Colts Football Round Up: Week Six
ALL the action from across Colts Football Under 10s Cherry Hinton Lions 3 Ely Crusaders: 2 A DISSAPOINTED Crusaders returned from Cherry Hinton having failed to progress in the knock out cup. Jake Butler headed home to open the scoring for Ely in the
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Cherry Hinton Lions 3
Ely Crusaders: 2
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A DISSAPOINTED Crusaders returned from Cherry Hinton having failed to progress in the knock out cup.
Jake Butler headed home to open the scoring for Ely in the first half but Lions came back strong in the second and took the lead.
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Crusaders deservedly drew level as James Barrett released Lewis Hook and his powerful run and assured finish, high into the Cherry Hinton net, brought the match to 2-2. Though Ely were now in the ascendancy it was another error which gave Lions the decisive goal as Crusaders were clinically punished.
(Witchford win 1-0 on pens)
WITCHFORD made it through to the next round of the cup with a nail-biting penalty shoot-out win.
With a goal from Spencer Saberton in the first-half and an extra-time strike from Trey Webber the game was deadlocked at 2-2 forcing the tie to be decided by means of penalty kicks. In the shoot-out only Tommy Corlito managed to net for either side as both of the goalkeepers made a strong of saves. Fortunately for Witchford though, keeper James Edwards made the crucial fifth save to hand his side victory.
Gamlingay United 1
Isleham United 2
ISLEHMAM dominated from the start despite playing with only nine men. Sean Ward opened the scoring on seven minutes before a long range strike by Aidan O'Brien made it 2-0. After the break the visitors had chances to increase their lead, but were caught out themselves as Gamlingay scored from a free kick making it 1-2.
WITCHFORD dominated play from the first whistle with good passing from the back, right through mid field to the front, with the break through coming mid way through the first half when Georgia Day fired home. Histon replied soon after on the break and kicked on in the second half as they made the most of their chances.
Cambourne Eagles 3
Haddenham Rovers 0
IN a hard fought first half, Rovers kept Cambourne at bay with some solid defending from the back four. Rovers pushed for a goal but James Beary and Rowan Shergold's efforts were cancelled out by the Cambourne keeper. In the second half Rovers sent on Tyrrell Barrett and Andrew Goddard to freshen things up, but was the same as the first half, both teams cancelling each other out. With twenty minutes left Cambourne were awarded a penalty and slotted home to take the win.
Godmanchester Rovers 0
Littleport Town 4
PORT returned to action following the big freeze and struggled and picked up a convinving win. Port took the lead when Charlie Bowditch turned well in the box to fire past the keeper. Port doubled their lead just before half time when Tom Beresford tapped in from close range. Port wrapped the game up from a corner Jake Kennedy scored his first league goal with a good header with Beresford adding number four when he rounded the keeper to score into an empty net.
Soham Town Colts 4
Ely Crusaders 0
SOHAM ran out comfortable winners in the hotly contested local derby.
Soham imposed their authority from the beginning and opened the scoring after a James Seymour emphatically headed home. A second goal was added with Dan Driver setting up Michal Rola to slot home from the edge of the box.. The third came in the second-half when Dan Driver fired in from an acute angle. James Seymour completed the scoring with a close range finish.