Acorns victorious in hard-fought derby clash
Under-12 Wisbech Acorns 3 March Soccer School 1 WISBECH took derby honours in a close-fought match. March dominated the first half, creating several chances that were not converted. Finally, the pressure paid off when March scored from a corner.
Wisbech Acorns 3 March Soccer School 1
WISBECH took derby honours in a close-fought match.
March dominated the first half, creating several chances that were not converted. Finally, the pressure paid off when March scored from a corner.
But Acorns pulled level and then quickly took the lead in the second half.
March continued to battle for another goal without success.
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A corner from Acorns saw them score again after mistakes were made in the School's defence.
March stepped up the pace, encamping the home side in their half but couldn't break through or find the goals they needed.
March Soccer School: Jacob Brown (MOM), Lewis Sindle (capt), Toby Nulty, Josh Nabarro, James Wilson, Jordan Simon, Michael Bulpin, Kieran Oldroyd, Nathan Bancroft, Callum Brown, Macauley Campbell, Jamie Shelton, Ashley Hicks.
Chatteris A 4 Soham Town Colts 1
ANOTHER good team performance from Chatteris saw them keep their 100 per cent league record with a comfortable win against a spirited Soham outfit.
Chatteris scored after 15 minutes, when good work from Alex Nolan on the right led to the opening goal from Ryan O'Hea.
The same player made it 2-0 a few minutes later and this was the score at half-time.
Chatteris made a few changes after the break and five minutes into the second half, Josh Dodman pounced on a loose ball in the Soham area and coolly finished to make it 3-0.
Soham pulled a goal back with some good play but Damon Beckett made it 4-1.
This put the game out of reach for Soham, who battled bravely but didn't really have the beating of a solid Chatteris defence.
Chatteris: Liam Birch, Ben Perry, Sam Merryweather, Karl Anderson, Keith Parish, Alex Nolan, Levi Beaney, Josh Dodman, Damon Beckett, Ryan O'Hea, Dale Browne.
Subs: Sam McWilliams, Martin Bulbrook, Ben Tuffee, Kealan Adams.
Parson Drove 3 Holbeach Utd Yellow 1
PARSON Drove scored their first on the stroke of half time but just 60 seconds later they were 2-0 up. The second half saw the visitors change their formation and become a more attacking side. This resulted in a goal for Holbeach and Drove replied with another, taking the lead to 3-1.
The final whistle came and both sides played their parts in an exciting and excellent display of football, which was played in a brilliant footballing spirit.
The man of the match award went to Harry Papworth for his performance deep in the heart of the defence.
Parson Drove: D Grogan(C), H Wenn, J Baldry, J Buller, H Papworth (MOM), J Mummery, J Thacker, P Smith, G Buckenham, D Richardson, J Birt, H Wrate.