Joyce bags brilliant double to inspire Chatteris

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Bar Hill 2, Chatteris B 4

Chatteris battled well and at times outplayed the league leaders. Crane and Joyce could have scored three in the first eight minutes, but it was Frankie Ransome who swept in a Jackson corner. Joyce cracked in a brilliant 25-yard free kick to double the lead.

Bar Hill pulled one back but Sam McWilliams made it 3-1 before Joyce scored with a another brilliant freekick. A late penalty by Bar Hill reduced it to 4-2 at the final whistle.

Hungate Yellows 4, Malbourne 1

Yellows were quick off the mark with Keiran Higgs scoring in the first minute after out-pacing the defence to slot home.

Malbourne equalised within a minute from a free kick but Higgs regained the lead from the restart with a carbon copy of his first,

Ben Garner powered in a great cross from Harry Baldry and it was 3-1 at half time. The second half was very even with both sides struggling to convert their chances, but Keiran Higgs scored with a great header with no time for a restart.

Ramsey 2, Wisbech St Mary 1

Both sides cancelled each other out for most of the first half with the home side taking an early lead and Jacob Smith equalising with an overhead kick.

However, Ramsey proved the more determined team after the break securing the win from a penalty.

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Chatteris Town A 2, Fulbourn 1

A goalless first half, with Chatteris denied a clear penalty, was followed by Fulbourn taking the lead in the second half.

Asa Revell equalised following some good passing play. Many chances on both sides were unsuccessful, but minutes before the end Alex Lowe scored, following a well-placed free kick from Sam Dew. A great team effort.

Gunthorpe 1,

Leverington Blue 1

A close first half saw the teams 0-0 at half time.

Blues took the lead with a fine finish from Ryan Macmanus, only for Gunthorpe to score with the last kick of the match. Kieran Miller was man of the match.

Parkway 2, Wisbech Acorns 5

Acorns took revenge on their previous week’s defeat in this top of the table clash with a comprehensive win

They outplayed Parkway over all areas of the pitchand goals were scored by Alex Drewery 2, Ben Lister, Rob Munden and Jordi Scott-Henson. Matthew Barrett was man of match for a dominant defensive display.

Bourne Town 1,

Leverington Whites 3

Another solid team performance from Leverington keeps them top of Division 1.

Matt Ryan scored two excellent goals and a great goal from Jake Hopkisson sealed the win.

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Chatteris A 6, St Ives Rangers 2

Chatteris soon began to dominate play and some accurate passing and shots on goal gave them 3-0 lead at half time.

St Ives came out strongly but could not inflict much damage. Chatteris added a further three goals however St Ives responed with two late goals.

Goalscorers were Will Grant 2, Danny Lynch 2, Lewis Brightman and Matthew Moore.

Leverington 8, Feltwell 0

A much better all round performance from Leverington who played the ball around well on their way to a good victory.

Goalscorers were: James Clake 3, Will Rackley, Matthew Ogbeide 2, Kai Mead, and George Reader. A lot of good individual performances from the lads.

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Coates 1, WSM Yellows 2

Wisbech St Mary went behind after being caught out from a counter attack by Coates.

Terry Willmott scored a header from a Ben Gale cross just before half-time, then mid-way through the second half Ben Gale completed the scoring with a well taken penalty.

New signings Ben and Luke Gale fitted into the team very well.

WSM Blacks 6, Walpole 1

Saints dominated the majority of the game and Leandro Reis gave them the lead but Walpole soon equalised. But by half-time Saints led 4-1 and added two more goals after the break.

Other goalscorers were: Reis, Robbie Knight, Dylan Mason 2 and Arnas Sinevicious (mom).

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Estover Park 5 Outwell 0

A much changed Estover side ground out a comfortable win.

Garrison Asher scored three with Luke Thorne scoring the others. Matthew Richards (mom) chased down a ball that looked to be going out for a goal kick, and from that Estover scored. Outwell had chances early on.