London Colney Colts U15s in seven-goal thriller
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Harpenden Colts Rovers U13s kept up their 100 per cent record this season with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Panshanger Lions. The goals came from Chris Ebbrook, Josh King and Will Chisholm. Harvesters U14s South lost 7-3 to high flying Whe
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Harpenden Colts Rovers U13s kept up their 100 per cent record this season with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Panshanger Lions. The goals came from Chris Ebbrook, Josh King and Will Chisholm.
Harvesters U14s South lost 7-3 to high flying Whetstone Wanderers with Johnny Muir scoring twice and Chris Hoad once.
The U13s South went down 5-2 to Gadeside Rangers with Calum McDonald scoring both goals.
Gabriel Connolly scored twice as the U12s South beat Bedmond Ajax 4-1. George Anderson and James Cleaver also scored.
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Connor Bourne's debut goal wasn't enough for the U12s North who lost 6-1 to Nascot Wood.
Two goals each from Sean Walsh, Chris Ryan and Lorenzo Ferderici helped the U11s South to an 8-4 win over Cassiobury Pumas with Johny Reany and Ewan Wattley also on target.
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Joe Vance's goal helped the U10s East secure a 1-1 draw against Borehamwood while Curtis Finch netted twice to give the U10s North a 2-0 win over Omonia.
Two goals from Shivani Bedi and one from Kayla Johnson gave the U16s Girls a 3-0 victory over Stevenage.
Two goals each from Hannah Kelly and Carly Williams and one from Hannah Knipe helped the U15s Girls come from 2-0 down to beat Brentford 5-4.
Ellie Bergin notched a superb hat-trick as the U14s Girls came out on top in a thrilling game against Bedford Ladies. Megan Cockhill was also on target as Harvesters won 4-2.
Julia Draper and Rebecca McShane both netted twice in the U10s Girls' 5-1 win over Denham. Ailish O'Malley scored the other goal.
Shania Bedi scored the only goal of the game as the U11s Girls maintain their winning streak with a 1-0 win over Whetstone Wanderers.
London Colney Colts U15s held on for a 4-3 victory over Potters Bar thanks to a brace from Brandon O'Malley and strikes from Kyle Dodman and Yannick Saminaden.
The U12s let a 2-0 half time lead slip as they drew 2-2 with AC Finchley.
Two goals from Roberto Mirza and one from Joe Wretham gave the U11s a 3-2 win over local rivals London Road.
Colts U10s won 2-1 at home to Abbots Langley thanks to two debut goals from Thomas Brown while the U9s went out of the Challenge Cup 5-3 away to London Lions. Jaidan Abraham scored the first, Bailey Calas netted two and took the Man of the Match award.
Croxley Guild Blue started strongly against the U8s but the Colney side composed themselves and pulled back four goals through Nathan Hossen and two from Louis Di Carlo. Nicolas Curtis gave a captain's performance in defence supported by all the team giving a great team effort.
St Albans Rangers U18s Whites stormed to the top of the division with a 3-0 win against Harpenden Eagles courtesy of another second half hat-trick from top scorer Matt Chapman.
Two goals before the break from Omar Ech-Chadli and Liam Fennessy gave the U14s a 2-0 win over Evergreen.
Eden Spelzini scored the only goal of the game as the U12s Belles beat Bury Rangers Whites 1-0 to seal a place in the semi finals of the Shield Cup.
A goal each for Natnan Shaw, Daniel Bradley and Joe Stout gave St Albans Rangers U11s Reds a well deserved 3-3 draw against Olympiacos Red.
Man of the Match Cameron Ferguson and Elliot Osborne both scored twice as the U9s Blues beat Hadley Rangers 6-1. Curtis Perrin and Jacques Hladykj also netted.
The U15s turned in a good second half performance to recover from a disastrous first half showing and only lose 7-3 to Whetstone. Jack Woods scored an excellent hat-trick to help Rangers recover from 6-0 down at the break.
The U9s Reds went through to the Third Round of the Challenge Cup beating Bushey Rangers 8-1 in a thrilling encounter. The goalscorers were Callum Lawrence (two), Jack Hawthorne (one), Louis Goosey (one) and Man of the Match Noah Costin with four goals.
For the third time in four years Wheathampstead Wanderers U14s Sharks met Bedwell Rangers of Stevenage in the county cup but lost out 3-2 in a very tight game. Super-sub Tommy Fafowora scored both Sharks goals.
Cub Scout Football: In poor weather conditions, the 5/13th started the better team and were two up at half time with goals from Oliver Russell and Jonathan Cattermole. The 1st responded quickly and were much the stronger team in the second half, winning the match 8-2.
Man of the Match for the 1st was Harry Shepherd, who scored six goals, the other two were scored by Sam Lachau. Goalkeeper Matthew Nash was 5/13th's Man of the Match.
In very wet, windy and muddy conditions 18th Douthwaite drew 1-1 with Sandridge.
In an exciting, hard fought match Matthew Potter scored first for Sandridge with James Jarman soon equalising.
In the second half, both teams had good chances to win the game, but the goalkeepers were equal to the task.
Douthwaite Man of the Match was Alex Lees for his tireless work in midfield and William Webster was Sandridge's Man of the Match.