Wisbech St Mary 5,
West Wratting 1
SAINTS got back to winning ways with a much improved display.
After an end to end first half Saints went one up through Jacob Smith then stepped it up a gear in the second with two more from Smith and one each from Shane Green and Joe Moore-Papworth. An excellent team performance with Jake Greentree in fine form at the back.
Saints team: Vilius Balandis; George Melton; Kingsley Robinson; Ben McCourt; Jake Greentree; Shane Green; Harley Rust; Jacob Smith; Harley Kitching; Callum Greentree; Conor Brennan; Joe Moore-Papworth.
Huntingdon Rowdies 5, Parkfield Youth 3
Parkfield tried to recapture some early season form.
A dramatic comeback in the second half saw Parkfields come from 2-0 down to take the lead 3-2.
Rowdies showed real character to reply three times.
Team: Marley Woods, Dale Richardson, Harry Coppin, Harry Wrate, Harry Papworth, Jake Baldry (1), Jack Friend (2), Jordan Thacker, Ryan Dennis, Joe Clark (mom), Lewis Welcher, Dale Browne.
League Cup semi-final
Milton Colts A 5,
Chatteris Town Youth A 0
Chatteris had several chances that went wide, but Milton were just too quick with the ball.
Chatteris were also unlucky to lose their captain Luke Bailey within the first quarter of the game, playing with a player short for the remainder of the match.
Players: Alexander Lowe, Cameron Sharp, Asa Revell, Ivo and Matthijs Nooteboom, Jack Ryan, Matthew Lilley, Sam Dew, Tom Hare, Rhian Palmer, Luke Bailey, Jordan Dover.
Leverington Blue 1
Individual errors saw 10 man Blues go 4-1 down at half time with Mac Minall scoring for Blues.
Lewis Bass was strong in defence in a much improved second half team performance.
Team: Michael Smith, Lewis Bass (mom), Jordan Webb, Harry Barker, Callum Willoughby, Harry Clarke, Mac Minall, Craig Pack, Jack Griffin, Kieron Milner.
Leverington Whites 6,
Glinton United 2
Glinton took the lead but an injury to Glinton’s keeper meant that they had to substitute.
Leverington drew level just before half time with a goal from Ben Longmuir.
The hosts came out for the second half with a much better attitude, which soon led to another goal by Jake Hopkisson. More goals by Matt Cousins, Matt Ryan and two from Brad Easey.
Leverington: Dan Nuccoll, Dan Youles, Ben Cooper, Ben Longmuir, Ben Calvert, Brad Easey, Brad McGarvie, Matt Ryan, Matt Cousins, Jake Hopkisson,Toby Ayres, Joe Mummery, Drew Barker, Xavier Kitchin, Ashley Payne.
Wisbech Acorns 2
On a small sized pitch Acorns outplayed Netherton but lost the game through three breakaway goals against the run of play.
Both of Acorns’ goals were scored by Jordi Scott-Henson who was mom for his overall good performance.
Acorns: Conner Hills, Shane Coleman, Lewis Ward, Alex Drewery, Alek Walencik, Ben Gant, Jordi Scott-Henson, Ben Lister, Rob Munden, Danny Rooks, Kiaren Skeels, Callum Davey, Matthew Barrett. James Bunning.
Castle Rising 1,
Hungate Rovers 5
Hungate moved to the top of Mid-Norfolk Division Two for the first time after another good team performance.
Ryan McManus bagged a well taken hat-trick and a Jack Hepting brace sealed the points for Rovers.
Sam Young played well in goal for Hungate and Kieran Akred was mom.
LEVERINGTON’s Josh Hamm-ond pulled off two outstanding saves before George Reader opened the scoring.
Will Rackley made it two, linking up well with George Chadwick and Reader.
James Clark got another hat-trick with the first a perfect lob. Rackley added four more, and Connor Wood added a good header. Good games from Kai Mead, Sam Lewis, Tom Warrick and Chadwick.
Squad: Josh Hammond, Tom Warrick, Jacob Shailes, Aaron Bass, Harry Pratt, Connor Wood Kai Mead, Sam Lewis, George Chadwick, Will Rackley (mom), George Reader (mom), James Clark.
WSM Yellows 1,
Yellows started quickly with some good passing, but were unable to breakdown the Glinton defence until five minutes before half time, when Warren Jolly hit a powerful shot into the bottom corner.
In the second half the Yellows defence held strong, and Roberts Breide in the centre of the defence was terrific, with some tough tackling and good clearing headers.
Team: Jack Hurst, Sam Land, Sam Ground, James Stewart, Roberts Breide (mom), Alphy Hayes, Teddy Haime, Ryan Buckley, Liam Scott, Warren Jolly, Cameron Leitch, Brandon Watson.
Hungate Rovers Yellows 8 Riverside Red 0
Yellows maintained their position with a good all round performance.
They quickly opened the scoring through Ben Garner. Further goals came quickly from Keiran Higgs, Ronnie Buckenham from a tight angle and Harry Baldry tapping in a neat cross from Higgs.
In the second half Keiran Higgs scored a hat trick and Scott Drewery completed the scoring.
Yellows: Ashley Hicks, Keiran Higgs, Reece Paterson, Scott Drewery, Harry Baldry, Ben Garner, Ronnie Buckenham, Adam Cousins, Mark Samways, Ryan Harnwell, Matthew Holden, Rio Chilvers, Lewis Gunns and Zain Hussain.
Wisbech St Mary Yellows 5, Oundle Juniors 0
WISBECH St Mary dominated from the start by playing with a very high tempo.
Brandon Campbell opened the scoring, Ben Gale got a well deserved hat-trick, and Jack Gale was the other scorer.
The highlight of the game was a well designed set piece from the training ground, which concluded with the fourth goal. Ellie Nobbs was in very good form in defence.
Team: Josh Curson, Jack Baker, Harry Witney, Lewis Swann, Ellie Nobbs, Daniel Higgs, Brandon Campbell, Ben Gale (mom), Airidas Prakuliauskas, Alex Watson, Jack Gale, Terry Willmott, Brooklyn Adams, Ethan Parrin, Jack Gibson.
Estover Park 0
Estover could do everything but score as wave after wave of attack was thwarted by some great goalkeeping and poor fortune.
Credit has to be given to both teams for a pulsating match in extremely poor weather conditions.
Hungate Greens 5,
Hungate Yellows 1
Greens managed to shine in this club v club fixture.
A wonder strike from Jay Rout brought the game to life. Yellows played well and got a deserved equaliser through Jordan later in the first half. A great strike by Jacko for Greens made scoreline 2-1 at half-time .
Greens were often thwarted by a good performance from Daniel in the Yellows goal.
Three very good strikes came from Jack Dida (man of match), another for Jacko and a first of the season for Nathan Culley.
Well done to both sides for playing football in the right spirit despite the weather.