Lilies hit back

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Chatteris Town FC have made a good start to the season, managing to sign enough players for the three senior teams as well as a strong U18 side.

The first team has now played five matches, winning two and drawing two, putting them in fourth place in the Cambs Kershaw Senior A. They drew 2-2 at home against Cherry Hinton, twice coming from behind after conceding unfortunate goals, via Tony Brown and Ben Matthews.

The reserve team (NMC 1B) lost at Bar Hill 5-0, after a frantic spell saw them go from 1-0 down at half-time to 4-0 behind in less than five minutes, only the heroics of the keeper preventing a greater loss. The A team (NMC4B) travelled to The Eagle and lost 3-0.

The U18s lost 5-0 at a strong St. Neots Town, but at home won 11-0 against Blackstones (Asa Revell 4, Josh Joyce 2, Jack Rudkin 2, Karl Anderson, Ben Tuffee and Levi Beaney).