Chatteris 10, Hardwick 1
Chatteris dominated this game from the very first minute unlike the reverse fixture two weeks ago.
First half goals from Gary Jackson, Josh Joyce (mom) and a brace from Frankie Ransome gave the Tigers a 4-0 lead.
A brace from Sam McWilliams in the first eight minutes of the second half, two more by Joyce and a further Jackson goal were responded to by just one from Hardwick. Rare scorer Caleb Stimson finished off the rout.
Witchford Colts 3, Chatteris Town 7
This local derby in the League Cup ended in a convincing win for Chatteris, despite having a player sent off.
Goals in the first half came from Alex Lowe, Asa Revell, Luke Bailey and Sam Dew and one goal from Witchford.
The second half saw Witchford score from a penalty, before Charlie Pitt added number six and Revell completed his hat-trick goal. Witchford made it 7-3 with a lob over the keeper late in the match.
Leverington Blue 4, Wittering 1
Craig Pack opened the scoring as the Blues took control of the first half. A well taken free kick from Jordan Webb took the home side into the break 2-0 up.
The second half saw the visitors gain momentum and Leverington were lucky to keep the lead after Whittering hit the bar twice. Two more goals from Webb completed his hat-trick following a more settled period from Leverington. It proved to be difficult to pick a man of match after such a great team performance.
Benwick 2, March Rangers 3
For the second time this season Rangers beat top of the league Benwick on this occasion in the Knockout Cup.
This match was played in true sporting fashion by both teams and could have gone either way.
All the goals came in the first half with Rangers’ Jordan Tomblin scoring first. Benwick came back with goals from Adam Hudson and Daniel Mason and deserved to take the lead with some fantastic football but were thwarted by the woodwork.
Rangers won the tie with two goals from striker Matty Carey.
Wisbech Acorns 3, Parkway 3
A frustrating game for Acorns as they dominated the game and scored through Ben Lister (mom) 2 and Jordi Scott-Henson. However they failed to defend two corners and a free kick to let Parkway take a point.
Docking 1, Hungate Rovers 2
A very competitive match between the top two teams in the league with Hungate coming out on top.
Docking took an early lead but Adam Fleet levelled for Rovers with a great header.
With a draw looking the likely result Ryan McManus’s long range strike flew into the back of the net to give Hungate all three points and keep their winning run intact. Anthony Reeve (mom).
WSM Yellows 4, Deeping 1
A good spirited match with both teams playing some good passing football.
Yellows produced a very good team display and the goalscorers were Cameron Lee, Ben Gale, Jack Gale and Airidas Prakulisas (mom).
WSM Blacks 13, Hampton 2
Saints’ team performance was amazing. Their first goal came in the first two minutes and through sheer commitment and determination, they dominated the game.
Goals came from Arnas Sinevicius 4, Terry Wimott 3, Luke Foster 3, Jack Gibson, Robbie Knight, Aidan Sewell and Sam Knott was man of the match.
Chatteris Town 3, Hundon Hawks 3
After a slow start to the season Chatteris began to again show some of their best form.
They opened strongly and scored with two accurate long range shots but were evenly matched with Hundon and it was 2-2 at half-time.
The second half saw more domination from Chatteris who took the lead but in the last minutes Hundon equalised. It was the best game so far of the season and scorers were Lewis Brightman 2 and Will Grant.
Leverington 5, Litcham 3
A much improved team performance from Leverington recording just their second win of the season.
Will Rackley opened the scoring with a great effort and George Chadwick then made it 2-0 before Litcham pulled a goal back to make it 2-1 at the break.
Two early goals in the second half came from Rackley to complete his hat-trick, but back came Litcham pulling a goal back to reduce the gap.
Chadwick then made it 5-2 but Litcham did reduce the deficit by another goal but time ran out.
Tom Warrick and Matthew Orbosa were joint mom and Jake Gowler did very well as stand-in goalkeeper.
Boston 2, March 2
March produced a great team performance to come back from 2-1 down despite playing all of the second half with only nine players. They started the game with only 10 players but deservedly took the lead through Stef Cavozzi.
Boston then scored twice to forge ahead and a strong challenge left Morgan Cogman Wright requiring hospital treatment. The remaining nine March players then dug deep and were rewarded when Kyle Bird’s cross shot was turned in by Niall Kightly.
Leverington 15, Farcet 1
Leverington went goal crazy in a very one sided game to go top of the table.
Tom Lindsey led the way with five goals, with Ben Jackson 3, Jake Meyer 3, James Johnson, Matt Gowler, Nat Onchet, and a deserved goal for Mitch Smith (mom) completing the scoring.
Wisbech St Mary 2, Outwell Swifts 9
A good game with Outwell taking the lead with two quick goals. Saints responded with a goal but Outwell led 3-1 at half time.
The second half saw Outwell raise their game and came out 9-2 winners. Goals came from Toby Allen 3, Mathew Snowden 3, Scott White and Nathan Fisher.
Estover Park 1, Heacham 3
Estover conceded two early goals before dominating for long periods.
Callum Kirby scored for Estover but the team could not convert their many chances. Brooklyn Gray (mom) battled well and took several knocks for his efforts.
WSM Yellow 7, Boston 1
Saints came out attacking from the start and were soon rewarded with a great goal from a free kick by Jon Cullen and this was quickly followed up by goals from Kieran Symons, Reece Hughes and Seb Ziabka.
The second half saw Saints ease off slightly allowing Boston to sneak a goal, but Ziakka (mom) then completed his hat-trick and Symons added a further goal.
A good passing team performance resulted in a fine win.
Leverington 7, Feeder 2
Leverington were below par, but did enough to maintain their unbeaten run.
James Towson (mom) scored a fantastic free kick, then added two more to complete his hat-trick. Billy Carmen continued his goal scoring streak with four more goals.
WSM Yellows 6, WSM Purples 0
Fantastic performances from both teams in a truly entertaining game.
Ajay Jolly grabbed four goals and Brandon Ramdharry and Ethan Drew were also on target as Yellows continued their unbeaten start to the season.
Purples played very well and were unlucky not to score.
They have Connor Wilson (mom) to thank for some perfectly well timed tackles.
Ethan Laurence was fantastic for the Yellows he worked hard and was unlucky not to get on the score sheet.
March SS B 3, Benwick 1
March put in a great performance to record their sixth successive win.
Shay Chapman produced a sensational man of the match performance in midfield and scored twice.
Kyle Liddy was also on target.