Ryan’s winner rises to the occasion

Under 16

Castle Rising 0,

Hungate Rovers 1

Hungate had to battle really hard for this win against a hard working Castle Rising, Ryan Mcmanus scoring the only goal after a fine passing move.

Castle Rising pushed for a equaliser but stand-in goalkeeper Anthony Reeve was unbeatable while Josh Ovendale and Charlie Hewitt were outstanding in central defence and Joe Shannon had a fine debut in midfield.

Mereside 2, Wisbech Acorns 4

In this league cup fixture Acorns bounced back from their previous week’s Pye Cup defeat. First half goals from Dan Oakley, Callum Davey and Ben Cooper gave a comfortable 3-0 half time lead. Mereside pulled two goals back, but a second from Dan Oakley secured the win and progress into the next round. Conner Hills wasman-of-the-match for an energetic performance in defence.

Under 15 Peterborough

League Cup

Wisbech St Mary 1, Powerleague 0

Wisbech St Mary won this entertaining game with a solitary well taken goal from Reagan Brown, Saints dominated the first half but credit to Powerleague who came back strongly in the second half but found Saints defence determined not to concede in a very good all round team performance.

Under 14

Litcham 5, Leverington 4

In this close game Leverington just missed out on a deserved point. Leverington should have been four up but missed their chances and then found themselves two down. Luke Ryan pulled one back and Kai Mead levelled with good determination rounding the advancing keeper and scoring into an empty net for 2-2 at the break.

Litcham then went ahead again, but Peter Ryan pulled them back level. Leverington felt they didn’t get the rub of the green, with Litcham taking the lead from yet another free kick. Will Rackley levelled it again with a excellent header and with time running out Litcham got the winner, to take the points. Harry Pratt was man of the match.

Under 12

Estover Park 18, Wells Town 0

After some initial resistance from Wells, Estover scored with increasing regularity and 12 goals came in the second half as the visitors tired. The goals came from man-of-the-match Zach Mulholland 3, Kieran Kirby 3, Ben Butterworth 4, Brandon Pearce 3, Jack Stockdale 3 and Callum McFadden 2.

Under 11

Phoenix 2, Leverington 5

Leverington came back from 2-0 down to win this game showing great character and playing some very attractive football.

Goals came from Louie Garner (2), Joe Lewis, Dylan Pevereall and Brandon Rider.

Deeping Clarets 0,

Leverington 9

Leverington totally dominated from start to finish against very sporting opponents. Scorers were Mitchell Bunn (4), Joe Lewis (2), Louie Garner, Brandon Rider and Dylan Pevereall.

Kyle Smith was man of the match.

Terrington 4, Hungate Greens 6

Greens were slow getting into the game and found themselves two down for the first time this season against a determined Terrington side. At half time Terrington were leading 3 - 2 and scored their fourth just after the re-start.

Thankfully Greens then got their slick passing game going and turned the match around and finished up winning 4-6 to keep their 100per cent record intact. Goals came from Jack Dida (3), with Jay Rout and Thomas Fender getting one each, as did man of the match Lewis Jackson with a stunning free kick.

Wisbech St Mary 9

Paston Flyers 2

An excellent performance from the young Saints side keeps them top of the table with a comfortable win against a good Paston team. Lee hunt opened the scoring and went on to complete his hat-trick with Joshua Gear and Robert Lee grabbing a brace. Ajay Jolly and man-of-the-match Brandon Ramdharry also found the net.

Under 10

Wisbech St Mary 5, Hungate 0

This game always produces a battle and it did not disappoint, Hungate started the better with some good attacks and great defending and not to mention saves from an in-form Cam Bates in the Hungate goal stopping everything Saints fired at him. Late in the first half Saints were on the back foot as Hungate pressed yet the partnership of Luke Hemsley and Kieren Hibbins continued to be excellent.

Saints upped their game in the second half and it paid off as Josh Douglas lobbed the Hungate keeper in the first five minutes. The game had changed and it was one-way with Saints dominating and adding four more goals through Brandon Furneaus (3) and Brody Warren.

Benwick 2,

March Soccer School Yellows 5

March played very well and Benwick played their part in an entertaining game. March led at half time by 4-0 thanks to two goals each from Robert Shepherd and skipper David Gatty. The second goal by Robert Shepherd was a brilliant individual effort.

Benwick played much better in the second half and scored twice before March added their fifth through Robert Shepherd completing his hat trick. Goalkeeper Harry Bidwell pulled off a terrific double save to prevent Benwick scoring a third.

Leverington 4, Denver 3

Leverington started well in the Mid Norfolk cup and Grady Goode had a good effort well saved well before Lucas Savaulcias opened the scoring.

Denver equalised from a corner, Tristan Jones restored the lead and the visitors again levelled after some sloppy defending. Leverington went back in front through Willis Wright with a low drive and Goode looked to have put the tie to bed scoring from from close range, but Denver never gave up and a superb volley pulled them back. Leverington keeper and man-of-the match Adam Whittakermade a good save right at the end to take Leverington into the next round.

March Soccer School Blues 8, Streatham Sporting 1

March dominated this Cambs Mini League game from the start.

Some good passing football proved far too strong for a good Streatham side going into the break leading 5-0 thanks to goals from Lewis Kent, Samuel Wood, Cameron Kirby and Josh Kirby (2).

In the second half March continued as they left off in the first half and added a further three through Cameron Kirby, Samuel Wood and Lewis Kent before Streatham got a late consolation with a good strike.

Under 9

Holbech 0, Acorns 0

This was the meeting of the top two teams in the league so far. Acorns started strongly and created the more clear cut chances hitting the post and when they we did break through the Holbeach keeper somehow kept the ball out.

The second half was very much the same but Acorns juet couldn’t find that elusive winning goal. It was a very good team performance by Acorns against a Holbeach side which had previously not dropped any points this season.

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