McManus at the double to clinch tie for Hungate Rovers


Soham United 0,

Chatteris Town White 3

A feisty match in front of quite a large crowd with Chatteris taking the lead with a Charlie Pitt header, following a corner kick from Asa Revell in the first half.

Revell made it 2-0 and then excellent defending and a great diving save by keeper Matthijs Nooteboom to deny Soham. An own goal made it 3-0 to the visitors and puts Chatteris in joint first place on points with Milton.

Hungate Rovers 3,

Fleet Rangers 2

A very tight cup tie with Hungate coming out on top against a strong fleet team with two goals from Ryan McManus and one from Josh Ovendale.

Hungate are now into the league cup quarter final and man of match was Anthony Reeve.

Wittering 0, Wimblington 10

Jake Kaval and Sam Gavin hit hat-tricks to give table toppers Wimblington a comfortable three points.

Some good possession football all round was helped with Joe Clark in the centre of midfield working hard. More goals came from Jake Stacey, Reo Forchin, Nial Jackson and Nick Ward.

Benwick 8, Bottisham 0

Hat-tricks from Adam Hudson and Ciaran Sharpe along with a goal each for Harry Skeggs and Charlie Cross resulted in an easy win in a well played and entertaining match which keeps Benwick top of their league.

Bottisham were unfortunate not to score on a couple of occasions but were thwarted by a solid Benwick defence and keeper Jordan Tweed, currently excelling in his first season for the team.


WSM Blacks 8, Hungate 1

Blacks took an early lead with a goal from Aidan Sewell and they continued to dominate with some good passes and team communication, finishing with a much deserved 8-1 win.

Goalscorers were: David Matos 2, Aidan Sewell 2, Robbie Knight 2, Luke Foster and Jack Gibson (MoM).

Outwell Swifts 4, Leverington 4

Outwell took the lead with a good strike and George Chadwick levelled the score for Leverington to make it all square at half-time in a very entertaining game. Outwell then restored their lead, but two quick goals from Will Rackley and Chadwick, from a penalty, put Leverington 3-2 up. Outwell then scored twice to lead again before Jake Gowler got Leverington level with a tap in from a corner. Jack Davis was man of the match.


March 5, Farcet 4

A lack of discipline and concentration almost led March to throw away a 5-2 lead.

Kyle Bird gave March a 1-0 lead at half time. After half time March raced to a 5-2 lead with goals from Niall Kightly, Stef Cavozzi and two more from Kyle Bird to complete his hat-trick.

Late in the game March became complacent allowing Farcet to fight their way back into the game.

Leverington 6, FC Inter 2

Leverington made a great start going 5-0 up in 20 minutes through Mitch Smith, Tom Lindsay 2, Kieran Hallatt and Jake Meyer with a expert long range strike.

Inter struck back to make it 5-2. In a patchy second half new signing Nat scored on his debut in a convincing win. Joe Carter was man of the match.

WSM Yellows 3, Woodston 2

A very even start to the game saw Woodston take the lead through a counter attack goal. Yellows then went up a gear and dominated the game, scoring three quick goals via Jack Gale and Ben Gale 2 before half time.

The second half was much more even with Woodston wasting some very good chances before eventually making it a nail-biting finish with a goal 10 minutes from time.


Estover Park 4, Watlington 0

First half goals in quick succession came from Estover’s Luke Thorne, Garrison Asher 2 and Brooklyn Gray.

Watlington were resolute and Park were happy with their first competitive clean sheet of the season. Kieran Kirby was man of the match with Matthew Richards impressing.

Leverington 5, Holbeach 3

Leverington had some players missing for this top of the table clash, but other squad players stepped in and did a fantastic job.

Billy Carmen was in fine form again netting a hat-trick, other goals came from James Towson and Liam Dennis. Shaun Ely was man of match.


Hungate 5, Benwick 0

Hungate took their time in finding the net against a good Benwick side, but in the end there was no stopping them.

A lovely goal from Freddie Collison got them on their way and there was good displays from Robert Lee and Ben Porter (MoM), but overall it was a good team performance. Goals came from Freddie Collison 3, Robert Lee and Brandon Rider.


WSM 3, Clenchwarton 1

Brody Warren grabbed a hat-trick as Saints completed the double over Clenchwarton.

He bundled in from a long range effort from Willis Wright only for Clenchwarton to equalise but came up with two second half goals.

It was a tough battling display with some good football and Luke Hemsley (MoM).

l Wisbech St Mary Yellows under 11 team is looking for players to strengthen their squad.

Anyone interested please contact Andrew Howell on 07515378338.

The Yellows under 12 team are also looking for players and should be currently in year 7 at school. Contact David on 07500029735.