St Albans City Youth: RORY Suttie scored a hat trick as the U18s South beat Radlett Rangers 7-2. David Shore, Ryan Hearn, Bobby Armstrong and Sean Moss also scored. The U18s East scored six goals in each half to beat Pinner 12-1. Yaseen Salem scored four
St Albans City Youth: RORY Suttie scored a hat trick as the U18s South beat Radlett Rangers 7-2. David Shore, Ryan Hearn, Bobby Armstrong and Sean Moss also scored.
The U18s East scored six goals in each half to beat Pinner 12-1. Yaseen Salem scored four with Stefano Geraldes (three), Michael Alderman (two), Johnny Butcher, Max O'Shea and Arron Robertson also on target.
George Figg and Jamie Heaffey scored for the U18s West as they lost 4-2 to Echoes while the U18s North lost 12-1 with Harry Gray grabbing their goal.
Adam Luck and Adam Jacobs were on target in the U16s 2-1 win at Kings Langley and goals from Alfie Long, Tommy Hudson, Nathan Watkins and Andy Mayirou gave the U15s East a 4-2 win over Everett Rovers.
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Oliver Marjoram scored a consolation as the U15s West lost 6-1 to Muswell Hill.
Jacob Noonan scored a hat trick for the U14s North in their 9-0 defeat of Gadeside Gunners. There were also goals for Bernard Otoo (two), Max Andrew (two), Daniel Cassotti and Callum Peet.
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The U14s South also hit nine as they beat Comets 9-2. Doubles from Noah Grisenthwaite, Jack Pugh, Gus Mallet, plus singles from Scott Wilson, Niall Watts and an own goal completed the win.
The U14s East came back from 1-0 down to beat Enfield Rangers 2-1 thanks to goals from Louie Attard and Andrew Crickous.
The U13s North earned a 2-2 draw with Alexnadra Park with Gus Scott and Jack Collard grabbing the goals.
The U13s East went down 3-2 to Chorleywood with Kieran Thorne on target.
Toby Parker scored a hat trick for the third week running as the U12s North beat Tornados TSC 7-2. Josh Bean scored twice and Max Bull and Akim Akinbinu once each.
Goals from Callum Clifford and Gerardo Smaldone as the U12s South beat Harpenden Colts 2-0.
Sian Khan-Boylan scored twice as the U12s Boreal beat Alythbelsize 5-1. James Taylor, Dan Metcalf and Shay Ralf also scored.
Ted Rainford scored the only goal for the U12s West as they lost 7-1 to London Maccabi Lions.
The U12s East beat the U12s Warriors 2-1. Joe Weaver and Alex Howard scored for the East with Theo Maher grabbing the Warriors consolation.
Robbie Penn-Thomas, Harry Deacon and Josh Emmins were on target in the U11s West's 3-2 win over Watford Youth Sports.
Strikes from Luke Houghton and Kevin Kissoon helped the U11s North beat Comets White 2-0.
A goal from Kyle Sawyer and an own goal earned the U11s Orient a 2-2 draw with Harpenden Colts.
Nick Grossi got the U11s South's goal in their 1-1 draw with Nascot Wood.
Jake Anthony scored twice as the U11s East lost 10-2 against Comets.
Ben Gosling earned himself the Man of the Match award with three fine goals in the U10s South's 5-1 win over Royston South. Harry Ross grabbed the other two.
Alex Cox was the hero for the U10s East saving three penalties as they beat Potters Bar 3-2 on penalties. The game had finished 2-2 in normal time with goals from Josh Ali and Harvey Trounson.
The U10s West lost 4-0 to Welwyn Pegasus.
The U10s North lost 1-0 to Whetstone Tigers in the County Cup while the U9s Orient ran out 13-2 winners with Dan Ashenhurst and Lee Axworthy both scoring four.
The U9s South won 4-1 against Wodson Youth while Harry Davidson scored the U9s North's only goal as they lost 3-1 to Wheathampstead.
The U11s Girls beat Luton Girls 1-0 thanks to Olivia Almond's header.