St Albans City Youth with a busy weekend of action


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There was a busy weekend of games for St Albans City Youth.

The U18 Warriors playing away to Chorleywood Common in the League Cup had a fine 4–2 win with goals from Nico De Olievia (two), Stuart Peet and Ed Anders.

The U17 West played in the League Cup and won their game away to Whetstone Wanderers 7–3.

Scoring the goals were Charlie Lunniss (two), Sebastian Camp, Billy Lawrence, Harry Deacon, Harry Hawkes and Christian Spratling. The man of the match went to Harry Fennell.

In a match between the Young Saints and the Hornets, the U15 East beat Watford Town 5–2.

The goalscorers for the Saints were Kai Quait, with two, then one each from Elliot Osborne, Lochy Hedge and Owen Field.

The man of the match went to defender Demetrius Johnson.

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Ross Andrews lead the goalscorers for the Under 15 West with a hat trick as they beat Abbots Youth away 10–0.

The other scorers were Matt Nash (two), Kai Takahashi (two), Tom Keating, Kwame Youri and one from man of the match Joe Parkin.

Playing at home to Chorleywood Common Thunder in the Challenge Cup saw the U14 Orient provide the strikes as they went on to win 7-3.

Peter Rock led the way with four goals and there were singles from Kai Hobbs, Connor Blight and Bly Wilding. Nic Curtis was named man of the match.

The U13 Central played Little Gaddesden away in the league and they fought out good 5–3 win.

Scoring the goals were Daniel Williams (three) and Matt Roome with two. The man of the match went to Matty Bleakley.

Playing Hendon United Green were the U12 East Blue and the Saints won 5–0.

Taking his tally to eleven goals for the season so far was Lorenzo Johnson with his third hat trick in four matches. The other goals were scored by Sammy Gosine and Joe Stone.

The U12 East Yellow bounced back from their close 3–2 defeat last week to beat Echoes Orange 4–3 in yet another close match.

Freddie Laycock was the star player who scored a great hat trick. The fourth goal was scored by Oscar Evans.

At home to Bengeo Tigers were the U15 Girls South, who sportingly went down to 10 players when Bengeo only had 10.

Although the Saints had most of the play they could not find the back of the net with the Bengeo keeper making some good saves.

Finally, the deadlock was broken when Lauren Walker scored a beauty for the Saints to win 1–0.

The player of the match went to Charlotte Banks for her wonderful passing throughout the match.

Playing away in a friendly against Broomfield were the U14 Girls and they won 2–0 with Bo Westcombe scoring both goals and Hayley Trounce was named player of the match.

Playing away to Garston the U12 Girls South recorded an 8–2 win with player of the match Zoe Cowan scoring four goals whilst Jasmine Price hit a fine hat trick and the final goals was scored by Nicole Plumb.