Andrew nets first half hat trick for St Albans City Youth U14s East
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: ASHTON Jones scored for the U18s West as they lost 2-1 to Everett Rovers while the U18s North crashed out of the League Cup 5-0. Two goals from Malik Marland and one from Adriano Gill helped the U15s West to a 3-1 win at Whetstone wh
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: ASHTON Jones scored for the U18s West as they lost 2-1 to Everett Rovers while the U18s North crashed out of the League Cup 5-0.
Two goals from Malik Marland and one from Adriano Gill helped the U15s West to a 3-1 win at Whetstone while the U15s East put five past the Whetstone Leopards to win 5-2 in the Challenge Cup with the goals coming from Matt Springall (two), Luke Yaxley (two) and Andrew Mayirou.
The U14s North held league leaders Abbots Youth to a 2-2 draw with Jay Caines and Sam Bignall on target.
Jerome Andrew hit a first half hat-trick and Louie Attard netted in the U14s East's 4-0 win over Harvesters while Jack Pugh netted a consolation as the U14s South went down 6-1 to Croxley Guild.
Chris Litchfield, Jack Collard and Matt Cross netted as the U13s North drew 3-3 with London Road but the U13s East lost 6-2 to Hemel Town with Kieran Thorne and Jamie Moroney getting City's goals.
Conor Sweeney scored as the U12s South drew 1-1 with Tornado JSC and the U12s North lost 4-2 to Chorleywood Common despite a Man of the Match performance from Dan McGoohan.
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Jack Ypey, Daniel Metcalf and Andrew Hewitt scored in the U12s Boreal's win over Herons but the U12s Warriors went down 4-0 to Welwyn Pegasus.
A Nick Grossi goal earned the U11s South a 1-1 draw with Berkhamsted Raiders and Alfie Seeby was named Man of the Match in the U11s West's 1-0 defeat to Chorleywood.
The U10s South lost out 4-3 to Hemel Athletic with their goals coming from Daniel Newton (two) and Ben Gosling.
The U10s East went down 3-2 on penalties to Berkhamsted in the Challenge Cup with Tayler Fennel and Sam Smith converting East's penalties.
There was a 3-0 defeat for the U10s North despite the best efforts of Man of the Match Tom Gordon and the U10s West went down 5-0 to Chorleywood Pumas with Louis Lambert being named Man of the Match for West.
Frankie Ado and Joe Lake both scored twice as the U9s South beat Wheathampstead Tigers 5-0 with Adam Pringle also on target.
Henry Pike hit a hat-trick in the U9s Orient's 8-1 demolition of Ware Youth Clarets with Dan Ashenhurst (two), Owen Field (two) and Nathan Poulton also on target while Harry Shepherd was the only goalscorer fro the U9s North as they lost 5-1 to Welwyn Pegasus.
There were two goals for Joe Curran and one for Jarvis Williams in the U8s North's game with Kings Langley and Louis Glenister was named Man of the Match in the U8s South's game with Harpenden Colts Black.
The U17s Girls lost 2-0 to St Albans City Ladies while the U16s Girls lost out 4-3 to Hemel Hempstead Girls, with Stephanie Plunkett and Christina Freestone (two) on target.
Mary Leach was named Player of the Tournament as the U10s Girls took on Bedwell, Bury, Borehamwood, Garston and Hitchin over the weekend.