Best display helps Parkside get back on track

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Downham A 3, Hungate 2

Hungate found themselves 2-0 down early on in a tough game against the league leaders.

Kris Masiaz scored for Hungate only for Downham to increase the lead again.

Hungate then scored the goal of the game after a great run by Aaron Grimmer for Masiaz to score his second.

Unfortunately Hungate could not find a deserved equaliser.


Sawston 1, Parkfields 2

Parkfields needed this win to rebuild confidence after a rocky season.

With only 11 players it looked like it was going to be a tough ask, but the team pulled out probably one of their best performances of the season.

Jake Baldry put Parkfields in front, with a superb free kick. Sawston equalised after the break, then Parkfields stepped up a gear with Jack Friend crossing the ball into the path of Lewis Welcher.


Wisbech Acorns 8, Wittering 3

Acorns produced a fine display dominating this game from start to finish with goals from Alex Drewery, Ben Lister, James Bunning, Jordi Scott-Henson (2), and a hat-trick from Rob Munden.

Lewis Ward (mom) produced some excellent tackling and a fine passing game.

Stamford 3,

Leverington Blue 1

Poor defending saw Blues 1-0 down at the break.

Stamford scored two quick second half goals before Craig Pack scored for Blues. Michael Smith (mom) gave a fine display in goal.

Hungate 12,

Downham Town B 0

Another very good team display from Rovers against a spirited Downham team.

Goals came from Jack Hepting 3, Ryan McManus 2, Brad Sheldrake 2, Adam Fleet, Kieran Akred, Charlie Hewitt, Zack Davies and Klaudio Hacaj with his first for the club. James Buller was mom.


WSM Yellows 8,

Peterborough City 2

Yellows scored after five minutes from Warren Jolly, but City equalised with a powerful shot.

Yellows hit back with a goal from Ryan Buckley, followed by a penalty from Alfie Hayes. Just before half time Jolly netted his second.

In the second half City started well and pulled one back, but it was the Yellows who then took control with Jolly scoring three more goals and Liam Scott wrapping up an excellent win with the final goal.


Leverington 5,

March SS A 4 (aet)

Both teams played their part in a pulsating cup-tie on a boggy pitch.

Leverington led three times but March came back and took a 4-3 lead only for Leverington to score late on in normal time and the winner in extra time.

Leverington goals were scored by Louie Garner 3, Joe Lewis 2. Player of the match was Daniel Kimber

Hungate Greens 9, Benwick 0

Greens moved into the cup semi-finals with a comfortable win.

Hungate put together a good passing game and were clinical in front of goal despite playing on a very muddy surface.

It could have been a bigger scoreline, however the Benwick keeper had a good game.

Goalscorers were Aaron Buckley 3, Jay Rout 2, Lewis Forth 2 and Lewis Jackson (2). Man of the match for Greens was Thomas Barlow.

March Soccer School B 0, Wisbech St Mary 10

Saints are through to the semi-finals with a convincing win against a good passing March side.

Superb passing produced goals throughout the team with a Sam Smethurst hat-trick, Ethan Drew and Ajay Jolly both grabbed a brace, and Brandon Ramdharry, Alex Watts and William Pentelow were also on target. Mom was Ethan Laurence for his consistency in his tackles and passing.