St Albans City Youth: U15 North win cup tie 9-1
PUBLISHED: 16:42 11 November 2013 | UPDATED: 16:42 11 November 2013
U18 West lost 6-2 against Harvesters in the League Cup. Kieran Irons and Jack Collard netted the goals.
U16 West won 10-0 against Cassiobury. The goalscorers were: Josh Bean (three), Samual Waters-Rathjen (two), MOM Max Bull (two), Lewis Cutmore, Taylor Finnigan and Sam Reynolds.
U16 Boreal went out of the Challenge Cup with an 11-1 loss to Ashton Clinton. Sian Khan-Boylan scored the consolation goal and MOM was Numan Hakim.
U15 North beat Watford YS 9-1 in the Challenge Cup. On the scoresheet were MOM Morgan Trotman (two), Charlie Bennett (two), Shiloh Wallace (two), Jacob Bockenhauer, Jacob Grisenthwaite and Amir Stapleton.
U15 South suffered an 13-0 defeat in the Challenge Cup. MOM was Callum Jackson.
U15 West lost 1-0 to Harvesters. MOM was Joe Wretham.
U15 Orient lost 6-0 to Chorleywood with goalkeeper Freddie Bennett named MOM.
David Andrews scored a consolation in U15 East’s 11-1 lost to Harpenden Colts in the Challenge Cup. Ed Hollis was MOM/
U14 North progressed in the Challenge Cup with an 8-0 win over Harvesters. James McCallum (four) led the scoring, followed by Billy Cresswell (two), Will Sharp and Youness Bakhti.
U14 West beat Comet Lions 5-1 thanks to goals from Gianpaulo Manzi (two), Jacob Pearlman, Yassin Abdelkhafi and MOM Khaled Uddin.
U14 South lost 9-1 to Panathinaikos. Adam Skinner scored South’s goal. Ronan Marie Moutou was MOM.
Harpenden Colts beat U14 Orient 3-1 in the League Cup. Adam Ransley scored for Orient and MOM was William Daly.
Harry Smith scored four as U13 North beat Welwyn Pegasus 5-2. Cameron Clark also scored and MOM was Dominic Dee.
U13 South drew 2-2 with West Herts. Joe Newton and Tom Kellard scored the goals, both set up by Dan Ashenhurst.
U13 Orient beat Austin Arrowheads 19-0 in the County Cup. MOM Finbar King scored six. The other goals came from Callum Noonan (four), Toby Byron (two), Luke Beckworth (two), Louie Collier (two), Ibrahim Rahman, Luke Gymer and Joseph Pontes.
U13 East lost 14-1 against Gosford Oaks. Afsar Chowdery netted East’s goal and MOM was Alex Gates
U12 West lost 3-2 against league leaders Watford in the Divisional Cup. Stefan Martin and Adam Johnson scored while Kishan Dhivar was named MOM.
Despite a hat-trick from Marcus Cunnington, U11 North lost 7-4 to Welwyn Pegasus. Thomas Cooper scored the fourth goal.
U11 South lost 4-3 to Hormead Hares after extra-time in the County Cup. Cilian Webb scored all three goals. MOM was Tom Dodd.
U11 Central went down 4-1 against Bury Town. Tom McVeigh was on target for Central while MOM went to goalkeeper Joe Moss.
MOM Muba Kiomone scored all of U11 East’s goals in a 4-2 win over Abbots Langley.
U10 East Blues and U10 East Yellows drew 5-5. The goalscorers for Blue were Tom Merritt (three), Thomas Simon and Alessandro Di Trolio, whilst for Yellow the goals came from Orlando Cummins (two), Joe Stone, Charlie Battle and Dan Gant.
U9 North beat Elite Feet 7-1 while goals from Harrison Shaw (two), Billy Todd (two), Charlie McDonald, Ben Freestone and Finlay Eames-Illingworth.
U9 South drew 3-3 with Potters Bar. Mackenzie Gibson (two) and Bayley Bacon scored while MOM was Charlie Johnson.
U8 Victoria’s goalscorers were Zak Davies and Freddie Roe while MOM was Martin Flore.
U8 East’s goalscorers against St Margaretsbury were Liam Lavin (two), Jenson Dean (two), Joe McLeod (two), Charlie Brunt, Joel Whitworth and Harry Stone.
Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola and Joshua Addo both scored four against Pro Touch. Also on target were: Bradley Smith (two), Naguib Mazari (two) and MOM Alexis Awonuga.
St Albans City Youth – Girls
U14 South lost to Watford Ladies Hornets, Abbie Smith was POM.
U13 South won 4-1 against Bedwell Rangers. Jade Parker, Hannah Coote and Katie Hennessy (two) scored the goals.
U13 North lost 9-0 to Evergreen. Ollie Crisp was POM.
Charlotte Gurney netted in the U11 girls 2-1 loss to Berkhamsted. POM was Madeleine Hanson.
The U10 girls lost 1-0 to Borehamwood.
U9 Girls goalscorers were: Kiera Ward (two) and Tatyana Barton (two).
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