM for some fine goalkeeping.SQUAD: Thomas Alfuth, Jonathan Good, Jay Kay Hudson, Aaron Price, Callum Reece, John Paul Rogers, Jordan Roitman, Luca Sarath.St NeotsTHE Sky Blues made a great start to the New Year by beating the top club in the divison, Cambridge Musketeers, 3-1. Shane Smith got the opener with a lovely strike before further goals from Gerry Horner and Jamie Page sealed the win. Perry had an excellent game in midfield and was given the MoM.SQUAD: Josh Whyte, Emerson White, Shane Smith, Dan Neilson, Jon-Jo Smith, Carl Lofty, Gerry Horner, Jamie Page, Perry, Keelin Rafflle, Jessie Bettle, Jo Salveno, Daryl Shorthall.THE U14s came away with a deserved 5-4 win at Arlesley, despite having only 10 fit players available for the game.Goals came from Richard Willard and Michael Hornby, who scored two each, before Ian Neves struck the winner with a low drive. MoM went to the whole team.SQUAD: Stephen Kerr, Bradley Clack, Liam Darrington, Brett Cooper, Luke Ellis, Ben Skeels, Ian Neves, Michael Hornby, Richard Willard, Ricky Allen, Calen Knipp, Mitchel Neal, Lee Chapman, Ryan Pitchford, Jake Hoy, Jake Mayes.ST NEOTS U10s got off to a great start in 2006 with a convincing 9-0 win over Godmanchester B.In an outstanding team performance, goals came from hat-trick hero Louis Sands, Jack Bowen (2), Thom Fordham (2), and one from Martin Faulkner. MoM was Ethan Page with an outstanding performance. SQUAD: Martin Faulkner, Louis Sands, Thom Fordham, Thom Hemingway, Ethan Page, Pendar Buckley, Simon Barker, Jack Bowen, Matt Keaton, Oliver Fox. THE U9s played twice against Melbourn, winning the first game 5-1 and the second 13-0.In the first game, goals came MoM Lewis Davis (2), Samuel Pritchard, Ben Hickling and Dominic Smith,In the second game goals came from Ross Pririe (3) MoM Jay Wells (3), Cameron Crisp (4), Dominic Smith (2) and Samuel Pritchard. SQUAD: Alex Francis, Ben Kearns, Lewis Davies, Matthew Gilbert, Ben Hickling, Raj Sunner, Dominic Smith, Jack Brown, Cameron Crisp, Samuel Pritchard, Jay Wells, Ross Pirie, Aaron Ward. WarboysWARBOYS U12s beat Soham United Youth in the first round of the KO Cup.In an excellent first half display, a Bradley Hinson goal was good enough to secure Warboys' place in the second round. MoM was James Trafford.