Hungate’s hard work rewarded


Whittlesey B 1,

Leverington Blue 4

Leverington took the lead through Gus Newton late in the first half against the run of play after a scrappy first period.

Whittlesey began the second half better and soon equalised. Then Leverington began to play and were soon rewarded with goals from Callum Willoughby, Tyler Adams and a second from Newton (mom).

Gayton United 0,

Hungate Rovers 6

Hungate still remain unbeaten in Mid-Norfolk Division Two after another hard working display.

Lewis Bass gave Hungate a 1-0 lead at half time against a spirited Gayton team.

In the second half, Hungate got going with two goals from Ryan McManus and one each from Jack Hepting, Kieran Akred and Joshua Ovendale.

Chatteris A 2,

Arbury 0

Chatteris completed the double over their old foes Arbury.

It was again a tense match, with neither side able to score in the first half.

Chatteris eventually managed to break the deadlock when a shot by Samuel Dew was parried by the Arbury keeper and Adam Reditt managed to put the ball into the net.

Asa Revell secured the victory when a speculative shot beat the keeper at the far post following a pass from Mitchell Morse.

Bourne Town 0,

Leverington Whites 11

In this top of the table versus bottom clash, Leverington dominated and showed their class very early on.

Leverington played entertaining, passing football and scored nine times in the first half.

Bourne never gave up and made it hard for the visitors in the second half, with Leverington only able to add two more goals.

Goalscorers: Bradley Waterfall, Dan Youles, Ben Longmuir, Harry Wrate 3, Matt Cousins 2, Brad Easey 2, Matt Ryan.

March Rangers 11,

Comberton Crusaders 0

The first 10 minutes indicated that this would be a good competitive game. But when Ben Calvert (mom) opened the scoring a goal fest erupted.

Calvert went on to add three more goals, Tony Cunnington 3, Matty Carey 2 and Jordan Tombling 2 as the match soon became one sided.


WSM Yellows 7,

Oundle 0

Oundle frustrated Saints early on but Dylan Mason eventually broke the deadlock.

In the second half, WSM continued to dominate, but the Oundle goalkeeper kept the score to single figures.

Harry Witney (mom) gave a very composed performance in midfield.

Goalscorers were Dylan Mason, Cameron Lee, Airidas Prakulisas, Jack Gale 2, Ben Gale 2.


March SS B 10,

Manea Strikers 2

March dominated large periods of this entertaining friendly and Manea produced a spirited performance.

Kyle Liddy scored four goals, Sam Smethurst and Caimen Campbell two each and Shay Chapman and Jack Judd (mom) were also on target.

Estover Park 1,

West Winch 5

Estover took the lead when Ben Butterworth expertly rounded the keeper.

Some good passing and pressure saw them dominate but Winch equalised before half-time. In the second half with the game in the balance Winch hit the decisive third goal.

As Estover chased the game late on they conceded three more to give a harsh looking scoreline.