Will shows way with six-goal blast


Histon 1, Wisbech St Mary 5

Saints struggled to find their form with Histon cancelling out most of their efforts before Callum Greentree popped up with a stunning turn and finish from 25 yards.

Saints moved up a gear in the second half resulting in another Jacob Smith hat-trick and a thunderbolt of a volley from Connor Hughes completing the scoring. Histon battled throughout never giving up the fight resulting in a late consolation goal.

Chatteris B 1, Bottisham 0

Chatteris dominated this home fixture with some of the best passing movement we have seen all season.

McWilliams, Jackson and Ben McDermott (mom) had chances in the first half but at half time it was 0-0.

Second half saw Ben McDermott and Jackson hit the bar and Josh Joyce scored the only goal of the game in the 50th minute with a strong run and shot.


Chatteris A 2, St Ives 0

Despite numerous chances, the first half ended goalless in this clash between third and fourth in the league.

Chatteris took the lead via a Luke Bailey, Asa Revell and Rhian Palmer combination.

A strong defensive performance from Sam Dew, Matthew Lilley, Ivo and Matthijs Nooteboom and Cameron Sharp prevented St. Ives from scoring and Chatteris doubled their lead when Sam Dew scored from a free kick near the halfway line, curling the ball into the top corner.

East Lynn 2,

Hungate Rovers 2

A fantastic end to end match with two good teams creating lots of chances.

Ryan McManus (mom) gave Rovers the lead with a superb header and then Jack Hepting sprinted clear to fire in a second.

East Lynn pulled one back on half time from a corner and from another corner equalised midway through the second half. Rovers almost won it when Adam Fleet hit the crossbar, but then had Bradley Sheldrake to thank for a great save.

Sawtry 0 Wisbech Acorns 6

Acorns hit form straight way with goals from Rob Munden, Alex Drewery, Ben Lister and two from Callum Davey giving them a 5-0 lead.

Despite dominating the second half, Acorns were only rewarded with a second goal from Munden. Some great tackles from Lewis Ward (mom).

Parkside 3,

Leverington Blue 1

A close first half saw Blues trail 1-0 at the break. Blues conceded a early second goal, but a fine headed goal by Callum Willoughby put Blues back in the game.

With time running out Blues conceded a third goal after they had pressed to level the score. Mom was Michael Smith.

Leverington Whites 6, Spalding Athletic 0

Leverington were slow to settle and Spalding held them for the first 15 minutes but then goals from Jake Hopkisson 2 and Joe Mummery sent the home team into half time 3-0 up.

The good work continued in the second half with Matt Ryan, Brad Easey and Ben Calvert completing the scoring.

Estova 3, Northborough 2

Estova did not have it all their own way first half and Jake Stacey had to be sharp at centre half.

The second half saw an improvement with Jake Kaval scoring from the penalty spot, and a super dribble and shot from Nic Ward and a direct corner took the three points.


WSM Yellows 2, Holbeach 1

Yellows dominated the first half scoring after two minutes through Warren Jolly. Jolly then scored his second with a good run and finish and Yellows had chances to further increase their lead. In the second half Yellows continued to attack, and went close a number of times, but it was Holbeach who scored the only goal 10 minutes from time.

Chatteris Town 8, Stukeley 0

Chatteris opened strongly with many scoring attempts, and with relentless pressure they led 2-0 at half-time.

Chatteris convincingly dominated the second half adding a further six goals with a great team performance.

Goalscorers: Will Grant 6, Matthew Walshe and Josh Helm-Cowley.

Wisbech Acorns 0, Leverington 5

Both teams shared early exchanges, but Leverington opened the scoring with a brilliant finish from Will Rackley getting on to a superb free kick by Jacob Shailes.

George Reader then made it 2-0 just before the half time whistle. Both Reader and Rackley got on the score sheet in the second half with Matthew Ogbeide getting the other.

Once again a very good team performance with Sam Lewis man of match.


Outwell Swifts 8, Walpole 2

Outwell played well with a good performance on the left wing by Thomas Robinson (mom).

Outwell dominated the game from the back to the front with the whole team performing well. Goals came from Toby Allen 4, Thomas Robinson, Matthew Snowden 2 and Vinnie Hedgecock.


WSM Yellow 0, Estover Park 1

This was a well contested game.

Yellows had an early penalty saved by Estover’s Harvey Darville (mom).

The game was won by a moment of excellence when Garrison controlled a cross before flicking the ball past the Saints goalkeeper.

Outwell Swifts 0,

WSM Purples 1

This was an exciting game to watch with both teams keeping the supporters on their toes with the ball going from one end to the other.

Swifts missed a few good chances leaving them goalless. Kieran Rayner and James Porter-Chapman put in some great team work.


WSM 8, Benwick 0

Saints started very brightly against a strong Benwick, but excellent crossing from the left and right provided William Pentelow a hat-trick.

Ajay Jolly (mom) and Ethan Drew both scored twice and Alex Watts scored from a corner.

March SS 11, Hungate 0

March played well against a resourceful Hungate opposition who never gave up.

Captain Finley Clarke and Lee Hunt (mom) both hit hat-tricks, Jordan Palmby 2, Blake Cowley, Adam Brady and William Gowler were also on target.

March SS B 1,

Hungate Greens 4

This game was played end to end at a fantastic pace and was a great showpiece for under 9 football.

March led with a very good goal in the first half only to see Lewis Jackson score a great goal for Greens to make it 1-1 at the break .

Both sides kept up the excitement level in the second half with Greens goalkeeper Alex Bishop (mom) saving a penalty. Lewis Forth hit an unstoppable free kick to make it 2-1 to Hungate. Thomas Rattray then scored two very good goals to complete the scoring 4-1 in favour of Greens.