Wisbech St Mary 7, Bottisham 0
Saints under 15s continued their fine form with a 7-0 win in the Pye Under 16 County Cup.
They dominated the game from start to finish with Reagan Brown scoring a hat-trick with other goals from Joe Reed 2, Daniel Palmer and Shay Fairclough.
It was a very good performance all round which saw Ross Beart play his best game of the season.
Hardwick 6, Wisbech Acorns 2
This Pye cup match was more evenly balanced than it appears, but poor finishing and woeful defending cost Acorns the game.
After falling 3-0 down, a Callum Davey brace made it 3-2 at half-time. Acorns continued to press for the equaliser and created numerous chances before conceding the fourth goal late in the game.
Hardwick then hit two goals which gave a flattering score line to the home team. James Denwood (mom) always had the beating of his full back.
Leverington White 2, Chatteris Town 0
Chatteris were unlucky not to have drawn against top of the Peterborough League team Leverington White, who continued their unbeaten record of the last few years in their Pye Cup win.
It was a very spirited match, but Chatteris struggled with the long grass, which didn’t suit their style of play. They had however plenty of chances, but couldn’t capitalise on any of them.
Leverington managed to score one goal in each half.
Leverington 2, Woottons 6
Leverington lost this game but the result did not reflect the game.
Woottons opened the scoring and Ethan Davey equalised with a great finish. The visitors then went ahead again from the penalty spot, but once again Leverington drew level through Luke Ryan.
Sam Lewis also found the net but was harshly ruled offside so it was 2-2 at the break.
In the second half Woottons upped their game scoring four times with good finishes.
Young Bassy was mom for not giving up despite the score line.
WSM Purples 5, Thorney 0
The game kicked off with an early goal by Luke Foster and three more followed in the first half from Terry Willmott 2 and Sam Knott. The team were passing well, but also missed some good chances.
After half time, although Purples had many shots at the goal but only one goal from Bradley Baker.
The boys had a surprise before the game with a new kit sponsored by The Cabinet Maker and LG Flooring.
Heacham Minors 0, Estover Park 14
Estover racked up their biggest win to date after scoring 11 goals in the first half.
Jack Stockdale scored from the first attack and set up Callum McFadden (mom) from the second attack.
Both added three more each with other goals coming from Callum Kirby 2, Kieran Kirby 2, Isaac Saywell and Brandon Pearce.
Hungate Rovers 10, Shouldham 2
Rovers maintained their 100 per cent start to the season to go top of the league.
It was a great all team performance from the Hungate side, with Alex Bishop producing a great penalty save and the hard-working Jay Rout picking up the man of the match award.
Goals came from Aaron Buckley 3, Thomas Skuse 2, the very impressive Lewis Jackson 2, Nathan Culley and Freddie Collison.
March Rangers 13, Boston United 3
March produced an outstanding team performance to maintain their winning start to the season.
The superb Kyle Liddy (mom) hit seven goals and also on target were Maksims Grigorjevs 2, Sam Smethurst 2, Harrison Deighton and Fyn Smith.
Wisbech St Mary 7, Werrington 1
Perfect conditions allowed for fluid football from both sides. Jay Jolly put the Saints in front within the first five minutes followed by goals from Ethan Drew and Joshua Gear.
Werrington surprised Saints by scoring straight from the second half kick off after some great passing.
Saints reacted swiftly and showed good character to add further goals from Gear, Lee Hunt, Jolly and the impressive Drew (mom), who gave an excellent performance.
Leverington 3, Woottons 1
This top of the table clash saw a good passing game with Woottons on top for periods in the first half but a good long-range effort from Willis Wright hitting the bar for Leverington.
In the second half Leverington took control with Wright scoring from a corner. Woottons then equalised, but back came Leverington with a bullet header from Callum Hughes (mom).
Woottons never gave up, but Leverington’s Sam Fisher and Jake Hughes were solid at the back. A Leverington free kick led to Hughes’ second goal from close range.
Manager John Goode said: “Both teams played some good football, but we had just a bit more than them that was the difference.”
March SS Whites 7, Haddenham 2
March scored an emphatic Cambs Mini League win after a very good team performance.
They opened the scoring with a firm drive from Samuel Wood who added a second before half-time.
March added a further five goals in the second half through Liam Lambert 2, Josh Kirby 2 and Wood to complete his hat-trick.
Haddenham scored two late goals through a penalty and a good strike.
Fenland Rovers 2, March SS Blues 6
March secured their first victory in the Fenland Youth League.
March opened the scoring through Kurt Veness and added a second through a penalty by Robert Shepherd.
Fenland Rovers pulled two goals back before half time to make it 2-2.
March dominated the second half and added four more goals through Christopher Howsam 2 and Shepherd to complete his hat-trick.
This was an excellent team performance and all players worked very hard.
March B 1, Wisbech Acorns 7
Acorns started strongly and soon took an early lead and from then on it was one-way traffic.
Acorns led 4-1 at half time and never looked back.
Piper Brundle scored her second hat-trick in as many games taking her tally to seven goals in two games. Tyler Knowles also scored a hat-trick with Owen Brundle scoring for the second game running.
This was by far the best performance of the season so far with special praise to March who never gave up.