Taylor thrilled with his players and the size of the crowd as Chatteris Town run riot against Hundon
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Chatteris Town bounced back from their opening day loss in the most emphatic way possible - they thumped Hundon 6-0.
In front of another bumper crowd, Craig Gillies hit a hat-trick. Jack Whiting, Josh Joyce and Richard Allen were also on target.
Manager Ashley Taylor said: “We won 6-0 and played really well! We needed a reaction after the Outwell defeat and the lads delivered so I’m really pleased.
“At the outwell game we had 168 people watching and I think the occasion got to us
“And we started forcing the ball and not doing what we do best which is moving the ball quickly and finding feet. Last night we did exactly that and was a massive difference
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“We also had another 100+ people watching the game last night and I would like to thank all the locals for the support.”
Also in Kershaw Senior A, Paul Richardson’s spectacular lob meant Outwell Swifts made it two wins from two with a 1-0 win at Soham Town Rangers.
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Wisbech St Mary are sitting pretty on top of the Kershaw Premier after picking up nine points from three games. Edgaras Buzas, Simon Bates and Kevin Smith scored in a 3-0 win over Sawston on Saturday. Then, on Tuesday night, they thumped Brampton 5-1.
Manager Arran Duke said: “We can’t moan about our start. It’s the performances which have been more pleasing than the results, we’ve played well.
“Edgaras Buzas has hit the ground running, and Simon Bates has been at it as well.”
In Kershaw Senior B, Wimblington were thrashed 6-0 by Godmanchester Rovers Reserves.
Goals from Ricky Hailstone and Matthew Heron meant Whittlesey Athletic beat Peterborough Sports Reserves 2-1 in the Premier Shield Cup. But, in the Peterborough and District League, they lost 4-3 to Stilton.
Leverington Sports picked up their first point of the season with a 2-2 draw at Stilton. Jordi Henson got both goals. But they then lost 5-0 to Thorney.
In Division One, Wisbech Town Reserves picked up two wins. Jack Brand (3), Ryan Alexander and Alfa Jalo scored in a 5-1 win at Wittering. On Tuesday night, Mark Hardwick and Jack Newman scored in a 2-1 win over Moulton Harrox Reserves.
Whittlesey Athletic Reserves thumped Langtoft Reserves 7-0. Dave Wood (2), Gavin Baker (2), Robert Speechley, Daniel Redhead and Thomas Carter got the goals. But they then lost 5-1 to Warboys Town.
Sutton Bridge got the better of Long Sutton, winning 4-0. Ben Partridge (2), Matt Eaton and Kieren Lally were on target. There was a brace for Eaton, and a goal for Griffin, in Sutton Bridge’s 3-3 draw with Netherton United Reserves.
Matthew Cawthorn bagged four goals, with James Ward and Jonathan Allen also on target, in Long Sutton’s 6-1 win over Peterborough ICA Sport Reserves.
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