SACYFC U12s six-a-side round-up
THE final age group in the recent SACYFC six-a-side tournament at Sandringham School were the U12s section with three SACYFC teams taking part. In Group A it was Headstone Manor who topped the group with four wins, scoring 11 goals and conceding only four
THE final age group in the recent SACYFC six-a-side tournament at Sandringham School were the U12s section with three SACYFC teams taking part.
In Group A it was Headstone Manor who topped the group with four wins, scoring 11 goals and conceding only four in their five matches.
In second place was Comets Sports Club with three wins, one draw and one defeat to finish with 10 points.
City Youth Team A won all five matches in Group B to top the table. Team A had a 1-0 win over Hemel Aces Gold and this was followed by a 3-2 win against London Colney, a 4-0 victory over Bourne End, a 2-0 defeat of Markall AFC and finally a 1-0 win over Cuffley Warriors.
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Team A's goalscorers were Alex Gilbert (five), Nathan Kelly (two), Shay Emerton, Harry Gilbert, Ed Lindel and Jack Lachau.
In second spot were Cuffley Warriors with three wins, a draw and a defeat. Their biggest win was a 4-0 victory over Bourne End.
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In Group C, City Youth Team C started off with a 2-1 win over Markall AFC and a 2-0 win over Harvesters. Two draws followed before a fine 4-0 win over Hemel Aces ensured they finished top of the group.
Team C's goals came courtesy of Callum Glennister (three), Anthony Gosling (three), Kieran Thorne, Jamie Moroney and Josh Haran,
Harvesters finished second with three wins, one draw and a defeat to their name.
City Youth Team B won only one of their five games, a 3-1 defeat of Bletchley thanks to goals from Ben Collins, Jack Collard and Matt Cross.
A goal from Ben Collins was not enough for Team B as they went down 2-1 to Welwyn Pegasus and they lost their other three games by a 1-0 scoreline.
Little Gaddesden topped the group with four wins and a draw with London Lions second with three wins, a draw and a defeat.
In the quarter finals Headstone Manor beat London Lions 6-5 on penalties after a 0-0 draw and a goal from Max Webber was enough for Comets Sports to progress at the expense of Little Gaddesden.
Team C lost 2-0 to Cuffley Warrios but Team A were victorious overcoming Harvesters 2-1 thanks to goals from twins Alex and Harry Gilbert.
Max Webber and Oliver Ayres scored for Comets Sports Club as they beat Headstone Manor 2-1 in the first semi final.
Nathan Kelly scored an extra-time winner for Team A as they beat Cuffley Warriors 3-2 in the other semi final. Alex Gilbert and Brad Kelly-Keener scored the other goals.
Neither Team A nor Comets Sports Club could find a breakthrough despite numerous chances in the final with the game being decided on penalties with Comet Sports coming out on top 6-5.
The successful penalty takers for Comets were Max Webber (two), Harvey Hartnell (two), Matt White and Oliver Ayres after both sides had taken seven spot kicks each.