Netherton joy quickly turned to despair, Peterborough North End Sports win a stormy affair, Hampton beat clubmates 26-0, National Cup Final defeat for under 16 side, Peterborough Northern Star and Yaxley junior teams stay perfect
Netherton United’s joy at a return to Peterborough Senior Cup form with an 8-1 win over Peterborough Northern Star Reserves was quickly tempered by the withdrawal from the competition of ICA Sports.
Netherton are now unlikely to qualify from a five-team group - NECI had previously withdrawn - after losing their first two games. Alfie Ferguson scored four against Star with Zack Fisher, Tommy Randall, Mark Baines and Louie Venni also on target.
Peterborough North End Sports won their first game in the competition thanks to a goal from 17 year-old Sam Ogden in a stormy contest at Long Sutton Athletic. Referee James Truman sent off a player from each side three minutes from time before awarding Long Sutton a penalty which 17 year-old ‘keeper Liam Weston saved
There was a real mixed bag of results for FC Hampton. The first team pipped Wittering Premiair B 2-1 to move top of their Peterborough Junior Cup group and the A team saw off Dreams Reserves 4-2 in a Minor Cup tie. But Hampton Reserves were crushed 17-1 by Stamford Bels Reserves in a Junior Cup clash. Adam Hart and Kai Stamford scored for the senior side with. Joe McDonald and Alfie Winters scored five apiece for Bels.
Netherton lost 1-0 to Chorley in the National Final of the Junior Premier League Under 16 Cup at Grantham Town FC. A scrappy goal midway through the second-half won the game for a physical Chorley side.
In the Peterborough & District Youth League Under 18 Cup Hampton Royals showed no mercy to clubmates Hampton Blue as they recorded a 26-0 win. Donnel Agyeman led the scoring spree with eight goals while Jesse Manu hit a double hat-trick and Dhruv Karavdra scored five.
Peterborough Northern Star White are already six points clear in their Peterborough & District Junior Alliance Under 12 League Cup group following a third win in a row yesterday (April 25). Henry Saidler, Curtis Simmons and Toms Barkans scored in a 3-1 win over Holbeach Yellow. Yaxley Blue are also three from three in their group. Goals from Jacob Craig, Charlie Braybrook, Nathan Hunt and Hayden Ratcliffe secured a 4-1 success at Werrington.