South beat Chorleywood - St Albans City Youth
SPENCER Clarke-Mardel scored twice and almost had a hat trick as the Under 18s South beat Chorleywood 3-1. Rory Suttie scored the other goal on his debut after converting a cross from David Shore. Luke Campion and Jamie Probin each played well. Goalkeeper
SPENCER Clarke-Mardel scored twice and almost had a hat trick as the Under 18s South beat Chorleywood 3-1. Rory Suttie scored the other goal on his debut after converting a cross from David Shore. Luke Campion and Jamie Probin each played well. Goalkeeper Harry Honeywood and defenders Mario Concialdi and Jordan Parkin kept Chorleywood from scoring further goals. Spencer came close to his hat trick when he struck the cross bar. The South finished a dramatic clash with nine players due to an injury and a red card and Chorleywood also had a player dismissed.
Nick Glasgow opened the scoring and James Manfre netted twice for the Under 18s West as they beat Hertsmere 3-1. Hard working defender Jamie Peters was named Man of the Match.
Marcus Madden and Adam Tester scored for the Under 18s East but they were defeated 6-2 by Whetstone.
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