Ryan finds his range as free-kick helps to seal narrow Hungate win


Hungate 1, Heacham 0

A long range free kick from Ryan McManus after 10 minutes was all that separated both sides in this highly competitive match.

Man of the Match: Charlie Hewitt who had a fine game at right back.

Wisbech Acorns 2,

Blackstones 0

Despite creating several chances Acorns had to settle for a goal-less first half.

Early into the second half Dan Oakley scored from outside the box. This was followed by a James Bunning goal. MoM: Conner Hills for being outstanding in defence.


Hungate 2,

Wisbech St Mary Purples 1

Hungate found the first goal through a solid strike by Ryan Jones, then minutes before half-time Hungate struck again with a lob shot from Josh Green.

During the second half it was end to end with Aiden Skeels finally finding the net for Wisbech St Mary.

Hungate Rovers are looking for U15 Boys to join the team; a goalkeeper and outfielders who must currently be in school year 10. The team train on Tuesday evenings 6pm-7pm. Contact Paul Alexander on 07534 255298 or Sarah Simmons on 07753 246756 for more information.


Leverington 8, Feltwell 3

Leverington welcomed new signings Tom McCurry, and twins Luke and Peter Ryan as they kicked off the season with victory.

Ethan Davey put Leverington 1 up finishing well, Luke Ryan made it 2 and Kai Mead made it 3 before Feltwell pulled 1 back.

After the break an own goal increased Leverington’s lead with further goals from Davey, a pair from Ryan to complete his hat-trick and Will Rackley ensured an excellent victory, Feltwell scored twice, 1 from the penalty spot. MoM: Ethan Davey.


March Red 7,

Powerhouse Colts 5

March Red fell 3-0 down in the first 15 minutes despite having the better of the play.

Liam Monaghan scored for March. Jordan Garner also scored before half time to make the score 3-2. Straight after half time Stef Cavozzi scored a wonderful solo goal to bring the scores level. Powerhouse retook the lead. Jordan Garner equalised before Powerhouse again took the lead only for Jordan Garner to smash home a penalty. Kyle Bird finally gave March the lead before Jordan Garner hit his fourth to make the game safe.


Denver 0, Estover Park 6

Estover dominated the match throughout but were met with stubborn resistance in the first half. All six goals came in the second half with Ben Butterworth (4) and Jack Stockdale (2) the scorers. Brad Lawrence was MoM, instigating lots of attacks with his passing and running from defence. Callum Kirby also impressed.


March Rangers Youth FC 14, Farcet Colts 0

March dominated throughout, playing some excellent football. Goals were scored by Kyle Liddy, Dylan Rowlett, Jack Judd, Maksims Grigorjevs (4), Fyn Smith (4) and MoM Sam Smethurst (3).

Wisbech St Mary 10,

Rippingale and Folkingham 0

WSM started off brightly against a strong Rippingale side, within three minutess Joshua Gear provided a sublime cross for Lee Hunt to score on the half volley.

Minutes later Lee Hunt added the second. Brandon Ramdharry went on a run and was brought down in the box for Ajay Jolly to convert. Hunt then completed his hat-trick and so did Joshua Gear leaving Ajay Jolly, Robert Lee and William Pentelow to score the remaining goals. MoM: Alex Watt.


March Soccer School 5,

Tydd St Mary 6

A decisive break from Tydd resulted in an early goal for Adam Coates whose deft chip evaded the keeper. A second goal from Coates made it 2-0 before March’s David Gatty pulled one back.

Hat-trick hero Coates then added a third when he intercepted the ball and finished well. Tydd then added goals 4 and 5 through Louis Rees who converted both goals respectively.

After the break a flowing Tydd move almost put in Ryan Cousins to score but was just wide. March responded well and pulled back 3 goals through scorers Lewis Kent, Samuel Wood and Robert Shepherd. Excellent Tydd defending from Mason Cooper and goal keeper Jack Greenacre prevented further March Goals.

Strong play in the Tydd midfield resulted in a Coates cross which found Tyler Merrison who coolly finished to make it 6-4.

March’s Robert Shepherd scored again but Cooper and Greenacre thwarted further advances to secure the victory.

Chatteris Town Youth FC 2, Witchford Colts Blue 2

Both Chatteris goals were netted by Clayton Shepherd.

Witchford Colts 5,

March Soccer School Whites 3

March Soccer School’s opening match in the Cambs League was a baptism of fire. They found themselves completely overun by a good passing Witchford team, and at half time found themselves 4-0 down. They played much better in the second half and scored three goals in the last 10 minutes through Josh Kirby, Ted Payne and Liam Lambert

Leverington 6,

Heacham Minors 0

A new look Leverington got the perfect start to the season with a comfortable 6-0 home win. Goalscorers were Willis Wright and Samuel Gowler (2), Callum Hughes and Captain Grady Goode (1). MoM: Sam Fisher.


Whittlesey Blue 1

Wisbech Acorns 0

This always looked a tight game, until Whittlesey broke down the left wing and a weak cross hit the goal keepers elbow and went in the net.

The second half was much the same: end to end attacking from both sides; a draw would have been a fair result.