Mepal prove Miles better

Under-Eight Division E Stretham Sporting 1 Mepal Sports 10 FIVE goals from Miles Jamieson, three from George Fenner and one each for Heidi Pate and Jamie Webb saw Mepal Sports storm home. Good defending and midfield play from Mepal s Aaron Lord, Callum A

Under-Eight Division E

Stretham Sporting 1

Mepal Sports 10

FIVE goals from Miles Jamieson, three from George Fenner and one each for Heidi Pate and Jamie Webb saw Mepal Sports storm home.

Good defending and midfield play from Mepal's Aaron Lord, Callum Angood, Sam Evans, Jordon Jones and Jack Bevis, along with some fine saves from Mepal's Jonathan Threadgold, stopped the scoreline being closer.

In the final stages of the match Stretham's determination produced a well-deserved goal.

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Mepal: Callum Angood, Jack Bevis, Sam Evans, George Fenner, Miles Jamieson, Jordan Jones, Aaron Lord, Heidi Pate, Jonathan Threadgold, Jamie Webb.

Under-17 Division B

Ely Crusaders 6 Lakenheath Youth 2

CRUSADERS took advantage of a lacklustre Lakenheath side to take the lead through Matt Constable.

The second came as Matt Gedny slotted home an Ian Walters through ball. Gedny made it 3-0 and completed his hat-trick with a spectacular volley.

Giles Hennebry got on the scoresheet to make it 5-0 before Lakenheath got their first. Hennebry got his second before a 'Heath penalty rounded off the scoring.

Crusaders: W Fleet, D Sawalhi, A Harrison, S Farrow, S Waddelow, J Sizer, M Bage, I Walters, M Constable, M Gedny, G Hennebry, G Arbon, R Twin, L Speed.

Under-15 Division A

Littleport Town 4 Chesterton Eagles 1

Littleport were forced to defend as the visitors applied early pressure.

A quick break, however, saw Sean Monigatti put clear and he confidently beat the advancing keeper.

Poor finishing meant the lead was not extended until just before the interval, when Monigatti again raced free and guided home his shot via the far post.

The visitors renewed their efforts in the second half and, after striking the bar, they were awarded a penalty following a foul by Rob Wilson. The keeper redeemed himself by saving the kick.

Soon after, a mistake in midfield allowed a visiting forward to drive a shot inside the far post and cut the deficit.

With 15 minutes left, a Chesterton midfield player was sent off.

The home side took advantage and within minutes Monigatti completed his hat-trick from close range.

As the final whistle approached, Dan Bell broke through the visitors' defence, rounded the keeper and then rolled the ball past two despairing players into the net.

Littleport: Rob Wilson, Chris Brown, Tom Evans, Matt Fuller, John Kelly, Luke Williams, Lee Fuller, James Elliott, Dan Bell, Sean Monigatti, Jamie Birston, Sam Males, Adam Ellertson, Ryan Middleton.

Under-13 Division C

NST Strikers B 2 Stretham Sporting 3

NST started the stronger and with much of the possession dominated the first half.

They created several good scoring opportunities. Their constant pressure on the Stretham defence resulted in a goal after 10 minutes.

With minutes of the first half remaining, Sporting's David Fleming scored from the penalty spot after a foul on Stretham's captain James Seymour.

Sporting's winger Robert Nicholl scored at the back post from a corner only two minutes into the second period but NST quickly replied, heading home an equaliser a minute later to take the scores level.

Stretham's man of the match Robert Nicholl scored with a long-distance shot to secure his side their hard-fought victory.

Under-11 Division A

Witchford Colts 2 Soham Town 3

THIS match was goalless at half-time after end-to-end play in the first half.

Sam Rasdall was a constant thorn in Soham's side, he rounded three defenders on the left wing and provided Harry Spencer with an easy tap in. Soham responded immediately, Mark Masterton passing for Robson Barker to equalise.

Sam Rasdall fed Carl Lightfoot through the middle and, with a defender closing on each side, he fired a 15-yard effort wide of the Soham keeper into the back of the net. Soham's response, a beautiful lob from James Prewett, levelled the score once more.

A short corner by Soham caught the Witchford defence napping and they took the lead through Prewett.

With virtually the last kick of the game, Cameron James thundered the ball off the underside of the bar. Witchford's man of the match was Rasdall.

Red Lodge 0 Littleport Town 7

AN all-round excellent team performance saw Littleport dominate the game at Red Lodge.

'Port started strongly and good passing play saw them 3-0 up at half-time through goals from Luke Thompson, Joseph Murfitt and Arron Heaps.

After the break 'Port kept up the pressure and continued to play well, which created numerous goal-scoring opportunities. Further goals came from Thompson and Heaps, who bagged a hat-trick.

Littleport: Ashton Oakes, Charlie Bowditch, Arron Heaps, Luke Thompson, Joseph Murfitt, Liam Ball, Ben Hawkins, Ben Jewitt, Sam Barker, Jake Kennedy.

Under-10 Division E

Newmarket B 0

Haddenham Rovers Colts A 3

HADDENHAM Rovers Colts A team notched up another victory with an excellent performance.

Haddenham started the match stronger and eventually broke the deadlock on eight minutes when Kieran Drummond rifled home a long range shot in off the post, following a strong run from midfield.

The lead was soon doubled when another Drummond shot eluded the Newmarket keeper for James Beary to shepherd the ball over the line.

The match was settled when captain Alex Lowe scored Haddenham's third with a low left foot shot from the edge of the area.

Haddenham: Elliot Littlefield, Jo Snooks, Matthew Morton, Alex Lowe, Kieran Drummond, Felix Peck, Theo Hall, James Beary, John Falconer, Oliver Holden.

Division F

Witchford Colts 3 Littleport Town 4

AFTER many attempts on goal, Witchford went a goal up, scored by Ryan Bowles.

Witchford looked good mid-way through the second half as Lewis Woollard scored two from long range. Littleport battled well and scored a goal from Colt Harvey.

With confidence growing they capitalised on defence errors made by Witchford, they managed three further goals from Harvey to go on and win the match.

Kiaran Phillips and Leon Chaplin, in goal, both had good games for 'Port.

Witchford: Jake Bartolozzi, Dominic Bailey, Ryan Bowles, James Everett, James Forber, Luke Goodchild, Jake Goodchild, Andrew George, Sam Green, Jamie Loades, Henry Marshall, Lewis Woollard

Under-Nine Division E

Soham Town Colts Black 3

Lakenheath Youth 1

AN early free kick by Kieran Fuller rocked a post and practice on the training field finally paid off when he struck for the first goal from a corner.

Lakenheath played themselves back into the game and produced an equaliser.

Once again Soham saved the best until the last few minutes, firstly when Jordan Turpin's shot scrambled over the line. Then a brilliant cross by Kyle Allgood was expertly headed in by Turpin to make it 3-1.

Soham's man of the match was Turpin.

Colts: Kyle Allgood, Matthew Fretwell, Shannon Froggatt, Kieran Fuller, Matthew Hewitt Samuel Hewitt, Travis Isaacson, Harry Parfitt, Jordan Turpin.

Division F

Sutton 0 Mepal 6

MEPAL continued their recent good form with a comfortable victory over Sutton.

Tommy Corlito opened the scoring and Roland Dickinson doubled the lead before the end of the first period. Hugh Lawrence added a third before supplying a superb cross for Joshua Murfitt to score the game's best goal.

Mepal added further goals through Charlie Scott and a second for Tommy Corlito. Daniel Freeman so nearly increased the lead with a couple of fine efforts.

Mepal: Tommy Corlito, Hugh Lawrence, Josh Murfitt, Daniel Freeman, Roland Dickinson, Becky Halls, Charlie Scott, Adam Hudson, Jordan Mann.

Under-Seven Friendly

Mepal 6 Isleham 5

A TREMENDOUS match that kept the crowd enthralled on a bitterly cold Saturday.

Mepal eventually kept the upper hand after putting away six goals to Isleham's five. Four goals for Harrison Jones, one for George Rayner and one for Kassem Lloyd. Terrific team play from every member, a great game.

Team: Dean Baxter, Joe-Joe Corlito, Harrison Jones, James Knox, Kassem Lloyd, Joshua Fenner, George Rayner, James Rayson, Shane Whatley.