Corlito notches winner for Chatteris


Godmanchester 1, 
Chatteris Town 2

Godmanchester were the more dominant team in the first half, but the Chatteris goalkeeper and defence were again up to the task.

The second half saw Chatteris take the lead when Kieran Charter scored following a concerted attack. Godmanchester equalised from a powerful free kick, but their joy was short-lived when Sam Dew took a free kick and Thomas Corlito put the ball in the net.

Wimblington 5, Eye United 1

A Sam Gavin brace, Jake Kaval, Nick Ward and a Connor Morton strike helped win three points against a strong Eye side. Jake Stacey was solid in defence.


Outwell Swifts 3, Denver 1

Outwell notched their first win of the season in a hard fought game.

Daniel Sexton gave them the lead early in the first half before Kain Ward struck from the edge of the box to score a great goal.

Outwell went 3-0 up midway through the second half through another Ward goal. Denver’s constant pressure brought them a consolation goal 10 minutes from time.

Another fine display from Dom Webb (mom).


Leverington 6, Deeping 1

Dylan Peverell inspired Leverington to a home win with a hat-trick.

Leverington’s passing was not at its best, but all players worked hard for each other.

Others goals were scored by Brandon Rider, Mitchell Bunn and Chris Cottey.

Reffley 1, Hungate Greens 3

Probably the game of the season so far ended in a fantastic away win for Hungate against a very good Refley side.

The game was played at a high tempo but in the right spirit throughout. Every Green player had a great game, with Freddie Collison bagging a well-taken hat-trick. Defender Daniel Simpson (mom) did not put a foot wrong all game.


Wisbech St Mary 10,

Tydd St Mary 0

This was the best battle Saints have had so far with a Tydd side that came to play football.

Saints goals came from Brody Warren 2, Josh Williams, Josh Douglas 2, Brandon Furneaux 2, Jay Punton, Luke Hemsley and Kieren Hibbins.

Punton put in his best performance in so far this season using his strength to continuously win back possession. Goalkeeper Sam Spriggs also made some fine saves.

Hungate Rovers 3,

March SS 3

March fell behind after 10 minutes but soon equalised through Kurt Veness.

March again fell behind but drew level again through a great individual goal by Robert Shepherd.

In the second half it was end to end and March gained a much deserved draw with a good goal from captain David Gatty. All members of the March team gave a good performance.

Chatteris Town 3, Sutton 5

Chatteris had the majority of play in the first half even though Sutton broke the deadlock making it 1-0. Chatteris made it 1-1 but Sutton hit two goals before the break.

The second half was just as entertaining but Chatteris were slow off the mark which resulted in Sutton bagging two more goals to lead 5-1. Chatteris lifted their game in the last 15 minutes to score twice.

Chatteris goals came from Clayton Shepherd 2 and Robert Fry. Ben Kimberley (mom) gave an outstanding performance in his first game.


Walpole 2, WSM 5

In a well mannered game Wisbech St Mary had the edge. Walpole’s goalkeeper did very well to keep the scoreline respectable.

Wisbech Acorns 7, 
Hungate 4

Both teams wanted to play attacking end to end football and it ended in an 11-goal thriller.

Goals for Acorns came from Piper Brundle 4, Olivia Simpson 2 and Owen Brundle.

Wisbech Town Acorns under 13 are seeking extra players for this season in the Mid Norfolk league and also for the under 7 side in the Fenland League. All enquiries to Rob Gifford on 01945 588970 or 07704 729627.

Wisbech St Mary under 9 team are looking for players. They train every Wednesday and welcome girls and boys to come along. If you are interested please call 01945 410489 for further information. You must be under 9 on 30 August 2012 and in the current school year 4.



Hungate Rovers 4,

Wyberton 0

Both teams had early chances in this S-Tec League Cup match but Hungate’s Yazmin Holmes hit the first goal and then intercepted a goal kick to double the lead.

Wyberton’s keeper made good saves from Megan Ratcliffe, Casey Ward, Ellie Bennington, Jessica Cooper 
and Emma Rudd before the break.

Wyberton regrouped and came out and tried to pull the game around, Hungate hit them on the counter attack with Megan Ratcliffe heading home the third and finished the game off with a Dominique Coleman goal.

A solid performance at the back from Rebecca Cooper (pom), Aimee Ward, Chloe Thompson and Casey Read giving Hungate their first clean sheet of the season.


Deeping 5, Hungate Rovrs 0

Hungate started well but missed chances and Deeping took the lead.

Abbie Venni made some good saves to keep the score down.

The team are still looking for more players and anyone in Year 8-9 can come training on Thursdays at 7pm at Thomas Clarkson. Contact Suzanne 07721834077.