Harris goal settles clash of Harpenden sides

PUBLISHED: 11:22 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 May 2010

THE game between the two Harpenden Colts teams, the Leopards and the Vultures, was settled by Adam Harris far post header for the Vultures. Dan Bradley and Jake Collins both scored twice at the U13s Rovers beat John Warner Reds 8-1 in the League Cup. J

THE game between the two Harpenden Colts teams, the Leopards and the Vultures, was settled by Adam Harris' far post header for the Vultures.

Dan Bradley and Jake Collins both scored twice at the U13s Rovers beat John Warner Reds 8-1 in the League Cup. Josh King, Will Chisholm, Jamie Jones and Sam Goh also scored.

Harvesters U15s South lost 6-0 in the Challenge Cup to AC Finchley South in a game which was spoilt by a serious injury to Nick Hill. The team would like to wish Nick a speedy recovery.

Alex Kirsch (two) and Chris Hoad were on target as the U14s South lost 5-3 to Borehamwood Youth while the U12s North's poor run continued with a 6-1 defeat at Hadley, Sam Gisby scoring North's goal.

The U11s South drew 3-3 with Sun Postal Sports, Sean Cosgrave, Sean Walsh and Euan Watley grabbing the goals.

John Nott, Tom Goodall and Nathan Davies were all on target in the U11s North's while the U10s East lost 4-0 to Bushey Youth.

The U9s North won 3-2 at Sun Postal Yellow thanks to a strike from Alexander Banathy and two from Ross Weaver.

Finbar King netted four goals in the U9s East's 6-1 win over St Albans Rangers with Harry Sprowson and Joseph Pontes also on target.

Rebecca McShane scored for the U10s Girls but they couldn't overhaul QPR's two goal lead.

Ellie Bergin gave the U14s Girls the lead in their game with QPR but they couldn't hold on going down 4-1.

Two goals from Jordan Donovan and one each from Tom Croughton and Akin Oyefusi gave the London Colney Colts U14s a 4-0 win over Potters Bar United.

The U13s had seven different scorers in their 10-3 thrashing of VP Knights with Sonny Disspain grabbing a brace.

Adam Hill and Ben Carman struck as the U12s beat Alexandra Park 2-1.

Two goals each from Eden Clements-Killen, Ryan Sutherland and Roberto Mirza helped the U11s beat London Road 7-4 with Lennie Counsel also scoring.

Goals from Dylan Rushton and Danny Diviney couldn't stop the U10s losing 4-2 at Belmont.

The U9s won 12-0 against Whetstone Pumas with Jervon Campbell (five), Jaidan Abraham (three), Bailey Calas (three) and Tom Grimshaw on target.

London Road Hatters lost their went down 4-3 at Chorleywood despite Matt Alderman' treble.

Park Street Village U16s beat local rivals Harvesters 6-2 in extra time in the League Cup. PSV's goals came from Alex Nicol, Jon Howarth (two), Richard Bew, George Martin and Nick Cunningham.

Callum Noonan (two) helped the U9s to a 4-1 win at Comets with Luke Gymer and Ollie Robertson also scoring.

St Albans Rangers One Eights lost 2-1 to Sun Postal with Dan Lovett scoring Rangers' goal.

The U18s were unlucky to draw 1-1 against Berkhamstead with Ben Patrickson scoring the equaliser for Rangers.

Owain Page was on target twice as the U15s beat Oakhill Tigers 5-1 in the league. Christy Moore, Freddy Dines and Ahbab.

The U14s side lost 2-1 to Oakhill Tigers with Stevie Kench netting the Rangers goal.

The U10s Reds hit seven against Borehamwood 2000 Tom Kerr netting a hat trick. Hayden Corley, Reece, Callum Dobbie and Sammy Parker were also on target.

The Wheathampstead Wanderers U14s Sharks went out of the league cup 5-2 to Ware Youth from the Premier Division. Phil Ewington and Matt Morrison were the Sharks goalscorers.

In a tight match the U12s Sharks won with a goal in the last eight minutes from Thomas Carter.

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