St Albans City Youth: Coakley earns North a point
The Under 18’s North picked up point in a 1 – 1 draw with Edgware Town in the league thanks to a first half goal from defender Alex Coakley.
The Under 18’s Warriors playing London Maccabi won 3 – 1 with two goals from Lewis Glasscoe who went on to have a good game up front plus one from Joe Weaver and left back Jamal Baig was named man of the match.
There was no joy for the Under 18’s East as they went down 2 – 0 against Berkhamsted Raiders with winger Alex Port being named as man of the match.
Playing at home to St Albans Rangers Black the Under 18’s Boreal went down 5 – 1 with Matthew Hubbard scoring their consolation goal.
After a very close match at home to Acorn Raiders the Under 17’s West went down 3 – 1 after the visitors snatched a late penalty. Scoring for the West was Samual Waters-Rathjen with a brilliant low drive from 18 yards into the left hand corner of the net. Midfielders Keanu Floyd and Max Bull were named joint man of the match.
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Harry Henderson was named man of the match after scoring a glorious hat trick for the Under 16’s Orient which helped them to a 4 – 2 away win over Comet Sports Whites Tigers. Scoring the other goal was Owen Ladbrook.
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At home to Hemel Aces Warriors saw the Under 16’s East go 2 – 0 up but by half time they were 4 – 2 down. However in the second period the East fought back for the match to end all square at 4 – 4. The goalscorers were Nathan Wooster 2, Connor Moore and one from man of the match Ashley Smith.
The Under 16’s South played St Albans Rangers and went down 4 – 1 with Chris Salmons scoring the South’s goal with a header following a cracking shot from Isiah Manney that smashed the crossbar. The man of the match went to Charlie Gordon and keeper Billy Kavalieros maintained his excellent season following a great display.
Playing away to Tring Tornadoes were the Under 16’s North who went down 2 – 1 with Charlie Bennett scoring their only goal. Skipper Jacob Grisenthwaite was named man of the match.
Playing Hemel Town Blue in the League Cup were the Under 15’s East who eventually emerged victorious after a very entertaining game by five goals to three. Scoring the Saints goals were Dan Miles, Tom Brown, Harvey Trounson, Aaron Tilney and Joe Vance. Will Daley was named man of the match.
Also playing in the League Cup were the Under 15’s North who had a fine 8 – 3 win over Muswell Hill Cobras. Leading the goalscorers was Olly Hann 4, Billy Cresswell 2, Curtis Finch and Youness Bakhti.
Jacob Pearlman, Khaled Uddin and Yassin Abdelkhafi scored the goals which gave the Under 15’s West a 3 – 3 draw with Bovingdon Blue.
At home to Kings Langley, the Under 15’s Orient won the game 2 – 0 with a goal in each half, the first was scored by William Ibbitson and the second by Adam Russell.
Despite Joseph Rock scoring two excellent goals for the Under 15’s Central they still lost to Abbots Youth. The hard working Ollie Brett was named man of the match.
Following a real end to end game the Under 14’s South finally came out on top in their home match with Hadley Wood by winning the game by the odd goal in nine with a 5 – 4 victory. Scoring the Saints goals were Ross Weaver 2, Joe Newton, Ernesto Rodriguez, and one from man of the match Adam Pringle.
The Under 14’s East earned a 1 – 1 draw with Croxley with a goal from Musa Sakkejha and Alex Gates winning the man of the match.
Man of the match Tom Keating scoring the only goal for the Under 14’s West in their 2 – 1 home defeat to Cassiobury Rangers.
The Under 14’s North lost 2 – 0 away to Hemel Comets with the dynamic Adam Roberts being named man of the match.
The Under 13’s North were at home to Kings Langley Eagles and won the game 4 – 0. The goals came from a header from Daniel Banerjee and a tap in from Joe Williams in the first half following corners from Ryan Orde. In the second half goals from Thomas Geller and Billy Owen wrapped up the scoreline for a fine win.
Playing at home to Watford Town Red were the Under 13’s West, although Adam Johnson scored two excellent goals the West eventually went down 4 – 2 to two late goals. The man of the match went to keeper Tom Tillin who made a number of good saves in each half.
Playing away to Hemel Town Youth Red, the Under 13’s East went in at the break leading 2 – 1 with both goals coming from Aaron Peter. In the second period the scoreline went to 3 – 3 but a penalty kick from Henry Oliver restored the Saints lead, they then scored two further goals to win the game 6 – 3. The other goalscorers were man of the match Swaley Smith with 2 plus another one from Aaron Peter to complete his hat trick.
Making it five wins on the spin were the Under 13’s Orient as they entertained Kings Langley Ospreys in an exciting match which saw the Saints winning the game 3 – 2. Goals from Harry Peter and Peter Rock gave the orient a 2 – 0 lead at half time. In the second half the Orient were caught on the break whilst pressing forward and two goals from Kai Mills for the Ospreys made it 2 – 2. Orient quickly hit back and a fine goal from man of the match Connor Blight gave the Saints a 3 – 2 victory. Both keepers made some excellent saves throughout the game, they were Emanuel Abu Sayf for the Saints and Nicholas Hadjipateras for the Ospreys.
The Under 12’s North won 4 – 1 at home in the League Cup to Hemel Town Youth with all the goals being scored in the second half. The first goal was scored by Tom Griffiths, then came efforts from Jack Geldard, Freddie Radavanovic and Myles Donkin.
Playing Oakhill Tigers saw the Under 12’s South have a comfortable 5 – 0 win with two goals from Ollie Seeby plus singles from Tom Dodds, Louis Baker-Madec and Cillian Webb. The man of the match went to keeper Sam Pollard who made some outstanding saves during the game.
Turning in a below par performance were the Under 12’s Central as they went down 8 – 1 to Everett Rovers Blue. Scoring the Saints only goals was Matt Roome. Rob Brown was named man of the match.
The Under 12’s East took part in a high scoring match against Rickmansworth Youth raptors and emerged winners 5 – 3. Scoring the Easts goals were Josh Killick 2, Alex Manzi, Morgan Jones and James Barwick. The man of the match went to Diego Pazaram-Butler, who played on both wings and also had a hand in setting up three of the goals.
The Under 12’s Orient played away to Hemel Town Whites and they won the game by three goals to one. Brendan Donegan scored two of the goals whilst James Fontaine scored the third goal. The man of the match went to Ross Hermon.
Jack Cullen scored the first two goals for the Under 11’s West in their match with Welwyn Pegasus which proved to be an exciting end to end game with an even more fantastic finish. With only seconds to go and amazing shot from Cormac O’Halloran flew into the back of the net to seal a close 3 – 2 win. The man of the match went to Mark Lake.
Playing away to Berkhamsted Blue were the Under 11’s North and after a very enthralling game the North were relieved to win the game 6 – 5 by the final whistle. The goalscorers were Jack Carmichael 3, Sam McKenna, Josh Doyle and Matthew Radelat.
A hat trick from Tym led the way for the Under 11’s Central to record a 6 – 2 win over Potters Bar Raiders. Scoring the other goals were Thomas Coulling 2 and one from man of the match Daragh Gallagher.
The Under 11’s East Yellow drew 2 – 2 against Harpenden Colts Rockets with goals from Thomas Simon and Charlie Battle.
The Under 11’s East Blue won 3 – 1 also playing against a Harpenden Colts team, the Jets. Jack Jacobs scored two goals and Nico Mohan one.
Away to Bovingdon Storm saw the Under 11’s South feel the force as the Saints roared to a 6 – 2 victory. Scoring the goals for the Saints were George Sippetts 2, Danny Fowler 2, James Justice and Samual Baker-Madec.
Playing away to Whitewebb Eagles saw the Young Saints, the Under 10’s North win 3 – 0. Joseph Beardon popped up with two goals from close range and Kai Constable scored the third goal.
It was a very close game between the Under 10’s East and Bury Rangers White but the East just edged things by winning the game 3 – 2. The goals were scored by Teddy Dunning, Jamie Breen and Samual Boca-Mapp.
Alex Garcia scored four dynamic goals to help the Under 10’s West have a convincing 7 – 0 win. The other goals came from Jackey Choudrey, Ben Cohen and Archie James. Finley Rees was named man of the match.
The Under 9’s East played Elite Feet and after showing some dazzling footwork the Saints won the game 5 – 3. Jensen dean led the scorers with a hat trick, Harry Stone and Joel Whitwork scored one goal each.
The Under 9’s North lost 5 – 0 playing Potters bar Crusaders and Bradley Smith was named man of the match.
Finley Evans was named man of the match for the Under 9’s South in their 2 – 0 defeat to Hoddesdon Town White.
At home to Sarrett were the Under 9’s Victoria, the first game of the day for our roving reporter Terry Edwards. It proved to be a very entertaining match as by the final whistle the Saints had won the game 4 – 1 with Oscar Bell scoring the first two goals. The other goals were both scored by Zak Davies, one being a well stuck free kick from 16 yards.
Following a very tight and close game the Under 9’s Central won 5 – 4 against Cuffley Youth with goals from William Kennedy 2, Oliver Taylor, Maxim Hayes and Barnaby Chaudhry. The man of the match went to Charlie Wren.
Goals from Sam Mills and Cody Smith gave the Under 9’s West a 2 – 0 win against Waltham Cross Youth with the man of the match going to Jonathan Harris.
Now for the weekends fun matches, the Under 8’s North (Saturday) played Broomfield Youth and there were goals from Finn Scully 4, Sam Johnston 3, Sam Gallagher 2, Jack Cottingham, Antonio Desiderio and Adam Gardner in the fun game.
Next up were the Under 8’s South (Saturday) who had a fun match with St Margaretsbury, the man of the match went to Owen Weaver.
The Under 8’s East played Hoddesdon Town Blacks in an exciting fun game which saw goals from Will Antcliffe 2, Tom Jennings, Joshua Kenner-Mann and one from man of the match Ollie Denyer.
Ethan Sieger scored two goals for the Under 8’s Central in their away fun match at Hemel Town Reds, also scoring was Dean Bladon. The man of the match was Joseph Golding.
The Under 8’s South (Sunday) were away to Hemel Aces in a fun game and there were goals from Ben Hodges and Jacob Nyamupingidza with the man of the match going to birthday boy Nathan Beetlestone.
The Under 8’s North (Sunday) had a fun match away to Comets with goals from Adam Oldfield, Alex Hails, Thomas Boca-Mapp and Bertie Postma. Angus Kerr had an outstanding game in defence.
St Albans City Youth FC – Girls
The Under 15’s Girls North played their fellow club mates the Under 15’s South and it was the North who emerged victorious with a 4 – 0 victory. Scoring the goals for the North were Emily Schofield 2, Alice Tello and Charlie Boyle. Stand-in keeper Melissa Godino was named player of the match for the North after making some fine saves during the game. The player of the match for the South was Francesca Ralfe who worked hard in midfield.
Maddy Donaldson scored the consolation goal for the Under 14’s Girls North as they lost to Hitchin Belles 5 – 1. Melissa Trulock was named player of the match.
The Under 11’s Girls South beat Hoddesdon Girls 5 – 1 with goals from Jasmine Price 2, Zoe Cowan 2 and Caitlin Watkins.
The Under 10’s Girls had a fun game with Garston ladies and Saskia Woodward scored two fine goals and there were singles from Katie Leigh and Tatyana Barton.
The Under 9’s Girls played Berkhamsted Raiders red in a fun match and there were goals from Ellie Langton and Maisie Humphreys.