Best display earns semi-final success

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Chatteris 1, Cambridge 0

Chatteris produced their best performance of the season to control the game and get through to the final for the second year when they will face Hormead Hares on May 7.

Chatteris came out the blocks fast pressurising the Cambridge defence early on and scored a great goal in a move involving Teonie Peyton and Ella Nutter.

The second half was more even with Chatteris’ Amy Kenning and Saffron Leney defending well.

Lehanna Turner worked well in midfield to move the ball up front, where Chatteris were a constant threat against the busy Cambridge keeper.

Kaylea Chapman came on as substitute and immediately attacked the tired Cambridge defence but the score remained 1-0 after a last minute onslaught from Cambridge when Chatteris’ brave keeper, Lauryn Titford, saved at the foot of the Cambridge striker. Charlotte Palmer (pom) worked hard.

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Estover Park 0,

Clenchwarton U14 6

Both teams looked fairly even in the opening minutes with chances at both ends.

Clenchwarton broke the deadlock and the flood gates opened to end 4-0 at half time. Park defended poorly as a team ended at a disappointing 6-0.

Jess Harvey was pom for strength and effort closely followed by Danielle Green.

Stamford U14 2, WSM 2

A fantastic result for Saints who put in their best team performance so far this season.

Saints goals came from Jade Chamberlain and Caitlin Cossey in the last minute of game.

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Hungate Rovers 1,

Estover Park 0

There was a very cautious opening to this match.

Bennington’s shot hit the crossbar and Ward and Ratcliffe both had shots saved. Read made a great save from an Estover corner.

The second half continued as tight as the first. Estover’s hard-working keeper had to dive at full stretch to save a Coleman shot. Ratcliffe rifled in Holmes cross from the wing to give Hungate the win with just seconds to go.

Zoe Birch hit the side netting for Estover from close range. There were some great saves from Park’s Dani Westgate and Bethan Evans was a defensive stalwart.