Jamie nets hat trick in County Cup rout - St Albans City Youth
JAMIE Wallis led the way with a hat trick as the Under 18s West progressed to the next round of the County Cup with an 8-2 hammering of Buntingford Cougars. Jamie Watts scored twice and further goals came from James Manfre, Man of the Match Adam Vennard
JAMIE Wallis led the way with a hat trick as the Under 18s West progressed to the next round of the County Cup with an 8-2 hammering of Buntingford Cougars. Jamie Watts scored twice and further goals came from James Manfre, Man of the Match Adam Vennard and Christie Tyler with a cracking shot into the top corner.
The Under 18s South beat Hertsmere at home in the league. Luke Campion cracked in the only goal of the game with a sizzling shot that found the net off the underside off the crossbar after good approach work from Toby Irish.
Greg Springall scored twice and Tom Weaver netted a single as the Under 16s West won 3-2 at Alexandra Park. Joe Murtagh and goalkeeper Carl Biggs played well.
Ashley Bryant and James Sissons each scored twice as the Under 16s South beat Harpenden Colts Eagles 4-2. Forward Matt Frohlich was named Man of the Match.
George Hunter scored two excellent goals as the Under 15s East went down 4-2 at Omonia.
The Under 15s West lost out 5-1 to Sun Postal in a match played in tough weather conditions. Josh Meija-Searle scored the goal for Saints and Laurie Blow had a fine game at left back.
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In the first round of the County Cup, the Under 14s East defeated AC Finchley South 11-2, with Luke Yaxley scoring eight goals. Daniel Smith netted twice and Nathan Watkins completed the goal tally. Alfie Long was named Man of the Match.
Ben Blight scored four as the impressive Under 14s West beat Boreham Wood 7-3 in the County Cup. Hal Maher, Luca Smaldone and Kobayne Wilson also scored.
In the League Cup, the Under 13s North beat Boreham Wood Crusaders 9-0 with Luke Ferdinand hitting a superb hat trick. Further goals from Eddie Rose, Max Andrew, Jacob Noonan, Daniel O'Donovan, Daniel Casotti and Craig McConnell completed the rout.
Man of the Match Will Harding scored three goals as the Under 13s East hit back from 2-0 down to beat Bedmond 4-2 in the League Cup. Jonny Entwhistle played well throughout the match.
Kit Osborn and Siam Brune-Franklin netted goals but the Under 12s North were defeated 3-2 by Potters Bar Crusaders in the County Cup.
The Under 12s East went down 12-0 to Bengeo Tigers Hibernian. Goalkeeper George Stubbs was named Man of the Match.
In a hard-fought match the Under 11s North came from behind to defeat Tring Tornados Eagles 5-3. Goalscorers were Alex Levy, Daniel Reynolds, Hugo Harding, Josh Bean and Sam Forsythe.
The Under 11s Boreal beat Berkhamsted Raiders 8-0 with Sian Khan-Boylan striking a hat trick and Sam Metcalf netting twice. Matt Drane, Man of the Match Jed Salmon and James Taylor also scored.
Oliver Shepherd scored twice for the Under 11s as they lost 7-2 away to Rickmansworth Raiders.
The Under 11s South went down 3-2 to Tornados. Callum Clifford scored a good goal and Conor Sweeney also found the net. Michael Gillet had a good game in goal and left back Zak Flesch was named Man of the Match.
Jake Anthony scored a hat trick as the Under 10s East beat the Under 10s West 5-1. Bryn Williams and Alex Phipps also scored. Tom Goldstone was named Man of the Match for the East and Elliott Wiley had a good game in defence. Robbie PennThomas scored the goal for the West and Harry Deacon was named their Man of the Match.
Oliver Astley opened the scoring for the Under 10s South and Kyle Harris scored a second before Chorleywood hit back to draw 2-2. Defender Matthew Doherty took the Man of the Match award and goalkeeper Joe Brewer made several excellent saves.
At home to Tring Tornados, the Under 10s North enjoyed a convincing 10-0 win. Man of the Match Luke Houghton scored four goals, the others being scored by Will Mattin (two), Charlie Luniss, Steven Heather, Amir Stapleton and Conor Clark.
The Under 9s North beat Bushey Rangers 6-0 with goals from Tom Levy (two), David Etheridge (two), Daniel Newton and Ned Robinson. Tom Gordon was named Man of the Match.
The Under 9s East went down 2-1 to Berkhamsted, with Man of the Match Sam Smith scoring their goal.
Harrison Doyle was named Man of the Match as the Under 8s South hit form to defeat Overware Youth 4-2. Joe Lake, Ross Weaver, Frankie Adio and Mhairi Pennifer scored the goals.
Away at Hertford Town Harts, the Under 8s North won 5-2 with goals from Harry Davidson, Ibrahim Rahman, Harry Floyd, Harry Smith and Ed Stafford.
The Under 18s Girls recorded a 2-0 win at home to Kew Park Rangers to mark the 60th birthday of boss Terry Edwards. Sofia Munoz sent Ria Llewellyn clear and she drilled the ball past the advancing goalkeeper to make it 1-0. The girls got the second goal when Ellie 'the legend' Sakata curled in a fine corner and after Llewellyn had a shot blocked, Sofia 'the gem' Munoz pounced on the loose ball and drove it into the back of the net. Bethany Healy played superbly in goal to keep a clean sheet and skipper Rebecca Dolphin was in commanding form in defence along with Tay Jobson, Katie Ladd and Jessica Hoare. Natalie Burrows and Laura Hunter also played well.
Paige Kenny struck twice and further goals from Lucy Hancock, Joanna 'JJ' Jager and Molly Slade sealed an impressive 5-0 win for the Under 16s Girls against FC Kensington.
Holly Clarke was on the mark to net six goals as the impressive Under 15s Girls crushed Arlesey Athletic 12-1. Christina Freestone netted three and further strikes from Sami May, Abigail Kemball-Cook and Coral Clayton sealed the win.
Erin Foster scored the consolation goal for the Under 12s Girls as they lost 5-1 at Tottenham Girls.
Olivia Whitehead scored twice as the Under 11s Girls picked up their first win of the season beating Enfield Rangers 5-1. Olivia Almond, Niketa Dinnall and Esme Stevens also scored. Player of the Match went to Sabrina Illian.