St Neots beaten by Royston
Royston Town under-eights' A team put in a good solid performance against St Neots with a 2-1 win at the Heath on Saturday. Royston took the lead with a Louis Harward goal, thanks to a fine pass from Adam Taylor and although St Neots got one back before h
Royston Town under-eights' A team put in a good solid performance against St Neots with a 2-1 win at the Heath on Saturday.
Royston took the lead with a Louis Harward goal, thanks to a fine pass from Adam Taylor and although St Neots got one back before half time an own goal in the second half gave Royston the victory.
Royston Town under-eights' B team also put in a fine display with a 5-1 win.
Royston took the lead through Thomas Allen and a fine solo effort from Daniel Goom made it 2-0.
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Jake Gifford added a third before half time and the a fourth just into the second half. Although St Neots managed to pull a goal back William Bellano fired home the final goal from the penalty spot to make it 5-1.
Royston Town Youth A Under 9s put on a fine display of intelligent defending and exciting attacking to beat a strong Bishop's Stortford Town team 3-0.
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Two excellent first half goals by Max Logan and some superb support play by Jamie Penn and Callum Toovey kept the pressure o and Mickey Baulk sealed a brilliant all round individual performance with a good strike in the second half.
Hard work and non-stop effort from the solid midfield of Lewis Anderson and Tom Fox and the resolute defending of Matt Bailey and Jack Hallewell gave Royston Town Youth B Under-nines an impressive win over Bishops Stortford Athletic.
The lively attacking duo of Danny Baulk and Jack Davis scored a goal each to secure the 2-0 victory.
GREAT goalkeeping by Robbie Ponting, especially in the first half, kept Royston Celtics under-11s in their match against Wymondley.
If it wasn't for Ponting's saves, the Celtics would have gone in more than 1-0 down at half time.
In the second half Richard Jonas levelled game before Wymondley scored again but goals from Jack Mills and Jordan Cooney won the match for the Celtics 3-2.
Despite a strong start, Melbourn Dynamos under-nines Panthers could not hold off a strong St Neots' side and they lot 5-1.
Man-of-the-match Alex Goodfellow worked tirelessly with fellow defender Ben Greenaway to break up the attacks and Martin Downey scored a superb consolation goal.
Melbourn Dynamos under-nines Tigers played skilfully in the first half against the St Neots B team, earning a 1 - 1 draw by half time thanks to a goal from Matthew Morris.
St Neots attacked strongly in the second half with Melbourn's man-of-the-match goalkeeper Cameron Ireland putting in some impressive saves to limit the final score to 3-1 to their opponents.
Manuden under-nines recorded their third win on the trot with an impressive display against HC Cougars.
Manuden dominated the first half and a well taken goal by Jayden Harrington took them in to half time 1-0 up.
HC Cougars came more into the game in the second half but fine defensive displays from George Mullings and Ben Halleday, and a good goal from Jacob Taub ensured that Manuden got a deserved win.
Buntingford Cougars under-sevens Blues came back from behind to claim a 1-1 draw against Stevenage Redsox. A great second half performance was topped off with a Harisson CS goal.
Buntingford Cougars under-sevens Whites were unable to match the Blues, and lost 5-1 against Steenage.
The whites were unlucky and Tommy Jackson's solitary goal didn't reflect the team's play.
The Cougars under-nines Whites and Blues each got a draw against Letchworth. The Whites drew 1-1, with a screaming volley from Matthew Share, and the Blues drew 2-2 with their goals coming from Matthew Inman.
Buntingford Cougars' under-10s Blues and Whites both struggled in front og goal away to St Neots.
The Blues started well, pushing hard and making all the running, but they came away losing 1-0 and the Whites went down 3-0 despite having most of the possession.
Buntingford Cougars' under-11s Blues hit Biggleswade United for four with three goals in 10 minutes from Charlie Owen (two) and Matty Moore, and added a fourth later on when Moore got his second.
Buntingford Cougars' under-11s Whites drew 3-3 against Bishop's Stortford with goals from Sam Rice, Sam Friend and George Woods, but pushing for a fourth conceded a late equaliser.
Buntingford Cougars under-14s were knocked out of the County Cup by Division One's Herts Rangers 3-0.
Hormead Hares under-12's lost both games of a double header against Stevenage Colts Yellows. The first was by a narrow 1-0 score line and the second was 3-0, with Hares suffering from tired legs.
The Hares' under-14s put in an outstanding semi-final performance of pace power and some excellent tackling against a strong Comberton side. Goals from Becky Turner and Rebecca Scott secured a final spot against Cambridge City.
The under-15s boys destroyed Herts rangers 5-0, with goals coming from Louise Kugler (two), Joe Pemberton (two) and Bayos.
The Hares-under-17s played host to top of the table Harlow Town and beat them 1-0 courtesy of a log by DJ Winkworth.