London Colney Colts lose out

PUBLISHED: 12:22 10 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:24 06 May 2010

Goals from Yannick Saminaden and a brace from debutant Jack Davies were not enough for the Colts U15s as they lost 5-3 away to Panathinaikos Green despite some excellent defending from the other debutant and Man of the Match Joe Kenneford. Colts U14s foug

Goals from Yannick Saminaden and a brace from debutant Jack Davies were not enough for the Colts U15s as they lost 5-3 away to Panathinaikos Green despite some excellent defending from the other debutant and Man of the Match Joe Kenneford.

Colts U14s fought competitively in an even first half, going in 0-0 at the break.

During the second period Evergreen made the home advantage count and scored the only goal of the game with ten minutes to go. Man of the Match went to Colts' new signing Nathan Greaves, who worked tirelessly in midfield.

Despite only having 10 players, Colts U12s competed equally as hard as their opponents, Gadeside Red. Trailing at half time to a breakaway goal, Colts pressed for an equaliser but went further behind late on. Ben Smalley scored with the last kick of the game as Colts fell to a 2-1 away defeat. Sam Naief was named Man of the Match.

Colts U11s got their new season off to a winning start with a 2-1 victory over Harvesters in the League Cup.

Colts led 2-0 through Eden Clements-Killen and Ryan Sutherland, and were unfortunate to concede an own goal.

Man of the Match was defender Ashween Coorjee.

Colts U10s won 4-2 away to Bushey Eagles.

An own goal gave them an initial 1-0 lead, and Allessandro Fardella, Conor McCallion and Danny Diviney each added a further strike to their tally.

It was a strong team performance and Man of the Match was awarded to Danny Diviney.


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