Nervy wait now for Hungate to see destiny of title

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Hungate Rovers Girls 3,

AFC Whittlesey 1

Ellie Bennington scored a cracker directly from a corner.

Emma Rudd put Megan Ratcliffe through for Hungate’s second. Ratcliffe finished PoM Courtney Wakeham’s free kick.

Hungate have finished sitting top, but wait until May 18 to see if they have won the Cambs S-Tech League, or have a title deciding match to play with Sawston.

Wyberton Wildcats 2, Estover Park Girls 0

Playing the whole game with one player less, Park were the better team in the first half with Fern Patterson going close after rounding the keeper. PoM: Emily Coops (tireless performance).

Somersham 2,
March Rangers 4

Ronan Love saved a penalty and the visitors struck back with goals from Ben Calvert and Tony Cunnington 2 before half-time.

Dale Richardson put the game to bed with a well struck shot. MoM went to Jacob Birt for a disciplined game without his defensive partner Harry Wenn.

Chatteris Town Youth 3, Burwell Tigers 3

Milton Colts 3,
Chatteris Town Youth 1

Chatteris suffered their first loss of the season after again playing two matches this week.

Against Burwell scorers were Sam Dew, Adam Reditt and Joe Snooks. Against the giant slayers Milton a great pass from Asa Revell for Kieran Carter to score.

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Estover Pk 0, Alconbury 0

Park are now on a four-game unbeaten run. PoM: Captain Maddi Jackson.

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Hungate Rovers Girls 2, Deeping Rangers 4

Hungate took the lead through Carlie Knight two but in the second half Deeping upped their game. Goalkeeper Chelsea Upton was PoM.

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Estover Pk 6, Watlington 1

Estover led 2-0 at half time through Man of the Match Jack Stockdale. Watlington pulled a goal back before Stockdale added two more. Ben Butterworth and Isaac Saywell rounded off the scoring.

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Chatteris 3, March Soccer School Blues 4

In an evenly matched game March just edged it through goals from Samuel Wood, Cameron Kirby, Liam Lambert and Josh Kirby. The Chatteris keeper made some excellent saves.

MSS Blues 3, Sutton Rgs 3

March opened the scoring with a free kick from Kieran Hibbins.

Sutton replied then March went 2-1 up with a good goal from Ted Payne. Sutton equalised before half time then deserved to go ahead, but Josh Kirby equalised in the last minute.

Fakenham 2,
Leverington 11

League champions Leverington went a goal down only to respond in style via Grady Goode 3. Lewis Day 2, Tristan Jones, Willis Wright, Jake Hughes, Callum Hughes, and in-form Lukas Savaulcias 2.

Goalkeeper Adam Whittaker had a good second half playing as a defender.

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Acorns 3, Wisbech SM 2

Acorns took an early lead through Tyler Knowles and Piper Brundle.

WSM got one back before Brundle slotted home. Praise goes to both teams for good attacking football.

March SS Yellows 6 Fenland Rovers 2

A brace from Charlie Slack and singles from Joe Smith, Josh Bannan, Chaz Thurlby and Duke Higham. Both teams were applauded for the spirit in which this game was played.