Wisbech Acorns 3
Wimblington took an early 2-0 lead with goals from Jake Kaval and Sam Gavins, but Acorns pulled a goal back through James Bunning.
Acorns slowly improved and netted with an equaliser from Bunning, before Callum Davey gave them a second half lead.
Wimblington eventually equalised which was a fair reflection of the game. Acorns’ Kiaren Skeels (mom) was again consistent in defence.
Chatteris 2, Newmarket 2
Newmarket took a 2-0 lead after only 15 minutes and Chatteris could do nothing about it.
The second half was much better, with twice a combination between Asa Revell and Adam Reditt leading to a goal and the keeper pulling off a few fine saves kept the score at a draw. Not the best of Chatteris performances.
Estover Park 4, Shouldham 0
Persistent Estover pressure was finally rewarded with two goals for Jack Stockdale.
Brad Lawrence added a third before half-time and Ben Butterworth’s second half headed goal ended any hopes of a comeback. Kyle Nosworthy was mom in a result that sees Estover move into second place, leapfrogging their previously undefeated opponents.
Denver 0, Hungate Greens 11
Jack Dida hit a first half hat-trick with Freddie Collison and Lewis Jackson also on target.
After the break Jay Rout also hit three goals, Aaron Buckley one and goalkeeper Alex Bishop coming out of goal and netting twice. A great team performance with Travis Stapleton picking up mom.
March Rangers 5, Yaxley 1
An excellent team performance led to a comfortable victory against a spirited Yaxley side.
Goals were scored by Kyle Liddy, Dylan Rowlett, Jack Judd and Sam Smethurst 2. Harrison Deighton (mom) was fantastic.
March SS 1,
Wisbech St Mary 14
Saints continued their run of high scoring games with Brandon Furneaux hitting seven goals and Brody Warren, Jay Punton, Josh Douglass, Sam Spriggs, Samuel Gowler, Luke Hemsley and Kieran Hibbins also on target.
March never gave up with some great defensive performances and hard work making Saints work hard for every goal.
March SS Blues 7, Chatteris 0
March again played some very good football, after a slow start. They took the lead through Josh Kirby and Lewis Kent added a second before half-time.
After the break March added five more goals with Kirby completing his hat-trick, Kent,Ted Payne and a first goal for Kieran Hibbins. There was an excellent performance from the Chatteris keeper.
Wisbech Acorns 4,
Acorns missed chances before Piper Brundles gave them a 1-0 lead at the break.
Tyler Knowles made it 2-0 from a corner but Whittlesey pulled a goal back soon. Knowles then completed his hat-trick with two goals. Whittlesey broke once more to make it 4-2.
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