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Fenland Mini League Three Holes U8 3 March Soccer School U8 A 6 THREE Holes and March contested the runners-up spot in this highly enjoyable and exciting play-off match but it was Soccer School who ran out winners. March were quickly out of the blocks and
Fenland Mini League
Three Holes U8 3
March Soccer School U8 A 6
THREE Holes and March contested the runners-up spot in this highly enjoyable and exciting play-off match but it was Soccer School who ran out winners.
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March were quickly out of the blocks and raced to a 2-0 lead thanks to a brace from Adam Conyard.
Three Holes fought back to level terms with a goal either side of half-time but March regained their composure with a double from Jordan Tickner and a hat-trick strike from man of the match Conyard.
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March keeper Henry Butt produced good saves before Three Holes reduced the arrears but Thomas Morton hit a sixth from the kick-off.
Goals for Three Holes came from Connor Chambers, Connor Ward and Ross Beart.
Both sides deserve credit for their hard work and sportsmanship.
Three Holes: Liam Chapman, Liam Mews, Megan Ratcliffe, Connor Chambers, Kieran Watson, Ciaran McAree, Ross Beart, Billee Smalley, Connor Ward.
March: Henry Butt, Adam Conyard, Josh Fairminer, Alfie Jaggard, Ethan Kirby, Thomas Morton, Jordan Tickner, Kyle Wiggins.
March Town Tigers U13 3
Ryhall U13 2
TIGERS completed their league season without dropping a point after an impressive 18 straight wins.
This match proved to be one of the closest and despite good chances for Tigers, the first half ended goalless.
It was a different story in the second half and Tigers went 2-0 up through goals from Jacob Fraser and Scott Tinnion.
Ryhall reduced the deficit before David Haslegrave restored the Tigers' two-goal cushion.
A dubious penalty allowed Ryhall to pull one back with 15 minutes to play but Tigers looked comfortable and pushed forward in an attempt to take their season's tally to 100 goals.
Tigers: Daniel Woods, Jack Cunnington, Ben Crowther (MoM), Jacob Fraser, Zac Ransome, Matthew Edgley, Scott Tinnion, Yannick Parrish, James Bates, Ashley Anderson, David Haslegrave, Sam Stockbridge, Martin Chapman.
Emneth Hungate girls U11 0
March Leverets girls U11 1
LEVERETS clinched fifth position in the league with a good victory at Emneth.
March's superb run of 28 points from a possible 30 ended with a win secured by Lucy Webb's first half goal.
Alice Trueman made a goal-saving block in the second half but the player of the match award went to in-form keeper Hannah Trueman who kept her fifth clean sheet in a row.
Leverets: Tegan Ellis, Grace Coe, Hannah Young, Rosie Coe, Lucy Webb, Chelsea Sneath, Tiffany Hyne, Lucy Smith, Hannah Trueman, Alice Trueman, Deniz Dalsar
March Soccer School U8 A 9 Leverington Bridgecroft U8 3
MARCH looked to be steaming to victory when goals from Adam Conyard and Jordan Tickner put them 2-0 up.
However, a much-improved Leverington team battled back and scored three goals to take the lead.
The game swung back in to March's favour before the break when Conyard and Tickner found the target.
The home side continued to dominate in the second half and Ethan Kirby, Thomas Morton (2) and man of the match Josh Fairminer added to Conyard's hat-trick strike.
March: Henry Butt, Adam Conyard, Josh Fairminer (MoM), Alfie Jaggard, Ethan Kirby, Thomas Morton, Jordan Tickner, Kyle Wiggins.
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