Scott Waumsley replies for Saints who next Saturday entertain sixth-spot Lakenheath
Wisbech St Mary went bottom of the Thurlow Nunn League Division One North with a 3-1 defeat at Leiston Reserves.
Scott Waumsley replied for Saints, who next Saturday entertain sixth-spot Lakenheath.
Fifth-position March Town United had no weekend game, and on Saturday the Hares travel to Ipswich Wanderers.
Junior Invitation Cup semi final – Cambs City Dev Ladies 5
March Town Ladies 0
The Hares only had 11 players available and two of them were carrying injuries.
In an excellent first half display, the Hares defended brilliantly with keeper Tori Sharpe in excellent form. City scored on the stroke of half-time from an unfortunate headed own goal. In the second half Emma Searle went close. On 60 minutes, a wind assisted corner went into the net and the opponents then used their subs to good effect to score three more in the last 20 minutes.
Manager Gary Davis said: “I’m proud of the team, who were determined to play the game, whoever was available to play. Heads were up for the whole game and we really rattled City for the majority of the game.”
Peterborough & Dist Youth League U16
March Park Rangers 1 Thurlby Tigers 4
This was a very fair game played in awful conditions.
Thurlby proved very tough opponents and although March gave 100 per cent they could not break down a solid Thurlby defence.
It was not until the second half March managed to score – through Robert Shepherd with an excellent shot.
U15: March Academy remain on course to secure promotion to the top flight with an exciting 3-2 victory away to G&N Amber.
Goals from Duke Higham, Riley Collier-Holland and Dan Cave and a MoM display from Jack Dawson were enough to put the Blues in control in an exciting match.