St Albans Rangers U18s record emphatic victory
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Goals from Kieran Brown, Jake Dearman and an own goal gave Harpenden Colts U14s Vultures a 3-0 win against Tring Tigers. HARVESTERS U15 South lost 3-2 to Whetstone Wanderers Lynx with goals from Mani Banjo and James Biggs. Man of the Matc
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Goals from Kieran Brown, Jake Dearman and an own goal gave Harpenden Colts U14s Vultures a 3-0 win against Tring Tigers.
HARVESTERS U15 South lost 3-2 to Whetstone Wanderers Lynx with goals from Mani Banjo and James Biggs.
Man of the Match Patrick Dobinson scored a late penalty as the U13s South came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with AC Finchley. James Banathy was also on target.
A hat-trick from Man of the Match Jacob Ponte and goals from Sam Gisby (two), Harry Plumb and James McCluskey gave the U12s North a 7-0 League Cup win over Hadley Wood & Wingate Herons.
Despite only having 10 men, the U12s South beat Gadesdie 2-1 with James Smillie and James Cleaver scoring the goals. Alasdair Jones was Man of the Match.
Harry Henderson led the way with four goals as the U11s South thrashed Alexandra Park South 17-1. Johny Reaney (three), Sean Clifton (three), Lorenzo Ferderici (two), Benj Parikh (two), Sean Walsh (two) and Chris Ryan also scored.
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The U11s North trounced Hemel Stags Aces 13-1 in the County Cup with goals from Nathan Davies, Amit Wangoo, Tom Goodall, Charlie Goodchild, Joe Regan, Aaran Jacobs, Liam Walters and Man of the Match James Parker-Mendez.
Curtis Finch grabbed a hat-trick as the U10s North beat Hadley Rangers 6-2 in the League Cup. Marco Merlo, Ashley Willing and an own goal completed the scoring.
The U9s North maintained their 100 per cent start to the season with a 5-1 win over AEK Eagles. William Brothwood (two), Freddie Wilkinson, Sam Denholm and Ross Weaver got the goals.
Rhianna Bedi and Ellie Bergin both scored twice as the U14s Girls defeated Garston Ladies 5-0. Vicky Gray grabbed the other goal.
Tottenham came out in the second half and caught the U11s Girls momentarily off guard to score the only goal of the game. Excellent performances from the whole team led to Tottenham's manager saying it was their toughest match this season.
LONDON COLNEY COLTS U14s were unlucky to go out to Aldenham in extra time in the League Cup.
Colts dominated the first half, taking the lead through Liam Farr, but let Aldenham back into the game to equalise and eventually win the game 3-1 in extra time.
Man of the Match went to Tom Dubberly.
In atrocious conditions Colts U13s' Man of the Match Connor Rylands scored a cracking goal in their Challenge Cup match but Alexandra Park levelled 1-1, taking the game to extra time and Colts' opponents went on to win 3-1.
Valiant Colts' keeper Jafour Hussein suffered a suspected broken nose in the battle to defend the game.
Colts U11s exited the County Cup after losing 6-4 in extra time.
The players showed skill and determination to twice come from behind, none more so than Man of the Match and scorer of two goals, Eden Clements-Killen.
Colts other scorers were Ryan Sutherland and Roberto Mirza.
Colts U10s won a close fought game away to Finchley Flyers 5-4.
Alessandro Fardella scored four goals and was rewarded with Man of the Match. Colts' other goal went to Danny Diviney.
PARK STREET VILLAGE U16s played through driving wind and rain and pulled off a fantastic 4-2 win away at Whetstone Wanderers. Alex Nicol opened the scoring for Park Street but it was George Martin who was the star of the match scoring a hat trick on his return after a two week absence.
ST ALBANS RANGERS U18s Whites recorded an emphatic 8-0 win over Harpenden Eagles.
George Irving gave them the lead and Matt Chapman netted a clinical hat trick.
Sam Carrington grabbed a brace after the interval and Matt Lawrence, and Man of the Match Tom Pike completed the scoring.
The U16s were beaten 3-0 by Watford Reds. Rangers missed two good chances in the first half and were unlucky to go into the break 1-0 down. Rangers conceded two more in the second half. Man of the Match went to Matt Farmer.
Chris Moore scored Rangers U15s' only goal as they lost 3-1 to Omonia in the League Cup.
Sam Angel and Scott Gentle put in a spirited performance as the U9s Reds lost 2-1 to Gadeside Rangers.
Lauren Englefield, Hannah Barnett and Abbie Smith kept their cool to score in a penalty shoot-out as the U12s Girls saw off Hitchin Belles in the County Cup.
Barnett had scored during normal time as the two teams shared a 1-1 draw but Rangers held their nerve to win 3-2 on penalties.
WHEATHAMPSTEAD WANDERERS Sharks had their best win of the season as they beat Bury Rangers Red 7-0. Man of the Match Ciaran O'Brien scored a hat-trick, Oliver Edmond notched two and Will Kearsey and Joshua Hamilton were also on target.