Hungate Rovers 1,
River Lane 0
Hungate returned to winning ways with a hard fought win against a strong River Lane side.
An end to end first half failed to produce any goals with both teams defending very well.
After the break Ryan McManus scored with a long- range free kick. The visitors pressed for an equaliser but Hungate’s back four and goalkeeper Marley Woods stood strong to hold on for a well deserved victory. Charlie Hewitt (mom) was outstanding in midfield.
Gunthorpe 0, Wimblington 1
Wimblington dominated the first half with Jake Kaval’s long distance strike.
Sam Gavin worked hard and Nic Ward impressed.
The second half saw a Gunthorpe charge but keeper Kieran Sammon made some stunning saves.
Estover Park 3, Shouldham 1
Estover moved into the quarter finals of the Cambs Cup with a hard fought win.
Estover took the the lead through Kieran Kirby, but Shouldham levelled early into the second half with a penalty.
Jack Stockdale made it 2-1 and an own goal settled the tie. Brandon Pearce (mom) had to cover at centre back after losing Kyle Nosworthy to injury. Callum Kirby and Isaac Saywell also did well.
Bourne 0, Leverington 9
Leverington extended their lead at the top of the table with a comfortable win at Bourne.
They played some fine football and goals flowed in both halves from Chris Cottey 3, Louie Garner 3, Dylan Peverall, Joe Lewis and Brandon Rider (mom).
March SS Blues 1,
Newmarket took the lead after about 20 minutes in the Cambs Cup-tie and March equalised with a good goal from Josh Kirby.
In the second half both teams again played excellent football with chances at both ends. Newmarket were awarded a penalty for a handball and this was brilliantly saved by Ozzy Lane.
Just when the game looked to be going to extra time Newmarket scored the winner with virtually the last kick of the game.
Tydd St Mary 3, Hungate 2
Tydd St Mary made it five successive wins with an assured performance against a strong Hungate side.
Tyler Merison opened the scoring and Adam Coates scored twice to make it 3-0.
Hungate pulled two goals back but good defensive work from Baker, Garner and Upson saw the game out .
Wisbech Acorns 2
It was a very even first half with no goals but after the break Acorns’ Owen Brundle opened the scoring with a left foot shot.
From the restart Leverington broke straight through and equalised. Acorns soon made it 2-1 through Tyler Knowles but Leverington hit back again with a goal from a corner.