Saints spurred on to victory

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Wisbech St Mary 4,

Chatteris 1

Chatteris started by far the brighter of the teams and took the lead midway through the first half.

This spurred Saints into action and within five minutes Callum Greentree equalised after a superb pass from Jacob Brown. Soon after Greentree’s low cross deflected in off a Chatteris defender to give Saints the lead.

Before half-time, Joe Moore-Papworth stormed through the Chatteris defence to create an easy chance for Jacob Smith to make it 3-1.

In the second half Jacob Smith ran from the half-way line to score Saints’ fourth goal.

Chatteris B 1, Bar Hill Colts 3

Chatteris lost for the first time since September when the league leaders Bar Hill were gifted all three of their goals.

Chatteris started very well and good work from Gary Jackson set up a Pat Ford shot which beat the keeper but was cleared off the line. But mistakes at the back let in Bar Hill to lead 2-0 at the break.

Mid-way into the second half Bar Hill made it 3-0 after a poor goal kick. Tyler Crane finally scored for Chatteris with three minutes to go after clever footwork. Joe Baker was mom in his first game of the season after a broken collerbone.

Histon Hornets 3, Parkfields 4

After a long lay off, Parkfields travelled to Histon and beat a strong Hornets team.

Goals came from Jake Friend 2, Jake Baldry and an own goal. Lewis Welcher was mom for his battling performance

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Northborough 3,

Wisbech Acorns 9

After a long period of inactivity Acorns were able to find form in a good all-round team performance on a heavy and sticky pitch.

Goalscorers were Rob Munden and Jordi Scott- Henson, who both hit hat-tricks, Ben Lister 2 and Alex Drewery. Conner Hills in the first half and Callum Davey taking over in goal because of injury both made first class saves.

Leverington Blue 0,

Parkside 7

A poor first half performance saw the Blues 6-0 down at the break.

Harsh words at half-time saw a much improved second half from the Blues, with the visitors scoring late in the game.

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Hungate Yellows 12,

Riverside Blue 0

Yellows got back on the winning trail after the long lay-off.

Ben Garner opening the scored twice, Rio Chilvers and Scott Drewery were also on target to lead 4-0 at half time.

The second half saw Yellows up the tempo and further goals came from Ronnie Buckingham (3), Harry Baldry, Ryan Harnwell, Drewery, Garner and Keiran Higgs.

Chatteris Town Orange 8, Needingworth Colts 0

Chatteris applied pressure as the game unfolded but only managed to net one goal before half-time through Lewis Brightman.

The second half saw Chatteris take control and then the goals began to flow. A further three goals for Brightman, Daniel Lynch 3 and Callium Watson gave a great start following the bad weather.

WSM Yellows 4, Holbeach 1

The two unbeaten teams in the division clashed and it was the Yellows who came out on top.

They scored the opening goal with a good run and finish from Cameron Leitch and this was quickly followed by a goal from Warren Jolly.

Jolly then scored two more to complete his hat-trick, and put the Yellows 4-0 up at half-time.

The second half was an even contest with both sides creating chances, but the only goal of the half was scored by Holbeach.

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March 10, Walpole 0

March produced a powerful team performance that deserved a comprehensive victory.

After an own goal put March ahead, Oliver Mann produced a first half hat-trick to put March in a strong position. Daniel Waltham completed the first half scoring to put March five up.

In the second half Niall Kightly scored to well-taken goal and Mann produced two more goals, taking his tally to five before Stef Cavozzi completed the scoring.

Leverington Sports 4,

Wisbech Acorns 1

Leverington took all of the first half to shake off the break with Acorns defending superbly to keep it at 0-0.

In the second half Jake Meyer was given a soft penalty which he dispatched well, followed by further goals from Mitchell Smith, Matt Gowler and Tom Lindsay, Acorns rallied and were rewarded with a well-taken shot, both Ryan Cobb and Jordan Coxford performed well as opposite keepers.

WSM Blacks 1, Holbeach 6

Holbeach had the best of the game in the first half and their defence was strong so there was no getting by them.

In the second half though a determined Saints scored through Leeandro but the lads failed to finish any more chances.