Grisenthwaite nets four as U14s South put 13 past Tring

PUBLISHED: 09:37 11 February 2010 | UPDATED: 14:53 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: GLEN Hall, Toby Irish and Micky Doherty were on target as the U18s South beat Croxley Guild 3-2. Steven Orchard and Stefano Geraldes gave the U18s East a 2-1 win over Abbots Youth while the U18s West drew 4-4 with Everett Rovers than

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: GLEN Hall, Toby Irish and Micky Doherty were on target as the U18s South beat Croxley Guild 3-2.

Steven Orchard and Stefano Geraldes gave the U18s East a 2-1 win over Abbots Youth while the U18s West drew 4-4 with Everett Rovers thanks to goals from Tom Weaver (two), Carl Biggs and Greg Springall.

Despite Tom Pile giving the U18s North the lead they were unable to hang on losing 2-1 to Hertford.

Man of the Match Adam Luck and George Sanderson both scored twice in the U16s' 5-1 win over Edmonton Rangers with James Pellington grabbing the other goal.

Ben Blight scored as the U15s West lost 3-1 to Hammer Youth.

Despite being level at half time the U14s North ran riot in the second half to beat Aldenham 10-2. The goals came from Bernard Otoo (three), Jacob Noonan (three), Luke Ferdinand (two), Daniel Casotti and Danny O'Donovan.

Noah Grisenthwaite scored four goals in the U14s South's 13-1 win over Tring Tornadoes. Also on target were Jack Pugh (three), Niall Watts (two), Gus Mallett, Shaun Leaton, Flynn Goward and Man of the Match James Grayson.

Also helping himself to four goals was Alex Howard in the U12s East's 7-1 win over the U12s Warriors. Ben Smith, Kavi Bhatoo and Joe Weaver also scored with Max Sharpe scoring the Warriors' goal.

The U12s South edged out Kings Langley Knights 4-3 thanks to goals from Charlie Ward (two), James Merritt and Myles Shaidi.

The U12s Boreal came from 2-0 down to beat Kings Langley Dragons 8-2. Sian Khan-Boylan (two), Andrew Hewitt (two), Tom Matthieson, Tom Young, Jack Ypey and an own goal.

Oliver Shepherd was named Man of the Match as the U12s West lost 9-0 to Hemel Town Red in the Challenge Cup. Shepherd continued his good form with two goals as they bear Sun Postal.

Robbie Pennthomas plundered four goals as the U11s West beat Hemel Aces 11-1. Alfie Seeby (two), Finlay Long, Josh Emmins, Jake Beels, Harry Deacon and Jamie Fanning also got on the scoresheet.

A brace from Amir Stapleton and singles from Ben Merritt and Will Moroney gave the U11s North a 4-2 win over Berkhamsted Raiders White.

The U11s East's game with FC Comets was marred by a horrific double fracture sustained by Daniel Phipps after he had landed awkwardly. The team wish him well. Linden Gabriel and Ryan Lubbock netted but FC Comets won 3-2.

Goals from Ollie Barnett and George Batten helped the U10s East down Berkhamsted 2-1 but the opposition gained revenge with a 1-0 win their League Cup encounter.

Chris Hubbard grabbed an equaliser for the U10s South against Omonia White.

Aaron Weyman was Man of the Match for the U10s West as they lost 6-0 to Herons in the League. The U10s North beat Bushey Hawks 6-0.

Five goals from Harry Shepherd helped the U9s North to a 10-0 win over King George Vipers in the County Cup. Dominic Dee (three), Harry Floyd and Harry Smith completed the rout.

Two goals apiece from Dan Ashenhurst and Nathan Poulton helped the U9s Orient beat Wheathampstead 9-2. Also on target were Lee Axworthy, Ben Muckleston, Owen Field and Aaron Cowley.

Matthew Nash scored a hat-trick in the U9s West's 8-1 win over Gosling Youth. Samuel Leto (two), Jack Rose, Cameron Clark and Ross Andrews also scored.

Gerald Smith scored twice for the U8s South in their game with Hemel Youth while Jarvis Wilkins notched for the U8s North in their game with London Macabi Lions.

The U18s Girls turned in a below par performance going down 1-0 to Watton.

Despite taking a 2-0 lead thanks to a brace from Christina Freestone, the U16s Girls were held to a 2-2 draw by Headstone Manor.

The U13s Girls took local bragging rights with a 6-3 win over Harvesters courtesy of goals from Louise Herren (two), Lauren Dunbar (two), Demi Harris and Emma Sullivan.


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