Bingdangs scores twice for London Colney Colts
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Harpenden Colts Rovers U13s went down 3-2 to Broxbourne Borough with Josh King and Dan Bradley on target for the Colts. Harvesters U15s South beat Highgate & Muswell Hill 4-0 with goals from James Biggs, Harry Cussell, Wilf Steward and Ant
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Harpenden Colts Rovers U13s went down 3-2 to Broxbourne Borough with Josh King and Dan Bradley on target for the Colts.
Harvesters U15s South beat Highgate & Muswell Hill 4-0 with goals from James Biggs, Harry Cussell, Wilf Steward and Anthony Walter.
A brace from Sam Nevin and goals from Ronan Gaffney and Calum McDonald gave the U13s South a 4-1 victory at London Colney.
James Cleaver netted twice in the U12s South's 4-1 win over Gadeside with Tom Cunliffe and Michael Roche also on target.
Injury and illness ravaged the U12s North as they went down 2-1 to Omonia Green, Sam Gisby scoring a great goal for North.
Lorenzo Federici scored the U11s South's only goal as they harshly lost 3-1 to Whetstone.
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Man of the Match Daniel Goldingay and Tom Goodall were on target as the U11s North lost 3-2 after extra time to Whetstone Wanderers Pumas in the Challenge Cup.
Man of the Match George Barnes led the way with a superb hat-trick in the U10s North's 7-1 away win at Whetstone Cougars in the Challenge Cup. Dominic North (two), Curtis Finch and Ben Smith also scored.
Oliver Brown was named Man of the Match in the U10s East's 1-0 defeat to Gadeside while the U9s South lost out 4-0 against Bushey Rangers.
Ellie Bergin scored a hat-trick as the U14s Girls beat Headstone Manor 5-1. Nina Oliver and Vicky Gray also scored.
Robyn Reardon scored the only goal as the U11s Girls beat Tottenham B 1-0.
London Colney Colts U15s shared an eight goal thriller with Everett Rovers, Kyle Dodman, Yannick Saminaden (two) and Brandon O'Malley on target in the 4-4 draw.
An early goal from Jordan Donovan followed by two from Brandon Bindangs and one from Jack Surridge gave the U14s a 4-0 win at Cassiobury Rangers.
James Juster scored the Colts U13s' only goal as they lost 4-1 to Harvesters South.
Jamie Bill's first half penalty proved to be the only goal of the game as Colts U12s beat Enfield Rangers.
Colts U10s ran out 4-3 winners on penalties after thrilling 4-4 draw with Abbots Youth in the Spring Cup.
Alessandro Fardella (two) and Thomas Brown (two) scored the goals in the game before successful penalties from Alessandro Fardella, Man of the Match Thomas Brown, Will Dickinson and Jake Riseborough sealed the win.
Goals from Man of the Match Bailey Calas and Jaidan Abraham gave the U9s a 2-0 win over Finchley Revolution.
Two goals from Nick Cunningham helped Park Street Village U16s progress in the WFL League Cup after beating Watford Sports White 4-1. George Martin and Alex Nicol got the other goals.
Millie Guest starred for PSV U9s with two battling performances this weekend as they beat Chorleywood 4-2, thanks to goals from Luke Gymer, Lochlan Hedge and two from Callum Noonan, and Hemel Aces Stags Hornet 9-0.
Hat-tricks from Luke Gymer and Lochlan Hedge and goals from Noonan and Harry Watts (two) secured the win.
Nine-man St Albans Rangers U18s Whites suffered from a lack of players as they lost 2-0 to Finchley Revolution.
Matthew Oliver and Joe Madley got two goals each as the U16s lost out 6-5 to Gadeside Rangers with Jonny Kilpatrick netting the fifth Rangers goal.
The U15s could only field 10 players because of injury and illness but goals from Jack Woods and Chris Moore gave them a 2-1 win over Chorleywood.
Man of the Match Connor McGrath scored four goals as the U14s came from behind to win 5-4 against AC Finchley. Shane Bagge got the other goal.
Goals from Lily Rylands and Hannah Barnett gave the U12s Belles a 2-0 win over Bedwell. Lauren Englefield was Player of the Match.
Tom Kerr was the hero for the U10s Reds as they beat Pinnacle 3-2 on penalties.
Reece and Yassin Abdelkafi scored as the game ended 2-2 with Joshua Hillier, Hayden Corley and Sammy Parker converting their penalties to set up the win that was sealed by Kerr keeping out Pinnacle's seventh penalty.
Tejs Mauree's super striker gave the U9s Red a 1-1 draw with Sun Postal Blue.
Wheathampstead Wanderers U15s' Man of the Match Cameron McKie was in outstanding form scoring 10 goals in the 16-0 win away to Gosling Youth.
Danny Davis chipped in with another hat-trick and singles from Charlie Roberts, Micheal Patten and Michael Rodgers ensured that Wheathampstead remain undefeated at the top of Division One.
Harry Mackay and Ziggy Kazmi both scored twice in the U13s Sharks' 5-2 win at John Warner Youth Reds. Aykan Gurgur also scored.
Will Kearsey and Joshua Hamilton netted to give U12s Sharks a 2-1 win over Potters Bar United Blacks.
The U7s competed in a friendly tournament against teams from Panshanger, Welwyn Pegasus and Lemsford Youth.
Wheathampstead's goals were scored by Jamie Hutchinson (six), Cian Alexander (six), Charlie Desborough (two), Archie Bates(two), Jack Berridge (two), Alfie Woodbridge and Charlie Hodder.
Cub Scout Football: Goals from Matthew Porter (two), Charlie Ringland and George Pettengell (two) gave Sandridge a 5-2 win over 16th St Albans.
George Heeley and Ben Robinson replied for the 16th.
Jamie Brown opened the scoring as 2nd St Albans drew 1-1 with 18th Douthwaite whose goal came from James Jarman.
Alfie Seeby netted three goals as the 4th St Albans beat 5/13th 6-0. Finley Long, Man of the Match Harry Deacon and Adam Skinner also scored.