COLTS FOOTBALL Under-7 Littleport 12 Mepal 1 LITTLEPORT were back to top form with a great win away at Mepal. Their passing movement and endless running on and off the ball gave Mepal a hard time. Calvin Locke (5), Finn Cater (3) and Ellis Yearn (2) score
Littleport 12 Mepal 1
LITTLEPORT were back to top form with a great win away at Mepal. Their passing movement and endless running on and off the ball gave Mepal a hard time. Calvin Locke (5), Finn Cater (3) and Ellis Yearn (2) scored plus two own goals took the total to 12. Mepal scored a late consolation goal in the final quarter.
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Witchford Colts 5 Stretham Sporting 4
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WITCHFORD'S Jack Sheridan put the home side in front near the end of the first quarter. Within two minutes Max Loker had doubled Witchford's lead.
In the second and third quarters poor defending by Witchford allowed Stretham back in and they roared into a 4-2 lead with just one quarter left to play.
Inspired by a Man of the Match performance from Sheridan, Witchford dominated the final period and drew level with goals from Patrick Ryan and Finlay Peters before Sheridan got the winner in the last minute.
Witchford Colts A 1 Stretham Sporting A 4
A disappointing performance from the Witchford boys saw them three goals down before they had got out of the starting blocks. A sole goal by Nathan Francis just before half time was the only highlight of the first half. They had more chances in the second half but never managed to pick up the pace and conceded another goal later on.
Burwell Tigers 4 Soham Town Colts 1
SOHAM created some quick passing moves in the first half with Conan Isaacson, Ross Davey and Sean Turner working well together. Jacob Balkuta was strong in defence and Kyle Allgood seemed to be everywhere, making some crunching tackles and deservedly winning Man of the Match.
Tigers took their opportunities, scoring two goals, then Conan Isaacson pulled one back for the Colts before the end of the first half.
Soham had a chance early in the second half but Burwell went straight to the other end and added their third. Soham continued to work hard but Burwell added a fourth to seal their victory.
Littleport Town 3 Bottisham 1
PORT continued their push for promotion with a good display against a hard working Bottisham team. Port took the lead when Nico Bishop scored just before half time following some good midfield play. The second half saw the visitors put pressure on the home team but Port's back four stood firm. Bishop then scored two quick goals. The visitors scored a consolation goal near the end but Port closed out the game for a fine win.
Ely Crusaders 12 St Ives Rangers B 0
Ely put in a good all round performance to go on a goal scoring marathon. They were four up at half time with goals from Ryan Lowe, Cameron Robb (2) and Lewis Buxton.
Within minutes of the start of the second half Arthur Dickinson scored and Robb got his hat trick. Buxton scored his second and Hopkin got one. Dan Jones slotted another one home and Robb scored his fourth, before Jones got his second from a long shot curled into the top corner. The final goal came near the end of the game.
NST Strikers 0 v Soham Town Colts 1
SOHAM finished their season with a closely fought game against second placed NST Strikers.
Soham dominated the first half, creating many chances, and Dan Whitwell scored the only goal of the game.
Balsham 2 Witchford 6
WITCHFORD started quite slowly and, after eight minutes, Balsham scored. Witchford picked up their game and Paul Dewey replied with a great shot from 25yards, followed by a Sam Barber goal. A super cross from Lawrence Carey for Jak Thompson made the score 3-1 to Witchford. Reece Jarvis scored the fourth then Balsham then hit back with their second. Witchford took charge again and Ollie Kerridge scored the fifth. A great pass from Ben Pauley set up Jak Thompson to get his second, and Witchford their sixth and the win.
Godmanchester Rovers B 0 Ely Crusaders 3
ELY Crusaders travelled to Godmanchester for their final game of the season and
were on the attack from the start with a Philip Cowlan goal.
The second half saw Bartlett score. Only moments later Ely were able to increase their lead with an excellent pass from midfielder Aaron Smith to Bartlett who was able to double his tally and seal the win for Ely.