Matty on song as Hungate ease in

PUBLISHED: 11:34 05 May 2006 | UPDATED: 21:51 28 May 2010

Wisbech St Mary U-8 Purples

Wisbech St Mary U-8 Purples

Hungate and March Hungate Green & Yellows U9 5 Wisbech St Mary Purples U9 0 HUNGATE began brightly and were soon ahead with a fine goal from man- of-the-match Matty Ryan. The home side hammered home their advantage and extended their lead to 3-0 thanks t

Hungate and March

Hungate Green & Yellows U9 5

Wisbech St Mary Purples U9 0

HUNGATE began brightly and were soon ahead with a fine goal from man- of-the-match Matty Ryan.

The home side hammered home their advantage and extended their lead to 3-0 thanks to Ryan's second, and a goal from Harry Wrate.

Hungate continued the good work in the second half and secured a good victory with strikes from Ben Calvert and Xavier Kitching.

Jake Baldry produced a display of excellent play on both wings.

Hungate Yellows U15 girls 5

Clenchwarton 1

LEAGUE champions Hungate finished the season in style with a good win against a hard-working Clenchwarton side.

Jade Ovendale struck a super hat-trick and strike partner Polly Baird scored a brace to round-off a great season. Emily Carlisle, Kelsie Blunden and Sophie Parker all played outstanding football supported by Tiffany Beckett, Amy Wakeham, Elysia Semper, Courtney Calvert and goalkeeper Candy Clark.


March Soccer School U9 A 5

Leverington & Bridgecroft Blues 1

MARCH were crowned league champions for the third successive year following this fine win over Leverington and Bridgecroft. The team, who have lost just one game in three seasons, dedicated their league win to team mate Harry Fynn-Brand, who has been unwell all season. A brace from Jacob Birt and goals from Thomas Wilmot, Lewis Welcher and Ash Payne secured the victory for the terrific March team.

March: D Youles, J Clark, L Welcher, B Gray, J Hussey, T Wilmot, H Wenn, H Fynn-Brand, J Birt, A Payne.

Wisbech St Mary Purples 1

March Soccer School U10 0

THE league's top two sides produced a fine display of football but it was league champions Purples who took the points.

Goalkeeper and man of the match Toby Nulty kept March in the game with some superb saves, but the game was won by a neat finish from Matty Thrower in the first half.March created several chances after the break but they were unable to find an equaliser.

March: Lewis Sindle (c), Toby Nulty, Jacob Brown, Christian Grieco, Ashley Blanchflower, Martyn Bulbrook, Jay Hunns, Josh Nabarro, Kieran Holmes-Darby, James Wilson.

March Town Tigers U13 4 Abbey U13 2

TIGERS are only one game away from completing a season without dropping a single point.

In a close-fought first half, Tigers opened up a 2-0 lead through David Haslegrave and Yannick Parrish but Abbey pulled one back before the break.

Abbey fought back to equalise in the second half but Tigers took the points with goals from Sam Stockbridge and Scott Tinnion

Tigers: Daniel Woods, Jack Cunnington, Ben Crowther, Jacob Fraser, Zac Ransome, Matthew Edgley, Scott Tinnion, Yannick Parrish, James Bates, Ashley Anderson, David Haslegrave, Sam Stockbridge, Martin Chapman (MoM).

MARCH Leverets U11 Girls 0

March Soccer School 0

THIS match proved to be a hard-fought derby, but neither side could find the breakthrough.

Deniz Dalsar came closest to opening the scoring for Leverets while Soccer School's Claire Burgess, Nicole Scott and Georgia Thorpe all threatened to find the back of the net.

Leverets' player of the match award went to Chelsea Sneath while the Soccer School's award was shared by the team.

Leverets: Tegan Ellis, Grace Coe, Hannah Young, Rosie Coe, Lucy Webb, Chelsea Sneath, Tiffany Hyne, Lucy Smith, Hannah Trueman, Alice Trueman, Deniz Dalsar.

Soccer School: Eilish Brown (c), Imogen James, Olivia Dedman, Hannah Odlin, Kate Hinson, Claire Burgess, Nicole Scott, Georgia Thorpe.

WISBECH St Mary Football Club are looking for qualified referees for their tournament on Sunday June 11.

Any officials willing to attend will be paid a fee and provided with food and drinks.

For further details please contact Martin Holmes on 01945 410450 after 6.30pm.

- THERE will be an open day for players interested in joining the Guyhirn Youth FC girls' under-12 team.

Players who will be in school Years 6 and 7 in September 2006 can attend the open day at Guyhirn playing field on Sunday, June 11 from noon-1.30pm.

Anyone interested can contact Scott Ellis on 07792 582433 or turn up on the day.

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