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PUBLISHED: 11:30 04 October 2007 | UPDATED: 12:52 04 May 2010

YOUTH FOOTBALL Under-9 Burwell Swallows 3 Haddenham Rovers Colts 2 ROVERS came back from two goals behind only to be thwarted in the last minute in an epic encounter against Swallows. Burwell led the match by two goals but Josh Lowe netted twice to level

YOUTH FOOTBALL

Under-9

Burwell Swallows 3

Haddenham Rovers Colts 2

ROVERS came back from two goals behind only to be thwarted in the last minute in an epic encounter against Swallows.

Burwell led the match by two goals but Josh Lowe netted twice to level the scores.

Haddenham pushed for the winner but Burwell broke to score the late winner.

Rovers: W Darlington, J Alsop, M Wright, J Lowe, N Threadgold, C Tunnell, J Alsop, M Beary, K Petty.

Witchford Colts 2 Isleham Utd 3

WITCHFORD opened the scoring through Ben Lymer before Isleham restored parity from the restart.

United took advantage of loose defending to go ahead but Lymer's superb free-kick brought Witchford back level.

The visitors looked hungrier for the win and they broke to score a third.

Under-10

Witchford Colts A 0

Ely Crusaders 6

ELY were quick out of the blocks and scored three times to take control at the break.

Witchford improved and hit the crossbar twice in the second half but Ely countered with three more goals.

Witchford's man of the match was Euan Gilmour.

Witchford: Daniel Chapman, Ruairidh MacDonald, Matthew Loades, Nathan Francis, Harry Braybrooke, Daniel Scott, Euan Gilmour, Nathan Parker, George Smith.

Under-11

Soham United 1 Histon Hornets 1

SOHAM ended their three-game losing streak with an excellent draw against the table-toppers.

Histon caught Soham cold to score at the beginning of the second half but Soham dug in and Alex Theobald scored a brilliant individual goal to earn United a deserved point.

Man of the match for Soham was Jordan Chambers.

Saffron Walden Town 4

Witchford Colts 1

CONCEDING two goals in the first five minutes proved costly as Witchford lost out in this first round cup tie.

Saffron Walden scored two further goals in the second half before Josh Murfitt's goal gave Witchford a consolation.

The Witchford man of the match was Tommy Corlito.

Witchford: Brandon Phillips, Eddie Bowles, Hugh Lawrence, Charlie Scott, David Mayle, James Edwards, Tommy Corlito, Spencer Saberton, Al Hewitt, Ben Goad, Josh Murfitt, Hayden Brown, Connor Meads, Sam Robbins and Nat.

Under-12

Littleport Town 10 NST Strikers 2

TOWN recorded their first win of the season in style with a brilliant performance against Strikers.

Colt Harvey scored five goals in the first half while Ethan Povey and Cristiano also found the back of the net to give Littleport a 7-0 lead at the break.

Strikers reduced the arrears with two goals but Town continued to dominate and Tom Wakefield netted before Harvey scored another two to take his tally to seven.

Littleport: Morgan Coleridge, Ben Wakefield, Thomas Green, Gareth Ball, Tommy Faulkner, Tom Wakefield, Ethan Povey, Jamie Davidson, Harlee Cater, Cristiano, Colt Harvey, Keaton Aggaswal.

Haddenham Rovers Colts 3 Witchford Colts 1

A BLISTERING hat-trick from Haddenham's striker Tyrell Barrett secured an excellent victory against a well organised Witchford team.

Barrett netted his first on 24 minutes and scored a second on the stroke of half-time.

Witchford came back strongly at the start of the second period and reduced the deficit but Barrett completed his hat-trick to win the match.

Haddenham: E Littlefield, R Padmore, T Hall, L Roberts, C Threadgold, R Nangle, K Drummond, J Snooks, F Peck, A Lowe, M Morton, T Barrett, O Holden, J Falconer.

Witchford Girls 3

Cambourne Rovers 2

WITCHFORD came back from 2-0 down to win their first game of the season.

Georgia Day put Witchford back in the game and Hannah Dewey levelled the scores before the break.

Chloe Minall hit the crossbar before girl of the game, Day, sealed the victory with her second goal.

Witchford: Megan Holden, Hannah Dewey, Chloe Minall, Chloe Mynott, Zoe MacDonald, Sarah Lappin, Hollie Augustus, Rebecca Lowe, Georgia Day, Leanne Wilding, Eleanor Grace, Esme Wright.

Under-13

Lakenheath 2 Littleport Town 7

TOWN produced a fine performance to secure a comfortable away win at Lakenheath.

Ben Hawkins opened the scoring for Town, who went on to score three more in the first half thanks to Nico Bishop's brace and Joseph Murfitt's strike.

Lakenheath scored either side of the break but 'Port continued to push forward and the unstoppable Bishop netted three more to take the points.

Town: Ezra Collins, Arron Heaps, Jake Kennedy, Ben Jewitt, Charlie Bowditch, Kiaran Phillips, Cameron James, Billy Carter, Joseph Murfitt, Nico Bishop (c), Ben Hawkins, Carl Lightfoot, Jake Browning.

Cambridge Musketeers 1

Soham Town Colts 4

COLTS booked their place in the next round of the Tesco Cup with a fine win in Cambridge.

Jez Marshall and Robson Barker gave Soham a 2-0 lead at the break. The home side pulled back a goal but Charlie Follis and Marshall hit the target to send Soham through.

Isleham 2 Histon Hornets 1

ISLEHAM had to come back from a goal down to see off Histon Hornets.

Histon's half-time lead was cancelled out by Ellis before man of the match Jordan Theobald netted the winner for Isleham.

Under-14

Fordham Hammers 8

Royston Celtic 3

FORDHAM Hammers moved to the top of the league with an emphatic win.

Celtic opened the scoring but Hammers hit back to make the half-time score 2-2.

Fordham were much better in the second half and goals from summer signings Ross Pears, Tristan Bacon and Tom Duff helped to give the home side the points.

Haverhill 1 Ely Crusaders 8

ELY cruised to their second high-scoring victory in successive weeks.

Luke Hayes' brace put them on track before Haverhill netted their solitary goal.

Two goals from Alfa Balde and another from Ryan Lowe put Ely 5-1 up at the break.

Balde completed his hat-trick and Cameron Robb got on to the scoresheet before Lowe rounded-off the scoring.

Crusaders: George Bannister, Joe Dalton, Jake Hopkin, Michael F.D., Alex Minall, Lewis Buxton, Nick Kyndt, Alfa Balde, Ryan Lowe, Cameron Robb, Luke Hayes, Jacques Odell Rourke, Daniel Twinn, Daniel Jones, Pawel Kalasa.

Under-15

Comberton Crusaders 1

Soham Town Colts 8

SOHAM'S opener from Elliot Drewery was cancelled out by Crusaders but Town hit back to win in style.

Man of the match Drewery went on to score three more in the first period.

Dan Whitwell added a fifth and the superb Drewery scored three more to complete the win.

Soham: Charlie Wills, Josh Heaps, Dan Sadler, Simon Murfitt, Dan Brook, Dan Whitwell, James Seymour, Josh Nunn, Graham Carson, Ryan Saban, Elliot Drewery, Ryan Brook, Joel Frey, Dalton Isaacson, Dan Driver.

Ely City 2 Newmarket Town 5

ELY took a deserved lead when Frazer Shipp netted an early goal.

However, Newmarket took control with three goals in 10 minutes to lead 3-1 at the break.

Newmarket scored a fourth but Matt Waites responded with Ely's second. Town completed a decisive win with a fifth.

Under-17

Cambs Colts League U17 League Cup

Soham Town Colts 0

Fulbourn Falcons 4

SOHAM battled hard and showed promise against a very good Falcons team.

Fulbourn netted one goal in the first half and three more after the break.

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