Harpenden Colts: Eagles book County Cup final spot

PUBLISHED: 09:42 17 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:42 17 March 2014

Harpenden Colts U11 Eagles will play for the County Cup on May 4.

Harpenden Colts U11 Eagles will play for the County Cup on May 4.

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U11 Eagles won their County Cup semi-final against Harvesters to book a place in the finals on May 4.

Goals from Josh Codling and Noah Goodhind saw Eagles to a 2-0 win. MOM was Callum Le’ake

U10 Tigers had a 4-3 win at Bengeo Tigers Siberians with Oliver Murat, Alex Moffat, Daniel Bentham and Charlie Culank on the scoresheet.

U10 Jaguars continued their winning run with a 2-1 win over Ware Youth Blues. Both goals were from Oliver Connolly and MOM was Thomas Martin.

U10 Lions drew 1-1 with Risden Wood. Ronnie Andrews scored and MOM was Bobbie London.

In the ORC Green Divisional Cup, U10 Leopards booked their place in the semi-finals with a penalty-shootout win against Bengeo Tigers Bengals. Raffy Platt and Stanley Scott scored as the game ended 2-2 after extra-time. MOM wasTom Sarrau.

U11 Tornadoes beat Chipperfield 1-0. MOM Finlay Chapman scored the goal.

U16 Warriors beat Potters Bar United 3-1 with goals from Ben Hole, Nathan Delguardio and Josh Ferguson. MOM was Jaydon Gill.

U17 Albion beat Hurst Drive U18 1-0 in the Mid Herts Rural Minors League U18 Division Two cup. A late penalty, taken by Sam Ivens, sealed the victory for Colts. MOM was Nick Start.

U17 Rovers won 5-4 on penalties against Hatfield Social to reach the semi-final of the MHRML U18 league Cup. The scorers during normal time were Josh King (two) and James McCulloch. Tom Marino was MOM.


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