Harvesters U11 North rout Stags in Challenge Cup

Harvesters U11 North got their Challenge Cup campaign off to a flying start with a 10-0 win at home against West Herts Youth Stags.

Joe O’Hare, Joe Ashton and Luke Gibbard scored two each and Kieran Gauthier, Henry Brothwood, Ryan O’Sullivan and Daniel Busby were also on target.

U11 South won their first Challenge Cup fixture 7-5 against Omonia Green with a hat-trick from James Heppenstall, two goals from Oliver Gauthier and one apiece from Frankie Godman and and William Robinson.

U11 East lost losing 12-3 away to AC Finchley in a Challenge Cup game, with two goals from Kai Rajah and one from Cameron Wilson.

U12 South won 7-0 in the League Cup against Alexandra Park East. The goals came from MOM Harvey Young, Ahmed Berchill, Corey Rodriguez, Hamish Michie, Patrick Dee, Sam Gardiner and James Draper.

U13 South progressed to the second round of the Challenge Cup after an 11-0 win over Hinton and Finchley Revolution. MOM Harry Ruane scored five goals, Edward Cleaver and Shai Coombs both hit the back of the net twice with one each from Nathan Thornton and Cameron Appleyard.

The U13 Girls continued their run of victories with a 4-1 win against Knebworth Wildcats. The goals were scored by Eve Shaw (two), Annika Hanton and Celyn Walmsley. POM was Harriet Caunt.

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Goals from Harry Floyd and Kye Allport helped U14 North to a 2-2 draw against Sun Sports.

U14 South won 5-4 away to Chorleywood Gunners. Alex Banathy scored a hat-trick with Mike Smith and George Hayford also on the score sheet. Alex and Tom Dumsday were named joint MOM.

U14 East lost 4-1 to Belmont United, with their only goal scored by Ben Robinson.

The U15 Girls put in a sterling performance against Tottenham Hotspur Ladies despite losing 7-1. Bolu Fisher scored Harvesters’ only goal and POM was Tilly Sutherland-Young.

U16s South beat Nascot Wood Falcons 5-1, with a hat trick from Euan Wattley and one a piece from Dominic Baxter and Aaron Jacobs.

U18 North opened their league account with a point at home to Olympiacos. MOM was captain Tom King, who battled on despite sustaining a first-half injury.

A late start to the season and with five players missing, Harvesters U18s Girls did really well to come back from being one down to win 2-1. Both goals came from Katherine Hatton and Georgina Royall put in a POM performance in midfield.