Harvesters: U18 North fight back to earn a point

PUBLISHED: 13:55 17 March 2015 | UPDATED: 11:55 26 March 2015

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U18 North came back from two goals down to earn a draw with Chorleywood Athletic. Tom Lander and Tom Davison were on target while James Juster controlled the midfield to earn MOM.

Gabriel Connolly netted a brace and Kos Bojaj added a third to earn U18 East a 3-1 win over St Albans Rangers.

Benedict Baldwin’s free-kick could not save U15 South from losing 7-1 to Whetstone Wanderers.

The U15 girls beat Bury Rangers 2-1, with goals from Maya Yapp and POM Tilly Sutherland-Young.

The U14 Girls were beaten 2-0 by Tottenham Ladies.

Goals from Nathan Thornton, Edward Cleaver and Louis Di Carlo, plus and MOM performance from Jack Turner, saw U13 South beat Omonia Green 3-2.

In a hard-fought battle, U12 North beat Wormley Youth to reach the County Cup final, with two second half goals from Josh Forster and Benny Stacey.

U11 East lost 4-3 to Cassiobury Rangers in the league title deciding match. Flynn Cairns scored two and MOM Cameron Wilson one to ensure East finished second in the league and secure promotion.

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