Chatteris Town 2
Chatteris gave it their all to hold on in this Cambs League League Cup Division A semi-final.
An early goal from Samuel Dew gave Chatteris a 1-0 lead, only for Godmanchester to equalise shortly before half time from a header after a free kick.
Both teams created plenty of chances, Godmanchester putting enormous pressure on the defence and goalkeeper, but all held firm.
The Chatteris winner came from a corner kick from Asa Revell, flicked on by Samuel Dew and poked home by Ivo Nooteboom.
The boys will now play against Arbury Aces in the final.
March Rangers 2, Whittlesford 3
Rangers just lost out in this Cambs League Knockout Cup semi-final after taking the lead with a Matt Carey header.
On the break Whittlesford equalised but five minutes before the break, another headed goal from Josh Hussey gave the lead back to March only for Whittlesford to equalise again a minute before the break.
Whittlesford then settled the game with a second half goal but Rangers still have the league title still in sight.
Leverington Whites 8, Bourne 0
Top of the league triumphed over the bottom team, but it was not a walkover.
Leverington goal came from Brad Waterfall 3, Ashley Payne, Ben Longmuir, Matt Ryan, James Fiddes and Harry Wrate.
Bourne marked really well and Leverington had to work hard to achieve this valuable win.
Hungate Rovers 5, Downham 0
This was a very good match between two teams who both like to play good football.
Lewis Bass scored Hungate’s first and Ryan McManus then added the second before Jack Hepting slotted home the third on half time.
A close second half, with Hungate playing on the counter attack, was finished off with right back Kieran Akred popping up twice on the far post to score a late double.
WSM 6, Werrington 0
Saints need just one point to take the Peterborough Junior Alliance Division Two title and are still undefeated with two games to go.
They were always in control of this game with a good team performance. A determined Werrington side, who earlier in the season had drawn with Saints, put in a spirited performance.
Saints’ goals came from Reagan Brown 2, Jack Witney, Alex Albutt, and two well taken goals from Ross Beart and Joe Kiddle.
Chatteris 8, Needingworth 3
Chatteris opened the scoring early on but Needingworth pulled one back straight away only for the home side to lead 3-1 at the break.
The second half saw Chatteris up their game with solid all-round play. Scorers were: Will Grant 3, Isaac Rowlands, Alex Kerse, Callum Watson, Lewis Brightman and Danny Lynch.
March 2, Boston 1
March’s well organised defence kept Boston out in the first half but after the break Dan Waltham and Morgan Cogman Wright began to dominate the midfield.
Waltham fired home from the edge of the area to give March the lead but with less than five minutes remaining the referee awarded Boston a controversial penalty to equalise.
In the last minute Waltham’s shot was blocked only for Niall Kightly to secure a well deserved win.
Deeping 0, WSM Yellows 1
A very good game between two hard working teams. Cameron Lee (mom) scored during the first half from a 25 yard volley after a good passing move from Yellows.
The visitors then dominated the second half before a nail biting finish saw them hang on to a 1-0 lead. Lewis Loates also had a good game in defence.
North Star Yellow 1
Leverington soon got back into the swing of things with some great attacking play and almost opened the visitors’ defence up at will.
Tommy Wiles hit seven goals, Billy Carman 4, Liam Dennis 2, with Charlie Rackley completing the scoring.
Hungate Greens 16, Wells 0
Greens maintained their 100 per cent record with a very good exhibition of passing.
Thomas Skuse picked up the man of the match award after scoring one goal and helping the team by playing in nearly every position. There was also a great headed goal for usual keeper Alex Bishop after been given a chance to go up front.
Other scorers were Aaron Buckley 5, Jack Didal, Lewis Forth 2, Lewis Jackson, Nathan Culley 3, Thomas Fender and Travis Stapleton.
Hungate Yellow 0, March SS 9
A very good team performance by March produced an emphatic victory.
They led 3-0 at half time and in the second half they added a further six goals and ran out convincing winners.
The goals were scored by Josh Cockburn 5, Lewis Kent 2, Samuel Wood and David Gatty.