Junior football: Glinton and Northborough Amber upset the leaders

Action from the Under 11 game between Hampton Navy and Malborne Rangers. Hampton won 6-2. Photo: David Lowndes EMN-150102-132117009
Action from the Under 11 game between Hampton Navy and Malborne Rangers. Hampton won 6-2. Photo: David Lowndes EMN-150102-132117009

Woodston Under 11s celebrated as though they’d won the FA Cup on Sunday.

Rock-bottom of Division Two and without a point to their name, the city lads pulled off one of the biggest shocks of the day by defeating Wisbech St Mary 3-0 with goals by Robbie Dowland, Alfie Fyffe and Brandon Green.

It was a first win of the season and made a pleasant change from getting hammered by double-figure scorelines. In their three previous outings they were crushed 22-1, 15-1 and 21-0.

There was also a real turn-up for the books in Under 14 Division One where runaway leaders King’s Lynn suffered a first defeat of the season.

Causing this upset were Glinton and Northborough Amber, who ran out 3-2 winners thanks to first-half strikes by Benjamin Roberts and Christopher Seery (2).

In the only other game played in this division, second-placed Gunthorpe Navy sank Leverington 9-0 with Ryan Bishop and Oluwatomi Ogunyoye both hitting hat-tricks.

Another big surprise came at the Bourne Recreation Ground where struggling Bourne Claret Under 13s, second from bottom in Division Two with just one win to their name before Sunday, managed to overcome third-placed Deeping Amber 11-2.

Hero of the day with a five-goal haul was Samuel Crane while Harvey Oxford and Timothy Worgan both fired trebles.

The Under 11 Hereward Cup competition also produced a shock result as Division Four team Leverington beat Division Three Northern Star 2-0 courtesy of a Reily Tegerdine double.

Unbeaten Under 13 Division Three pacesetters Glinton and Northborough Black maintained their title push with an 8-3 triumph over Stamford.

Sandro Ferreira led the rout with four goals and Oliver Hammond and Andrew Irvine both struck twice.

Spalding Under 11s were the biggest winners of the day on Sunday.

The Division Four leaders crushed Park Farm Red 14-0 with two substitutes doing the bulk of the scoring.

William Smith helped himself to six of the goals and Braidon Coupland found the back of the net four times.