Chatteris 8, Cherry Hinton 1
Unbeaten Chatteris managed a fine home win against a pacy strong Cambridge outfit.
Tyler Crane’s individual effort, Josh Joyce’s thump of a strike and Gary Jackson’s deflected cross gave the hosts a 3-0 half-time lead.
Joyce scored direct from a 30 yard free kick after 41 minutes and then captain Frankie Ransome scored his second hat-trick in two games all from corners or crosses.
Jackson completed the scoring as the Tigers consolidated their place in the Cambs C League.
Chatteris 15, Thurlow 0
Chatteris ran out easy winners of this Cambs and District Colts League Cup-tie.
The visitors could only muster 10 men and the score line reflected this. It was 6-0 at half-time and 15-0 at the end.
Charlie Pitt hit eight of the goals and others came from Asa Revell 2 and one each from Matthew Lilley, Alex Lowe, John Day and defenders Dale Browne and Cameron Sharp. The visitors’ penalty kick went high over the crossbar. Chatteris play Witchford in the next round.
Wisbech Acorns 3, Sawtry A 3
Acorns trailed 0-1 at half time, but played much better in the second half with goals from Xavier Kitching and Ben Lister 2 giving them the lead before a goal against the run of play let Sawtry back in the game.
Then in the last minute Sawtry equalised from a free-kick. This draw felt like a defeat as Acorns were by far the better team. Lewis Ward was man of the match.
March Rangers 6, Benwick 1
Rangers did well to beat unbeaten and top of the table Benwick.
A good start from Rangers saw Josh Hussey score a brace before half-time with Benwick scoring late in the half.
Adam Hudson’s shot was judged to have crossed the line by the linesman after Rangers keeper Ron Love just failed to keep it out.
Second half saw goals for Rangers by Tony Cunnington 2, Reece Huggins and a fantastic long range goal from Matthew Carey.
Leverington Whites 3
After two weeks without a match, Leverington were slow to get started and went a goal down early on. They soon got back to form and Joe Mummery equalised.
In the second half, Leverington dominated and James Fiddes scored. With pressure from the away team, Woodston scored an own goal, which keeps Leverington at the top of Division 1.
Leverington Blue 3, Whittlesey 2
A quiet first half saw Blues lead 1-0 at the break.
The second half was end to end, and with the score level at 2-2 Blues scored the winner in the final minutes.
Goalscorers were: Jordan Webb 2, Jake Smith and Ryan Allen was man of the match.
Yaxley White 5, WSM 2
Saints knew they had a tough cup-tie when they were drawn against Division 1 league leaders Yaxley White.
They had the best of the early exchanges and Ross Beart gave Saints the lead. Yaxley came back strongly to finish the first half leading 3-1.
Saints showed good spirit and contributed to an excellent game of football. Dom Venckus scored a well taken second goal for Saints.
Leverington 3, WSM Black 3
Leverington took the lead through a Ben Jackson goal but Blacks equalised soon after and then took the lead after a soft penalty decision,
Tom Lindsay made it 2-2 and Jake Meyer (MoM) gave Leverington the lead before Blacks earned a share of the points near the end of a very good game.
This was a good team performance by Saints with goals from Luke Foster 2 and Aidan Sewell.
Oundle 1, WSM Yellows 7
Both teams had chances to take the lead before Cameron Lee scored a header from an inswinging corner.
Saints then took total control of the game with Dylan Mason and Jack Gale linking up very well in attack. Alex Watson looked solid in defence. Lee was man of the match for his performance and hat-trick. Other goalscorers were Jack Gale 2, Ben Gale and Dylan Mason.
Estover Park 7, Denver 1
Luke Thorne scored for Estover soon after kick off and Garrison Asher then showed pace, power and good finishing with five goals.
Brandon Pearce rounded off the scoring when he collected the ball in his own half and charged through Denver’s defence.
Leverington 7, Thorpe Wood 5
Leverington found it hard to reproduce their recent form and soon conceded two early goals.
Liam Dennis started the comeback with a fine goal but Thorpe Wood’s goalkeeper was in outstanding form. Billy Carmen worked hard and got his reward with five goals and Tommy Wiles completed the scoring.
Hungate Whites 2, WSM 2
A fantastic all-round team effort from Hungate pushed l the league title contenders to the end.
A wonder strike from Freddie Collison and a goal from Robert Lee gave Hungate a deserved 2-1 half-time lead.
Saints came out strongly in the second half putting stand in keeper, Jordan Vick (MoM) under pressure. With five minutes remaining Hungate were unable to clear a long ball and Saints got a deserved equaliser.
l Hungate Rovers Whites under 13 team are looking for new players. Rovers play in the Peterborough League and if you are interested then come down at Thomas Clarkson on Monday night 6-7pm or contact Conrad on 07901925274.