Cox hits five for U10s East

PUBLISHED: 10:43 17 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:27 06 May 2010

GOALS from Arron Robertson, Max O Shea, Stefano Geraldes and Richie Stone gave the U18s East a 4-0 win at Harpenden Leopards. Rhys Bidwell was man of the match. In the first round of the Challenge Cup, the U18s South came from behind to win 5-3 in extra t

GOALS from Arron Robertson, Max O'Shea, Stefano Geraldes and Richie Stone gave the U18s East a 4-0 win at Harpenden Leopards. Rhys Bidwell was man of the match.

In the first round of the Challenge Cup, the U18s South came from behind to win 5-3 in extra time. The South's goals came from Ryan Hearne, Tommy Hunt, Glen Hall (two) and David Shore.

Greg Springall scored the only goal for the U18s West lost 3-1 to Chorleywood White in the League Cup. George Figg was named man of the match.

The U18s North had to start their match at Potters Bar Crusaders with only eight players due to problems on the motorway and by the time they got up to their full quota they were 2-0 down.

They couldn't recover and eventually lost 5-1 with James Sissons grabbing the North's goal. Neil Jardine was man of the match.

James Pellington couldn't stop the U16s going down 3-0 away at Garston Boys.

Two fine goals from Adrian Gil helped the U15s West record a 3-1 win at AC Finchley with man of the match Malik Marland scoring their other goal.

Tom Li, Matt Basler and Dan Smith were all on target as the U15s East beat Potters Bar 3-2. Tom Sykes was named man of the match.

Hat-tricks from Noah Grisenthwaite and Niall Watts helped the U14s South to an 8-0 win over Harpenden Vultures. man of the match Jack Pugh grabbed two goals and Tom Spratling scored with a header.

Louie Attard's first half hat-trick sent the U14s East on their way to a comfortable 4-0 win at home to Limassol. Andrew Cricious scored his first goal for the club to complete the scoring after the break.

Max Andrew scored for the U14s North as they lost out 2-1 to local rivals St Albans Rangers. Dan O'Donovan was named man of the match.

Jamie Moroney scored the equaliser as the U13s East drew 2-2 with Hemel Hawks. Kieran Thorne also scored from the penalty spot.

Jack Collard scored the only goal as the U13s North beat Alexandra Park West 1-0.

Two goals from Callum Clifford and a strike from Charlie Ward gave the U12s South a 3-1 win over Comet. Zak Fleschat was man of the match.

Toby Parker netted a hat-trick in the U12s North's 6-1 win over Harpenden Colts. Akim Akinbinu, Nathan Gibbins and James Cameron were also on target. Matt Harvey was man of the match.

The U12s Boreal went down 3-2 at Bovingdon with Dan Metcalfe and Tom Mathieson getting the goals. Shay Ralf was man of the match.

Harvey Groombridge put in a man of the match performance as the U12s Warriors lost 1-0 at Potters Bar Black.

Oliver Shepherd and Ellis Allan scored as the U12s West lost 3-2 to Leverstock Green with Sam Cornmell the man of the match.

Oliver Astley scored as the U11s South came from behind to draw 1-1 at Boreham Wood.

A man of the match performance from defender Sam Lalachau couldn't stop the U11s East from going down 6-0 to Hemel Aces.

Stephen Heather scored twice and fellow man of the match Jacob Brockenhaur scored once as the U11s North beat Berkhamstead Raiders White 5-2. Luke Houghton also scored twice.

The U10s East played twice beating Tring Tornados Yellow 6-0. Alex Cox scored five times and Harvey Trounson also netted.

They also won their other game beating Rickmansworth Youth 3-2 thanks to goals from Ollie Barnett, Harvey Trounson and Guiseppi Basile, with 'keeper Tayler Fennel named man of the match.

Sam Fisk, Harry Ross, Daniel Newton and Adam Skinner were all on target as the U10s South beat Gadeside 4-0.

Joe Newton hit five goals as the U9s South beat Hertford Town 9-1. Jack Trehy, Adam Pringle, Harrison Arnold and Frankie Adio also scored.

Harry Smith scored the U9s North's only goal as they lost 4-1 to Hertford Town.

The U9s Orient beat Lemsford 3-0 thanks to goals from Dominic Knaggs, Brendan Warren and Henry Pike.

William Skinner, Thomas Liddelow and Stefan Martin scored for the U8s against Lemsford Pumas.

Rachel Sherlow was on target as the U17s Ladies beat Arlesey Town 1-0 and Abigail Kemball-Cook hit a hat-trick as the U16s beat Headstone Manor 5-1.

Player of the match Phoenix Hickman and Christina Freestone also scored.

Demi Harris netted a hat-trick as the U13s girls lost 6-3 to Biggleswade United.

Goals from Olivia Almond and Esme Stevens couldn't stop the U11s girls from losing 5-2 to Tottenham White.


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