St Albans City Youth: U16 Orient beat Chorleywood

PUBLISHED: 16:11 09 March 2015 | UPDATED: 12:02 26 March 2015

MOM Oscar Hughes scored the only goal of the game as U16 Orient beat Chorleywood Panthers.

U18 East drew 2-2 at Northwood, with goals from MOM James Murray and Jake Lachau.

U18 North lost 2-0 to HMH Wildcats.

U16 East drew 3-3 with Abbots Youth thanks to goals from Joe Matthews, Craig Reece and MOM Nathan Wooster.

Goals from Dan Miles (two) and Cain Joseph, plus an MOM performance from Harvey Trounson, earned U15 East a 3-0 win over Whetstone Tigers in the Spring Cup.

U15 North hit Potters Bar for six, with goals from Owen Greenbank (two), Alfie Booth, Euan McDonald, Curtis Finch and Ollie Hann. Dan Newton was MOM.

U15 West beat Comet Cougars by the odd goal in seven. Matt Gallagher (two), Tom Kerr and Mete Johnson found the net.

U15 Orient were pegged back after Josh Ali’s opener in their 1-1 draw with Hemel Town Red.

Despite a hat-trick from Joe Newton and a goal from MOM Harrison Arnold, U13 South lost to Edmonton Town.

Hemel Town Red beat U14 West 6-0 in the Junior Cup.

U14 East beat Croxley Green 1-0 thanks to MOM Owen Smith’s goal.

U13 Central beat Alexandra Park in an eight-goal thriller. Nathan Hossen (two), nick Ralfe (two) and Reece Sandiford scored in the 5-3 victory.

Aaron Peter scored to give U13 East a 1-0 win at Harpenden Colts. MOM was Ben Spencer.

U13 West lost 5-0 to Aston Clinton.

Goals from Jamie Fontaine, Patrick Brown and Ollie Gilmour saw U12 Orient to a 3-0 win over Hemel Town. Daniel Breeze was MOM.

Ollie Merriden scored a consolation goal for U12 North in a 6-1 loss to Aston Clinton. MOM was Marcus Cunnington.

U11 North thrashed Watford Town Youth 7-1, with goals from Sam McKenna (two), Matthew Radelat, Jack Carmichael, Joe Flude, Josh Doyle and Ryan Corcoran. MOM was Charlie Parks.

In the quarter-final of the League Cup, U11 West lost 2-0 to St Margaretsbury.

U11 East Yellow lost 3-1 to Frontiers Youth. Henry Cox scored the goal.

U11 East Blue beat King George Vipers 5-0 thanks to goals from Daniel Gant (two), Sammy Gosine, Jack Jacobs and Finlay Evans.

U10 East won 3-1 against Bedwell Rangers in the quarter-final of the League Cup. The goals came from Ryan Ellis, Jamie Breen and Callum Maguire.

In the same competition, U10 South were beaten 5-3 by Broxbourne in their last-eight clash. Charlie Johnson scored all three goals.

U10 North lost 3-0 to Cheshunt Youth.

U9 North beat Bengeo Tigers 4-3, with goals from MOM Bradley Smith (two), Ashton Latter and Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola.

Jed Ejjayha (two) Sam Ejjayha, Charlie Easterby, Finlay Evans and Toby Joyce scored in U8 South’s 6-1 win over East Herts. MOM were Joyce and Joshua Stapleton.

U9 Victoria beat Bovingdon 2-1 thanks to goals from Cameron Wilson and Archie Hobbs.

Goals from Angus Tidwell and William Kennedy saw U9 Central beat Wodson Park Rangers 2-0. MOM was Charlie Wren.

U9 West beat Elite Feet Harpenden Harriers 4-0, with goals from Charlie Clark (two), Jonathan Harris and Archie Connolly. Ayman Mrabate was MOM.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

U15 South picked up four points in a double-header with Hormead Hares. They won the first game 3-1, with goals from Ellie Jenkins, Annie Smith and Rose McGahan, and drew the second 1-1. Jenkins scored in the second game. Nia Williams and McGahan were POM.

U14 North lost 5-0 to Garston Ladies. Jess Levy and Isobel Todd were joint POM.

POM Georgia McConechie scored twice in the U12 girls’ 3-0 win over Bishop’s Stortford. Jess Simpson netted the other goal.

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