Thorney Colts 0, Wisbech St Mary 4
Unbeaten Saints are inches away from winning the league after yet again an impressive team performance,
Brandon Ramdharry opened the scoring followed by a wonder goal via Joshua Gear. Further goals came from Robert Lee and Alex Watts.
March Rangers 6, Gunthorpe Harriers 2
March produced an excellent performance and played fantastic football throughout. Goals were scored by Jack Judd, Harrison Deighton, Fyn Smith (2), Kyle Liddy and Jordan Smith (MoM).
UNDER 16 GIRLS
Terrington Terriers 5,
Estover Park 4
In a pulsating game, Park were unlucky to come away with nothing. Emma Searle equalised after hitting the bar but Terriers were winning 4-1 at half time,
PoM Fern Patterson then scored after good work from Paris Wakelen. Patterson completed a second half hat-trick.
Wisbech St Mary 3, Colsterworth 0
Alex Beehoo scored the first goal with a well taken finish. Reagan Brown added a great team goal.
Brown headed a third goal in the first half in a good performance from Saints throughout the game.
UNDER 14 GIRLS
Hungate 1, Alconbury 0
Carlie Knight scored the only goal. PoM: Jess Goodale, while the game was well refereed by Lucy Oakley.
March Soccer School 4, Wisbech St Mary Purples 4
What a game from the two teams at the top of division 2.
At half-time March were 2-0 up. Within the first few seconds of the second half, WSM’s Sam Knott scored a great goal. The teams traded goals, with Knott scoring four.
Leverington 4, Reffley 0
Unbeaten Leverington scorers were: Willis Wright with a long range effort, Triston Jones and Wright set up a flicked header from Grady Goode, in-form Lewis Day (MoM) set up Goode, and Jones.
Manager Jon Goode added: “We struggled at first but soon found our feet.”
Haddenham Rovers 0, March Soccer School Blues 5
It took March a long time to break down the Haddenham defence but when they did they scored three quick goals before half-time through Josh Kirby, Samuel Wood, and Liam Lambert.
Further goals from Cameron Kirby and Kieran Hibbins.
March Soccer School Yellows 1, Whittlesey Whites 0
March remain unbeaten in five matches while some inspired defending and goalkeeping saw them notch up their first ever clean sheet.
A great run and powerful shot from the impressive Chaz Thurlby. Quality of passing and teamwork displayed by the Yellows saw their superiority pay off.