Champion effort by March Rangers U12s

WSM U13 girls being presented with their new hooded tops by Wisbech Lions.
WSM U13 girls being presented with their new hooded tops by Wisbech Lions.

UNDER 12

March Rangers 4, Wasps Black 0

League champions March produced a fantastic team display to increase their gap at the top to eight points. Rangers have played 13 and won 13 in the league with one more game to go.

Goals: Fyn Smith, Kyle Liddy, Harrison Deighton and Blake Cowley. Special mention to MoM Dylan Rowlett.

Dersingham 1, Hungate Greens 3

The delays encountered on the way did not slow Hungate from getting into their slick passing game.

Dida managed two well taken goals. Dersingham pulled one back before Rout finished the scoring with another crisp finish. Credit to both sides, and the referee

UNDER 16 Girls

Comberton 1, Estover Park 2

Park travelled with no subs to Comberton, who are only one place behind in the league and have three games in hand.

With five senior team members missing due to school catch up sessions, brave Park were rewarded after a through ball from Jess Harvey released Erin Powell who slotted past the keeper. The second came from a crossfield ball from Amy Newell which Danni Green dispatched.

PoM: Keeper Ellie Coleman.

UNDER 13

Estover Park 6, TWR Claret 0

James Meek’s hat-trick inspired Estover to their seventh consecutive league win. TWR proved hard to break down with the opening goal coming after 25 minutes. Further goals came from Jack Stockdale, Ben Butterworth and Callum McFadden. Brandon Pearce had a hat-trick of assists.

MoM: Garrison Asher.

UNDER 11

Swavesey 2, 
March Rangers 2

March dominated large periods and a finely struck free-kick from Lewis Kent was well saved by the keeper.

In the second half March equalised with a fine strike from Samuel Wood and took the lead with a scrambled goal from Chris Howsam. Unfortunately March conceded a late penalty.

Robert Shepherd made some fine saves.

UNDER 10

Downham 0, Hungate 8

Another good team display. MoM just went to Harry Wright who scored two and did some good work in right midfield.