Harpenden Colts: Leopards rout Nazeing

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U10 Leopards beat Nazeing Youth 7-1. The scorers were Lewis Poulter (three), Stanley Scott, Raffy Platt, Cameron Smith and Jamie Kelsey. MOM was Stanley Scott.

U10 Jaguars extended their unbeaten run to eight league games with a 2-2 draw with St Margaretsbury. Josh Humbles and Joseph Seymour scored and MOM was Thomas Wightman.

U10 Tigers lost 4-3 against Wormley Rovers Blacks. The goalscorers were Greg O’Kelly (two) and Oscar Ryan.

U10 Dragons beat Elite Feet Lions 1-0. Matthew Kurr scored the goal.

U10 Panthers lost 5-1 to Bengeo Tigers. Reece Lambert scored and MOM was Charlie Culank.


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U11 Eagles beat Berkhamsted Raiders Red 4-2 with goals from Jacob Jones (two), MOM James Mason and Josh Codling.

U11 Falcons won 1-0 against Watford Sports White with the goal scorer Alfie Hazell also named MOM.

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In the second match of their double-header Falcons won 3-2 with goals from Guy Muncer (two) and MOM Joe Edney.

U11 Tornadoes lost 4-0 to Watford Youth Red. MOM was goalkeeper Simeon James who saved a penalty.

U11 Magpies lost 3-0 Park Street Village Blues. A Helsby was MOM.

U12 Blacks beat FC66 Lions 4-0 thanks to goals from C Dibley (two), L Gudta and J Hodgson. MOM was J Heywood.

U12 Blues won 4-2 against Hemel Town Youth Red.

U13 Pumas drew 1-1 with Croxley Guild Hawks. Colts’ goal was scored by L Neill and MOM was T Huntley.

U13 Panthers beat Sun Postal White 3-2.

U13 Jaguars lost 3-2 to Kings Langley Hawks. F Wilson scored both Colts’ goals and MOM was H Kremer.

U13 Cougars booked their place in the WHYL Senior League Cup final with a 3-0 win over Watford Town Youth. Ben Gittins, Perry Hindle and Marcus Bolton scored while MOM was Michael Thomas.

Mia Pinkham scored three as Colts U11 Girls beat Denham United Wildcats 5-3 after extra-time in the semi-final of the League Cup. Serena Sale and MOM Chloe Morrison were also on target.

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