U9s go goal crazy
PUBLISHED: 09:31 12 November 2009 | UPDATED: 14:39 06 May 2010
St Albans City Youth: BOBBY Armstrong netted twice to help the U18s South come back from 2-0 down at Southgate only for the home side to net three more goals to run out 5-2 winners. Carl Biggs scored for the U18s West as they lost 2-1 to Harpenden Hawks a
St Albans City Youth: BOBBY Armstrong netted twice to help the U18s South come back from 2-0 down at Southgate only for the home side to net three more goals to run out 5-2 winners.
Carl Biggs scored for the U18s West as they lost 2-1 to Harpenden Hawks and the U18s North were left to rue missed chances as they lost out 10-1 to Hertford.
Dominic Oliver and Adam Luck netted in the U16s 2-1 win over London Maccabi Lions.
Oliver Marjoram's penalty was little more than a consolation as the U15s West lost 5-1 to Stevenage Borough Youth.
The U14s North hit four second half goals to win 5-2 against Northwood with Sam Bignell (two), Daniel Casotti, Jay Cains and Bernard Otoo on target.
A goal apiece from Connor McGowan and Louie Attard gave the U14s East a 2-0 win at Belmont United.
Gus Scott scored the U13s North's only goal as they lost 5-1 to Harpenden Colts.
The U13s East lost 7-3 to Hemel Hawks with Anthony Gosling (two) and Jamie Moroney netting the goals.
Toby Parker netted his fourth hat trick of the season as the U12s North beat Garston Boys 4-3. Josh Bean grabbed the other goal.
Sian Khan-Boylan and Keni Akutu scored in the U12s Boreal's win over Chipperfield Corinthians.
Edward Anders scored a hat trick in extra time to fire the U12s Warriors to a 5-2 win over Bury Rangers. Samuel Waters-Rathjen and Theo Maher scored in normal time as the game ended 2-2.
Alistair Charlesworth's first goal for the club couldn't stop the U12s East losing 2-1 against Ware Youth.
James Merritt was on target as the U12s South drew with Chorleywood while the U12s West were beaten 7-1 by Kings Langley Knights with Oliver Shepherd scoring their goal.
Josh Emmins hit four goals in the U11s West's 7-0 win over Garston Boys. Harry Deacon, Harry Lewis and Harry Hawkes also netted.
Jake Anthony bagged a hat trick as the U11s East's 4-2 win over Rickmansworth Rockets. Billy Rintoul added the fourth.
The U11s South took on the U11s North in a League Cup tie with the South running out 3-2 winners. Luke Winks, Billy Lawrence and Oliver Astley got South's goals with Luke Houghton and Ben Merritt replying for the North.
Goals from Kyle Sawyer and Harry Hussain helped the U11s Orient to a 2-0 win over Harpenden Colts Cobras.
David Etheridge scored a goal in each half as the U10s North beat Harvesters 2-0 while two goals each from Alex Cox and Taylor Fennell gave the U10s East a 4-1 win over Kings Langley Panthers.
The U10s West lost 5-0 away at Herons and the U10s South went down 1-0 to Croxley Guild.
The U9s Orient went goal crazy hitting 14 goals without reply in their game against Bury Rangers Stripes. Dan Ashenhurst lead the way with six goals with the others coming from Dominic Knaggs (three), Aaron Cowley (two), Lee Axworthy, Brendan Warren and Ben Muckleson.
Another team who hit 14 unanswered goals were the U9s South who beat Cuffley. Joe Newton, Harrison Doyle, Joe Lake, Frankie Adio, Jack Trehy and Ibrahim Rahman all grabbed doubles with Harrison Arnold and Jack Fletcher completing the rout.
The U9s North went down 3-2 to John Warner with Harry Floyd and Harry Shepherd on target.
Joe Curran, Finn Murphy and Billy Owen all scored for the U8s North in their game with Hemel Aces.
Adam Johnson scored twice for U8s West as they played two games against Wodson Park while there were goals for Ted Fiztgerald-Smith and Louis Glenister in the U8s South's game with Tring Tornados. Hendrik Brockenhauer was named Man of the Match.
The U18s Girls continued their good form in the Beds & Herts League with a 4-1 win over Watton Ladies. Alannah Connolly, Izzy List, Emma Rollings and Claudia Hutton grabbed the goals.
The U11s Girls were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Tottenham B despite enjoying the majority of the possession. Molly Rogan grabbed the Saints' goal.
The U10s Girls lost 4-2 to Hitchin despite playing some great football. Nicola Gosling grabbed both goals.
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