Makeshift striker Little scores four
PUBLISHED: 10:34 22 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: A GOAL in each half from Rory Suttie and Glen Hall gave the U18s South a 2-0 win at Baldock Town. A hat trick from Greg Springall plus a strike from Tom Weaver helped the U18s West beat Finchley Revolutions 4-0 while the U18s East lo
ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: A GOAL in each half from Rory Suttie and Glen Hall gave the U18s South a 2-0 win at Baldock Town.
A hat trick from Greg Springall plus a strike from Tom Weaver helped the U18s West beat Finchley Revolutions 4-0 while the U18s East lost 7-2 to Southgate with Yaseen Salem and Arron Robertson on target for the East.
Adam Jacobs' goal couldn't stop the U16s losing 2-1 to Alexandra Park while two goals from Malik Marland helped the U15s to a 3-3 draw at Hemel Town with Kobayne Wilson also on target.
The U15s East conceded two second half goals to lose 3-1 against Alexandra Park with Andrew Mayirou netting East's goal.
Defender John Little was used as a striker by the U14s East at Alexandra Park and he netted four goals to complete a 5-0 win with Louie Attard netting the first goal.
Sam Bignall, Bernard Otoo, Daniel Casotti and Man of the Match Calum Peet all netted in the U14s North's 4-0 win over Oakhill Tigers.
The U14s South lost 5-0 to AC Finchley in the County Cup with Gus Mallett named Man of the Match.
Gus Scott netted a hat trick as the U13s North beat Evergreen Juniors 5-1. Luke King and Shay Emerton also scored.
The U13s East had a weekend to forget as they lost out 5-0 to London Maccabi.
Newman Hakim hit two goals in the U12s East's 3-1 win over Hormead Black in the County Cup with Joe Weaver also netting.
Goals from Dan Metcalf and Keni Akutu helped the U12s Boreal edge out Harpenden Colts Phoenix 2-1.
Two goals from Ashley Rosson and strikes from Charlie Ward and Matthew McCallum gave the U12s South a 4-1 win over Harpenden.
The U11s North let their lead slip as they lost 4-2 to Nascot Wood in the Senior League Cup. Alex Beard and Will Mattin got the goals.
Two late goals condemned the U11s South to a 3-1 defeat at home to Boreham Wood Blue with Nick Grossi grabbing the South's goal.
Alex Cox netted four goals for the U10s East as they beat Wodson Youth 6-1. Harvey Trounson and Ollie Barnett completed the scoring.
The U10s South lost 1-0 to Letchworth GC Eagles with Connor Cassey named Man of the Match.
David Etheridge earned the U10s North a 1-1 draw with London Maccabi Lions while the U10s West lost out 6-0 against Watford Town Red.
Harry Shepherd scored twice as the U9s North lost 3-2 to Bury Rangers Red but they recovered the next day to beat Fairlands 5-3 in the County Cup. Harry Floyd grabbed a hat trick with Harry Shepherd and Harry Smith completing the win.
The U9s South also played two games beating Bury Rangers 5-0 in the first. There were two goals apiece for Frankie Adio and Joe Newton plus a single from Adam Pringle. In the next game they lost 3-1 to Finchley in the County Cup with Frankie Adio netting the goal.
Dan Ashenhurst netted a hat trick for the U9s Orient in their 4-0 win at Royston Town in the County Cup with Dominic Knaggs grabbing the other goal.
Man of the Match Joe Curran hit three goals for the U8s in their game with Hemel Youth while Ted Fitzgerald-Smith netted for the U8s South in their match with Chorleywood.
Christina Freestone scored twice for the U16s Girls in their 3-3 draw at Northwood with Faith Trounce also on target.
The U13s Girls lost out 5-2 to Islington Borough with Demi Harris and Louise Herren grabbing the goals for City.
Ellen Jones and Olivia Almond were on target for the U11s Girls as they beat Tottenham B 2-0.
Charlotte Banks grabbed a hat trick for the U9s Girls in their game against Knebworth and there were also goals for Grainne Kellet (two) and Katarina Lundrigen.
n The U11s North are looking for new players. Anybody who is interested should contact Ian Stapleton on 07949 180445.
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