Ashenhurst takes tally to 20
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: LOUIS Minerve scored as the U18s went down 4-1 to Bury Rangers Red. The U16s won 9-0 against St Albans Rangers with Tom Pugh scoring a hat trick and the other goals coming from Adam Jacobs (two), Dominic Oliver, Jack Coulard and Jos
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: LOUIS Minerve scored as the U18s went down 4-1 to Bury Rangers Red.
The U16s won 9-0 against St Albans Rangers with Tom Pugh scoring a hat trick and the other goals coming from Adam Jacobs (two), Dominic Oliver, Jack Coulard and Josh Meija-Searle.
Goals from Jack Pugh and Noah Grisenthwaite gave the U14s South a 2-0 lead against Nascot Wood only for the game to be abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch.
The U14s East lost out 2-0 to London Maccabi Lions A while the U13s East lost 7-1 to Garston Boys with Kieran Thorne on target for City.
In an topsy-turvy game the U12s East went from 3-1 up at the break to 5-3 down with just minutes remaining only to earn a 5-5 draw. Alex Howard grabbed a hat-trick with Joe Weaver and Charlie Scott also scoring.
There was a massive 14-0 win for the U12s North against Cuffley Youth Cannons in the County Cup. Joe Lowthian and Nathan Gibbins both scored four goals and there were three goals for Josh Bean and singles for Yaku Stapleton and Akim Akinbinu.
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Two goals apiece from Sian Khan-Boylan and Daniel Metcalf helped the U12s Boreal to a 6-0 win over Bovingdon with James Taylor and Tom Mattieson completing the scoring.
Dan Stanboulian scored the U12s West's only goal as they lost 2-1 to Chorleywood Common Eagles.
A Man of the Match display from goalkeeper Manish Das couldn't stop the U12s Warriors losing 3-1 to S&B Yellows.
The U11s North took the bragging rights as they beat the U11s South 4-2 in a close game. Amir Stapleton (two), Jacob Brockenhauer and Stephen Heather were on target for the North with Kyle Harris and Oliver Astley getting the South's goals.
Max Sahota's goal in extra time helped the U10s North progress in the County Cup at Barnet Azzuri's expense.
Two goals on the break from Bishop's Stortford were a cruel blow to the U10s East who turned in a brilliant team performance. There was a triple Man of the Match award with Sam Smith, Josh Ali and Giuseppe Basile sharing the accolade.
Dan Ashenhurst took his goal tally to 20 for the season with a hat-trick in the U9s Orient's 5-2 win against King George Vipers. Owen Field netted a brace to complete the win.
Joe Newton scored twice as the U9s South drew 2-2 in their top of the table clash with Hoddesdon.
The U9s North lost 5-2 despite two goals from Dominic Dee and they followed that up with a 4-1 defeat to Cassiobury Rangers with Harry Shepherd getting the goal.
Ronnie Russo was named Man of the Match for the U8s South in their game with Hemel Athletic while there were goals from George Pecham, Thomas Liddelow and Joe Cussans in the U8s West's game with Hemel Colts.
Tom Carmichael scored twice for the U8s North in their game with Hemel Aces and there were also goals for Jarvis Wilkins, Billy Owen and George Fennel.
The U11s Girls found themselves 4-0 down at half time to a strong Tottenham A team but they turned in an excellent battling display during the second half to ensure there were no further goals.
The Player of the Match went to Kristal Clarke who worked hard throughout the game.