George Hacks it for City Youth East
St Albans City Youth GEORGE Hackett and Donald Bogle each scored twice as the Under 18s East beat Southgate 4-3. Man of the Match Jamie Watts scored twice as the Under 18s West won 3-2 at Sun Postal Yellow. Jamie Wallis scored the other goal with a super
St Albans City Youth
GEORGE Hackett and Donald Bogle each scored twice as the Under 18s East beat Southgate 4-3.
Man of the Match Jamie Watts scored twice as the Under 18s West won 3-2 at Sun Postal Yellow. Jamie Wallis scored the other goal with a superb free kick.
Laurie Coupar scored with a cracking shot from distance but the Under 18s South were beaten 2-1 by Hemel Aces.
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In the County Cup, the Under 16s East recorded a comfortable 7-0 win against Pin Green Juniors. Max O'Shea scored a hat trick and Steven Orchard netted two with Michael Edwards and James Lowthian also netting. Left back Kieran Marks had a fine game.
Away to Tornados JSC, the Under 16s West hit back from being behind twice to win 4-3. Greg Springall scored twice and Scott Howlett and Tom Weaver also netted. Central defender Myles Smith was named Man of the Match.
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Goals from Ashley Bryant and Anthony Marriott secured a 2-2 draw for the Under 16s South as they hit back from two down. John Sissons and Freddie Eames enjoyed excellent games for the South.
The Under 15s East cruised to a 13-0 victory against Bury Rangers. Ashley Talbot and Richard D'Rosario scored three goals each with Michael Lee and Niall McGowan each netting a brace. Further goals from Marino Hadjisavva, George Wright and George Hunter completed the rout.
Laurence Blow and Josh Meija-Searle scored hat tricks and Man of the Match Ahmad Zaman also notched a hat trick in a goal spree as the Under 15s West beat Brady Maccabi 16-2. Carl Palin and Jack Cowland each netted two with George Guest, Adam Luck and Dominic Oliver also scoring.
Luke Yaxley scored after just 14 seconds of play and centre back Charlie Jory was named Man of the Match as the Under 14s East battled well but went down 2-1 to Tring Tornados.
The Under 13s North beat Bovingdon Juniors 7-0 with Man of the Match Craig McConnell scoring three goals and Luke Ferdinand also hitting a hat trick. Max Andrew scored to complete the goal tally.
Bill Murray-Bruce scored twice to crown an impressive debut as the Under 13s East beat Hormead Hares 10-1. Will Harding also hit two goals and strikes from Josh Farmer, George Hall, Connor McGowan, Kieran Gastaldi-Davies, Rob Knibbs and Sam Stead completed the rout. Defender Alex Smaldone was named Man of the Match.
Jack Collard scored twice as the Under 12s North beat Baldock Town 4-3. Matt Cross and Kit Osborn also scored. Jack Collard shared the Man of the Match award with Ben Collins.
Alex Gilbert scored both goals for the Under 12s South but they lost out 3-2 to Everett Rovers.
At home to Hemel Hawks, the Under 12s East recorded a 2-1 win. Alex Hall and Callum Glennister scored the goals. Central midfielder Alex Port was named Man of the Match while goalkeeper Matt Harris saved a penalty and the rebound effort to secure the victory.
Goalkeeper Daniel Mair was named Man of the Match on his debut as he helped the Under 11s South record a fine 3-2 away win at Potters Bar United. Gerardo Smaldone, Conor Sweeney and Zak Flesch scored the goals.
Man of the Match Oliver Shepherd scored four goals and Ellis Allan netted one but the Under 11s West lost 8-5 to Sherwood & Birchwood Rangers Red.
The Under 11s Boreal had a great 7-1 win against Hemel Celtic White with Sian Khan-Boylan scoring a hat trick and further goals from James Taylor, Tom Mathieson, Jed Salmon and Man of the Match defender Jake Grace.
Goalkeeper Linden Gabriel took the Man of the Match award after moving outfield in the final stages and striking the winning goal for the Under 10s East as they beat Berkhamsted Raiders Red 2-1. Billy Rintoul had earlier given the East the lead and defender Jacob Grisenthwaite and forward Jake Anthony played well.
Harry Hawkes was named Man of the Match for the Under 10s West as they fought well but were beaten 1-0 by Hemel Aces.
Bradley Wood struck three goals for the Under 10s Orient and was named Man of the Match as they beat Everett Rovers 4-2. Alex Beard also scored.
Oliver Astley scored twice but the Under 10s South were beaten 4-2 by Boreham Wood. Kyle Harris was named Man of the Match and captain Nick Grossi worked hard in attack.
Away at Acorn Raiders, the Under 10s North won 5-2 with goals from Will Mattin, Stephen Heather, Charlie Lunnis, Luke Houghton and a penalty from Jacob Brockenhaur. Kevin Kisson and Connor Clarke shared the Man of the Match award.
Goals from Daniel Newton (two), David Etheridge (two), Youness Bakhti and Ned Robinson gave the Under 9s North a 6-0 home win against Abbots Youth Blue. Chris Stevens was named Man of the Match.
Alex Cox and Taylor Fennell scored twice each as the Under 9s East beat Comets 5-3. George Batten netted his first goal for the club.
Adam Pringle scored twice as the Under 8s South beat John Warner 3-1. Ross Weaver also scored and Harrison Arnold who played half the game in goal and half the game on the pitch was named Man of the Match.
The Under 8s North won 2-1 at home to Hoddesdon Town with Ibrahim Rahman scoring twice and Harry Floyd enjoying a fine performance. Cameron Smith made a couple of impressive saves.