Colts Football Round-up

ALL the action from across Colts football Under 10s Ely Crusaders 0 Stretham Hotspur A 0 CRUSADERS battled to a draw against Stretham Hotspurs in a game that produced few clear opportunities. Early during the game, Ely struggled to contend with Streth

ALL the action from across Colts football

Under 10s

Ely Crusaders 0

Stretham Hotspur A 0


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CRUSADERS battled to a draw against Stretham Hotspurs in a game that produced few clear opportunities.

Early during the game, Ely struggled to contend with Stretham's direct approach with the ball frequently in and around the Crusaders penalty area.

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Lewis Hook fashioned the clearest chance of the half when he broke away from within his own half only to push his shot just wide.

An early chance for James Barrett could have put Ely ahead in the first minute of the second half however his effort bounced to safety off the post.

Under 11s

Witchford Colts A 16

Sutton Rangers 0

WITCHFORD took control of the game with first half goals by Matthew Loades (2), Davie Thompson (2), Jack Loveday (2), Nathan Francis (2), Daniel Chapman, Charlie O'Connor and an unfortunate own goal by Sutton. Witchford continued to dominate after the break with some great football being played. More goals by Thompson, Francis, Loveday and Chapman (2) finished with four of the team on a hat-trick in their best win of the season.

Under 13s

Stretham Sporting 6

Warboys 1

STRETHAM secured promotion after a comprehensive victory over Warboys.

The home side played some great passing football from the start and had Warboys up against it early.

Eventually Sporting's pressure told and goals from Josh Robinson (2) Liam Woolard (2) and Colt Harvey (2) secured a fine victory.

Man of the match was Liam Woolard who marshaled the midfield admirably.

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