Youth football round-up

HUNGATE Fenland and District League Hungate Greens U11 girls 0 Wisbech St Mary U11 girls 2 HUNGATE Greens put in a determined display on Sunday but were unfortunate not to score in what was their best performance to date. The league leaders showed grea

HUNGATEFenland and District LeagueHungate Greens U11 girls 0 Wisbech St Mary U11 girls 2 HUNGATE Greens put in a determined display on Sunday but were unfortunate not to score in what was their best performance to date. The league leaders showed great strength and a goal in each half wrapped up a 2-0 win.Player of the match for Greens was Kiera Toll for her efforts as striker. Team: Shelby Connolly (c), Summer Burton, Chloe Thompson, Chelsea Weston, Kirsty Fordham, Dominique Coleman, Kiera Toll, Blaise Blake and Courtney Wakeham.Dersingham U15 0 Hungate Yellow 8A GREAT start to the new year for the Hungate girls with a superb performance from all.Jade Ovendale was on top form for her team with an awesome display of goal-scoring to net six of the eight goals scored.Courtney Calvert also got on the score sheet and an own goal made it eight. Sophie Parker played outstanding from start to finish as did Kelsie Blunden, Polly Baird, Emily Carlisle and Amy Wakeham.At the back, Tiffany Beckett, Elysia Semper and goalkeeper Candy Clark were all impressive.The player of the match award was shared between Jade Ovendale and Sophie Parker. Hungate Green and Yellow U9 1 March Soccer School A U9 0TOP of the table Hungate hosted reigning champions March in a match where two lengthy unbeaten runs were on the line.Hungate put their two-and-a-half year unbeaten run against March's three-year unbeaten league run and it was the Hungate side that maintained their record.In a terrific end-to-end contest, both sides created chances but it was Harry Wrate who scored the only goal of the game.March upped their game in the second half but couldn't find a way past home keeper and man of the match Dean Grogan.Xavier Kitching, Joe Mummery, Harry Wrate and Matty Ryan were also outstanding.Team: D Grogan, J Ovendale (c), M Ryan, J Mummery, J Baldry, B Calvert, X Kitching, H Wrate.THREE HOLESFenland and District LeagueThree Holes U8 3 March Soccer School U8 A 3AN exciting end-to-end game of mini soccer was a good advert for both clubs and the league.For the home side, keepers Liam Chapman and Billee Smalley were exceptional, both making several good saves.The whole team battled hard but the man of the match was shared between skipper Connor Chambers and Ciaran McAree who not only netted twice but worked tirelessly throughout. The other goal for the home side was scored by Ross Beart.Team: Billee Smalley, Liam Chapman, Connor Chambers, Megan Ratcliffe, Liam Mews, Ciaran McAree, Ross Beart, Kieran Watson, Connor Ward.Wisbech St Mary Purple U10 7 Three Holes U10 0DESPITE a scoreline which suggests one-way traffic for the home side, the Three Holes boys can take heart from what was an encouraging team performance.They battled hard, worked for each other but sadly could not get the vital goal that their play deserved.Kyle Ward in the centre of midfield had a fine game but he was beaten to the man of the match award by goalkeeper Karl Gillings who made several fine stops. Team: Karl Gillings, George Codling, George Melton, Ryan Sykes, Kit Bourlet, Roy Davis, Christopher Fisher, Kyle Ward. Hungate Greens U15 girls 1 Three Holes girls U15 4 THREE Holes began the new year with a comfortable win at improving Hungate Greens.Kirsty Calver opened the scoring in the first half following a superb flowing team move. Kirsty added a second before half time and this was followed by a Stacy Newman long-range effort early in the second half. The visitors completed their scoring when Kirsty completed her hat-trick. Hungate had time to score a consolation goal before the end of the game. The girl of the match for Three Holes was shared by Kirsty Calver and Jasmine Luckett.Team: Alice Johnson, Shushannah Feast, Leah Hall, Claire Newton, Amy Grant, Jasmine Luckett, Zoe Gray, Stacy Newman, Kirsty Calver.Mid-Norfolk Youth League Division BWest Winch U14 15 Three Holes U14 2A DISAPPOINTING first game of 2006 sawThree Holes go down to a heavy defeat to West Winch.Although there was plenty of effort, this was one of those days when effort alone was not going to win the game.Chances were created but not enough pressure was put on the home defence and keeper and with a makeshift visiting defence struggling with the home attack, the result was never in doubt.Several of the Three Holes players worked extremely hard, none more so than Charley Freeman who took a deserved man of the match award.The goals for Three Holes came from Adam Dickinson and Daniel Robinson.Team: Adam Dickinson, Ethan Emmerson, Joel Darby, Craig Butler, Allan Rimell, Sam Liboyi, Joshua Hyde, Zac Dilley, Adam Forder, Daniel Robinson, Charley Freeman, Matthew Farrow, Samuel Cooke. Mid Norfolk Youth Soccer League U15 Subsidiary CupThree Holes 10 Marham Wanderers 1A SUPERB team performance came from the Three Holes lads as they advanced to the last four of the Subsidiary Cup.The early exchanges were even although it was the home side who created the better chances and it was no surprise when they took the lead midway through the half.Once they got their noses in front, there was only going to be one winner of the game and this was confirmed as the home side added four more goals before half time.The second half followed the same pattern and Three Holes scored another five.Goalscorers for the home side were Max Mattless (5), Simon Rowell (3) and one each for Jake Ogden and Joel Mattless.Team: Ty Clark, Callum Fendley, Ashley Symonds, Shaun Nobes, Andrew Cooper, Jake Denzy-Reeve, Jake Ogden, Ben Ray, John Watson, Max Mattless, Simon Rowell, Joel Mattless, Lewis Thompson, Andrew Saunders. WISBECH ST MARYFenland and District Youth LeagueHungate Green U9 1 Wisbech St Mary Purple U9 2THE first game back after the Christmas break saw both teams struggle to settle into the game.Toby Ayres opened the scoring for Saints but just before half-time a mistake by the Purples' keeper allowed Hungate to equalise.The break saw both teams come out battling to win but it was Purples' Matthew Roberts who sealed the win with a fine shot.Team: Chris Whyatt, Toby Ayres (c), Jake Hopkisson, Mackenzie Cobbin, Daniel Palmer, Matthew Roberts, Liam Russell Smith, Bradley Sheldrake, Oliver Williams, Kyle Turner.Wisbech St Mary U11 girls 2 Hungate Green U11 girls 0SAINTS were lively but the visitors' keeper put in a fine display to limit Wisbech St Mary to a goal in each half.Excellent passes from Louise Russell and Demi Newman in the first and second halves respectively put Sian Peeling through to bag a brace.Player of the match went to Laura Peeling for a determined display.Team: Chloe Cooper, Demi Newman, Sian Peeling, Chloe Rapley, Bethany Wrate, April Rayson, Leonie Goodale (c), Hannah Shales, Abigail Rapley, Louise Russell, Laura Peeling.Wisbech St Mary Purple U10 7 Three Holes and Upwell U10 0SAINTS showed little sign of their long festive lay-off as they scored at regular intervals against a battling Three Holes team.Ryan Brazil, Shane Green, Harley Rust and Ben McCourt made it 4-0 at the break.In the second half the game was wrapped up by Kingsley Robinson and second goals for Harley Rust and Ryan Brazil.Despite the scoreline, it wasn't always one way traffic with Josh Bannister having to perform well at the back to keep Three Holes at bay.Team: Daniel Smith, Connor Hughes, Kingsley Robinson, Josh Bannister, Conor Bird, Ryan Brazil, Shane Green, Harley Rust, Ben McCourt, Matt Ford.Chatteris U13 girls 0 Wisbech St Mary U13 girls 6 WISBECH St Mary took their chances in the first half of a game played on a very boggy pitch and went in at half-time 3-0 up through Sophie Clayton (2) and Becky Wilding.In the second half Saints continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and added further goals through Wilding, Connie Anker and Jess Holmes.It was a good all round performance in difficult conditions with Hannah Palmer in outstanding form at the heart of the Saints defence.Team: Connie Anker, Sophie Clayton, Brooke Delahoy, Jess Holmes, Kelsey McKenna, Alice Oakley, Hannah Palmer, Beth Simpson, Becky Wilding.Guyhirn 0 Wisbech St Mary Yellows U11 8WISBECH St Mary Yellows continued their winning ways into 2006 with a convincing 8-0 win over Guyhirn.Guyhirn fought hard to contain Yellows but once the first goal went in, Yellows settled down and played some fine football.Danny Emmington opened the scoring before completing a hat-trick, while the remaining goals came from Luke Whyatt (2), Luke Green, Callum Brown and Harry Griffin.Aaron Newman played well for Saints.Team: Keon Blake, Callum Brown, Todd Cocksedge, Ryan Elmes, Danny Emmington, Luke Green, Harry Griffin, Aaron Newman, Luke Seddon, Luke Whyatt.CHATTERISUnder 12 Cambs CupChatteris 2 Milton 1SOME good football saw Chatteris take the lead through Anton Kaval after some neat passing from Aiden Hollis and Jake Betts.Man of the match Peter Walsh battled well in defence to help keep a clean sheet in the first half.Milton had a good spell at the restart and equalised but Chatteris pushed for the win and Dominic Platt's through ball found Anton Kaval who scored his second.Team: Smalley, Flitton, Whiting, Fisher, Keen, Jevon, Hollis, Teague, Kaval, Betts, Cooper-Clark, Platt, Walshe, Ward.Fenland and District LeagueChatteris A U10 0 Leverington/Bridgecroft U10 2CHATTERIS matched their high-flying opponents and played some good football for long periods.Both goalkeepers were called upon to make good saves but the visitors scored two late goals to snatch victory.It was a disappointing result but a great display from the whole of the Chatteris team.The whole team deserved man of the match award as they gave 100 per cent effort and commitment throughout the game.Team: Ryan White (MoM), Sam Merryweather, Karl Anderson, Jo Baker, Joshua Dodman, Keith Parrish, Liam Birch, Harry Matthews, Ben Perry, Frankie Ransome.Peterborough Junior Alliance League Division TwoRippingale 0 Wisbech St Mary Purples 4PURPLES played with the necessary commitment needed to overcome a strong determined Rippingale side on a sticky pitch.Tom Westerman scored the only goal in a tight first half but Purples upped the tempo of the game in the second half, and they were rewarded with goals from Ben Crowson and Casey Logan (2).Team: Jordan Ripley, Ben Crowson, Dale Parnell, Gorav Ganger, Ben Gallon, Harry Newman, Dave Newton, Josh Crowson, Tim Magnus, Casey Logan, Tom Westerman, Kieran Roach, Clayton Hall, Liam Lorraine, Thomas Dunn.