Chatteris celebrate cup joy

Chatteris Town Youth U16 played in the league cup final against Priory Parkside Colts U16 in the Cambridge Stadium,Trumpington Road on Sunday afternoon. Having finished third in the A league this season, this was their chance for some silverware! The two teams gave the crowd a thrilling football match, with good chances and great saves on both sides, but all to no avail. It went into extra time and still the two teams could not be separated, to the growing frustration of the crowd. Finally, after 5 minutes of the second half of extra time, Danny Isaksen came in from the side, kept his head and scored with a great diagonal shot across goal, 1-0.                'Back, from left: trainer Billy Revell, Thomas Corlito, Sam Dew, Matthew Lilley, Ivo Nooteboom, Cameron Sharp, keeper Matthijs Nooteboom, Alex Lowe, Mitchell Morse, Joe Brooks, manager Matt Bailey. 'Front row: lying on floor Asa Revell, then Elliott Aldhouse, Dale Browne, Danny Isaksen, Luke Bailey, Adam Reditt. Kieran Carter.
Chatteris Town Youth U16 played in the league cup final against Priory Parkside Colts U16 in the Cambridge Stadium,Trumpington Road on Sunday afternoon. Having finished third in the A league this season, this was their chance for some silverware! The two teams gave the crowd a thrilling football match, with good chances and great saves on both sides, but all to no avail. It went into extra time and still the two teams could not be separated, to the growing frustration of the crowd. Finally, after 5 minutes of the second half of extra time, Danny Isaksen came in from the side, kept his head and scored with a great diagonal shot across goal, 1-0. 'Back, from left: trainer Billy Revell, Thomas Corlito, Sam Dew, Matthew Lilley, Ivo Nooteboom, Cameron Sharp, keeper Matthijs Nooteboom, Alex Lowe, Mitchell Morse, Joe Brooks, manager Matt Bailey. 'Front row: lying on floor Asa Revell, then Elliott Aldhouse, Dale Browne, Danny Isaksen, Luke Bailey, Adam Reditt. Kieran Carter.

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Chatteris 1, Hampton 0

An excellent all round team display in the S-Tech Girls League Cup Final.

Chloe Preston hit the post direct from a corner. Georgia Simpson played a corner to Katie Prior who hit a cracking shot into the top corner to win the cup for manager Josh Dodman, aged only 17 in his first season in charge.

Chatteris are looking for new players next season in school year 6 or 7; contact Josh / Gary 07791695084 or 01354695829.

Hungate Greens 3,

Feltwell 0

Continued Hungate pressure paid off with three second half goals shared by Jay Rout, Nathan Culley and Travis Stapleton. Man of the match went to the hard-working Thomas Skuse.

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Chatteris 1,

Priory Parkside 0

The league cup final at the Cambridge Stadium was decided after five minutes of the second half of extra time, via Danny Isaksen with a great diagonal shot across goal.

Deeping Diamonds 4,

Estover Park Girls 0

Park finished the season fourth in their division after an entertaining game against the league leaders.

Zoe Birch had a goal disallowed and Fern Patterson hit the crossbar, before going off injured. Meg Rooney played well on the left wing and Dan Westgate was excellent in goal.

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Deeping Rangers 0,

Hungate Rovers Girls 0

The highlight of a good end of the season game was an outstanding save from Hungate keeper Abbie Venni which was applauded by both sets of fans.

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Estover Park 10,

Shouldham 0

Estover inflicted third placed Shouldham’s heaviest defeat of the season to finish joint top and go into a possible championship play-off.

Goals came from Jack Stockdale 3, Ben Butterworth 2, Brandon Pearce 2, Kieran Kirby, Harry Rooney and an own goal.

Man of the match was Zach Mulholland.

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Fenland Rovers 7, Walpole 1

Fenland Rovers finished off the season with four wins in the last six.

An outstanding win over Wisbech Acorns sparked off this run of good form.