Hat-tricks galore for Hearts

13:42 28 March 2012

Tom Turner was Man of the Match for Royston Town Youth Colts U12s

Tom Turner was Man of the Match for Royston Town Youth Colts U12s

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Youth football round-up

ROYSTON Town Hearts U11s won an entertaining match against Manuden winning 7-4. The goals came from Louis Harward (three), Jamie Judge (three) and Jack Davis in a brilliant team performance.

Royston Diamonds U11s defeated Stevenage Colts 2-1 thanks to goals from Lewis Mynott and Zac Fraser. Diamonds still have an outside chance of finishing second with two games left.

Royston Town Youth Colts U12s continued their fine run of form with a 3-2 win against Milton Colts. Man of the Match Tom Turner scored two goals while Ollie Lundie scored a late winner from Michael Baulk’s cross.

Royston U12 Eagles got back to winning ways with a 6-2 win over Pin Green. Lewis Anderson scored a hat trick with Will Tucker adding two more and Tom Wright rounding off the scoring. Man of the Match was Callum Leake for his excellent defensive work.


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