Phenomenal success for London Colney Colts U12 Red who claimed four trophies this year

PUBLISHED: 12:37 17 May 2018 | UPDATED: 12:39 17 May 2018

Alexei Rojas, Jacob Cherrett-Yaku, Jed Ejjayha, Bradley Roberts, Rio Cardines, Alfie-Nico Diaconu, Bradley Smith, Sebastian Ferdinand, Omari Benjamin, Sam Ejjayha, Antonio Jackson-Ruiz, Kameron Lall and Albion Begaj make up the London Colney Colts U12 Red side who won the quadruple.

Alexei Rojas, Jacob Cherrett-Yaku, Jed Ejjayha, Bradley Roberts, Rio Cardines, Alfie-Nico Diaconu, Bradley Smith, Sebastian Ferdinand, Omari Benjamin, Sam Ejjayha, Antonio Jackson-Ruiz, Kameron Lall and Albion Begaj make up the London Colney Colts U12 Red side who won the quadruple.

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London Colney Colts U12 Red have had a truly phenomenal season securing four trophies.

Alexei Rojas, Jacob Cherrett-Yaku, Jed Ejjayha, Bradley Roberts, Rio Cardines, Alfie-Nico Diaconu, Bradley Smith, Sebastian Ferdinand, Omari Benjamin, Sam Ejjayha, Antonio Jackson-Ruiz, Kameron Lall and Albion Begaj make up the London Colney Colts U12 Red side who won the quadruple.Alexei Rojas, Jacob Cherrett-Yaku, Jed Ejjayha, Bradley Roberts, Rio Cardines, Alfie-Nico Diaconu, Bradley Smith, Sebastian Ferdinand, Omari Benjamin, Sam Ejjayha, Antonio Jackson-Ruiz, Kameron Lall and Albion Begaj make up the London Colney Colts U12 Red side who won the quadruple.

In total they played 30 games across all competitions, scoring 162 goals and conceding just 15.

They started by claiming the Watford Friendly League Red Division title before beating Cheshunt Youth Blue 4-1 in the County Cup thanks to goals from Rio Cardines (two), Bradley Smith and Antonio Jackson-Ruiz.

Alfie-Nico Diaconu, Omari Benjamin and Cardines again secured a 3-0 success over Whetstone Wanderers Lions in the League Cup and two Benjamin goals meant they beat AC Finchley North in the WFL Challenge Cup.

A spokeswoman for the side said: “The management and coaching team of Paul Ferdinand, Lee Smith, Sid Ejjayha, Lawrence Yaku and Colin Cardines have done a terrific job coaching these boys, all of whom are testament that hard work and commitment pays off.”


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