St Albans City Youth FC round up

PUBLISHED: 09:27 26 September 2013 | UPDATED: 09:30 26 September 2013

Away to Evergreen Juniors in the League Cup saw U18 North come away with an excellent 7-2 victory with both Luke Ferdinand and Shaquille Jones scoring two goals apiece. However the star of the show must be Andrew Criticos, who came of the bench to score a great hat trick.

Away to Evergreen Juniors in the League Cup saw U18 North come away with an excellent 7-2 victory with both Luke Ferdinand and Shaquille Jones scoring two goals apiece. However the star of the show must be Andrew Criticos, who came of the bench to score a great hat trick.

Also playing in the League Cup were U18 East who finally lost 3-2 to Wheathampstead Wanderers after a very close match. Man of the match Bradley Kelly-Keener scored one goal for the East whilst Anthony Gosling scored the other.

The third U18 team were also playing in the League Cup, this time against Berkhamsted Raiders and the Saints won 2-1 with Robbie Tominey-Nevado scoring their first goal with a cracking left footed strike from a tight angle. The score at half time was 1-1 and with the clock ticking away up popped Alex White to score the winning goal with a close range effort.

After an exciting nine goal thriller, U16 Boreal eventually emerged victorious with a 5-4 home win over Evergreen Youth with joint man of the match Tawanda Manenji leading the way with two goals. The other goals were scored by Harvey Armstrong, Numan Hakin and Sian Khan-Boylan, Jordan Wonnacott was named man of the match.

At home in the County Cup, U15 South progressed to the next round after a 2-0 win over Cassiobury Panthers. Scoring the goals for the South were Billy Lawrence and man of the match Finlay Auld.

In a club derby match, U15 West took on the U15 East in the County Cup, a game which saw the West storm to a 14-0 victory. Scoring most of the goals was man of the match Harry Hawkes with five, and then came hat tricks for Harry Deacon and Jake Anthony. The other scorers were Harry Seabrook, Joe Wretham and Alex Desmond.

Away to Watford Town Youth in the County Cup were U15 Orient and at one stage they were leading 2-1 with a goals from man of the match Zac Moore and Owen Ladbrook. The score at half time was 2-2 but in the second half the Orient fell apart to lose the game 16-2.

At home to Aldenham Raiders, U14 South turned in a great display of passing football to win the game 7-1. Man of the match Ben Gosling led the way with a fantastic three goals; there were also singles from Jack Mooney, Omar Bounyafe, Ronan Marie Moutou and Franky Williams.

Away to Hadley Wood & Wingate Herons were U14 North who won 2-0 with a goal in each half, both of which were scored by James McCallum. The man of the match went to midfielder Liam Murphy.

U14 West beat Sandridge Rovers 6-2 in the first round of the Challenge Cup with the pacy right midfielder Sam Lawrence scoring a fine hat trick, which also made in man of the match. The other goals came from Khaled Uddin with two plus one from Matty Gallagher.

U13 South played Herons at home in the League Cup and by the final whistle Joe Newton had struck four goals to lead his team to a 11-0 victory. The other goals were scored by Tom Kellard (two), Fin Banks, Harrison Doyle, Jack Fletcher, Adam Pringle and Callum Hunter.

After their excellent win the week previous against the County Champions, U13 orient were brought back to earth with a bump when the firstly drew 1-1 against Harvesters North and then a 2-1 defeat away to AC Finchley. Louie Collier scored in the first game with a cracking strike; Ibrahim Rahman was named man of the match. In the second game Finbar King scored for the Orient.

U13 West finally came out on top in their match against Cassiobury Rangers with a 5-2 win. Ross Andrews led the goal scorers with a great hat-trick. The other goals came from Tom Keating and Matthew Small with Ollie Wakeling, who had an excellent game at left back, being named man of the match.

Playing away to Hemel Athletic, U13 East went down 7-2 with Callum Sweeney and Elliot Osborn scoring the goals for the East. Demetrius Johnson was named man of the match.

In a league fixture between U12 North and Berkhamsted Raiders Red there were plenty of goals with the North coming out on top 5-3. Scoring for the North were Billy Owen, Joe Williams, Tom Carmichael, Jarvis Wilkins and Finn Murphy. Utility player Thomas Geller was named man of the match.

U12 Orient played away to Kings Langley Ospreys and despite a dazzling hat trick from Louis McNamara the orient lost 5-4. The other goal was scored by the hard working man of the match Kai Hobbs.

U12 East also conceded five goals in their away match with Aston Clinton Colts, going down 5-2. The East’s goals were scored by Sazan Uddin and Harry Peter, Asher Stevens was named man of the match.

U11 North lost 7-0 to Bengo Tigers. MOM was Max Varney.

Louis Baker-Madec scored three as U11 South beat Brimsdown Rovers 6-3. Also amongst the goals were Cillian Webb (two) and Tom Dodd. MOM was Ollie Townsend.

U11 West lost 2-1 to Broxbourne Borough Royals. Luke Hill scored and Joe Cussans was MOM.

U11 Central lost 1-0 to Hurst Drive Youth. Matty Bleakley was MOM.

Killick and Aiden Walsh earned U11 East a 2-2 draw with Hemel Youth White. Emerson Smith was MOM.

U11 Orient drew 3-3 with Cuffley thanks to goals from Patrick Brown, Brendan Donegan and Daniel Breeze. Daniel Sands was named MOM.

U10 West are through to the next round of the County Cup after beating Bishop’s Stortford 7-3. Scoring the goals were Ed McJannet (three), Charlie Mumford, Luke Roberts, Jonathan Lee and Jack Cullen. Charlie Hayward was MOM.

Sam Baker Madec scored a hat-trick as U10 North beat Ashwell 9-0 in the County Cup. Jack Carmichael (two), Sam McKenna (two), Josh Doyle and Ryan Corcoran scored the other goas.

U10 South beat FC Comet Rangers 4-1 in the County Cup with goals from George Sippetts (two), Alex Lawlor and MOM Sam Hicks.

U10 Central lost by the odd goal in seven against Elite Feet. Zahid Nasser, Elliot Pate and Daragh Gallagher scored the goals.

In an U10 inter-club match, East Yellows drew 2-2 with East Blues. The scorers were Joe Stone, Nico Mohan, Tom Merritt and Jack Jacobs.

Harrison Shaw scored two goals for U9 North in a 3-1 win over Norseman. Alejandra Moreno scored the third goal.

U9 South had a 5-1 victory over Cuffley Cobras with MOM Charlie Johnson scoring two of the goals. Also netting were Mark Gibson, Luca Orton and Mitchell Banks.

Despite goals from George Wilson (two), Eoin Flanagan and Sam Bocamappi, U9 East went down 6-4 against Wormley Rovers.

Another Under 9’s team scoring a few goals were the East who scored four against Wormley Rovers, unfortunately Wormley hit back with six goals, both teams played some fine football. Scoring for the East were George Wilson 2, Eoin Flanagan and Sam Bocamappi.

Under 8’s

U8 North played a fun game against Bury Rangers Red. There were four Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola (four), Joshua Addo , Naguib Mazari and Edward Askam.

Jed Ellayha (three), MOM Sam Ellayha (two), Harry Cooke (two), Finley Evans, William Houghton and Joe Varney scored for U8 South in a fun game against Woodside Youth.

U8 East played a fun game against Potters Bar. The goalscorers were Liam Lavin, Joel Whitworth (two) and Jensen Dean.

MOM Freddie Roe scored three in U8 Victoria’s fun game with Croxley Guild Rangers. Other scorers were Oscar Bell (two) and Zack Davies.

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