Ware is the hero as Voyager close in on a county cup final

Action from Northern Star v Feeder Soccer at Chestnut Ave EMN-150222-165919009
Action from Northern Star v Feeder Soccer at Chestnut Ave EMN-150222-165919009
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James Ware was the toast of his Voyager team-mates on Sunday after shooting his side into the semi-finals of the Under 14 Northants County Cup.

Ware hit the all-important goal as the Junior Alliance League Division Two team overcame Guilsborough 1-0 to progress to the last four.

They will now face either Ise Lodge or Burton Park Wanderers at home on March 29 for a place in the final.

Division One boys Peterborough Northern Star Blue failed in their bid to make the semis. They were beaten 3-0 at Wellingborough.

Under 14 Division One pacesetters Deeping were meanwhile preserving their 100 per cent record against Glinton and Northborough Amber.

But they had to work much harder than normal for their 14th consecutive victory, edging home 3-2 with goals by Harrison Dee, Kai Haggett-King and Alexander Moroz.

In Under 14 Division Three there was a remarkable 6-6 draw between Riverside Blue and Thorpe Wood Red.

A lad with the famous footballing name - Bobby Moore - hit a hat-trick for Riverside while Jacob Hoffmann and Filip Czerwonka fired doubles for Thorpe Wood.

The top three in the Under 13 9v9 division all enjoyed comfortable wins.

Table-toppers Deeping Claret saw off Thurlby 3-0 with strikes by Daniel Malcolmson, James Russell and Owen Jacobs to maintain their three-point lead over Northern Star.

Star, who have two games in hand on the leaders, crushed Feeder Soccer 10-1 and Nathan Rudman helped himself to five goals to take his tally for the season to a staggering 58 from 15 games.

Third-placed Netherton beat March Soccer School 4-1.

March Rangers maintained their title push in Under 13 Division Three with an 8-0 win against Werrington. Fyn Smith led the way for them with a treble.

Hampton Blue and Alconbury will battle it out in the Under 12 League Cup final.

Goals from Reece Campbell (2), Rio Smith and Lemar Moore earned Hampton a comfortable 4-1 win over Feeder in their semi-final while Alconbury edged past Wisbech St Mary 3-2 thanks to goals from Connor O’Donovan (2) and Cameron Radwell.

There was a rare loss for Arsenal Soccer School Yellow at Under 12 level. The Division One leaders were pipped 2-1 by Holbeach Yellow, who had Jordan Elston on target twice.

It wasn’t a great day for the Arsenal Soccer School at Under 11 level either.

They were hammered 5-0 by Deeping Blue in a League Cup semi-final. Harry Barbsy scored a hat-trick for Deeping with Archie Rickards and Samuel Browning also on the scoresheet.

Werrington Blue Under 12s reached the quarter-finals of the Northants County Cup by beating Stanwick Rovers 3-0 thanks to goals by James Cooper, Samuel Gardiner and William Hawkins.