Werrington lead the way on a goal-den Sunday in the PFA Cup

Action from Northern Star Under 12s v Werrington.
Action from Northern Star Under 12s v Werrington.
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The Under 13 PFA Cup was the place to be for high scores on Sunday with the eight third round matches played producing a remarkable 84 goals.

Leading the way were Division One side Werrington Blue, who crushed Leverington from Division Two 16-0.

Daniel Adcock and Luca Martignetti both hit four goals with the other eight coming from James Cooper (3), Luke Ferris, Samuel Gardiner, Harvey Hancock, William Hawkins and Ryley Barfoot.

In other Division One v Division Two clashes there were big wins for the top tier sides as Hampton Blue beat Spalding 9-0 and Deeping Claret knocked out Northern Star White by the same margin.

Luke Scampion (4) and Lemar Moore (3) were the top marksmen for Hampton Blue while Oskar Storti and Lewis Holmes hit trebles for Deeping Claret.

In the all-Division Two tie between Netherton Phoenix and Oundle, Emmanuel Ochube took his goal tally for the season to 38 by claiming five goals in Netherton’s 10-0 victory.

And doing even better on the goalscoring front this season is Harrison Radwell from Division One leaders Alconbury. He helped himself to five in his side’s 8-4 win over Feeder and now has 40 goals to his name already this season. And that’s in just 11 games.

Park Farm Red will be the only Division Three side in the quarter-finals. They progressed with a whopping 10-1 win against Crowland, who play in the same section.

Liam Nightingale was their top scorer with four while Alessio Basile and Bejamin Collins each hit a pair.

In other third round games, Wisbech St Mary won 7-2 against Werrington Red, Bourne beat Northern Star Black 2-0 and Holbeach Yellow knocked out Yaxley 4-2.

On the Peterborough Junior Alliance League front, there was a massive shock in Under 14 Division Three as leaders Stamford came a cropper for the first time.

They were soundly beaten 4-0 by Stanground Sports, who had managed only one win before Sunday.

Adam Steels was Stanground’s hat-trick hero with Callum Ingledew scoring the other.

Under 14 Division One title favourites Wasps made it eight wins from eight games by trouncing Netherton 12-2. Connor Bell and Jay Whyatt both netted four times with Taylor Horne scoring twice.

Another Netherton side well beaten were the Under 12s.

They lost 7-3 to Division One frontrunners Deeping Blue and that was their first reverse of the campaign.

Deeping’s goalscorers were Finlay Henderson (2), Archie Rickards (2), Alfie Fryett, Harvey Henderson and Harry Barsby.

In the Under 12 League Cup, Northern Star advanced to the quarter-finals by edging out Werrington 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out after the game finished all square at 2-2.