Sumner hits six of the best
YOUTH FOOTBALL Under-8 Sutton Rangers 9 Mepal 3 RANGERS continued their good start to the season with a comfortable win over Mepal. Mepal started brightly and opened-up a 2-0 lead during the early stages. However, Rangers hit back with a vengeance and a s
Sutton Rangers 9 Mepal 3
RANGERS continued their good start to the season with a comfortable win over Mepal.
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Mepal started brightly and opened-up a 2-0 lead during the early stages.
However, Rangers hit back with a vengeance and a superb six-goal haul from William Sumner and a hat-trick from Jack Boston turned the game on its head.
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The visitors completed the scoring with a late consolation.
Rangers: George Youngs, Sam Matthews, Ryan Frear, Lewis Foyle, William Sumner, Jack Boston, Zak Cavey, Lara Ekwru.
Witchford Colts 8
Cottenham Utd Colts 3
COTTENHAM looked strong on the break but Witchford won this match with four goals in each half.
David Mayles' deflected goal started the scoring with further goals from Eddie Bowles, Connor Meads and Tommy Corlito.
Cottenham scored twice to make the half-time score 4-2.
Josh Murfitt and Spencer Saberton extended Witchford's lead before Cottenham scored their third.
David Mayle and Al Hewitt hit the target to complete Witchford's victory. Ben Goad was named man of the match.
Witchford: Brandon Phillips, Hugh Lawrence, Eddie Bowles, James Edwards, Charlie Scott, Spencer Saberton, Tommy Corlito, Connor Meads, David Mayle, Josh Murfitt, Al Hewitt, Hayden Brown, Daniel Collins, Ben Goad, Sam Robbins
Cottenham United 2 Haddenham Rovers Colts 5
ROVERS earned three more away points with a fine win against a hard-working Cottenham team.
Cottenham started brightly but the visitors took the lead on five minutes.
The home side levelled the scores before Barrett's goal restored Rovers' advantage.
Again Cottenham drew level but a header from skipper Lowe put Haddenham 3-2 ahead at the break.
Rovers dominated the second half and goals from Holden and Theo Hall put the game beyond the home side.
Rovers: L Martin, R Padmore, M Morton, J Snooks, T Hall, R Nangle, F Peck, K Drummond, A Lowe, T Barrett, O Holden, R Beary, C Threadold, J Falconer.
Chatteris Town 0 Soham Utd 7
SOHAM maintained their fine start to the season with another first class performance. Gavin Dunsmore set up Murray King for their first goal on 15 minutes and despite the efforts of the Chatteris keeper, a brace from Olly Henderson put Soham 3-0 up at half-time.
Gavin Dunsmore scored a spectacular fourth before substitute Ben Newell hit a brace and Murray King added a seventh.
Jack Hindle-Smith and keeper Joel Orme had fine matches but Adam Cook was outstanding and won the man of the match award.
Fordham Hammers 3
Milton Colts 2
FORDHAM twice came back from behind to win their first home fixture of the season.
Milton opened the scoring but Fordham, eager to impress their new sponsors, hit back from the kick-off courtesy of Chris Chapman's goal.
Both sides went onto the attack and it was the visitors who once again scored to take the lead at the break.
Chris Chapman's second goal restored parity and the Hammers' defence and keeper Adam Masterton thwarted Milton's raids at goal.
The game seemed to be heading for a draw but substitute striker Joss Smith kept a cool head to sweep home a late winner.
Soham Town Colts 4
NST Strikers 2
SOHAM stretched their unbeaten run to three games with a hard fought victory over Strikers.
Once Graham Carson had converted Elliot Drewery's cross to open the scoring, Soham bossed the first period.
James Seymour and man of the match Ryan Saban extended the lead and Drewery made it 4-0 at the break.
The home side became complacent in the second half and Strikers scored twice to reduce the deficit but Soham led on to take the points.
Soham: Charlie Wills, Josh Heaps, Dan Sadler, Simon Murfitt, Dan Brook, Dan Whitwell, James Seymour, Josh Nunn, Graham Carson, Ryan Saban, Ryan Brook, Joel Frey, Alex Reynolds, Elliot Drewery, Michael Rola.