Youth Football - Outstanding performance

PUBLISHED: 10:35 03 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:39 28 May 2010

Fenland and District Mini League Soccer School U7 A 7 Whittlesey U7 1 MARCH got off to a bad start when Whittlesey opened the scoring. However, after that it was all March and Michael Rutterford scored twice to put the home side ahead. Ellis Fulcher scor

Fenland and District Mini League Soccer School U7 A 7 Whittlesey U7 1MARCH got off to a bad start when Whittlesey opened the scoring.However, after that it was all March and Michael Rutterford scored twice to put the home side ahead.Ellis Fulcher scored a well-taken third before Rutterford completed his hat-trick and Fulcher grabbed his second.Harrison Swaby scored a sixth from close range before Tyler Carter rounded off the scoring with number seven.March man of the match was Sam Lilley.Team: Tyler Carter, Ellis Fulcher, Lewis Hussey, Sam Lilley, Sol McCabe, Michael Rutterford, Liam Saunders, Harrison Swaby, James Youles.Soccer School U11 10 Whittlesey Royals U11 1 ASHLEY Impey made an impressive save for March from a first minute penalty and this sparked March in to life.Aidan Payne's brace and goals from Alessio Terzaghi, Alex Thorne and Nathan Bancroft put March 5-1 up at the break. In the second half, Nathan Bancroft scored another three and Blake Crofts and Kieran Maltby completed the rout.Man of the match for March was Luke Bancroft. Team: Ashley Impey, Aidan Payne, Alessio Terzaghi, Alex Thorne, Nathan Bancroft, Luke Bancroft, Blake Crafts, Kieran Maltby, Ashley Tyler, Nicky Jackson, Joseph Piper, James Wilmot.

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