St Albans City Youth: U18 East progress in County Cup

PUBLISHED: 10:12 17 November 2014 | UPDATED: 10:12 17 November 2014

U18 East won 6-4 against St Albans Rangers in the County Cup thanks to goals from Jack Burnham (two), Ben MacGregor (two), Bachir Loussah and captain Jack Lachau.

U18 West went down 9-3 in the County Cup to Chorleywood. MOM Max Bull (two) and Sam Ivory scored for West.

U16 South lost 9-2 to Panathinaikos, with MOM going to goalkeeper Billy Kavalieros

Jacob Bockenhauer scored a spectacular free-kick but U16 North were knocked out for the League Cup by Boreham Wood.

Harvesters knocked U16 West out of the Challenge Cup after a 4-2 win. Billy Lawrence scored both of West’s goals.

Zac Moore, Owen Ladbrook, Oscar Hughes and MOM Matthew Pollard scored in U16 Orient’s 4-2 league win over Chorleywood Red.

U16 East netted four times but still lost to Comet Sport White, 6-4. The scorers were Conor Moore, Conor Sockett, Ashley Smith and Edward Sewell. MOM was Sam Bottomley.

Goals from Adam Russell, Adam Purkiss and William Ibbotson gave U15 Orient a 3-2 win over Aston Clinton.

U15 East roared to a 7-1 win over Whetstone Wanderers. On the scoresheet were: Aaron Tilney (three), Dan Miles, Luke Gibbons (two) and Cain Joseph. Tayler Fennel was MOM.

U15 South lost by the odd goal in nine to Belstone. Ronan Marie Moutou, George Barnes, Harry Ross and Franky Williams scored for the Saints and Omar Bounyafe was MOM.

Two goals from Curtis Finch and one from James McCallum gave U15 North a 3-1 victory over Alexandra Park.

U15 West hit Comet Cougars for six in the Challenge Cup. The scorers were Gian Paulo Manzi (three), Khaled Uddin (two) and Malcolm Mancawa

U14 North lost 6-2 against AEK Gold. Matthew Breeze and Nathan Glasscoe netted while Cameron Smith was MOM.

U14 South won 4-3 against Hadley Wood thanks to goals from Joe Newton, Harrison Arnold, Ernesto Rodriguez and Adam Pringle. MOM was Tom Kellard.

U14 West hit nine unanswered goals against Chorleywood Common Lancers. Ross Andrews (three), Harrison Bean (two), Matthew Nash (two), Zach Quinn and Joe Parkin scored. Matthew Small was MOM.

Samuel Abrahams scored a brace as U14 East beat Watford Youth 4-1. Musa Sakkejha and MOM Demetrius Johnson were also on target.

U13 North progressed in the County Cup after a 4-0 win over Hoddesdon Whites. MOM Joe Parrett scored the first two goals before Joe Curran and Jarvis Wilkins added gloss to the scoreline.

Max Hodgson scored four and Nathan Hossen added three as U13 Central beat Cheshunt 7-2 in the County Cup.

Jack Latter scored U13 West’s only goal in a 3-1 loss to FC 66.

U13 East scored six but still went out of the County Cup. Aaron Peter (four), James Knapp and Henry Oliver scored in the 7-6 loss.

Goalkeeper Emanuel Abu Sayf was named MOM after U13 Orient went out of the County Cup at the hands of Chorleywood Common Hurricanes.

U12 North lost 13-0 to County Cup title holders Comet Sports. MOM was Kit Rainford.

U12 South won 6-3 against Potters Bar United in the County Cup, with goals from Louis Baker-Madec (three), Cillian Webb (two) and MOM Ollie Seeby.

Hemel Town ran out 5-4 winners against U12 Central. MOM Alex Sommerbauer, Louis Johnston, Angelo Calatrava and Jonathan Hargreaves scored.

U12 East lost 8-1 to Stevenage Boca Juniors in the County Cup. Alex Manzi scored and MOM was Jamie Carrick.

U12 Orient won 6-0 against Hemel Aces in the League Cup thanks to goals from Samual Beasley (two), Daniel Breeze, Ross Hermon, James Fontaine and Ollie Smith. MOM was Joe McCarthy.

Playing Ware Flamingos, U11 West lost 4-2, with Joe Panesse and Jack Cullen scoring.

George Sippetts’ triple helped U11 South to a 5-2 win over Hemel Town Whites in the Challenge Cup. James Justice and MOM Cian Cribbin also scored.

U11 Central lost 3-2 to Wheathampstead. Massimo Iovane and MOM Daragh Gallagher were on target.

Aiden Smith and Freddie Laycock scored in U11 East Yellow’s 5-2 loss to Cheshunt.

U11 East Blue lost 6-0 to Bengeo Tigers.

Finaly Eames-Illingsworth scored the only goal in U10 North’s win over Stevenage Borough.

Charlie Johnston struck twice for U10 South in a 3-3 draw with Cheshunt. Nicholas Berman scored the third goal.

U10 West lost 3-2 to Harpenden Colts. Alex Garcia and Finn Geoghegan scored.

U10 East edged Stevenage Borough 4-3 thanks to goals from Eoin Flanagan (two), Teddy Dunning and Jamie Breen.

U9 East won 3-0 against Hoddesdon Town, with goals from Jensen Dean, Davide Iacobucci and Harry Stone.

U9 South lost 3-0 to Wormley Youth Reds.

Goals from Oscar Bell and Archie Hobbs weren’t enough as U9 Victoria lost to Chorleywood Common.

U9 Central beat Bury Rangers 4-3, with goals from MOM Angus Twidell, William Kennedy, Oliver Taylor and Akere Ngu.

MOM Charlie Clarke’s hat-trick helped U9 West to a 4-1 win over Elite Feet Lions. Cody Smith also netted.

St Albans City Youth FC – Girls

U15 South lost 4-0 to Bury in the quarter-final of the County Cup.

U14 North were beaten 5-0 by Garston. Maddy Donaldson and Claudia Smith shared POM.

The U12 girls smashed Watford 15-3. The scorers were POM Georgia McConechie (four), Katie Holder (four), Jess Simpson (three), Laura Guiford (two) and Sophie Veal (two)

U11 North won 8-2 against Bury thanks to goals from Olivia Banks (three), Charlotte Gurney (three) and Hannah Deradour (two).

U11 South lost 5-2 at St Margaretsbury. Jasmine Price scored both of Saints’ goals.

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