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Cambridge City 1 : 3 Stotfold
This was a top versus second place fixture. City were looking to get the single point they needed to secure the championship, but the celebrations had to be put on ice when the visitors earned a surprise victory. Lizzy Wray was on target for City but it wasn't enough. The team play Newmarket Town on Wednesday in their final league fixture, where it is hoped that they will put things right and be crowned champions once again.
Cambridge City 18 : 0 Riverside Rovers
City notched up their biggest win of the season on Saturday against a very spirited and hard working Riverside team. The visitors deservedly kept a clean sheet for the first 20 minutes, thanks in the main to some excellent goal keeping. However, once the first goal went in, the momentum continued. Riverside played with a great desire and should be applauded for their approach. City remain top of the league. Player of the Match was awarded to Jessie-Mae Daniels, who rounded off a superb display with a great hat trick.
Burwell 2 : 4 Cambridge City
A brace from Annabel Cuthbert and one each from Freya Standing and Grace Muffett was enough to secure maximum points when the under 14s made the short trip to Burwell. Player of the Match was awarded to Annabel Cuthbert.
Cambridge City 11 : 0 Hungate Rovers
The Under 13s entertained Hungate on Saturday and recorded a good victory. Captain Aime Fullwood notched up a double hat trick which was added to by individual goals from Ella Compton, Tiana Walker, Niamh Davies, Katie Levatt and one from Player of the Match Jessica Wood. The final score was 11-0 to the Lilywhites.
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