Pacy Powell pride of Park

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chatteris girls

UNDER 16 Girls

Estover Park 5,

Comberton Crusaders 2

Park allowed the Crusaders to take the lead, and a 20-yard power drive from Fran Plitsch levelled the match.

Erin Powell’s speed gave Park a 3-1 lead at half time. A mad 10 minutes from Park allowed Crusaders back in the game at 3-2.

Amy Newell scored and Danni Green chipped the keeper for the fifth. PoM: Erin Powell, strength and composure.

UNDER 13 Girls

Estover 2, WSM 2

Estover struck the first two goals.

WSM had many missed opportunities in the first half but came back fighting with a goal from Megan Tonks followed by a brilliant goal from Macy Carr to equalise. WSM PoM: Elisha Adams.


March Rangers 4,

Hampden Blue 1

March produced a terrific team performance to beat a highly spirited side to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season.

Goals were scored by Blake Cowley, Jack Judd, Kyle Liddy (2). Special mention to Sam Smethurst who was MoM.

Hungate Greens 3,

Heacham 2

In a cracking cup tie on Sunday, twice Greens went in front with great strikes from Aaron Buckley and Jack Dida, only for Heacham to respond.

Dida slotted home the winner late on in extra time. Thomas Fender stood out as man of the match.


March Rangers 1,

Waterbeach 3

March never really got going in the first half, and good saves by Robert Shepherd and Harry Bidwell kept the score at 0-0.

March took the lead in a better second half through Lewis Kent, but Waterbeach scored three late goals.


Hungate 3, Leverington 1

Goals from Freddie Broomfield, Jaime Hallet’s 25-yard ‘thunderbolt’ and one from MoM Harry Robinson who was inspirational in the centre in a great cup tie.

March Blue 1, Acorns 5

Acorns took an early lead from a superb strike into the top corner from Knowles.

He soon added a second from a penalty.

In the second half Acorns dominated and scored again from Pip Brundle (2), her brother setting her up for her second. Orobasa added a fine strike.

March SS Reds 11,

Tydd St Mary 1

The goals rained in from Duke Higham (5), doubles from Chaz Thurlby and man of the match Jack Hayes and singles from Quinn Canavan and Joe Smith.

Both teams and sets of supporters are to be congratulated for their enthusiasm.