Peterborough Youth League and Junior Alliance round-up
Spalding United Blue Under 15s are through to the semi-finals of the Peterborough Youth League Cup after victory over Park Farm Pumas on Sunday.
The Tulips netted twice in the second half to run out 3-1 winners after the two teams had gone in at half-time on level terms.
Leland Dent bagged a brace with George Frost also on target for Spalding.
Holbeach United Yellow missed out on joining their near neighbours in the semi-finals after a 3-2 away reversal at FC Hampton Royals. Callum Boon and Kelvin Ibeneme netted for the Tigers.
Deeping Rangers are through to the last four of the Under 16 competition after a 5-1 home win over Glinton & Northborough Black in their quarter-final clash.
Daniel Tarver struck twice for the Clarets with Harvey Robertson, Kristian Gagyi and Finlay Adkins-Krijgsman also on target.
Thurlby Tigers Under 12s kept their nerve in a penalty shoot-out to progress to the final of the Peterborough Junior Alliance Hereward Cup competition.
Noah Bush netted for the Tigers as the match finished 1-1 after extra time with Thurlby then triumphing 4-3 on penalties.
Bourne Town Claret convincingly booked their spot in the Under 13 League Cup final after a 7-0 away success at Stamford Young Daniels Yellow in their last four meeting.
Alex Mitchell netted four times for the Wakes with Daniel Rogers, Lewis Smith and Archie Waterland also on target.
They will face Werrington in the final after they defeated Holbeach United Black 4-3 despite the prolific Oakley Williams hitting a hat-trick for the Tigers.
Bourne Town Red made it an Under 13 final double for the Wakes after their semi-final success over March Academy Blue in the Hereward Cup.
A high-scoring contest had finished 4-4 with Zak Coles (two), Owen Higgins and Hayden Thrift on target for the Wakes who then ran out 5-4 winners on penalties.
Pinchbeck United Under 13s suffered penalty heartbreak for the third match of their group campaign which they concluded on Sunday against Thorpe Wood Blue.
A cracking attacking contest had finished 5-5 with Thomas King hitting a hat-trick and Alex Doades scoring twice for the Knights.
However, just like their matches against March Academy Blue and Stanground Black, the Knights were beaten on penalties after a 7-6 sudden death reversal.
There was also disappointment for Moulton Chapel who saw their hopes of reaching the final of the Under 14 Hereward Cup dashed after a 3-0 away defeat at Boston United Community Black.