Saints march to last four

Wisbech St Mary Ladies are through to the semi-final of the Cambs Invitation Cup after beating Chatteris Town 3-1.

Saints took the lead though Hennells but Chatteris equalised after Saints failed to clear their lines. Saints were then awarded a penalty after a foul on Clarke and Milner made it 2-1.

After the break Kowalewsky broke down the right wing and scored the third goal for Saints to seal the win.


Bishops Stortford 1, Hungate Rovers 0

Rovers are through to the cup semi-finals and a meeting with Wisbech St Mary after winning the first leg of this tie by 3-1.

This was a thrilling game with both defences in top form and Tori Sharpe, the Hungate keeper, made some good saves including one from a penalty.

Rovers were unfortunate to concede a goal following a poor call by the linesman. Lauren Cook and Tillie Murphy were outstanding.


Rowdies 2, Hungate 1

Estover battled hard against the league leaders with both teams showing excellent skills and spirit throughout.

Rowdies took the lead with an excellent individual goal. Park struck back dead on half-time when a glancing header from Smethurst found Plitsch who rifled the shot into the top corner.

Rowdies looked stronger second half but both teams had chances to win it.

A defensive error handed the points to Rowdies. Harvey and Garner were defensive giants.


Clenchwarton 0, Estover Park 4

Park hit the post and crossbar through Emma Searle and Megan Rooney, before Fern Patterson scored.

In the second half, Patterson scored a twice-taken penalty, before Dani Westgate scored from long range. Patterson completed her hat-trick in the last minute. Laura Jackson (mom) was superb at the back.