Youth football round-up
PUBLISHED: 12:05 23 January 2006 | UPDATED: 21:37 28 May 2010
WIMBLINGTON Cambs Colts League Wimblington Wasps U14 1 Mildenhall U14 3 WASPS put in a good performance against the league leaders and were unlucky not to score more goals. The visitors opened the scoring after 15 minutes but Wasps hit back with a Calum T
WIMBLINGTONCambs Colts LeagueWimblington Wasps U14 1 Mildenhall U14 3WASPS put in a good performance against the league leaders and were unlucky not to score more goals.The visitors opened the scoring after 15 minutes but Wasps hit back with a Calum Thompson equaliser just before the break.Mildenhall raised their game in the second half but were limited to just two goals by the hard-working Wasps.Team: Craig Gillies, Calum Thompson, Lee Barnett, Adam Bates, Oliver Barnes, Erwin Nooteboom, Daniel Blake, Ben, Tom Salisbury, David Chapman, Ivan Burgess.CHATTERISFenland and District Mini LeagueHungate Green and Yellow U9 1 Chatteris U9B 0CHATTERIS faced top of the table Hungate and almost stole the points. The solid Chatteris side battled well and an own goal midway through the first half proved to be decisive.The visitors pushed for the equaliser but were unable to find the back of the net. Asa Revell, Jake Kaval and Ciaran Sharpe all went close to scoring and the man of the match for Chatteris was Ivo Nooteboom.Josh Ovendale and Dean Grogan were outstanding for Hungate while Harry Wrate took the Hungate award. Chatteris: D Grogan, J Ovendale (c), M Ryan, C Willoughby, J Baldry, B Calvert, X Kitching, H Wrate.Hungate: Asa Revell, Jake Kaval, Ciaran Sharpe, Nicholas Ward, Matthew Lilley, Kieran Turner, Ivo Nooteboom, Matthijs Nooteboom.MARCHFenland Mini LeagueGlinton U11 girls 4 March Leverets U11 girls 2THIS proved to be an entertaining cup tie but the Leverets just lost out to Glinton.They went 2-0 down in the first half but a fine second half performance resulted in a brace from Lucy Webb to level the scores.Both sides went forward but Glinton scored twice to go through to the next round.This was a fine team performance and Chelsea Sneeth was awarded the player of the match award.Team: Grace Coe, Hannah Young, Rosie Coe, Deniz Dalsar, Hannah Trueman, Chelsea Sneeth, Tegan Ellis, Lucy Webb, Alice Trueman, Tiffany Hyne.Three Holes U11 0 March Soccer School U11 13MARCH put in a much improved performance and recorded a comfortable win.In the first half, Jack Heart's hat-trick, Alex Thorne's brace and an own goal put March on their way.After the break the game was wrapped up with goals from Nathan Bancroft (2), Alessio Terzaghi (2), James Wilmot, Ashley Impey and an own goal.Stefan Anderson took the man of the match award for Three Holes.March: Ashley Impey, Ashley Tyler, Alex Thorne, Jack Heart, Nathan Bancroft, Luke Bancroft, Alessio Terzaghi, James Wilmot, Blake Crofts, Joseph Piper, Nicky Jackson, Aidan Payne, Kieran Maltby.Three Holes: Kyle Butler, Stefan Anderson, Jesse Verrier, Sam Howard, Robert Allison, Callum Brooks, Joseph Brooks, Aidan Housden, Daniel Calver, Josh Parker, Jake Thorpe, Jack Edgson.Peterborough Junior Alliance League Division TwoMarch Town Juniors U13 5 Oundle Juniors FC 2MARCH were outstanding against a team that have lost just one game all season.Scott Jeakins opened the scoring for March with the first of his four goals and the first half ended 2-2.March dominated the second half and Josh Watson scored March's fifth. March man of the match was Kane Chapman. Team: Ryan Howlett, Tom Kelly, Kane Chapman, Daniel Hardy, Andrew Fay, Lewis Claridge, Carl Garrett, Josh Watson, Jack Daplyn, Jake Shailes, Harry Hubbard, Scott Jeakins. THREE HOLES AND UPWELLFenland and District Mini LeagueThree Holes U7 0 March Soccer School A U7 13THE result fails to reflect the effort and commitment shown by Three Holes.The home side were in the game for long periods and were unlucky not to score.The weekly improvement of the Three Holes team is a big bonus and with passing and tackling coming more into their game, good results are just around the corner.Goalkeeper Jake Miller had another fine game as did Joshua Linnell. Scott White took the man of the match award after putting in his best game of the season.Team: Ben Allen, Thomas Archdale, Lochlan Housden, Joshua Linnell, Jake Miller, Tommy Shepherd, Owen Smith, Liam Thorpe, Scott White.Wisbech Town Acorns U8 4 Three Holes U8 1THIS proved to be a disappointing performance from Three Holes, who never really got in to the game.Acorns put in a fine performance and the home keeper made some outstanding saves.The man of the match award for Three Holes went to Ross Beart for a tireless performance.Team: Billee Smalley, Connor Chambers, Megan Ratcliffe, Liam Mews, Ciaran McAree, Ross Beart, Kieran Watson, Connor Ward.March Soccer School B U9 3 Three Holes U9 0THREE Holes deserved more from this game and in an excellent team performance, man of the match Thomas Jones stood out and was unlucky not to score.Team: Kieran Salmon, Joshua Rout, Edward Wheeler, Aston Rolfe, Ross Bennett, Thomas Jones, James Melton, Harry Edgson, Josh Fielding.Three Holes U10 1 Lutton U10 2AN excellent game of football between two evenly matched sides saw the visitors come out on top.The home side showed great fight and determination and a willingness to work as a team.The consolation goal was scored by Kyle Ward and George Codling took the man of the match award.Team: Karl Gillings, George Codling, George Melton, Ryan Sykes, Kit Bourlet, Roy Davis, Christopher Fisher, Kyle Ward.Mid-Norfolk Youth League B DivisionMattishall U13 2 Three Holes U13 2THREE Holes were unlucky not to take all three points from their game against the league leaders.A fortunate goal gave Mattishall the draw and Daniel Wright scored both goals for the visitors. He shared the man of the match award with goalkeeper Tomas Codling.Team: Tomas Codling, Nathan Ramm, Ashley Goodale, Mattie Nicholls, Owen Connell, Jay Feast, Corey Edwards, Toby Retchless, Daniel Wright, Tom Hubbard, Daniel Bullock, Lewis Wildman.Dereham Town U14 8 Three Holes U14 0THE visitors struggled in the early stages and conceded five goals.Three Holes were much improved in the second half and matched the home side for long periods.Joel Darby had a fine game and he thoroughly deserved his man of the match award.Team: Adam Dickinson, Ethan Emmerson, Joel Darby, Sam Liboyi, Zac Dilley, Adam Forder, Daniel Robinson, Matthew Farrow, Samuel Cooke, Shaun Cuthill, James Bales, Ben Penfold.Walpole U15 2 Three Holes U15 2THREE Holes were 1-0 down at the break but they battled hard in the second half and almost won the game.Jake Ogden scored both of the visitors' goals, one from the penalty spot, and they were unfortunate not to be awarded another spot kick late on.WISBECH ST MARYWisbech St Mary U13 girls 0 March Rangers U13 girls 2SAINTS pushed March all the way in a game that wasn't settled until the final minute.Rangers opened the scoring in the first half but the impressive home side were always a threat on goal and only a good save denied Becky Wilding. Saints' player of the match Beth Simpson also produced some excellent stops but a last minute goal wrapped up the win.Team: Connie Anker, Sophie Clayton, Brooke Delahoy, Jess Holmes, Kelsey McKenna, Alice Oakley, Hannah Palmer, Beth Simpson, Becky Wilding.Fenland Youth LeagueMarch Soccer School A U9 6 Wisbech St Mary Purple U9 2SAINTS started well against March but conceded the opening goal.The home side scored two more first half goals before Jake Hopkisson reduced the arrears before the break.The March keeper made several excellent saves to deny Purples and despite Toby Ayres finding the back of the net, the home team scored another three.Team: Chris Whyatt, Jake Hopkisson, Toby Ayres (c), Daniel Palmer, Mackenzie Cobbin, Oliver Williams, Bradley Sheldrake, Mathew Roberts, Kyle Turner, Liam Russell-Smith, Sam Ray.Peterborough Junior Alliance Knockout CupWisbech St Mary U11 Purples 3 Deeping Rangers U15 0SECOND Division Purples progressed to the semi-finals of the cup with a superb team performance against Division One high-flyers Deeping.Purples secured the win with well-taken goals from Casey Logan (2) and Dave Newton.Team: Jordan Ripley, Liam Lorraine, Ben Crowson, Dale Parnell, Gorav Ganger, Ben Gallon, Harry Newman, Dave Newton, Josh Crowson, Tim Magnus, Casey Logan, Tom Westerman, Kieran Roach, Clayton Hall, Thomas Dunn.Wisbech St Mary U11 girls 2 North Lynn U11 girls 0SAINTS dominated the early stages of this league cup game and Bethany Wrate went close before Sian Peeling opened the scoring.North Lynn tried to get back in to the game but in the home defence Francis Peeling, Leonie Goodale and player of the match Hannah Shales all stood firm.Demi Newman's deflected corner found the back of the net to make the game safe.Team: Chloe Cooper, Demi Newman, Sian Peeling, Bethany Ford Rapley, Bethany Wrate, April Rayson, Leonie Goodale (c), Hannah Shales, Abigail Rapley, Louise Russell, Frances Peeling.HUNGATEFenland and District Mini LeagueHeacham U15 2 Hungate Rovers U15 2DESPITE the result, the scoreline doesn't reflect how well Hungate played.Hungate dominated the game and fine goals from Jamie Roberts and Paul Roberts gave Rovers a point.Hungate Green U9 7 Wisbech Acorns U9 0RYAN McManus' brace in the opening 10 minutes got the Greens off to a flying start and further goals from Ben Longmuir and Adam Fleet put Hungate 4-0 up at half time.Tom Ward hit the fifth before Jake Shepherd's spot kick and Tom Carter's strike secured a comfortable win. Chris and Andrew Turner were outstanding but the man of the match award was shared by the whole team.Team: Josh Warmington, Jake Shepherd, Tony Reeve, Tom Carter, Tom Ward, James Buller, Ryan McManus, Ben Longmuir, Chris Turner, Andrew Turner, Adam Fleet. Hungate Green U14 6 Dereham Wanderers U14 1HUNGATE moved clear of the relegation zone with another good win but it was Wanderers who opened the scoring inside two minutes.However, Greens bounced back in style and three goals from Jamie Cobbin, Shaun Belfield and Gaje Drew put the home side in control at the break. Cobbin and Drew found the net again in the second half and Jake Weston completed the scoring.Man of the match went to Adam Simpson.Team: J Hammond, A Papworth, A Warden (c), J Warden, G Sutton, B Stimson, J Feltell, J Gallagher, J Mockford, S Belfield, A Simpson, J Weston, G Drew, J Cobbin.Whittlesey U7 0 Hungate U7 12HUNGATE brushed off the holiday cobwebs to cruise to a good victory.Man of the match Ben Garner was the player in form as he scored five in the opening 15 minutes.Keiran Higgs went on to score five of his own. The scoring was completed by Reece Patterson and Jake Gowler.Team: Robert Hitchcock, Charlie Surguy, Reece Patterson, Kieran Higgs, Scott Drewery, Harry Baldrey, Ben Garner, Albany Hodgson, Conor Ruthvan, Jake Gowler.Hungate Green U11 girls 1 Stamford U11 girls 6GREENS started slowly and Stamford scored two goals in the first five minutes. However, the home side battled and went into half-time 4-1 down with a goal from Kiera Toll. Stamford finished the game off with two more goals before the end of the match. Goalkeeper Shelby Connolly was voted Greens' player of the match.Team: Shelby Connolly (c), Kiera Toll, Courtney Wakeham, Briony Beckett, Kirsty Fordham, Blaise Blake, Chelsea Weston, Chloe Thompson, Summer Burton.Mid Norfolk Youth League Hungate Yellow U14 1 Wootton U14 2HUNGATE were made to pay for a slow start as Wootton scored two early goals. Yellows were a different team in the second half and pulled a goal back but they were unable to find the equaliser. Goalkeeper Tom Russell made some fine saves and took the man of the match award.Team: Tom Russell, Danny Gooch, John Green, Niall Trundle, Adam Bunton, Thomas Spittlehouse, Aaron Cobb, Mark Fordam, Tom Brooks, Ashton Hodgson, Alex Jones, Lee Punter.
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