St Albans City Youth: U18 East earn bragging rights

St Albans City Youth Football Club

St Albans City Youth Football Club - Credit: Archant

U18 East beat local rivals St Albans Rangers 7-2, with goals from Anthony Gosling (four), Bachir Loussahi (two) and Stefano Munoz. Haaris Saleemi was MOM.

Shay Emerton and Carmine Chase scored second-half in U18 North’s 4-2 loss to Harvesters.

Joint MOM Ellis Allan scored both goals in U18 West’s 2-0 win over Hemel Hempstead. The other MOM was Paulo Ditri.

Matty Docherty scored for U16 South’s 2-1 loss to Cassiobury Rangers.

U16 North lost 2-0 to Whetstone Wanderers, with MOM going to the back four of Ben Merritt, Kevin Kisson, Morgan Trotman and Bestone Matabile.

Missing two players, U16 East were beaten 10-0 by Hemel Comets. MOM was Ed Hollis.

Goals from Cain Joseph, Ollie Pawlaczek and MOM Harvey Trounson earned U15 East a 3-1 win at London Maccabi Lions.

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U15 North beat Luton Borough 9-0 in a friendly. Olly Hann scored four and there were singles from Alfie Booth, Curtis Finch, Youness Bakhti and Owen Greenbank.

Playing with nine men, U15 Central lost 8-1 to Harpenden Tigers. Harrison Gates scored the goal.

Jack Hawthorne scored two and Rob McKee added a third as U14 North won 3-1 at AC Finchley. Adam Roberts was MOM.

U14 South beat Hadley Wood 3-1 thanks to goals from Ross Weaver (two) and MOM Joe Newton.

U13 North secured second place in Division One of the West Herts League with a 6-0 win over Chorleywood Common. Scoring the goals were Billy Owen (three), , Dan Banerjee, Joe Curran and Sam Mistry

U13 Central progressed in the Challenge Cup after beating Edmonton Rangers 4-1. Nick Ralfe (two), Nathan Hossen and Lucas King netted.

James Knapp scored and Luca Kershaw was MOM in U13 East’s 1-1 draw with FC 66 Lions.

U12 North lost 2-1 to Evergreen Rovers. Freddie Collins scored and MOM was Myles Donkin.

U12 South thrashed Boreham Wood 10-0. On the scoresheet were Ollie Seeby (three), Cillian Webb (two), Orsen Campos, Tommy Dodds, Louis Baker-Madec, MOM Dan Eaves and Sam Pollard.

Goals from Diego Pazarma and Alex Manci couldn’t save U12 East from going down 4-2 against Hadley Wood.

James Fontaine scored two penalties in U12 Orient’s 4-1 win over Sun Postal. Sam Beasley got the other two and MOM went to Ross Hermon.

U11 West won 2-0 against Wormley Rovers with goals from Jack Cullen and Charlie Mumford. Jake Clarke was MOM.

U11 North lost 2-0 to Sun Postal.

U11 East Yellows played out a goalless draw against Bury Rangers Whites.

Nico Mohan scored a hat-trick as U11 East Blue beat Paringdon Youth 3-1.

Finlay Eames-Illingworth scored both goal in U10 North’s 2-1 victory over Broomfield Youth.

George Beasley scored a consolation goal in U10 South’s 6-1 loss to Welwyn Pegasus.

Teddy Dunning scored the only goal of the game as U10 East beat Welwyn Pegasus.

U9 North beat Potters Bar Crusaders 5-0, with goals from Naguib Mazari (three), Bradley Smith and Josh Addo.

Jed Ejjayha, Charlie Easterby and Joe Varney scored in U9 South’s 3-1 win over Cheshunt.

Oscar Bell’s MOM display couldn’t save U9 Victoria from losing 4-0 against Harpenden.

Angus Twidell scored and Ralf Dunning was MOM in U9 Central’s 1-0 win over Hertford Town.

U9 West lost 2-1 to Lemsford Youth. Cody Smith scored and Sam Miles was MOM.

U9 Orient remain unbeaten since Christmas after wining 2-1 against Bury Rangers. Antonio Penetra and Callum Crowther scored.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

U15 South beat club-mates U15 North 6-2 thanks to goals from POM Lauryn Edwell (three), Shamika Powell, Abby Smith and Ellie Jenkins. Scoring for North were Natasha Ellingham and POM Romy Kelleher.

U14 North lost 6-0 to Hitchin Belles, with Maddy Donaldson and Lorna Speed picking up the POM award.

A hat-trick from Laura Guiford gave the U12 girls a 3-2 victory over Garston Girls. Jess Simpson was POM.

U11 South beat Hoddesdon Owls 2-0 thanks to goals from Katie Ham and Zoe Cowan. Nicole Plumb was POM.

POM Charlotte Gurney scored a hat-trick in U11 North’s 6-4 loss to Hitchin Belles. Olivia Banks scored the other goal.

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