Draw for Under 18s
PUBLISHED: 12:23 22 May 2008 | UPDATED: 13:18 06 May 2010
St Albans City Youth BEN Goodyear and James McFarlane scored as the Under 18s North drew 2-2 with Abbots Wood Youth. Goodyear, McFarlane and Kyle Maundrell each played well.
St Albans City Youth
BEN Goodyear and James McFarlane scored as the Under 18s North drew 2-2 with Abbots Wood Youth. Goodyear, McFarlane and Kyle Maundrell each played well.
Goals from Josh Farmer, Will Harding, Conor McGowan, Joe Deacey and Callum Maginnis sealed a fine 5-2 win for the Under 12s East away to Comets. Alex Smaldone had a fine game.
The Under 11s North lost 4-1 to Wood Rangers in the Spring Cup final. Siam Brune-Franklin scored the only goal for the North and defender Conor Yapp was named Man of the Match.
In the League Cup Final, the Under 11s South were beaten 2-1 by Whetstone Wanderers Pumas. The lively Sofian Alokalt scored for Saints. The South then responded with a 2-0 win against Hemel Athletic. Alex Gilbert netted the opener and then set up Gus Scott to seal the win with the second goal. Left midfielder Alex Port was named Man of the Match.
Goals from Myles Shahidi and Ellis Allan secured a 2-2 draw for the Under 10s West away to Comets Yellow. The West then played Acorn Raiders and won 1-0 to finish joint top of the league and earn a play off. Stuart Peet scored the goal and goalkeeper Sam Cornmell was named Man of the Match. In the play off for the title, the West were beaten 3-0 by Harpenden Colts. Ryan Clark had a fine game for the West.
The Under 10s South defeated Kings Langley away 5-0 with Callum Clifford scoring a superb hat trick. George Duncan and Nathan Dimmock also netted. Striker Conor Sweeney was named Man of the Match after setting up two of the goals.
In a top-of-the-table clash, the Under 9s West hosted Hemel Aces and although they needed a point to win the league, the West went down 1-0 and had to settle for second spot. Man of the Match Harry Hawks had a fine game and the West are still able to celebrate promotion for next term.
The Under 9s East played in the Chorleywood Six-a-Side tournament and hit form to win their group with three wins and one draw. They kicked off with a 1-0 win against Harrow St Marys and went on to beat Rickmansworth 2-0 and Chorleywood Wolves 4-0. Jake Anthony scored five goals and Bryn Williams and Player of the Tournament Thomas Goldstone also netted. The draw was 0-0 with Harpenden Colts. In the quarter final, Bryn Williams scored to sink London Colney 1-0 but in the semi final, the East lost out 2-0 to Chalfont Saints.
The Under 15s Girls finished their season in style as Lucy Hancock fired in a fine hat trick to put the seal on a 5-1 away win at Hayes Gate. Lucy opened the scoring after Abigail Cameron had pounced on a poor clearance to set up the chance. Hayley 'Dynamo' Ladd added the second with a spectacular finish. Rose Chabvuka hit the post with a good effort before Hayes Gate pulled a goal back. In the second half Lucy Hancock raced clear to tuck the ball home and then completed her hat trick following good work from Hayley Ladd and Abigail Cameron. The fifth and final goal was scored by Abigail Cameron from 12 yards after good work from Hayley Ladd.