Colts Football Round-up: Week Five
ALL the best action from across the district s Colts football Under 10s Newmarket A 0 Stretham Sporting 11 A FINE performance from Stretham led them to a convincing win at Newmarket. Five goals from Charlie McManus, a hat trick for Harry Alexander a br
ALL the best action from across the district's Colts football
Newmarket A 0
Stretham Sporting 11
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A FINE performance from Stretham led them to a convincing win at Newmarket.
Five goals from Charlie McManus, a hat trick for Harry Alexander a brace from Kieran Penny and a goal from Max Bovingdon secured a great away win. Man of the match was Charlie.
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MILTON COLTS 2
ELY CRUSADERS 8
AFTER going behind early on, a Max Wright hat trick saw Crusaders go in 3-1 up at half time.
Both teams played good football in the second half, but Ely's superior ball retention edged the game in their favour. Further goals by Max Wright, Sam Lowe (2), Finlay Logan and Edward Kratz gave Ely an 8-2 victory. The pick of the goals was the 25 yard drive from Edward Kratz which struck the cross bar, before crossing the line.
Isleham United 6
Gamlingay United 2
ISLEHAM came from a goal down to secure a comfortable win against Gamlingay.
Gamlingay opened the scoring in the second half causing the home side to spark into life.
A corner from Aidan O'Brien was tapped home by Thomas Griffin to level the score. Isleham quickly took the lead with a cracking long range strike from O'Brien. Connor Smacchi's cross was collected by Sean Ward who chipped the ball past the visiting keeper for 3-1. O'Brien capped an outstanding performance with another long range shot making it 4-1. Ward scored two further goals to complete his hat-trick putting the game beyond Gamlingay's reach.
NST Strikers 4
Littleport Town 4
PORT were two down inside five minutes before Kieran Phillips pulled one back with a great long range shot.
NST always looked dangerous on the attack and they scored a third before half time. Port created numerous chances with Harlee Cater, Ben Goad and Moses Adupa all hitting the woodwork. Before Tom Green forced home from close range to give Port some hope. Port dominated much of the second half and goals from Goad and Adupa looked to have won the game for Port however a late free kick claimed a point for NST.
NST Colts 0
Soham Town Colts 3
SOHAM started the stronger and created some early chances with James Seymour and Graham Carson going close.
Soham took the lead 15 minutes in when Simon Murfitt netted his first of the season from close range.
Soham continued to dominate into the second half and got a second goal when Dan Whitwell's chipped free kick was headed in by Ollie Kerridge. Town sealed the points when Carson smashed home into the roof of the net for 3-0. Charlie Wills pulled of a great save late on to preserve his clean sheet.