Chatteris 2, Girton 0
Chatteris made ground on the top two with a very hard working win against a determined and powerful team from Cambridge.
The first half was even with both keepers having to make good saves to keep the score at 0-0.
A slight reorganisation at half-time did the trick and Chatteris had much the better of the second half, but it took two exceptional goals to win the game late on.
On 68 minutes good control from McWilliams and a decent pass put Gary Jackson through who lobbed the keeper from 20 yards out.
Three minutes later a clearance fell to Jackson who passed sideways to Frankie Ransome (mom) who had the vision and skill to fire home from all of 40 yards out to secure the points.
Castle Rising 0,
Hungate Rovers 12
Hungate continued there unbeaten run with a comfortable win at Castle Rising.
Two goals each from Tom Ward, Kieran Akred, Zack Davies and one each for Charlie Hewitt and Adam Fleet gave Hungate an 8-0 lead at the break.
Goalkeeper come striker Marley Woods then added a hat-trick before Ryan McManus completed the scoring. Another all round good team performance from Rovers with Josh Ovendale (mom).
Wisbech Acorns 2, Whittlesey 0
Acorns took on the league leaders Whittlesey, and produced their best performance of the season with a convincing win.
Two first half goals from Jordi Scott-Henson and Rob Munden secured the win in a game Acorns dominated throughout. Man of the match Matthew Barrett.
Leverington Blue 7, Oundle 0
The Blues began the game swiftly with a goal within the first minute when Gus Newton (mom) found the net.
A productive and attractive first half from the home side saw goals from Callum Willoughby, Harry Clarke and Oli Williams, making his debut.
In the second half Oundle pushed hard to get on the scoresheet, but Leverington’s defence held on and secured the win with a goal from the captain Harry Johnson.
Stamford 0, WSM 3
Saints continued their winning ways to stay undefeated in the league so far this season.
At times they played some excellent football to create numerous chances before Alistair Morgan scored with a header for his first goal for the club.
Ross Beart added a second with an elegant chip from the edge of the area. A third goal twas finished off by Reagan Brown after another interchange of passing in what was a very good all round team performance.
WSM Blacks 5, FC Inter 1
WSM continued their winning streak, even though they seemed to make hard work of their win.
Goalscorers were Terry 2, Arnas, Aidan and Robbie(mom).
Ryhall 3, Leverington 3
Leverington picked themselves up after last week’s disappointing result with a well deserved draw at high flying Ryhall.
Ben Jackson 2 and Tom Lindsay scored the goals in a great performance.
Stamford 3, WSM Yellows 3
Stamford started the game very brightly with two quick goals. Saints then got a goal back just before half time through Jack Gale.
After the break Saints upped their game and Airidas Prakulisas tapped in a good cross from Ben Gale. They continued to dominate until Stamford scored from a corner kick against the run of play.
Dylan Mason then equalised for Saints with an excellent shot 10 seconds from time.
Overall a very good competitive game of football
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Powerleague 7, WSM Yellow 0
Saints battled hard against Powerleague but were unable to convert their chancesleading to their first league defeat of the season. Man of match Jamie Blades.
North Star Yellow 0 , Leverington 11
This was a very good game with the visitors failing to take advantage of good play to open the scoring.
Then after 20 minutes Liam Dennis met a fine Tommy Wiles cross to head in at the far post. Harry Barnes was once again fantastic in defence against a strong centre forward. Tommy Wiles (mom) was excellent with his work rate.
Leverington goalscorers were: J Towson, L Dennis 2, L Savage, T Wiles 3 and B Carmen 4.
Estover Park 3, Terrington 2
In a well contested game Estover fought back from a goal down at half time with three goals from Garrison Asher.
Terrington pulled one back in the final seconds. Both teams defences were worked hard with Brad Lawrence, Brandon Pearce and Kyle Nosworthy (mom) Estover’s outstanding.