Clenchwarton 3, WSM 6
Saints went 1-0 down from sloppy defending but Willis Wright levelled with a long range effort.
Clenchwarton took the lead again only for Brody Warren (MoM) to equalise on the stroke of half-time.
The second half was dominated by Saints and Brody Warren scored three more with Jay Punton adding his first goal.
March SS B 2, March SS A 1
March SS B showed fantastic team spirit to win a hard-fought derby and go top of the league.
Caimen Campbell (MoM) was sensational in defence and Sam Smethurst scored twice to secure the victory.
WSM Purples 3,
Hungate Greens 1
A fantastic performance from a very good passing Saints side who provided entertaining football. Ben Larner put them in front early in the first half and Hungate replied with a impressive free kick.
Saints continued with fluid passing and Leon Price (MoM) showed fantastic feet and found Zak Lakey and Ben Larner who converted further goals.
Hillington & Flitcham 3,
Estover Park 4
A big team effort saw Estover edge this tie having taken a 4-2 lead. A late freak goal made for a nervous finish.
Goals came from Garrison Asher (3) and Kieran Kirby. Brooklyn Gray was MoM and the defensive four also impressed.
Outwell Swifts 3, Clenchwarton 5
Swifts took the lead with a super shot from Kain Ward and a goal from Lewis Rawson gave them a deserved 2-1 half-time lead.
The second half was end to end with James Porter-Chapman scoring a penalty. Towards the end injuries left the Swifts defence under pressure. Kieran Rayner (MoM) for continued strong play.
Crowland 2, WSM Yellow 3
An understrength Saints battled hard in the first half missing several chances, allowing Crowland a 2-0 lead at half-time.
Saints kept their heads and in the second half, through good team work, goals came from Reece Hughes, Kieran Symons and Seb Ziabka.
Special mention to stand in goalkeeper Rob Thompson and Cain Plitsch with man of the match Ethan Goodale.
Hungate Rovers 0,
Leverington played good football throughout the team, to win this local derby.
Joe Summers (MoM) was in outstanding form and kept Hungate at bay, including a fantastic penalty save. Leverington’s strikers Tommy Wiles and Billy Carmen scored five goals apiece with Liam Dennis adding the other.
Outwell Swifts 2, Benwick 1
A good hard game with end to end action. Both teams played very good football with Toby Allen scoring from two free kicks. Nathan Fisher was MoM.
Leverington 5, Thurlby 0
Leverington produced a fine team display to win convincingly.
Max Dade pounced on a rebound to open the scoring, Ben Jackson added two more before setting up a Matt Gowler goal. Tom Lindsay completed the scoring with Mitch Smith MoM.
WSM Purples 1, Powerleague 3
Purples showed determination against this Division One side and went into the break only one goal down.
Halfway through the second half Purples scored an equaliser, but Colts came back to take the lead and in the last few minutes as Purples pushed forward they added a third.
It was the last match for Purples goalkeeper Harry Wilkinson-Roberts and the team would like to wish him well .
Outwell Swifts 4, Litcham 8
LitchAm led 2-1 at the break but Swifts equalised early in the second half.
Litcham then took control with a succession of goals before Swifts hit back in the last 10 minutes to make it 8-4.
Swifts goalscorers were: Sam Last, Lewis Stacey, Caemon Leitch (MoM) and Ronnie Bucken.
Hungate Rovers 4,
Fleet Rangers 0
Birthday boy Lewis Basse was the man in form for Hungate with a second half hat-trick after Ryan McManus had given them a half-time lead.
A good all round team display saw Hungate move to the top of the league. Another clean sheet for Marley Woods and good displays from Samuel Young, Kieran Akred and Tom Ward helped Rovers to victory.
Leverington Whites 5
Leverington soon dominated this Knockout Cup-tie with Bradley Waterfall and Matt Ryan scoring, but Whittlesey got a goal back before half-time.
In the second half, despite frustrating offside decisions, Leverington scored three more through Ben Longmuir 2 and Brad Easey.
Deeping Rangers 5,
Wisbech Acorns 0
Acorns lost this cup-tie to a team from a higher league.
In a high quality game the scoreline did not reflect how well Acorns played and they matched Deeping for most of the game. A good team performance, with Alex Drewery (MoM) commanding in the centre of defence.
Hardwick 2, Chatteris 1
Chatteris tamely surrendered their unbeaten record to Hardwick in a tight game where the visitors never quite got going.
Despite being second best for all of the first half Jackson and Crane missed good chances and Town went in 1-0 down.
The second half was an improvement but Hardwick doubled their lead from a corner. Frankie Ransome scored to make it 2-1 with five minutes left but Chatteris could not rally enough.
l Wisbech St Mary Yellows under 11s are looking for extra players to strengthen their squad including a goalkeeper.
Anyone in school year 6 interested please contact Andrew Howell on 07515378338.