Youth Football Round-Up: Week Three
PUBLISHED: 17:08 26 January 2009 | UPDATED: 10:43 04 May 2010
ALL the best action from across Colts football Under10s STRETHAM played their hearts out in a tight match. Stretham started the match in fine style testing the Sawston keeper on a number of occasions. Streham keeper Kieran Penny also pulled off three fi
ALL the best action from across Colts football
STRETHAM played their hearts out in a tight match.
Stretham started the match in fine style testing the Sawston 'keeper on a number of occasions. Streham keeper Kieran Penny also pulled off three fine saves that kept Stretham in the contest. Harry Alexander and Max Bovingdon both beat the Sawston 'keeper but hit the uprights. With four minutes left on the clock Sawston struck from 15 yards out with a fine shot, sending Stretham out.
Newmarket Town 0
Haddenham Rovers Colts 2
HADDENHAM Rovers Colts Under 10's surged into the quarter finals of the knockout cup. The deadlock was eventually broken 10 minutes into the 2nd half when Akinwumi turned in Lowe's near post corner. Newmarket battled back into the game but Mat Wright, Jake Alsop and Kieran Petty kept control of the midfield and Joseph Alsop remained solid in defence. With five minutes remaining Charlie Tunnell made a fantastic surging run out of the defence, releasing the ball as he was fouled, and the referees good advantage allowed Josh Lowe to side foot home.
Ely Crusaders 6
Chesterton Eagles 0
ELY started the brighter and it wasn't long before superb attacking play afforded Finley Logan the first goal from a tap in. Max Wright then scored twice with Chris Lewis and Max Russell bagging a goal a piece to make it 5-0 at the break. Ely managed to sneak one late in the second half with defender Kyle Thurston coming up from the back to score.
ISLEHAM gave a spirited performance against Girton but eventually succumbed. Isleham had a good share of possession in the early stages, but missed scoring chances. Girton soon got into their stride and took the lead. After the interval Girton begun to gain the upper hand and bagged two more. A penalty gave Girton their next goal making it 0-5. Some excellent play from Aidan O'Brien and Callum Wilkinson culminatied in a cracking goal from Sean Ward.
'PORT produced one of their best displays of the season to beat Brampton.
Brampton opened the scoring by squeezing home a whipped corner.
A great through ball from Lindon Collen set away Ryan Bamber who outpaced the defence to score the equaliser.
Harlee Cater hit the bar after some good play and Bamber shot hit the post after good football.Tom Green then played Bamber through again for a superb winner for Port.
Littleport Town 5
Chatteris Town 2
'PORT cruised into the semis with an emphatic victory against Chatteris.
Port took control early on when Tom Beresford collected a through ball to slot it past the keeper. Ashley Pettit got the second following some good passing football, Port continued to play well and from a Pettit cross Beresford was on hand to tap in. Just before the break Pettit ran the length of the pitch to smash in number four. Luke Thompson then made the game safe late on.
Willingham Wolves 1
Soham Town 1
SOHAM went into the match as underdogs as Willingham had played 6 and won 6 so far this season. Soham started the brighter of the two sides and took and early lead when Michal Rola played in James Seymour who Soham in front. This spurred Willingham into action and after a series of corners they got their equalizer after an in swinging corner beat the Soham keeper. Charlie Wills the Soham keeper pulled off a tremendous double save in the dying moments of the game.