Little leaves it late for U13s

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: A LAST minute goal ended the U18s East s participation in the County Cup this year losing 3-2 to Sun Postal Blue with John Butler and Aaron Robertson on target. Adriano Gil grabbed two as the U15s West beat AC Finchley 3-1 with Liam

ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH: A LAST minute goal ended the U18s East's participation in the County Cup this year losing 3-2 to Sun Postal Blue with John Butler and Aaron Robertson on target.

Adriano Gil grabbed two as the U15s West beat AC Finchley 3-1 with Liam Magwood also on target.

Nathan Watkins, Matt Basler and Matt Springall were on target as the U15s East lost 5-3 to Hadley Rangers.

Ed Little's late goal helped the U13s East edge past Harpenden Colts in a thrilling game, City eventually winning 6-5.


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Man of the Match Josh Harpin got two as did Callum Glenister with Chris Ladyman also scoring.

Two goals from Alex Howard earned the U12s East a 2-2 draw with Ware.

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The U11s West ran out 3-0 winners over Nascot Wood courtesy of goals from Harry Hawkes, Bradley Hawthorn and Finlay Long.

A brace from David Etheridge and one from Alfie Booth gave the U10s North a 3-0 win over Sun Postal Yellow.

There was also a brace for Sam Fisk in the U10s South's 4-1 win over Whetstone Wanderers. Connor Casey and Matty Gallagher also scored.

A hat-trick from Tom Keating helped the U9s West to a 9-1 victory over King George Cobras. Sam Letto (two), Matthew Nash, James Pollard, Ross Andrews and Mohammed Mazari completed the rout.

Four goals from Olivia Almond helped the U11s Girls to beat Enfield Town B 5-0. Player of the Match Abbie Sullivan also found the back of the net with debutant 'keeper April Harpin keeping a clean sheet.

The U10s Girls lost 5-2 to Watford Girls. Mhairi Pennifer and Amelia Lundrigan got the goals for City.

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