Harvester youth football round up

Harvesters U11 North

Harvesters U11 North - Credit: Archant

IN the Watford Friendly League Challenge Cup final U11 North came from 3-0 down at half-time to beat London Maccabi Lions White 4-3 with two goals from MOM Max Hodgeson and one each for Chris Rowe and Edward Cleaver

Harvesters U11 Girls

Harvesters U11 Girls - Credit: Archant

U11 Girls ended their season on a high with a 2-1 win over Welwyn Pegasus in the Herts Girls Football Partnership Shield final with Eve Shaw and POM Amalie Newman-Booth on the scoresheet.

U10 West ended their season in style with a 2-1 victory over Croxley Guild to win the Watford Friendly League Spring Trophy final thanks to goals from Ahmed Berchil and Oliver Rushbrooke.

U16 North lost 3-0 to Omonia Green. Goalkeeper Andrew Chapman was MOM.

U14 Girls overcame Kinja 3-2 in the final of the League Cup to complete the double. Adrienne Milton and two from POM Olivia Syson scored.

U13 North ended their league campaign with a 4-2 win at Hemel Aces with goals from Thomas Levy, Curtis Finch and two from Ashley Willing.

U12 North overcame County Cup champions Sun Postal Yellow 5-1, with Amir Berchil (two) and William Brothwood (two) amongst the scorers, before going down 3-2 to Edmonton Rangers. Louie Roberts and Amir Berchil scored.

Most Read

In a double-header to Northwood White, U12 East won 1-0 and 3-0. Archie Gwillim was on the score sheet in both matches whilst Harry Warmsley and Charlie Biggs also netted. Harry Warmsley and George Pettengell were named MOM.

In their midweek double-header a goal from Lucas King against the previously undefeated Whetstone Wanderers Pumas could not prevent U11 North going down 2-1 in the first game before they bounced back to win the second game 2-1 thanks to two goals from Ben Adshead.

U9 North completed their season with a 2-1 win at Bushey and Oxhey to secure the league runners up spot. An own goal and a penalty from MOM Luke Gibbard ensured the victory.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter