Five-star Tigers are still in the hunt for honours


Chatteris Tigers 5, Waterbech 1

Tigers conceded their first goal in 359 minutes of football when Waterbeach equalised a Frankie Ransome opener after 19 minutes when a long ball evaded the defence and home keeper.

But on 33 minutes a great bit of skill from Jackson led to a cross which was headed home by Tyler Crane.

Second half Chatteris dominated and Ransome (mom) for the third time this season scored from 40 yards showing great vision and techinque.

Daniel McDermott cut in from the left and hit an unstoppable shot to make it 4-1 and late on a brilliant run from the halfway line by McWilliams led to a tap in, for his hat-trick, for MOTM Ransome.

A comfortable home win to consolidate second place and keep in the hunt for some honours at the end of season.


Chatteris A 2, Milton 1

Chatteris came out on top in a thrilling Cambs League Cup quarter-final against Milton, who had won the trophy for the past three seasons.

A superb defence from Alex Lowe, Dale Browne, Matthew Lilley and Ivo Nooteboom and a solid performance from goalkeeper Matthijs Nooteboom denied a fast-paced Milton attack chances.

A very early goal from Asa Revell and a fumbled goal, following a corner, from Ivo Nooteboom in the second half, gave Chatteris the lead. Milton got one back from a free header, but a brilliant save from Nooteboom denied Milton an equaliser. An excellent team performance.

West Winch 3, Hungate Rovers 1

Hungate Rovers lost out to Division One leaders West Winch in this Mid-Norfolk League Cup quarter final.

The home side took the lead in the second minute but Hungate equalised just before the break with a brilliant volley from Ryan McManus.

In the second half Hungate conceded two goals in the last three minutes to hand the tie to a very good West Winch team. Hungate’s central defender Anthony Reeve had an outstanding game in goal due to the absence of their regular keeper and James Buller was man of the match.

Leverington Blue 1, Sawtry 0

A gritty performance by an under par Leverington side in this Division Three clash.

Early pressure from the visitors led to them hitting the bar twice.

The Blues only had a few chances to find the net and were rewarded late in the half through a Callum Willoughby free kick finished by Harry Johnson.

It was one way traffic in the second half with Sawtry peppering the Leverington goal but a great defensive display from the Blues goalkeeper Mike Smith (mom).


Chatteris Town 4,

Plantation 4 (aet)

Chatteris lost out in a penalty shoot out in this Knockout Cup tie.

The Town team were locked together at 3-3 at the end of normal time.

In extra time Plantation took the lead but Chatteris came back with seconds to go to score the equaliser and send the match to penalties.

Goalscorers were: Will Grant 2, Lewis Brightman and Matthew Moore.


Woodston 1, WSM Yellows 5

In a very competitive battle Yellows started the game very brightly but Woodston scored against the run of play.

This goal seemed to motivate Yellows. Ben Gale equalised and then another two quick goals came through Cameron Lee and Jack Gale.

In the second half Yellows dominated with Lee scoring with a fine header and a very good move ended with Jack Gale scoring.

Alex Watson and Eddie Briede looked very comfortable in defence. Harry Witney was again man of the match.

Hungate Yellows 0,

Hungate Whites 6

A gutsy performance from both Hungate teams with the Whites coming out on top with goals from Ben Porter, Robert Lee, Freddie Collinson 2, Jacob Hardwick and Jordon Vick to go through to semi-finals.


Feltwell 4, Hungate Greens 6

A truly cracking cup quarter-final between the top two teams in the league.

Hungate went into half time 2-0 up thanks to two great strikes from the impressive Jay Rout.

The second half saw Greens stretch their lead to 4-0 and seemingly home and dry.

However the talented Feltwell side never gave in and hit three quick goals.

Hungate though showed why they are unbeaten this season by winning 6-4. Other Hungate scorers were Lewis Jackson, Aaron Buckley and two for man of the match Jack Dida.