Evans bags double to secure league crown

PUBLISHED: 11:06 19 May 2008 | UPDATED: 13:18 06 May 2010

The treble winners - Harvesters Under 15s North

The treble winners - Harvesters Under 15s North

Harvesters MAX Evans scored twice as the Under 15s North beat Northwood 2-0 to seal the Red Division title. After winning the Challenge Cup and the League Cup, the title victory made it a fine treble for the impressive squad.

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MAX Evans scored twice as the Under 15s North beat Northwood 2-0 to seal the Red Division title. After winning the Challenge Cup and the League Cup, the title victory made it a fine treble for the impressive squad.

Harvesters Under 15s North: Back Row Left to Right - Nigel Goodchild (Coach), Tom Kenneford, Charlie Robinson, Liam Griffin, George Feirstone, Sam Rose, Jack Wallace, Steve Colman, George Gordon, Max Evans, Steve Kenneford (Manager)

Front Row Left to Right - Kyle Duncan- Johnson, Steve Orchard, Dan Loveday, Tom Goodchild, Ben Merson, Charlie Hunter.

The Under 12s Girls came up against Harpenden twice in the League over the weekend and made amends for their County Cup Final defeat against them last week by winning 8-0 on Saturday and 5-2 on Sunday. Scorers in the games were Ellie Bergin (three), Vicky Gray (three), Megan Cockhill (two), Kerry Newman (two), Zoe Darnell, Georgia Coakley and Georga Knight grabbing singles. Rosie O'Regan picked up the Player of the Match in the Saturday game and Kerry Newman was Player of the Match in the Sunday game.

Ryan Hyslop, Jack Nevin and Chris Griffin all scored as the Under 12s North beat Aldenham Juniors 3-2 to finish their league season in style. Oscar Huglin was named Man of the Match.


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