PSV U16s win 10 goal thriller

YOUTH FOOTBALL: A STRONG performance from Harpenden Colts U13s Rovers resulted in a 5-1 victory over St Albans City Youth in the County Cup. Rovers goals came from Giles Cunnington, Josh King (two), Jake Collins and Jamie Jones. Harvesters U15s South be

YOUTH FOOTBALL: A STRONG performance from Harpenden Colts U13s Rovers resulted in a 5-1 victory over St Albans City Youth in the County Cup. Rovers' goals came from Giles Cunnington, Josh King (two), Jake Collins and Jamie Jones.

Harvesters U15s South beat Highgate & Muswell Hill 2-1 thanks to a Harry Cussell strike and an own goal.

The U14s South lost 5-3 to Nascot Wood Red despite a Jonathan Muir hat trick.

Two goals apiece from Cody Gray and James Bathany helped the U13s South to a 6-0 win over Bedmond. Sam Nevin and Jack Cahill were also on target.

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Goals from William Brothwood, Freddie Wilkinson, Ross Weaver and Louie Roberts and a superb display in goal from Oliver Boote helped the U9s North beat London Maccabi Lions 4-2.

Olivia Hessey, Shivani Bedi and Karina Dinnall were on target as the U16s Girls won 3-1 to book their place in the semi finals of the County Cup.

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Georgia Coakley was on target twice in the U14s Girls' 6-1 win over Enfield Town Ladies. Sabrina Monastero, Vicky Gray. Rhianna Bedi and Ellie Bergin also netted.

Karis Yapp's brace gave the U11s Girls their first win off the season, beating Luton Town 2-0.

The U10s Girls lost out 4-0 to Spurs A despite a solid showing from Olivia Barnes and goalkeeper Julia Draper who saved a penalty.

London Colney Colts U14s went down 4-1 to Aldenham in a game where the scoreline flattered the opposition. Matthew Hamblin scored Colts' goal.

A fast start caught Colts U13s unawares as Broadhall Youth raced into a 5-0 lead. Man of the Match went to James Harding.

Lee Teixeira, Adam Hill, Ben Carman and Shaun Aylward all scored as the U12s beat Highgate & Muswell Hill 4-0.

Colts U11s lost 4-1 to Pinnacle despite taking an early lead through Eden Clements-Killen.

Colts U10s had a very close, goalless first half away to Northwood but conceded twice soon after the break to lose 2-0.

Colts U9s hit Abbots Youth Red for six as they won 6-0. Goals came from Connor Chambers (two), Jevon Campbell and a hat- trick from Jaidan Abraham.

Park Street Village U16s hosted a 10 goal thriller at home to Sun Postal Blue.

George Martin (two), Frankie Parke, Jon Howarth, Ollie Loe and Hakim Bukenya all scored to give PSV a 6-4 win.

Park Street Village U9s were unlucky not to snatch a point against Leverstock Green Acorns in a 2-1 defeat with Callum Noonan on target.

PSV U8s played Hemel Athletic with goals scored by George Kershaw and Nick Ralfe. Man of the Match was Jack Micklewright in goal for keeping the team in the game and keeping another clean sheet.

St Albans Rangers One Eights recorded a comfortable 5 -1 win away to Bedmond Ajax.

Elliot Goward, Josh Towle (two), George Preece and Ben Parker got the goals.

Matt Lawrence set the U18s Whites on their way to a 3-0 win over Aldenham Falcons with Charlie Fortt and Matt Chapman sealing the win.

The U14s found themselves 2-0 down inside 20 minutes as they lost 3-2 to AC Finchley. Connor McGrath and Omar Ech-Chadli had drawn Rangers level but Finchely nicked a winner.

Goals from Jack Hawthorne and Joe Casali earned the U9s Reds a 2-2 draw with Edmonton Rangers.

Wheathampstead Wanderers U14s Sharks' winning streak continued with a 5-3 win over Bengeo Siberians.

Tommy Fafowora came off the bench to net a hat-trick with Cameron MacIndoe and Luke Birch completing the scoring. Fraser Potter was excellent at centre half.

The U12s Sharks were up against Premier Division opposition and found themselves 4-0 down at half time. Sam Murphy was named Man of the Match.

The start of the St Albans Cub Scout Football League saw 2nds St Albans run out 9-1 winners over Sandridge. The 2nds' goals came from Alfie Booth (four), Kyle Harris (two), Luke Meehan (two) and one from Billy Lawrence. Sandridge's reply came courtesy of George Pettengell.

18th Douthwaite won 3-0 against 18th Homewood, in an exciting and competitive game thanks to James Jarman's strike and two goals from Sam Walker.

A strong 1st St Albans team visited a six-man 16th St Albans who despite scoring first went down 11-1. Stephen Heather scored first for 16th but five goals from Jake Beels and strikes from Harry Shepherd (two), Sam Lachau, Cameron Clark, Josh Alderton and Dan Pearce completed the turnaround.

Man of the Match Alfie Seeby scored all four goals for 4th St Albans as they beat 9th St Albans 4-3. Scorers for the 9th were Callum Emmerson, George Crawley and Ewun Wattley.

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