Chatteris Town 11, West Wratting 0
After a very disappointing 3-0 loss in the cup final against Arbury Aces last week, the players were keen to reestablish themselves as the top team in the league in this midweek match.
Chatteris hit four goals in the first half, and added another seven after the break with the defence and keeper Matthijs Nooteboom denying the visitors any scoring opportunities.
Goals came from Adam Reditt 3, Asa Revell 2, Samuel Dew 2 and Charlie Pitt 2, Dale Browne and Matthew Lilley.
Wisbech Acorns 2, Leverington 8
A good all round performance from Leverington in this local derby match.
Matthew Rose soon put them ahead only for Acorns to draw level, Will Rackley soon restored the lead to make it 2-1 to Leverington at the break.
Encouraging words from the Leverington manager improved things and they scored six goals with Matthew Orbosa 4, Rackley and Kai Mead completing the scoring.
Feltwell 7, Leverington 2
Late call offs meant Leverington only had 10 players for this game played in atrocious conditions, and got off to the perfect start when Aaron Bass put them ahead with a good strike. Although they fought hard Leverington found themselves 3-1 down at the break.
They conceded four more goals in the second half with Jack Davis scoring for Leverington.
WSM Blacks 12, Boston 1
Blacks finished second in the Peterborough League Division Two and dominated this end of season game.
The first goal came from Terry Wilmott, followed closely by Luke Foster, Robbie Knight 3, Joseph Marsden Smith 2, Aidan Sewell, Jack Gibson, Arnas Sinevicius, Sam Knott and Jack Fitzjohn. Just before the end Pinto scored for Boston.
Spalding Athletic 2, WSM Yellows 3
Saints only had 10 players for this match due to illness. However, they got off to a bright start through a Ben Gale goal.
They then let Spalding get back into a very scrappy game in awful weather conditions. Other goalscorers were Jack Gale and Cameron Lee (mom) gave an excellent display in defence, linking up with Ben Gale on the left very well. Jack Baker also had a solid game.
Hungate 0, Wisbech St Mary 4
Saints secured the league title with this comfortable win.
They started well and soon took their chances with Tristan Jones scoring with Hungate defending well in the first half.
After the break Willis Wright made it 0-2 before Brody Warren hit a double for 4-0. Luke Hemsley was man of match.
Wisbech St Mary 5, Hungate 0
Saints took control early on with Luke Hemsley scoring his first goal for the club and Jay Punton lashed in the second goal.
After the break Jonah Gill (mom) and Sam Spriggs went close before Wright scored from close range. Punton added his second and then Wright completed the scoring after chipping the keeper.
Manager Simon Wright said: “It has been a fantastic season and the commitment from the nine-year-olds was superb.”
Leverington 0, March SS 1
March found themselves under pressure from a good Leverington side but worked hard and thanks to good defending and some fine saves by Ozzy Lane.
March played much better in the second half and David Gatty scored the winning goal from close range with five minutes to go.
Manager Steve Wilson was very pleased with the improvement shown by all of the team members throughout the season.