Leverington v Wisbech Res Peterborough League derby ends all-square
District Football League
Leverington Spts 1
Wisbech Tn Res 1
Saturday’s big Peterborough League derby finished all-square at Church Road.
Joe Reed was on target for the hosts, while the Fenmen’s Reserves welcomed new signings Rhys Nichols and Mark Hardwick.
Lakenheath 3 Chatteris 2
Craig Gillies and Jermaine Watson netted for the Lilies’ first team, who are in fifth spot in the Kershaw Premier after Saturday’s loss.
Chatteris: Aidan Hollis, Ben Collett, Carl Powell, Craig Gillies, Karl Anderson, Lee Barnett, Scott Callaghan, Simon Howard, Stuart Porter, Tom Moden, Will Mason. Substitutes: Ashley Blanchflower, Josh Dodman, Jermaine Watson. Booked: Howard.
Mead & Plant Cambs 5b
Benwick Athletic Res 0
Outwell Swifts Res 5
Benwick Athletic Reserves played well in fits and spells against a strong Outwell Swifts Reserves team.
Despite going a goal down, Andy Woodard almost scored with a header and Neal Longfoot also went close.
Swifts scored two in the 46th minute and that killed off the game, despite Benwick battling bravely.
Ladies League Cup Play-off
March Town 3
P&L Diamonds 8
The Hares played well in periods against a strong P&L Diamonds side.
Being 0-3 down after eight minutes, the team showed character to get back into it with goals from Emma Frost and Emma Searle (penalty) going in 2-3 at half time.
A further Frost goal kept the Hares in it at 3-4 but strong pressure from Diamonds created four more goals, despite some strong keeping from Tori Sharpe.
PoM: Jade Pointer.
March Park Rangers 2
Werrington Reds 3
March Park Rangers narrowly missed out on the final in a very strongly contested game of football.
They found themselves 2-0 down early on after having nearly all of the possession.
They pulled a goal back through Dalton ‘DJ’ Moore and continued to dominate the play throughout, but lacked the luck in front of the goal.
The visitors scored a third before Lewis Kent reduced the arrears after fine fine work by Kirk Ball. The whole team were excellent throughout.
MoM: The team.
Cambourne Black 2 March Park Rangers girls 3
Rangers finally got the victory they deserved in the windy match at Cambourne on Saturday.
Rangers took the lead with a well executed goal by Keira Swanson; she then went on to score a further two goals to achieve her hat-trick.
PoM was Bethany Kent.
March Soccer School 3 Glinton & Northborough Blue 0
An energetic performance from the March boys who controlled the game well and finished victorious with an all round solid team display. Goals from Byles (2) and Neve.
March Soccer School Girls 4 Netherton United U13 5
An impressive performance from all in an entertaining match of football played in good spirit.
The local young ladies have an amazing attitude and they are developing in dramatic style.
All four March goals were bagged by hot shot striker Minns.