St Albans City Youth FC: U11 East rout Berkhamsted

PUBLISHED: 16:08 20 January 2014 | UPDATED: 16:08 20 January 2014

U15 Orient drew 2-2 with Chorleywood thanks to goals from Oscar Rutherford-Hughes and Matthew Pollard. Zac Moore was MOM.

Jake Anthony scored twice in U15 West’s 4-2 loss against Omonia.

U14 East fought back from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Maccabi Lions. Harvey Trounson and Dan Miles (two) completed the comeback. MOM was Giuseppe Basile.

U13 West exited the Junior Cup after losing to Oxhey 4-2 in the quarter-final. Matthew Nash and Kai Takahashi scored the goals. Kwame Youri was MOM.

U12 West drew 2-2 with Tring. Stefan Martin and Adam Johnson scored the goals.

U12 East went down 5-1 at Sun Postal. Swaley Smith netted the consolation goal. MOM was Sam Lailey.

U11 North lost 4-2 to Hoddesdon with goalkeeper Thomas Cooper earning MOM. The goals were scored by Freddie Collins and Dan Ludwig.

U11 Orient beat Bury Rangers 2-1 thanks to goals from James Fontaine and Patrick Brown. Isaac Hannon was MOM.

Tom McVeigh and Luis Moreno netted a brace each as U11 Central beat Barnet Azzuri 4-3. MOM was Matty Bleakley.

U11 East routed Berkhamsted 7-0. The goalscorers were Josh Killick (three), Nasir Zaman (two), Muba Kiomone and MOM Dylan Winfield.

U10 North beat Watford 2-0 with goals from Joe Flude and Jack Carmichael. MOM was Daniel Curran.

U10 East swept Elite Feet aside in a 4-0 win. Jack Jacobs (two), Tom Merritt and Fin Tetlow scored the goals.

Scoring for U8 Victoria were Zak Davies, Benji Stone and Freddie Roe (two).

St Albans City Youth – Girls

Emily Schofield grabbed a consolation goal U14 North lost heavily to Luton Town. POM went to Mary Leach and Evie Wilkinson.

The U12s beat St Albans Rangers 2-0 thanks to a brace from POM Katie Holder.


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