Colts Football Round-Up: Week Seven

PUBLISHED: 17:13 04 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:46 04 May 2010

ALL the action from across Colts football Under10s Littleport 4 Stretham 2 TWO goals from Matty Law helped Port overcome a well-organised Stretham side.   A goal from Tommy Jenkins and one from Luke Mansfield also helped in a solid win for Port. Man-of-t

ALL the action from across Colts football


Littleport 4

Stretham 2

TWO goals from Matty Law helped Port overcome a well-organised Stretham side. A goal from Tommy Jenkins and one from Luke Mansfield also helped in a solid win for Port. Man-of-the-match for Port was Lewis Beeton who had a great all-round game on the wing helping equally in defence and attack.

Witchford Colts 3

Soham Utd 1

WITCHFORD started well and dominated the early exchanges with some neat passing football.

Witchford eventually broke the deadlock through Adam Jay who reacted quickest to stab the ball home. Witchford doubled their advantage following a Soham corner which was cleared up field to Callum Munden who fired home. Munden then turned provider, setting up Ben Lymer to score and seal the points.

Ely Crusaders 3

Mepal Sports 1

CRUSADERS triumphed against local rivals Mepal in a competitive encounter.

It was Crusaders who opened the scoring as George Leech's long-range free kick deceived the Mepal goalkeeper and found the net, however a Mepal fight back saw them draw level from a corner.

In the second-half Jake Butler's efforts were rewarded as he fired high into the Mepal net. James Barrett sealed the points late on with a side footed effort.

Bottisham 2

Haddenham Rovers Colts 2

HADDENHAM extended their unbeaten run to over 12 months with a fighting draw at Bottisham.

Rovers were quick out of the blocks and took the lead on 2 minutes when captain Jake Alsop scored. Rovers increased their lead on 15 minutes when Josh Lowe slotted home on the angle. Bottisham came back strongly in the 2nd half and pulled a goal back with 12 minutes remaining. With only give minutes remaining Bottisham equalised on the break and the game ended in a draw.


Ely Crusaders 2

Waterbeach 0

ELY weathered a first half of pressure from a physical Waterbeach side but managed to hold on to finish the half 0-0 with Kyle Thurston and Rhys Peckham solid in defence. Ely played much better in the second half and enjoyed most of the possession with Max Wright scoring both goals to see Ely progress to the next round.


Hemingford 2

Isleham United 5

ISLEHAM picked up a comfortable win with a strong all round team performance. Isleham opened the scoring after six minutes through Ross Grant-Royall who secured his first goal for the club. Aidan O'Brien picked up a rebound and rifled the ball into the net to double Isleham's advantage.

Kieran Fitchett converted a second half penalty bringing the visitors tally to three before James Sykes and Jamie Eavis rounded off the scoring for Isleham.


Girton Colts 0

Haddenham Rovers 9

AFTER an equal first five minutes Rovers were awarded a penalty which Alex Lowe quickly dispatched.

Then Tyrell Barrett's through ball was calmly finished by the battling Rowan Shergold. Rovers hit Girton quickly after the break through Lowe and Kieran Drummond .More goals came from Lowe,Matthew Morton and Jake Bartolozzi. Lowe then added his fourth with a lovely lofted shot and Shergold added his second with a well taken one on one against the keeper.

Littleport 2

Comberton Crusaders 1

PORT produced their best performance of the season to beat Comberton.

Port took the lead through Ryan Bamber who netted with a ferocious drive from just outside the area.

The second half saw Crusaders draw level through a penalty but Port rallied and took the game courtesy of Harlee Cater, who smashed home from close range.


Ely Crusaders 10

Warboy Colts 3

ELY hit double figures in a thrilling win over Warboys.

Phil Cowlan opened the scoring early for Ely but they were pegged back by the visitors soon after.

Jon Bartlett restored Ely's lead minutes later though, and the floodgates opened for Crusaders with further goals from Cowlan (2), Bartlett (3), Sam Young (2) and an own goal completing the rout.

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