St Albans City Youth: U15 North wrap up Red Division title

PUBLISHED: 13:10 17 February 2015 | UPDATED: 13:10 17 February 2015

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U18 East won 2-1 at Redwood Rangers, with goals from Callum Addison and Matthew Pearce. MOM was Stefano Munoz.

MOM Lewis Glasscoe scored twice, and Ed Anders got another, in U18 Warriors’ 3-3 draw with Finchley.

U16 South won 4-1 against Pinner thanks to goals from Isiah Manney (two), Jimmy Foster and Oliver Astley. MOM was Callum Jackson.

Lorenzo Federici, Shiloh Wallace, Charlie Bennett and Morgan Trotman scored in U16 North’s 4-0 win over AC Finchley. Jude Akajioyi was MOM.

U16 Orient beat club-mates U16 East 3-0, with goals for Oscar Hughes (two) and Harry Hussian. MOM for Orient was Elliot Mason and Ismail Aziz for East.

U15 North wrapped up the Red Division title without kicking a ball as rivals London Maccabi Lions lost.

Cain Joseph and Dan Miles scored hat-tricks in U15 East’s 8-2 win over Whetstone. The others goals came from Giuseppe Basile and Ewen Brand.

Andrew Bailey was MOM in U15 South’s 4-0 loss to Evergreen.

Gian Paulo Manzi scored all the goals as U15 West won 4-2 against Hemel Town Red.

Goals from Tom Barrett and Adam Russell couldn’t save U15 Orient from a 4-2 loss to Herons Orange.

Oliver Barnes scored and Harry Watts was MOM in U14 North’s 1-1 draw with AEK Gold.

Chorleywood needed extra-time to finally see off U14 South in the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup. Harrison Arnold and Finn Banks scored in the 3-2 loss. MOM was Max Bell.

U14 West lost 4-2 to Berkhamsted. Kai Takahaski and Ross Andrews scored while MOM was Joe Parkin.

U13 North lost by the odd goal in seven to Harpenden Colts. MOM Chris Rowe, Tom Carmichael and Billy Owen scored.

Max Hodgson scored four in U13 Central’s 5-3 success against AC Finchley. Fletcher Hedge scored the other goal.

Ed Johnson scored for U13 West in their 1-1 draw with Chorleywood. Adam Johnson was MOM.

U13 Orient won 10-0 at Chorleywood. The goalscorers were Harry Peter (five), Peter Rock, Kai Hobbs, Bly Wilding, Connor Blight and Nick Curtis. Goalkeeper Emanuel Abu Sayf was MOM.

Thomas McCaughin scored a consolation in the U12 North’s 8-1 loss to Chorleywood. MOM Was Marcus Cunnington.

U12 South drew 1-1 with Potters Bar. Will Baynham scored and Sammy Johnson was MOM.

MOM Matty Bleakley scored U12 Central’s only goal in a 3-1 loss to EB Lions.

U11 West are through to the final four in the County Cup after beating Cuffley Lions 4-2. MOM Joe Panesse and Jack Cullen scored two apiece.

U11 South are also through to the semi-finals after a 2-0 win over Hemel Town Red. George Sippetts and Sam Baker-Medec scored while MOM was goalkeeper Alex Laking-Jerez.

Jack Carmichael scored a hat-trick as U11 North beat Kings Langley 3-1.

U11 Central beat Panshanger 3-1, with goals from Ben Sheppard, Daragh Gallagher and MOM Max Tym.

Jack Raffo scored in U11 East Yellow’s 2-1 loss to Ware Youth.

Nico Mohan and Jack Jacobs saw U11 East Blue to victory over St Margaretsbury.

Kai Constable scored the only goal in U10 North’s win over Cheshunt.

Two late goals saw U10 South beat Elite Feet 4-3. The goals came from Nicholas Berman (two), Charlie Johnston and Ed Sanders.

Harpenden Colts lost 4-3 to U10 East, who had Eoin Flanagan (two) and Jamie Breen on the scoresheet.

Goals from Ben Cohen and Archie Davey saw U10 West earn a 2-2 draw against Potters Bar. Alex Garcia was MOM.

U9 West won 4-2 at Ware Rangers. Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola scored three and Josh Addo hit the fourth. MOM was Alexis Awonuga.

U9 South lost 3-2 to Wormley despite goals from Jed and Sam Ejjayha. Will Houghton was MOM.

Jensen Dean, (two), Harry Stone and Joel Whitworth were on target in U9 East’s 4-2 win over Welwyn.

Abbots Langley won 3-2 against U9 Victoria. Archie Hobbs and Cameron Wilson scored.

Angus Twidell scored for U9 Central in their 7-1 loss to Hertford. Max McAuliffe was MOM.

Sam Mills’ brace and Archie Connolly’s single saw U9 West past Lemsford. Alex Duffy was MOM.

U9 Orient won 3-1 against Harlow thanks to goals from Harley Jack, Luca Fiuco and MOM Arthur Merriden.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

U15 Girls South beat Watford Harts 4-0. Scoring the goals were POM Abby Smith (two), Rosie McGahan and Ellie Jenkins.

The U12 Girls romped to a 4-1 victory over Harpenden Girls. Katie Holder scored all the goals and POM went to Laura Guifford.

Charlotte Gurney (two), Olivia Banks, Bethany Curton and Susie Weidman scored in U11 North’s 5-2 win over U11 South, who had Jasmine Price and Grace Oldman on the scoresheet. POM for South was Lucy Schalkwyk.

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