Juniors look the part for cup tie encounter
MARCH Town Juniors under-13s were presented with a new kit before their cup match against Deeping Rangers at the weekend. Vicky Ringham and Justine Avery, from team sponsors Harrison Murray Estate Agents, are pictured with the new-look team. On the pitch,
MARCH Town Juniors under-13s were presented with a new kit before their cup match against Deeping Rangers at the weekend.
Vicky Ringham and Justine Avery, from team sponsors Harrison Murray Estate Agents, are pictured with the new-look team.
On the pitch, March battled against the wind and a good Deeping side, who opened their account with an early goal.
The visitors continued to push forward and scored five more goals.
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March team: Luke Bradshaw, Ashley Tyler, Blake Crofts, James Willmott, Ashley Impey, Philip Earl, Ryan Miller, Theo Southe, Joseph Piper, Jack Hart, Lee Sailsbury, Allessio Terzaghi, Nicky Jackson, Seve Revell, Josh Rowlands.
March Soccer School under-12s 2 Parson Drove 3
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MARCH keeper and man of the match Toby Nulty produced some fine early saves to keep the teams on level terms.
Nathan Bancroft opened the scoring for March, who took their 1-0 lead into the break.
Parson Drove hit back in the second half and levelled the score before Jacob Birt hit a brace to put the visitors 3-1 up.
James Wilson netted a late penalty but Drove held on for the victory.
March: Toby Nulty, Lewis Sindle (c), Jordan Simmon, Jacob Brown, James Wilson, Michael Bulpin, Callum Brown, Kieran Oldroyd, Macauley Campbell, Nathan Bancroft, Ashley Hicks, Josh Nabarro.
Histon Hornets 2 Whittlesey Girls PFC 5
WHITTLESEY girls continued their good start to the season with an impressive 5-2 away win.
Micky Woloston netted a hat-trick while Emma Lane and Britt Ciarla also hit the target for Whittlesey, who were forced to play part of the game with 10 players because of injury.
Whittlesey Girls are seeking new players to join their under-14 girls' squad. For more information call Pasky Ciarla on 01733 840469 or Mark Barnes on 01733 351425.
St Neots Saints under-12s 3 Chatteris under-12s A 4
CHATTERIS came from behind to beat St Neots and keep their 100 per cent record intact.
Saints opened the scoring but Chatteris bounced back with goals from Dale Browne and Ryan O'Hea to lead 2-1 at the break.
St Neots levelled the scores from the kick-off for the second half but the visitors recovered and Alex Nolan's goal and a Levi Beaney header put them 4-2 ahead.
Saints scored a third to set-up a tense finish but Chatteris held on.
Chatteris: Liam Birch, Ben Perry, Sam Merryweather, Karl Anderson, Keith Parish, Martin Bullbrook, Levi Beaney, Ben Tuffee, Josh Dodman, Ryan O'Hea, Dale Browne. Subs: Alex Nolan, Kealan Adams, Joe Baker.