Ferdinand nets hat-trick as Potters Bar pulverised

PUBLISHED: 18:18 24 February 2010 | UPDATED: 14:56 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: THE U18s South came from 2-0 down to hold Abbots Youth to a 2-2 draw thanks to a brace from Bobby Armstrong. Goals from Tom Weaver and Cameron Baxendine weren t enough for the U18s West who lost 3-2 to Hertford. Dan Loveday was the

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: THE U18s South came from 2-0 down to hold Abbots Youth to a 2-2 draw thanks to a brace from Bobby Armstrong.

Goals from Tom Weaver and Cameron Baxendine weren't enough for the U18s West who lost 3-2 to Hertford.

Dan Loveday was the U18s East's best player in their 4-0 defeat to Southgate.

New boy Freddie Dinnes scored four as the U15s East beat Potters Bar United 8-0. Matt Springall (two), Dan Smith and Nathan Watkins completed the rout.

Adriano Gil bagged a hat-trick as the U15s West came from 3-0 down to defeat Echoes Orange 6-4. Liam Magwood, Malik Marland and Elliott Archer also netted.

Luke Ferdinand helped himself to a hat-trick as the U14s North went goal crazy beating Potters Bar 15-0. Denzil Addo, Jay Caines, Robbie Graham and Thoufiq Ahmed both scored twice, with Maxwell Andrew, Craig McConnell, Jacob Noonan and Jamie Renfrew wrapping up the scoring.

The U13s East upset the form guide sending league leaders Hemel Town Youth to their first defeat of the season. Anthony Gosling got both goals in the 2-1 win with Chris Ladyman named Man of the Match.

Three second half goals condemned the U13s North to a 5-2 defeat at Whetstone with Gus Scott and Shay Emerton getting the goals.

Alex Howard scored a late winner for the U12s East as they won 3-2 against Cuffley Youth. Ben Smith and Newman Hakim got the other goals.

Man of the Match Keni Akutu, Sian Khan-Boylan and Tom Mathieson all scored two goals as the U12s Boreal beat Comets White 8-2. Shay Ralph and Andrew Hewitt also scored.

Nathan Gibbins scored a consolation as the U12s North lost 3-1 to Harpenden Colts with Sam Forsythe named Man of the Match for the U12s Warriors in their 2-0 lose to Ware Youth Clarets.

The U11s South took the bragging rights in their game with the U11s North winning 7-3. Yannick King (two), Luke Winks (two), Billy Lawrence, Ryan Ladyman and Tom Goldstone got the goals for the South with all three of North's goals courtesy of Amir Stapleton.

The U11s West were pegged back twice as they drew 3-3 with Chorleywood. Josh Emmins got two and Robbie Pennthomas the other.

Jake Anthony's brace and goals from Bryn Williams and Linden Gabriel gave the U11s East a 4-3 win over Nascot Wood.

Youness Bakhti scored the only goal as the U10s North beat Cheshunt Youth 1-0 and Jim Nicholson's goal gave the U10s West a 1-0 win over Rickmansworth.

Alex Cox and George Batten's goals gave the U10s East a 2-0 win at Harpenden Colts Raiders.

Ben Gosling got both goals as the U10s South beat Belmont United 2-1 in the Spring Cup.

The U9s Orient came out on top in their game with the U9s North, winning 3-0 courtesy of goals from Henry Pyke (two) and Dominic Knaggs.

Goals from Matthew Nash, Cameron Clark and Samuel Leto gave the U9s West a 3-1 win over Ware Lions.

Molly Slade, on her return from a broken toe, scored the U18s Girls only goal as they lost 4-1 to QPR in a friendly though it proved a worthwhile exercise for the girls who hadn't played for a number of weeks.

The U16s Girls came from behind to beat Hoddesdon Owls 4-1 thanks to goals from Sammy May (direct from a corner), two from Christina Freestone and one from Abigail Kemball-Cook.

Freestone also scored two goals as the U16s lost 3-2 to Harvesters the previous week.

Emma Sullivan and Demi Harris scored as the U13s Girls lost 5-2 at Islington.

Although the U11s Girls had most of the play they couldn't break through Denham United's defence having to settle for a 0-0 draw. Player of the Match was Olivia Almond.


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