Majestic March smash 11 goals past leaders

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Hungate White 2,

Fenland Rovers 1

After a shaky start Rovers took the lead but Lauren Lester equalised before the break.

Hungate came out fighting and it was end to end football, but they managed to score a fantastic winning goal which was scored by Antony.


March SS 11, Benwick Athletic 0

This was an outstanding passing performance by the March A team beating the league leaders.

Goalscorers: Finley Clarke, Kyle Campbell 2, Lee Hunt 2, Blake Cowley 2, Jordan Palmby, Adam Brady 1 (MoM), 2 own goals.

Outwell 0,

Hungate Rovers Whites 7

A spirited Outwell gave Hungate Whites a good game of football, but in the end Hungate Whites dominated with their second consecutive win of the season with goals from Jordan, Thomas, Ben, Robert (MoM) and Travis.

Hungate Greens 7, Denver 0

Greens came through their toughest test so far against a strong defending Denver side and have now scored 33 goals in three games.

Goals came from Jay Rout 2, Aaron Buckley 2, Lewis Jackson, Lewis Forth and Thomas Skuse. Man of the match went to Jack Dida.


Estover Park 2, Downham 6

With three quarters of the game gone Estover were drawing 1-1 thanks to Callum Kirby’s goal from the edge of the box.

With only one sub, a crazy 10-minute spell saw Estover wilt in the heat ensuring that the scoreline did not reflect the actual game. Kieran Kirby again scored from distance.

Parkside 0, Leverington 8

Leverington continued their fine start to the season, with a comfortable win.

The defence was once again hard to break down, and the midfield took control of the game. Goals: Tommy Wiles (MoM) 3, Billy Carmen 3, James Towson, Liam Dennis.


Clenchwarton 5, Leverington 3

A disappointing result for Leverington, who switched off for periods in the game and were 2-0 down at half time, and then conceded three more early in the second half.

They then started to play good football, worked hard and Will Rackley (MoM) reduced the deficit with a good finish, Matthew Ogbiede got on the score sheet and Rackley added Leverington’s third with a shot into the top corner.

WSM Purples 13,

Hungate Whites 1

Purples dominated the match from the start and could have had a lot more goals, but Hungate’s goalkeeper pulled off some brilliant saves.

Whites scored a well deserved consolation goal in the second half.

Goalscorers were: Lucas Ablett, Craig Peeling, Bartek Ziabka 2, Myles Meloney, Morgan Burton, Callum Elsey 5, Sarunas Genulevicius.


Thorney Colts 0, WSM 7

Saints go marching on with a convincing win in the Peterborough League Cup with a good all round performance.

Goalscorers were Reagan Brown, Dom Venckus (2), Ross Beart, Alex Albutt, Shay Fairclough, Jack Witney.


Chatteris 4, West Wratting 3

Chatteris played down the slope in the first half and Charlie Pitt scored twice within 10 minutes.

Struggling uphill in the second half Charlie Pitt scored again, with Asa Revell making it 4-0. Keeper Matthijs Nooteboom had to make three outstanding saves, but had to concede a penalty and two more goals in the last 10 minutes.


Hungate Rovers 3,

Swaffham Town 1

Josh Ovendale headed home after just one minute from a corner and Ryan McManus added two more as Hungate worked hard in very hot conditions.

James Buller and Brad Sheldrake were in fine form as Rovers continued their good start to the season.

Wisbech Acorns 5,

Blackstones 4

Acorns started the game well, and scored the opening goal following a Alex Drewery free kick being headed in by sub Callum Davey with his first touch.

Two lapses in concentration enable Blackstones to take a 2-1 half-time lead. This spurred Acorns on with four goals from Rob Munden (MoM) before two late goals from Blackstones gave them a nervy last minute.


Fulbourn 0, Chatteris 3

Chatteris dominated the opening of this Pye Cup game with some fluent passing moves. A great run and cross by Crane (MoM) found Sam McWilliams to divert the ball in to take the lead on nine minutes.

A brilliant header by Damen Beckett from a Jackson corner doubled the lead and one minute later Sam Merryweather cracked in a majestic 30-yard drive to give the Town a 3-0 half-time lead.

Both teams wilted in the second half heat and so Tigers progress to the next round.