St Albans City Youth: Gosling scores in his 200th game

PUBLISHED: 16:49 30 September 2014 | UPDATED: 10:12 02 October 2014

U18 East beat Letchworth 3-2 in the County Cup thanks to goals from Anthony Gosling, who was making his 200th appearance for the club, Edward Lawford and MOM Bradley Kelly-Keener. Goalkeeper Luke Fadrique saved a penalty.

Kieron Irons scored four as U18 North beat Horemead 10-0 in the County Cup. Also on the scoresheet were Carmine Chase (two), Saul Beels, Matt Cross, Ollie Innes and Jack Kellard.

U18 West also progressed in the County Cup after a 3-2 win over Kimpton. Josh Bean (two) and Yaku Stapleton scored. MOM was goalkeeper Sam Cormell.

In the Legaue Cup, U18 Boreal lost 7-1 to Northwood. Tawanda Manenji scored the goal.

Under 16

U16 South lost 1-0 to St Albans Rangers. MOM was Jimmy Foster.

U16 North are out of the Challenge Cup after going down 2-1 at Nascot Wood. City’s goal came from Charlie Bennett while MOM was Charlie Lunniss.

U16 West were also beaten in the Challenge Cup, losing 3-1 to Whetstone. MOM was Billy Lawrence.

U16 Orient ran out 6-2 winners against Abbots Youth with goals from Owen Ladbrook (three), Oscar Rutherford-Hughes, Zac Moore and Stephen Heather. MOM was Shaun Knighton.

U16 East won 2-0 at Nascot Wood with Connor Moore scoring both goals. Nathan Wooster was MOM.

Under 15

U15 East won 9-1 against Bushey in the Challenge Cup. The scorers were: Dan Miles (three), Tom Brown (two), MOM Luke Gibbins, Ollie Barnett, Jake Penny and Ollie Pawlaczek.

U15 North beat Hadley Wood & Wingate 2-1 victory. Curtis Finch scored both goals.

U15 West romped to the next round of the Challenge Cup after a 5-0 win over Sun Postal. The goals were scored by Tom Kerr (two), Sam Lawrence, Khaled Uddin and Gianpaulo Manzi.

U15 Orient lost 5-0 at home to Bovingdon in the Challenge Cup.

Under 14

Dominic Dee and Harry Smith ensured U14 North safe passage in the Challenge Cup in a 2-1 win over Hadley Rangers,

Finbar King scored a brace and Freddie Wilkinson added a single in U14 Orient’s 3-0 win over London Maccabi Lions White. They then drew 2-2 with Sun Postal as King netted another two goals before losing 2-0 to Abbots Youth.

The Under 14’s Orient went down 2-0 away to Abbots Youth.

U14 West won 10-4 at home against Harpenden Tigers. Kai Takahashi led the scoring with four, followed by Matthew Nash (three), Ross Andrews (two) and MOM Tom Keating.

Under 13

U13 North won 6-0 at home to Everett Rovers thanks to goals from Dan Banerjee, James Lawrence, Jarvis Wilkins, Ryan Orde (two) and Chris Roe. MOM was Joe Williams.

U13 Central won 12-0 against Muswell Hill in the Challenge Cup. The scorers were: Nathen Hossen (two), Max Hodgson (two), Josiah Barker (two), Fletcher Hedge, Lucas King, Fletcher Hedge, Reece Sandiford, Andrew Rogers, Josh Dooley and Josh Davey.

U13 West drew 5-5 with Berkhamsted with goals from Adam Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Will Skinner and Ezra Hattersley.

U13 East went down 3-1 at Aston Clinton Colts. Swailey Smith scored and MOM was Asher Stevens.

U13 Orient won 3-2 against Evergreen Juniors. The goals came from Alex Sharkey, Kai Hobbs and Joe Butler.

Under 12

U12 North won 7-0 at home to Tring thanks to goals from Myles Donkin (three), Thomas Cooper (two), Tom Griffiths and Harvey Connor.

U12 South ran out 5-1 winners against Potters Bar Crusaders in the League Cup. Cillian Webb and MOM Ollie Seeby scored two each and Louis Baker-Madec added a single.

U12 Central lost 2-0 to Watford Youth Sports Red. Keeper Joe Moss was MOM.

U12 East won 5-1 against Alyth Belsize Red in the League Cup with goals from Josh Killick (three), Morgan Jones and an own goal.

U12 Orient won 4-0 at Croxley Green in the League thanks to goals from Sam Beasley (two), Daniel Breeze and James Fontaine. MOM was Ross Hermon.

Under 11

U11 West won 1-0 at home to Broomfield in the league with Joe Panesse scoring.

U11 North lost 8-2 to Chorleywood. Jack Carmichael and MOM Dan Curran scored.

U11 South won 5-1 at home to Sun Postal Blue thanks to goals from MOM Alex Lawlor (two), Samual Baker-Madec, George Sippetts and Danny Fowler.

U11 Central had a 4-1 victory at home over Welwyn Pegasus. Ben Shepherd, Max Tym, Massimo Iovane and Daragh Gallagher scored while MOM went to Wasim Boksh.

U11 East Blue lost 7-0 to Risden in their first game of the season.

Under 10

U10 West beat Panshanger 4-0 with goals from Ben Collison (two), Ben Cohen and Archie James. MOM was Fin Geoghegan.

U10 North lost 5-1 to Harlow. Joseph Beardon netted the consolation.

Under 9

U9 North won 4-3 against Wheathamstead Youth Sharks with goals from Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola (two), Edward Askam and Naguib Mazari.

U9 South recorded a 6-5 win over Welwyn Pegasus Royals. The goal scorers were Joseph George (three), Charlie Easteby (two) and Sam Ejjayjai. MOM was William Hougton.

U9 East beat Watton Youth 4-0 thanks to goals from Joe McLeod (three) and Liam Lavin.

Akere Ngu, Barnaby Chaudhry and MOM Ralf Dunning scored in U9 Central’s 3-0 win over Hurst Drive.

U9 West routed Paringdon Youth Tigers 11-0 with goals for Sam Miles (six), Cody Smith (four) and Archie Connolly. MOM was Leonard Brandon.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

U15 Girls North won 12-0 at home to Bishop’s Stortford. The goals were scored by Shauna Smith (three), Dani Tyler (two), POM Natasha Ellingham (two), Emily Schofield (two), Melissa Godino, Romy Kelleher and Alice Tello.

U15 Girls South won 5-0 away to Harpenden Colts with strikes from POM Abby Durrant (two), Abbie Smith (two) and Rosie McGhan.

Under 14

U14 Girls South lost 5-2 away to Hitchin Belles in their first league match of the season. Kira Close and Charlotte Banks scored the goals.


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