Youth football: Tigers still unbeaten
PUBLISHED: 11:26 10 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:40 28 May 2010
MARCH Peterborough Junior Alliance Whittlesey Juniors U13 0 March Town Tigers U13 13 RARING to go after a two-week break, unbeaten Tigers were soon into their stride with a goal from man of the match Yannick Parrish after seven minutes. It was one-way fo
Peterborough Junior Alliance
Whittlesey Juniors U13 0 March Town Tigers U13 13
RARING to go after a two-week break, unbeaten Tigers were soon into their stride with a goal from man of the match Yannick Parrish after seven minutes.
It was one-way football from then on, and another goal from Parrish, two from David Haslegrave, and Scott Tinnion, Zac Ransome, and Sam Stockbridge, all found the net before the break.
Scott Tinnion led the goal spree in the second half with a further three goals, Parrish added another two and Daniel Woods got on the score sheet.
Team: Daniel Woods, Jack Cunnington, Ben Crowther, Jacob Fraser, Zac Ransome, Matthew Edgley, Scott Tinnion, Yannick Parrish, James Bates, David Haslegrave, Sam Stockbridge, Martin Chapman.
Fenland and District Mini League
March Soccer School U7 A 7 Chatteris Black U7 0
MICHAEL Rutterford opened the scoring for March when he pounced on a fumble by the keeper and passed the ball into the unguarded net.
Good fortune gave March their second when a shot from Tyler Carter took a deflection and looped into the Chatteris net and then Carter intercepted a goal kick and passed the ball into the empty net to make it 3-0.
Ellis Fulcher scored two in quick succession, before Carter and Sam Lilley completed the scoring.
Liam Saunders was March's man of the match.
Team: Tyler Carter, Ellis Fulcher, Lewis Hussey, Sam Lilley, Sol McCabe, Michael Rutterford, Liam Saunders, Harrison Waby, James Youles.
March Soccer School 2 Leverington/Bridgecroft 0
THE home side battled hard against a good Leverington team, and both defences were on top in a goalless first half.
After the break, solid work in defence from Sindle, Hunns, and Grieco, saw March's confidence grow, and man-of-the-match Blanchflower, and Nabarro both went close to opening the scoring.
Substitute Bulbrook finally broke the deadlock, and Holmes-Darby pounced to score a second.
Team: L Sindle (c), A Blanchflower, J Brown, T Nulty, J Hunns, K Holmes-Darby, M Bulbrook, J Nabarro, C Grieco.
March Soccer School girls U11 2 Stamford girls U11 3
THIS match proved to be a closely fought one but it was March who held a 2-1 advantage at half time thanks to a brace from Georgia Thorpe.
March keeper Imogen James produced several good saves to maintain the home side's lead.
However, Stamford eventually equalised, and although March created chances, the visitors scored again to take to lead.
Team: Nicole Scott (c), Imogen James, Olivia Dedman, Kate Hinson, Susannah Shannon, Sarah Adams, Eilish Brown, Claire Burgess, Georgia Thorpe.
Fenland and District League
Hungate Rovers U7 15 Wisbech Acorns U7 1
HUNGATE controlled this game from start to finish, and got off to a flying start.
This allowed Hungate to switch players around and rest several team members.
Kieran Higgs and Reece Patterson had great games, but the man-of- the-match award went to Thomas Coleman, who played his best game of the season so far.
Goal scorers for Hungate were Harry Baldry (6), Reece Patterson (5), Kieran Higgs (2), Ben Garner and Jake Gowler .
Team: Robert Hitchcock, Charlie Surguy, Kieran Higgs, Reece Patterson, Scott Drewery, Jake Gowler, Harry Baldry, Ben Garner, Conor Ruthvan, Thomas Coleman.
Hungate Green U11 girls 0 Coates Crusaders U11 2
GREENS were unlucky not to score in this close game and were denied a goal on numerous occasions.
Crusaders broke the deadlock midway through the second half and then went on to seal the victory with a second goal.
Player-of-the-match for Greens was Dominique Coleman for great work in midfield.
Team: Dominique Coleman, Shelby Connolly (c), Summer Burton, Chloe Thompson, Chelsea Weston, Blaise Blake, Courtney Wakeham, Fern
Downham Youth U14 3 Hungate Rovers Yellows U14 0
THE game started at a high tempo and there was good defensive work from Danny Gooch and Adam Bunton.
Jordan Mckenna made some crucial interceptions and man of the match Thomas Spittlehouse was outstanding in midfield.
However, Downham opened the scoring with a fortunate goal before scoring twice in the second half to seal the victory.
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