Harvesters round up: Lewis Phillips’ goal clinches local derby for U14 North

U18 South lost 3-1 to Chorleywood with George Robbins netting the goal.

U16 North won 3-0 away at Chorleywood with two goals from Michael Lester and a single from Lumi Sopa.

U16 South won 3-1 against Burnt Oak thanks to goals from Tom Cunliffe, Dan Stanboulian and Matt Hill.

U14 North won 1-0 against St Albans with a goal from Lewis Philips.

U13 East fought back to win 2-1 away at Sandridge Rovers thanks to goals from Ben Robinson and Charlie Biggs.


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U13 South beat Sun Postal Blue 2-0 with both goals scored by Scott Gentle. But U13 North lost 2-1 to Sun Postal Yellow despite a goal from Amir Berchil.

U12 South took on Whetstone Lions, winning 5-2 with goals from Ade Oyefusi and four from Harry Ruane.

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U12 North beat top of the table Whetstone Pumas 2-1 with goals from Ben Adshead and Chris Rowe.

U11 West won 6-2 away at Aldenham Excel with goals from Evan Howgego, Oliver Rushbrooke, Luke Mann and a hat trick from Jack Percy.

U11 North beat Aldenham United 2-1 with Jack McShane bagging both goals.

U10 West won 3-2 at home against Olympiacos thanks to a late winner from Cameron Wilson. The other goals were scored by James Heppenstall and Massimo Vazquez.

U10 North ran out 3-1 winners at home to Boreham Wood Red, with goals from Oliver Gautier, Luke Gibbard and William Robinson.

Harvesters Girls

The U14 girls drew 4-4 with close rivals Bury Rangers thanks to another hat-trick from top scorer Bolu Fisher and a single from Lauren Pearson.

The U13 girls drew 1-1 in a tough game against Hampstead, with a goal from Olivia Corbett.

The U9 girls played out a high scoring match with goals from Grace, Hollie, Eliza and Yasmin.

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