Billy cracks home the winner
MAN of the Match Billy Crack scored the only goal of the game as the Under 18s North beat Garston Boys 1-0. Donald Bogle was the hero for the Under 18s East as he struck the winner late on to seal a 3-2 success at home to Riverside Road.
MAN of the Match Billy Crack scored the only goal of the game as the Under 18s North beat Garston Boys 1-0.
Donald Bogle was the hero for the Under 18s East as he struck the winner late on to seal a 3-2 success at home to Riverside Road. Yasin Boodhoo and Barnaby Mayles also scored.
The Under 18s West hosted Berkhamsted Town and goals from Adam Vennard (two), Reece May (two) and Martin Hunter secured a 5-3 success. Defender Zack Zacharia was named Man of the Match.
In the league, the Under 16s North beat Nascot Wood 3-1 with goals from Mark Hillier, James Yates and Ollie Galea.
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Andrew Jarvis scored to secure a 1-1 draw for the Under 16s West at home to Sarratt. The West then played Chorleywood away in the semi final of the League Cup and went down 5-2. Matt Pearce and Callum Marjoram scored excellent goals and 'keeper Sam Crafts was named Man of the Match.
The Under 15s East recorded a 2-1 win at home to Enfield Rangers with goals from Ethan Douglas and Man of the Match James Lowthian.
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Goals from Carl Biggs, Tom Weaver and top goalscorer Greg Springall secured a fine 3-0 win for the Under 15s West at home to Evergreen. Defender Stuart Cole and midfielder Tom Weaver shared the Man of the Match award.
The Under 15s South hit top form to beat Panathinaikos 3-1 with goals from Sean Sullivan, Neil Jardine and Will Ellis.
Niall McGowan and Richard D'Rosario scored as the Under 14s East crowned a good display with a 2-0 win at Comets. The squad take on Hemel Aces in the County Cup final with a 10.30am kick off at The County Ground, Letchworth.
Tom Fazakerley and Ben Blight scored for the Under 13s West as they drew 2-2 at AC Finchley. Centre back Will Steward was named Man of the Match.
The Under 12s South lost 6-0 to Harpenden Hawks. Defender Morgan Williams was named Man of the Match and Niall Watts worked hard in midfield.
Jacob Noonan scored to secure a 1-1 draw for the Under 12s North against Omonia White. Robert Ward was named Man of the Match. The North then drew 2-2 with Boreham Wood Youth. Luke Ferdinand and Man of the Match Josh Smithers scored the goals. Daniel O'Donavan had a fine game.
Away at Bushey, the Under 12s East went down 4-1. Man of the Match Conor McGowan scored the goal for the East. The East then played Hadley Wood at home and drew 1-1 with Josh Farmer scoring a fine goal following a good run from Sam Stead. Defender John Little had a fine game and was named Man of the Match.
Siam Brune-Franklin scored a fine hat trick as the Under 11s North crushed Whetstone Wanderers 6-2. Matt Cross netted twice and Kit Osborn scored to complete the tally. The North then played Evergreen twice and lost 2-1 with Siam Brune-Franklin scoring before they hit top form to win the re-match 8-0. Goals came from Jack Collard (three), Conor Yapp (two), Ben Collins, Jack Wells and Chris Litchfield.
Joe Lowthian netted twice and Max Bull scored one as the Under 10s North beat Tornados JSC 3-1. Right back Harry Fennel was named Man of the Match.
Goals from Myles Shahidi and Man of the Match Stuart Peet secured a 2-0 win for the Under 10s West against Garston Boys.
Man of the Match Callum Clifford struck with a vital goal for the Under 10s South as they drew 1-1 at St Mary's Church.
Winger James Taylor showed impressive form but could not inspire the Under 10s Boreal to victory and they went down 3-0 away to Leverstock Green.
Alfie Seeby scored from the penalty spot and second half goals from Harry Hawks, Finlay Long and Harry Deacon secured a 4-1 win for the Under 9s West against Watford Town. Goalkeeper Jamie Fanning was named Man of the Match.
Two goals from Luke Winks helped the Under 9s South to a fine 4-1 win in the Challenge Cup against Kings Langley Tigers. Kyle Harris and Oliver Astley also netted a goal each and captain Matthew Doherty was named Man of the Match.
The Under 9s East went down to defeat at home to Rickmansworth Rockets. Left winger Linden Gabriel was named Man of the Match.
At home to Merstham, the Under 18s Girls saw their title hopes take a knock with a 2-0 defeat. Ria Llewellyn and Natalie Burrows went close to scoring for the Saints and defenders Rebecca Atkins, Katie Ladd and Jessica Hoare all made impressive interventions. The Under 18s Girls are looking to bolster the squad for next season. Telephone Terry Edwards on 01727 833685 for more information.
The Under 15s Girls turned in a good display to defeat Acton & Ealing 6-2. Alice Warwick scored twice and singles from Abigail Cameron, Charlie Lebetkin, Izzy List and Lucy Hancock complete the goal spree.
Sam Harding and defender Catherine Green played well but could not prevent the Under 13s Girls from losing 2-0 to Barnet Vazzurri.
Defender Erin Foster was named Player of the Match as the Under 11s Girls secured a 0-0 draw with league champions Hoddesdon. Tara Graham also played well.
Next Season St Albans City Youth FC will be running a midweek youth Under 18s side at Cotlandswick, London Colney GC. There is a trial match at London Colney on Tuesday, May 6 with a 7.45pm kick off. Telephone Charlie Sandiford on 07903 562252 for more information.