St Albans City Youth round up
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Here we round up all the fixtures from St Albans City Youth FC.
St Albans City Youth FC - Boys
U18 East went down 3-1 against league leaders Chorleywood Red. MOM Matt Balser scored the goal. In their next game East beat Finchley Revolitions 3-0 thanks to goals from Adriano Gil (two) and Balser. MOM was Kieran Yapp.
Away to Potters Bar U18 North won 1-0. Luke Ferdinand scored the only goal. MOM went to Omar Ech-Chadli and keeper Eddie Rose.
Goals from Jack Pugh and Shaquille Jones gave the U18 South a 2-0 victory over Elite.
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At home to Olympiacos U16 East lost 3-2. Josh Harpin gave East the lead but three goals before half time killed the tie. Anthony Gosling narrowed the gap in the second half but Olympiacos held on.
U16 North took on AC Finchley and won 2-1. Ollie Innes scored the North’s first goal whilst Gus Scott scored the winner from the penalty spot in the second half. Saul Beels and keeper John Barton were outstanding.
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U15 North beat Harvesters 5-4 on penalties to progress to the final of the Challenge Cup.
Thomas Lander (two) and Numan Hakin scored for U15 Boreal as they lost 5-3 to Berkhamsted Raiders. MOM was new signing Tawanda Manenji.
U15 Warriors had two home matches. In the first they lost 2-0 to Berkhamsted Raiders with Billy Barnet and Freddy Sapon being voted MOM. In their second game they drew 3-3 with Watford Youth. Jonney Stone scored twice and Lawrence Wilson netted a late equaliser. MOM was Theo Maher and Matt Price.
U14 West beat Hadley 4-0 with goals from Paul Sibanda, Harry Deacon, Jake Anthony and Kristian Demetriou. Harry Hawkes was MOM. Next they faced Panathinaikos in the semi-final of the Senior Cup. Two goals from MOM Kristian Demetriou took the game to penalties where West lost 3-2.
Jacob Grisenthwaite and Charlie Bennett scored in U14 North’s 3-2 losing effort against Hemel Athletic. Jacob Bockenhauer was MOM.
U14 Orient won 4-3 in their inter club match with South. The goal scorers for the Orient were Tom Nicholson, Harry Hussain, Nat Nicholas and MOM was Shiloh Wallace. The South’s goals came from James Nasah (two) and Harry Newman-Booth. Finlay Auld won MOM.
U14 East drew 2-2 with Chorleywood Panthers. MOM Ben Parry scored both goals.
U13 North booked a place in the Challenge Cup final with a 1-0 win over Olympiacos. James McCallum scored the goal and Ilias Bakhti was MOM
Jack Armstrong won MOM was U13 South lost 2-0 to Whetsone.
Goals from MOM Gianpaulo Manzi (two), Jacob Pearlman, Charlie Hall and Matty Gallagher saw U13 West past Evergreen Youth and into the final of the League Cup.
U13 Orient had two wins in two days, beating Berkhamsted Raiders 4-1 thanks to goals from Josh Ali (three) and Youness Bakhti and overcoming Little Gaddesden 3-1. Ali got a brace and Charlie Ringland added the third.
MOM Joe Newton and Harrison Doyle saw U12 South to a 2-0 win over Omonia.
U11 South drew 2-2 with Rickmansworth thanks to goals form Daniel Banerjee and MOM Nick Swan.
In a friendly against Evergreen, U11 East won 6-4. MOM Harry Peter and Aaron Peter both scored twice while Ben Spencer and Asher Stevens netted one each.
U11 Orient beat Everett Rovers Yellow 4-2. Joshua Cross, Tristian Edwards, Tony Barton and Liam Clarke scored the goals. MOM was Tommy Edwell.
U10 West drew 4-4 with Lemsford Youth Pumas. MOM Joe Scragg (two), Luke Hill and Tim Davies scored the goals.
Ted Park and Muba Kiomone scored in U10 East’s 2-1 win over Bovingdon Lightning. MOM was Joshua Killick.
Corey Rodriguez scored the only goal of the game as U10 Central beat Lemsford Tigers. Angelo Calatrava was outstanding.
U10 Orient shared the points with Sumner’s Youth after a 1-1 draw in which Ollie Smith scored. Joe McCarthy earned MOM.
U9 North beat league leaders Sun Postal 3-1 thanks to goals from Samual Baker-Madec (two) and MOM Jack Carmichael. North also faced Little Gaddesden but Daniel Curran’s goal was not enough as they lost 3-1.
U9 West lost 3-2 to Wheathampsted with Luke Roberts scoring both goals. Fabian Bruower was MOM.
U9 Central lost 4-2 to St Margaretsbury. Graydon Orchard and Thomas Couling scored the goals. MOM was Zakaria Mrabate.
Goals from Jack Raffo, Aiden Smith, Nico Mohan and Allessandro De Trolio saw U9 East to a 4-1 win over Codicote. MOM went to Dominic Burgess, Smith and Luke McAndrew.
Alejandro Moreno (two), Kai Constable (two), Mackenzie Gibson, Harrison Shaw and Ben Freestone scored for U8 South in their fun match with Bury Rangers Red.
Also playing Bury Rangers were the U8 North. Goals were scored by Billy Todd, Harrison Smith and George Angel.
Teddy Dunning scored three goals and Jack Longbottom one in the U8 East’s fun match with St Margaretsbury.
U8 West played the same opponent with goals from Eoin Flannigan and Callum McGuire.
St Albans City Youth FC – Girls
U14 lost 4-0 to league champions Harvesters. POM was Ellen Treadwell. Next up they played Enfield Town, losing 3-0. Keeper April Harpin earned POM.
In a double header U13 North lost to Harvesters 3-0 and 5-1. Danielle Tyler scored the only goal. POM went to Mary Leach and Olivia Barnes.
U12 West and East faced off in a futsal match, with the West edging it 6-5. Hannah Coote (three), Phoebe Skinner and Katie Hennessy scored for East and Molly Johnson (two), Lauren Walker (three) and Grainne Kellett netted for West.
Charlotte Gurney scored the only goal for U10 s as they lost 2-1 to Royston Town. POM was Madeleine Hanson.