Wisbech St Mary 4
Haverhill Rovers 1
Haverhill took an early lead and could have doubled it shortly after but for an excellent save from keeper Vilius Balandis who tipped the shot over the bar.
Saints equalised through Callum Greentree, who tapped in a cross from Jacob Smith, and went into the lead just before half-time when Jacob Smith headed home. They increased their lead deep into the second half, through Greentree and a well placed ball over the top from Conor Bird set up Jacob Brown to lob the keeper for Saints’ fourth goal.
Leverington Whites 1,
In this crucial top of the league clash both strong defences held out for a goalless first half.
In the second half Leverington goalkeeper Dan Nuccoll made a brilliant save and then Bradley Easey scored Leverington’s winner and leave them only needing two points from their last two games to complete a third successive league win.
Chatteris A 4, Priory Parkside 1
Chatteris put themselves in second place in the league with this win in the Cambs Colts League.
All the Chatteris goals were scored in the first half. Rhian Palmer and recent signing John Day scored following a long kick by the keeper Matthijs Nooteboom and Alex Lowe scored twice, one directly from a corner. Priory Parkside got a very late consolation goal right before the whistle.
Leverington Blues 2, Eye 1
In a close game all the goals came in the second half. Blues took the lead with a Jake Smith goal only for Eye to equalise.
Blues was rewarded for their hard work when Harry Barker (mom) hit an unstoppable 25-yard winner.
WSM Yellows 6,
Hungate White 0
Yellows started strongly and scored halfway through the first half with a goal from Cameron Leitch who then scored his second from an excellent cross from Liam Scott.
Although the Yellows had numerous more chances they finished the half at 2-0. In the second half the Yellows continued to dominate, and scored 4 more goals the first from Brandon Watson. Then Alphy Hayes (mom), who had an excellent game in the centre of midfield, netted twice, and Warren Jolly completed the scoring.
Leverington 0, Docking 1
Leverington went out of this semi final to a very good goal from Docking.
Both teams played good football and fought hard. Docking were awarded a free kick and it was floated in perfectly and met with a lovely header to take the lead. In the second half, Leverington went in search for the equaliser but couldn’t break their opponents down. Jacob Shailes (mom) defended well.
Chatteris Town 8, Cambourne 0
Chatteris began strongly and Lewis Brightman opened the scoring and the goals flowed from that point with a 6-0 lead at half-time.
The second half saw Cambourne come out with more focus but Chatteris remained dominant in midfield and the defence remained unblemished.
Goalscorers: Danny Lynch 3, Lewis Brightman 2, Will Grant 2 and Matty Walshe.
Wisbech St Mary 1,
Outwell Swifts 5
A great team performance by Outwell with the midfield being dominated by Toby Allen (mom).
Outwell raised their game and dominated the play. Another good performance by Owen Smith in goal.
WSM Yellows 8, Thurlby 0
Saints showed their class taking control of the game from the first two minutes by opening the scoring.
They are on a very good run at the moment, not conceding a goal in over five games. Alex Watson had a very solid performance in defence and Harry Witney looked very comfortable in a new role. Goalscorers were Brandon Campbell with a hat-trick, Lewis Swann, Ben Gale 2, Terry Willmott and Jack Gale.
Walpole 1 March 7
Morgan Cogman Wright gave March the lead following fine work from Stef Cavozzi before Walpole deservedly equalised just before half time.
In the second half March proved to be too strong with Cogman Wright scoring a second half hat-trick. Niall Kightly added two well taken goals. The other March goal came from the excellent Stef Cavozi.
Leverington 4, Hungate 3
Leverington started well but could not convert their chances while Hungate played well and took a 3-1 lead at half-time.
After the break Leverington were excellent, with Liam Dennis scoring with a good left foot shot. Billy Carmen showed good skill to score his second. Then in the last minute of normal time James Towson delivered an excellent corner, which was met by Lewis Stearne to score a powerful header and send Leverington into the final for the second successive season.
Holbeach 2, Estover Park 1
Estover missed out on a place in the final when Holbeach scored the winner with the final kick of the game. The team showed true humility in accepting defeat gracefully in a game that they had many chances to win. Asher scored Estover’s goal.
Wisbech St Mary 3,
Hungate Greens 2
Saints booked their place in the final of the League Cup. They took the lead via Brandon Ramdharry who converted from a corner.
This was shortly followed by a Ethan Drew goal. Hungate were very strong in all areas and pulled a goal back through Aarron Buckley and as more chances came it was Jay Rout who grabbed the equaliser.
The game could have gone either way but Sam Smeethurst scored the winner for Saints in the last few minutes. Brandon Ramdharry (mom) gave an excellent performance.