Hungate 4,Dersingham 1
Hungate continued their good form with a confident display against Dersingham. Ryan Rouse opened the scoring with a chip over the Dersingham keeper and Kriz Masiarz made it 2-0 at half time.
Dersingham scored early in the second half but Hungate finished the game off with Masiarz slotting in the third and a well taken goal from Toby Freear to make it four. Huggins, Cox, Rouse, Hardwick, Twell and Lucas all excelled for Hungate in another good team performance.
Red Lodge 3, Chatteris B 9
Chatteris managed their first win in four games. For the first 20 minutes Chatteris were sloppy and lost the lead three times after goals from McWilliams, Mott and mom Mitch Dawson.
So at 3-3 Chatteris pressed on and further goals from Merryweather, Howells and Joyce gave the Tigers a 6-3 half-time lead. The second half was one-way traffic with top scorer Tyler Crane, Kieran Howells and Caleb Stimson,scoring his first goal in four years. on target for a comfortable away win.
Wisbech St Mary 4, Sawston 1
Saints started slowly and deservedly finished the first half a goal down in this cup-tie.
They came out brighter in the second half with an early Callum Greentree equaliser, followed by two spectacular goals from Jacob Smith. George Melton sealed the win netting the fourth.
Hilgay 1, Wisbech Acorns 1
Honours were even in a very hard fought game. Acorns fell behind after 60 minutes but Craig Brighty scored a good goal to make it 1-1. Jake Pepper and Daniel Smith were outstanding for Acorns.
Chatteris A 0, Spartak 78 A 2
Chatteris put up a strong performance against the league leaders. The home side missed two early chances and hit the post before Spartak took the lead in the 27th minute.
There were a number of goalmouth incidents but the Chatteris defence somehow kept the score to only 1-0 at half time. Spartak doubled their tally early in the second half .
Chatteris Town A 4, Godmanchester 0
Chatteris dominated most of the match against a strong Godmanchester Rovers side who had beaten them 6-1 at the start of the season. Jordan Dover gave Chatteris an early lead and Alex Lowe’s corner kick curled around the inside of the post to make it 2-0.
After the break Rhian Palmer scored a third goal for Chatteris and Dover made it 4-0 with his second goal.
Gunthorpe 2, Leverington 3
Leverington made an excellent start with a brilliant goal from Jake Hopkisson and lots of pressure from the away team caused Gunthorpe to score an own goal. Ben Longmuir added a third before Gunthorpe scored twice. Leverington resisted the pressure in the last minutes and remain top of Division 1.
Hungate Rover 1, Downham A 2
Downham, from a division higher than Hungate, raced into a 2-0 lead at half time, but Hungate battled on and were rewarded when Zack Davies fired in from 20 yards.
Both teams had chances to score again but good defending from the visitors and some good saves from Brad Sheldrake, in the Hungate goal, kept the score as it was.
Hungate Yellows 3,
Bourne Red 1
Yellows are through to the last four in the cup after this win after Keiran Higgs broke through to slot in the corner of the net midway thriugh the first half.
A Ryan Harnwell header made it 2-0 after the break but Bourne pulled a goal back. Higgs scored soon after to restore a two-goal lead. Both teams pushed hard for further goals but both defences held strong.
WSM Purples 8,
Riverside Rovers 0
Both teams started well but a well taken penalty put Purples 1-0 ahead early in the game and another goal followed soon after leaving the score 2-0 at the break.
Purples sored six goals in the second half due to some fantastic play from the whole Purples team.
Purple scorers were: Craig Peeling 2, Bartek Ziabka 2, Sam Bedwell-Byatt 2, Callum Elsey and Tadas Genulevicius.
Chatteris Orange 3,
Chatteris opened the scoring through Daniel Lynch and despite many further attempts and goalmouth scrambles the half time score remained at 1-0.
In the second half Will Grant made it 2-0 and Daniel Lynch added a further goal making the final score 3-0.
Terrington 1, Leverington 1
A very entertaining game from both sides. Will Rackley put Leverington in the lead with a good effort.
In the second half Terrington got the equaliser to set the game up as both teams searched for the winner.
There were good games from Matty Rose, Kai Mead, George Chadwick andEthan Davey (mom).
Wisbech Acorns 2,
Outwell Swifts 1
A close fought contest made for an exciting match with both teams battling hard to dominate the game, Swifts man of the match Chris Cotty secured the lead for a time but despite a fantastic team effort Acorns finally nudged ahead to win 2-1.
Estover Park 5, WSM Purple 0
Good attacking football reaped its rewards as two goals from man of the match Brandon Pearce and a goal from Brooklyn Gray gave Estover a 3-0 half-time lead.
Harvey Darville set up second half goals for Garrison Asher and Matthew Richards. Wisbech St Mary U10 Yellows are looking for players to strengthen their squad for the move to 11-a-side next season. Anyone interested please contact Andrew on 07515378338.