March Soccer School Yellows 9,
Full credit to Walpole’s players who competed to the final whistle.
MSS led 3-0 at half-time before upping the tempo in the second period. Singles from Charlie Slack, Dan Cave, Joe Smith, Quinn Canavan and Chaz Thurlby and braces from Josh Bannan and the irrepressible Duke Higham came as a result of great teamwork, to extend their unbeaten run to six games.
March Soccer School Blues 3, Whittlesey Whites 2
March got a brilliant goal from Ollie Hubbard.
Whittlesey fought back with two solid goals, however March came out fighting in the second half with a goals from Riley Wilson (free-kick) and Josh Hubbard.
Tydd St Mary 3, March Soccer School Yellows 0
March started slowly and conceded three early goals.
Every March player gave 100% effort and the second half performance was the best they had played all season.
March Rangers 9, Parkside Athletic Blue 0
In a cup game where March played against a team a division above them, March showed their strength and fantastic footballing ability.
Goals were scored by Harrison Deighton, Jack Judd, Maksims Grigorjevs, Fyn Smith (2) and Kyle Liddy (3). Man of the Match was Sam Smethurst.
Shouldham 1, Hungate Greens 6
Hungate’s great passing game was the key to this well-contested game.
Greens worked hard for each other. Jack Dida and Freddie Collison scored 2 each, with Aaron Buckley, and keeper Alex Bishop one apiece.
MoM: Jay Rout.
Estover Park 2, Reffley Rangers 3 (aet)
Estover bowed out in the Semi-Finals of the cup with a performance to be proud of.
After finding themselves a goal down Ben Butterworth levelled five minutes before the end of normal time.
Fatigue and injuries took their toll as Reffley added two goals in extra time.
Isaac Saywell’s selfless play set up Kieran Kirby to score. The coaches praised the playersafter a difficult and physical game.
Over 4, March Rangers 2
March Rangers travelled to Trumpington for the U16 Knockout Cup and played their hearts out but came away runners-up.
Ben Calvert made it 2-1 before half time, followed by a penalty buried by Matt.
MoM went to Dale Richardson who worked hard, but the whole team should be proud.
AFC Whittlesey Girls 0, Hungate Rovers 6
In a very strong team performance, Megan Ratcliffe and Emma Rudd both scored twice before the break.
Hungate continued in the second half with Jessica Cooper’s first goal of the season and Yazmin Holmes headed home. Aimee Ward cleared the ball off the line twice.
Deeping Diamonds 2, Estover Park Girls 0
The ref abandoned the game for a waterlogged pitch, with the game having to be replayed.
Park hit the post and had a goal disallowed (both Fern Patterson), while Zoe Birch found a lot of space.