St Albans City Youth FC

PUBLISHED: 09:49 02 May 2013 | UPDATED: 09:49 02 May 2013

Here we round up all the fixtures from St Albans City Youth FC.

U18 East played four matches, including a doubled-header. They lost the first game 3-0 but won the next three: 3-2 against Abbots Youth with goals from Matt Balser, Niall Lysaght and James Tully; and 4-0 and 6-0 against Northwood.

The scorers in both matches were Owain Page (four), Ben Gull (two), Matt Balser (two), Dan Smith and MOM Kyle Parker. James Tully was MOM in the second game.

Shaquille Jones (two), Jack Pugh, George Calverley and Thomas Sprattling scored as U18 South beat Chorleywood Lions 5-2.

U16 North beat Harvesters 2-0 with goals from Gus Scott and Shay Emerton.

Bradley Kelly-Keener scored for U16 East in a 2-1 loss against league champions AEK. MOM was Kieran Thorne.

Alex Howard scored twice as U15 North beat Alexandra Park 2-1.

U15 West lost 4-1 in the Challenge Cup semi-final against Garston Boys. Joe Lowthian scored and Jack Gentle was MOM.

U15 Boreal and Oxhey drew 2-2. George Beaumont and Sian Khan-Boylan netted.

U14 West were crowned league champions, beating Aldenham 2-1. Kristan Demetriou and Jake Anthony scored and MOM was Harry Lewis.

U14 Orient lost 6-0 to Chorleywood. Tom Nicholson was MOM.

Billy Lawrence scored for U14 South in a 1-1 draw with Acorn Raiders. MOM was Finlay Auld.

U13 North and Omonia drew 0-0.

U13 South beat U13 East 5-3. South’s scorers were Ben Gosling (three), Harry Ross and Jared Walsh. Giuseppe Basile, Cain Joseph and MOM Alex Pert scored for East.

Matty Gallagher scored for U13 West in a 1-1 draw with Harpenden. James Neale was MOM.

Jack Fletcher’s hat-trick saw U12 South to a 6-2 win over Croxley Guild. Joe Newton (two) and Adam Pringle scored the other goals.

U12 West had two matches, beating Leverstock Green 3-2 with two goals from MOM Matthew Nash and losing 7-1 against Comet Sports. Tom Keating scored West’s consolation goal and Kwame Youri was MOM.

U11 North made it through to the final of the Senior League Cup with a 4-0 win over Hemel Aces. Ryan Orde (two), Billy Owen and Joe Curran scored. MOM was Thomas Geller.

Joseph Parrett scored for U11 South in a 2-1 loss against Harpenden. Denzil Ememandu was MOM.

U11 East lost 8-4 against Everett Rovers Red. Harry Peter (three) and Aaron Peter scored the goals. Ben Spencer was MOM.

U10 North beat Watton Youth 2-1 in the Purple Division Cup semi-final. Tom Griffiths and Marcus Cunningham scored whilst Kit Rainford was MOM.

Orson Campos scored U10 South’s only goal in a 1-1 draw with Hertford. MOM was Guy Butterworth.

U10 East beat Berkhamsted Raiders 3-0 thanks to goals from Aidan Walsh (two) and Glenn Saunders. Goalkeeper William Bennett was MOM.

U10 West scored seven to beat Elite Feet Southgate. The scorers were Joe Cussans (three), Charlie Stewart (two), Luke Hill and Josh Penning.

MOM John McVeigh, Dan Bayliss and Jack Kelly scored for U10 Central in a 3-1 win against Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks.

U10 Orient won 7-1 against Wheathampstead. Ollie Smith (two), Daniel Sands (two) MOM Patrick Brown (two) and Kieran Cooke scored.

U9 North lost 2-1 to Park Street. MOM Ryan Corcoran scored for North.

U9 South won the West Herts league title with a 1-0 win over Kings Langley Gladiators. Joseph Stone scored the goal and MOM was Alex Lawlor.

Ed McJannet’s brace saw U9 West to a 2-0 win over St Margaretsbury. MOM was Jonathan Lee.

U9 Central beat Hurst Drive 6-0. Ben Wick (two), Thomas Coulling, Daragh Gallagher, Benjamin Maher and Adam Guilder scored the goals.

U9 East beat Bury Rangers 2-0 thanks to superb goals from Finlay Killner and Tom Merritt. MOM was Harry Jenkins.

St Albans City Youth FC – Girls

U14 lost 9-1 to league champions Harvesters. Katherine Hatton scored the goal. The girls rebounded to beat ZFC Zelos 3-0 in a friendly. Hatton (two) and Emily Schofield netted.

Olivia Banks scored for U10 in a 2-1 loss against Royston. Sian Watson was POM.


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