Soham Town Under-11s Win Cambs Mini League Final

PUBLISHED: 11:59 13 May 2008 | UPDATED: 10:23 04 May 2010

Soham Town Under-11s

Soham Town Under-11s

COLTS FOOTBALL Under-8 Witchford Colts 10 Burwell Swallows 3 WITCHFORD ended the season as they began with an emphatic win at home, this time against Burwell. The visitors scored first and briefly threatened to cause an upset, with the score at 4-3, but W

COLTS FOOTBALL

Under-8

Witchford Colts 10 Burwell Swallows 3

WITCHFORD ended the season as they began with an emphatic win at home, this time against Burwell. The visitors scored first and briefly threatened to cause an upset, with the score at 4-3, but Witchford kept going and were comfortable winners.

Top scorer, Max Loker scored five, bringing his season's total to and incredible 62 goals. Two goals from Jack Sheridan, one each from Henry Green and Jordan Emms and a Burwell own goal completed the scoring.

Witchford: Henry Green, Jordan Emms, Finlay Peters, Patrick Ryan, Jack Sheridan. Max Loker, Toby Rowsell, Bradley Nicholas, Jack Laud

Under-9

Soham Utd A 0 Haddenham Rovers Colts 1

HADDENHAM Rovers Colts made it six wins on the trot in their season's penultimate league match against a highly competitive Soham Utd A team.

The game's only goal eventually came in the 25th minute when Matthew Wright picked up the ball in midfield, beat two defenders before poking home past the advancing keeper.

Haddenham Man of the Match: Kieran Petty.

Haddenham: Will Darlington, Matthew Wright, Jake Alsop, Charlie Tunnell, Ricky Sawyer, Joseph Alsop, Matthew Beary, Kieran Petty, Joshua Akinwumi,

Josh Lowe, Nick Threadgold

Ely Crusaders 4 Soham Utd 3

CRUSADERS secured a gritty win, away to Soham B, in their final fixture of the season.

Soham opened the scoring, then added a second, as they dominated the first 20 minutes, with Crusaders struggling to find any of the cohesion they have displayed in recent games. Eventually an Ely fightback started as Lewis Hook's explosive run and finish, from a tight angle, brought them back into the match. Then, moments later, he fired home a penalty to make it 2 -2 at the interval.

Soham scored early in the second half, but Crusaders' Hook responded immediately with his fourth hat-trick of the campaign. The winner came from James Barrett's right foot and Crusaders ended the season on a high.

Crusaders: J.Barrett, A.Brown, J.Butler, S.Felton, E.Frodsham, T.Funnell, L.Hook (MOM), E.Jeckells, G.Leech, J.Marston, S.Scarborough, J.Spittles

Under-10s

Witchford Colts A 1 Newmarket Town 3

A close game on a hot sunny day to finish the season off. Newmarket went ahead by two during the first half with Matthew Loades managing to gain one back just before half time. Both teams were evenly matched throughout but Newmarket just took a chance to score another during a thrilling second half, leaving Witchford no further chances to come back. A disappointing end to a great season for the Witchford boys.

Witchford: Daniel Chapman, Matthew Loades, Nathan Francis, Daniel Scott, Nathan Parker, Charlie O'Connor, Ruairidh MacDonald, Euan Gilmour, George Smith

Under-11

Azteks Juniors 0 Soham Town Colts 1

SOHAM Town Colts completed an excellent season by winning the Under 11s cup final at Cambridge City.

Soham took the lead when they won a free kick on the edge of the box and Jordan Turpin struck the dead ball through the wall and into the net.

The second half was tense and the match could have gone either way but in the end remained goalless. Connor Cotterill was excellent in goal for Soham, making a series of stops including a brilliant finger tip save. Azteks never gave up and continued to press the Soham goal and take the match it into extra time but the Colts were resilient and held strong until the final whistle signalled the start of Soham's celebration.

Soham Town Colts under11 team celebrate after winning the Cambs Mini League Cup Final.

Under-13

Comberton Crusaders 1 Littleport Town 5

LITTLEPORT Town secured the under 13D league title on Sunday with an impressive away win at Comberton. Needing a win or a draw, Port struggled to find any rhythm in the early stages and found themselves a goal down after 10 minutes. Port got back on level terms through Nico Bishop and the same player was on hand to finish well from Carl Lightfoot's brilliant pass. In the second half Port took control of the game and Luke Thompson scored two headers from Ben Hawkins corners and Bishop grabbed his third of the game to take his season's tally to 86. The whole Port team played well to win their first league title.

Littleport: Josh Brown, Arron Heaps, Charlie Bowditch, Jake Kennedy, Kiaran Phillips, Ben Hawkins, Joseph Murfitt, Ezra Collins, Luke Thompson, Ben Jewitt, Nico Bishop(c), Carl Lightfoot, Camaron James

Littleport Town under-13s won their first League title on Sunday with an away game at Comberton.

Under-16s

ELY Crusaders took part in Sunday's Youth Day at Mildenhall Town Ground, playing in the Challenge Cup against Mildenhall Town.

This exciting game was played in good spirit and ended in a 1-1 draw. The tension continued when the game had to be decided by penalties. After the first five penalties the teams were still tied to 2-2 and went into sudden death. Mildenhall took the first shot which missed, leaving Ely Crusaders skipper, Chris McGuire, to score to take the trophy.

Ely Crusaders under-16s squad members pictured with their medals and Challenge Cup trophy: Ali Bailey, Jon Bartlett, Callum Byrne, George Byrne, Philip Cowlan, Kurt Farr, Philip Hardiment, Daniel Hatchett, Michael King, Sam Males, Chris McGuire (Captain), Alex Pedersen, Aaron Smith, Theo Squires. Also pictured: Manager Andy Farr. Missing squad members: Tom King, Ben Maynard, Michael Smith, Josh Warner.

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