Isaac leads goal rush


Terrington PDC 0,
Estover Park 17

Man of the match Isaac Saywell led the way with four goals.

Hat-tricks came from Brandon Pearce and Jack Stockdale. Other goals came from Callum McFadden (2), Ben Butterworth, Brad Lawrence, Callum Kirby, Zach Mulholland and Kieran Kirby.


Hemingford 2,
March Rangers 3

Ben Calvert got a well deserved hat-trick in a hard fought match.

Harry Wenn and Callum Randle could not be separated for MoM.


Wisbech St Mary Purples 6, Glinton 4

WSM played some brilliant football and scored five goals in the first 15 minutes.

WSM made it 6-1 at half-time with a penalty. In the second half Glinton had the wind advantage but WSM hung on.


Woottons 0,

Hungate Greens 3

Every player contributed to a great team performance at the league leaders. Jack Dida (2) and Jay Rout scored the all-important goals. Special mention to keeper Alex Bishop.

Denver 0, Hungate Greens 6

Scorers were Dida, Lewis Jackson, man of the match Thomas Fender, Aaron Buckley, and two from the hard working Thomas Skuse.

Farcet Colts 1,
March Rangers 4

In blustery conditions, March recorded their ninth successive victory and need one more win to clinch the league title. Goals: Harrison Deighton, Fyn Smith and Kyle Liddy (2). MoM: Jack Judd.


Isleham United 1,
March Soccer School Blues 0

March were thwarted by a good goalkeeper many times but lost to a late goal.

Leverington 1, Downham 0

Leverington wrapped up the title with five games to go when Lukas Savaulcias fed Willis Wright who beat his man and finished well. Adam Whittaker made three great stops. Sam Fisher (MoM) played his best game ever.


March Soccer School Blues 5,

Wisbech Acorns 1.

March were 4-0 up at half-time with superb goals from Ollie Hubbard, Jenson Carpenter, Joshua Kirby and Joshua Hubbard.

A brilliant performance from Ethan Peachey in goal, while Ollie Hubbard completed the scoring. Strong performances from Kian, Riley, Kieran, Callum and Joe.

WSM 4, MSS Yellow 2

Despite creating some great chances Yellows trailed 3-0 at the break.

The second half saw the Yellows dominate. Goals by Duke Higham (MoM) and Joe Smith and a missed penalty. Star WSM striker Ryan Thomas bagged four goals.