Three-sy does it for Saints girls

Wisbech St Mary Girls Under 15 final.
Wisbech St Mary Girls Under 15 final.

Cambridgeshire S Tech

Under 15 Girls League Cup

Wisbech St Mary Purples 4, Haddenham 0

Saints, the sole Fenland representatives at the Cambs County Girls League Finals Day held at Newmarket Town FC, secured their third successive cup final success.

The game was even in the first half with only a Jeorgia Carr strike separating the teams.

After the break Purples took control with some excellent approach play which resulted in goals for Lauren Cook, Amy Magnus and Carr.

Squad: Jeorgia Carr, Lauren Cook, Chelsea King, Amy Magnus, Ellie Nobbs, Courtney Pilbeam, Kayleigh Pilbeam, Annie Rooks, Annalise Scales, Sian Spears, Kitty Whitaker, Millie York.

New players needed for next season, when they make the step up to 11-a-side.

Any current school Year 9 or 10 pupils who are interested, training is held at Wisbech St Mary playing field on Tuesdays, 7-8pm, or contact Paul on 07792 092594.

Under 13

Estover Park 2,

Bourne Town 1

This win meant that Estover were able to leapfrog Bourne into runners-up position on the final day of the season.

Kieran Kirby calmly dispatched an early penalty for handball. Five minutes into the second half Harry Rooney’s free-kick was not dealt with and Brandon lifted the ball over for Ben Butterworth to score from close range.

Having lost three of their first six games, a fantastic run of 13 wins from 14 matches was the deciding factor in Estover’s success.

Under 11

Whittlesford Warriors 1, March Rangers 1

In a very hard-fought first half March failed to cash in on their giant share of possession in the contest.

March fell behind completely against the run of play but equalised with a great goal from Kallum Jupp after good work from Samuel Wood.

Harry Bidwell made some excellent saves in an excellent team performance.