Winks hits five for U11s South

PUBLISHED: 09:41 18 February 2010 | UPDATED: 14:53 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: THE U18s South suffered heartbreak as Leverstock Green scored in the dying minutes to win 5-4 in the Challenge Cup. South s goals came from Ryan Hearne, Harry Honeywood (two) and Glen Hall. Ryan Maher was named Man of the Match in th

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: THE U18s South suffered heartbreak as Leverstock Green scored in the dying minutes to win 5-4 in the Challenge Cup. South's goals came from Ryan Hearne, Harry Honeywood (two) and Glen Hall.

Ryan Maher was named Man of the Match in the U18s West's 0-0 draw with Berkhamsted Raiders with Louis McNamara taking the honours in the the U18s East's 5-0 defeat against Sun Postal Yellow.

Another team to lose heavily was the U18s North but it could have been different had Harry Gray's 25 yard free kick gone in.

Adriano Gill and Oliver Marjoram got the goals as the U15s West beat Whetstone Wanderers 2-1.

Daniel Casotti netted a cracking 30-yard free kick as the U14s North lost 6-1 to Bushey Rangers, a team from two divisions higher, in the Challenge Cup. Three late goals made the scoreline harsh on City with Luke Ferdinand named Man of the Match.

The U13s East lost 2-1 to Hemel Town Youth with Callum Glenister on target.

The U13s North squandered a 2-0 lead to be pegged back to 3-3 by Boreham Wood eventually losing 3-0 on penalties in the League Cup. Matt Cross and Conor Yapp (two) got the goals.

Alex Howard netted twice including a last minute eqauliser in the U12s East's 2-2 draw with Bengeo Tigers.

Sian Khan-Boylan scored a brace as the U12s Boreal beat Garston Boys 4-2. George Mudd and Man of the Match Will Spencer also scored.

Edward Anders scored a hat-trick but it wasn't enough for the U12s North as they lost 6-3 to S&B Rangers Yellows.

Two second half goals gave Chorleywood a 3-1 win over the U12s North with Toby Parker getting City's goal.

Luke Winks hit five goals as the U11s South romped to a 13-4 win over Herons. Kyle Harris (two), Billy Lawrence (two), Morgan Trotman, Ryan Ladyman, Oliver Astley and Man of the Match Yannick King also scored.

Harry Hawkes' early goal was cancelled out as the U11s West lost 2-1 to Watford Youth while the U11s East earned a 2-2 draw at Comets Blue with Alex Phipps and Max Munford on target.

The U11s Orient lost out 3-0 to league leaders Hemel Aces despite a Man of the Match performance from Tom Nicholson.

Ned Robinson and Man of the Match Harry Wright sealed a 2-1 win for the U10s North against London Maccabi Lions and goals from Sam Smith and Harvey Trounson earned the U10s East a 2-2 draw with Little Gaddesden Yellow.

Harry Smith and Harry Shepherd netted in the U9s North's 2-1 win over Potters Bar.

Two goals apiece from Brendan Warren and Henry Pyke helped the U9s Orient to a 7-2 win over Bury Rangers Black with Owen Field, Dominic Knaggs and Dan Ashenhurst also on target.

There were goals for Billy Owen (two), Jarvis Wilkins, Joe Curran and George Fennel for the U8s North in their match with Watford Youth and Joel Ruthford, Steffan Martin and Adam Johnson (two) scored for the U8s West against Lemsford Pumas.


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