Leverington make most of uphill task


Docking 2, Leverington 3

Leverington gained a much needed and well deserved three points.

They played up the hill in the first half and scored three goals from Luke Ryan 2 and Evan Davey. Docking pulled a goal back and missed a penalty.

The second half went a bit scrappy and Leverington had to absorb the pressure from Docking, who scored late in the game.

Pete Ryan was mom, with Kai Mead and Aaron Bass also doing well.


Hungate Rovers 6,

Dersingham 1

The game went ahead despite the dreadful weather conditions and was a credit to both sides that such a good game of football was played.

Dersingham took an early lead but Hungate proved too strong but Hungate hit back with goals from Aaron Buckley 2, Jay Rout 2, Freddie Collison and Lewis Jackson. The whole team played well but Thomas Fender (mom) was assured in defence.


Sutton 1, March SS Blues 9

March dominated the game producing some very good passing to lead 5-0 lead at half-time with goals by Cameron Kirby, Ted Payne, Liam Lambert, Lewis Kent and Josh Kirby.

March continued to pass well in the second half and added four goals from Kirby and Kent to complete hat-tricks.


Hungate Rovers 10,

Chatteris 5

Chatteris took the lead from a counter attack but table topping Hungate replied with four goals from Megan Ratcliffe 2, Emma Rudd, and Yazmin Holmes.

Chatteris clawed it back to 4-3 before Ellie Bennington scored for Hungate and the visitors scored twice to make it 5-5.

Holmes completed her hat-trick as Hungate stepped up a gear and other goals came from Dominique Coleman, Ratcliffe and Casey Ward.

Netherton 7, Estover Park 0

Park played this game in front of England U21 boss Stuart Pearce, who was at Netherton to open their 3G Pitch.

Park rose to the occasion with a strong performance from the defence and particularly keeper, Dani Westgate and were only losing 2-0 with 10 minutes to go.

Paris Wakelen went close with a solo effort before five goals in the last ten minutes put a disappointing end to the performance.


Wisbech St Mary 10,

Ramsey 2

Saints went through to the semi-finals of the Cambs League cup with a comfortable win.

Megan Tonks hit six goals and Polly Norman a hat-trick. There was also a first goal for Alex Fisher.