Youth Football Round Up: Week Four
ALL the best action from across Colt s football Under 10s Newmarket Town 0 Haddenham Rovers Colts 1 HADDENHAM produced a battling display to stretch their unbeaten run to 22 games. Haddenham dominated the opening period and took an early lead when J
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Newmarket Town 0
Haddenham Rovers Colts 1
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HADDENHAM produced a battling display to stretch their unbeaten run to 22 games.
Haddenham dominated the opening period and took an early lead when Joshua Akinwumi latched onto Kieran Petty's through ball.
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Newmarket came back strongly in the second half were unable to breach Haddenham's defence.
Josh Lowe hit the post for Rovers and Alsop and Petty tested the keeper but Akinwumi's early goal proved decisive and Haddenham held out for victory.
Ely Crusaders 2
CRUSADERS drifted to a disjointed victory against a stubborn Isleham side.
The home team took the lead within the first minute as Lewis Hook shot home. Sam Scarborough bundled home James Barrett's cross soon after to hand Ely a 2-0 lead. Despite good opportunities in the second-half neither side added to the scoring.
Witchford Colts 1
WITCHFORD went down 3-1 to a well organised Littleport side.
Port took the lead against the run of play when their centre forward outpaced the Witchford defence. Port doubled their advantage in the second-half with another neat finish. Witchford cut the deficit following a Port corner but at 2-1 down they pushed to find an equaliser and left themselves short at the back allowing Port to make it 3-1.
Ely Crusaders 4
St Ives A 1
ELY continued their fine form with a comfortable win against St Ives.
Oliver Bailey broke the deadlock midway through the first as he fired home following a goalmouth scramble.
St Ives levelled on 25 minutes when Ely were punished with a curling shot. Crusaders' had countless chances across both halves and looked to be heading for a draw before Luke Brown drilled in for 2-1.
A Charlie Root corner flew into the net off the knee of a defender for an own goal
and it was Conor Logan who headed home for 4-1.
Isleham United 2
ISLEHAM looked strong from the start, despite playing into a bitterly cold wind. Both sides had chances, but Chesterton made the most of theirs and took the lead. The home defence worked hard but could not prevent Chesterton extending their lead.
Within minutes of the restart Isleham conceded a third but pulled one back minutes later. Chesterton broke through to make it 4-1 before Aidan O'Brien added Isleham's second.
Littleport Town 2
Chatteris B 4
Chatteris eventually came out on top in a keenly contested game.
The visitors took an early lead but Port came back strongly first through a superb run and shot from Ryan Bamber and then took the lead following a flowing move finished by Harlee Cater.
Port never really got going in the second period as Chatteris took control with only Bamber again going close before Chatteris pulled away with 3 goals.