Tournament triumph for City Youth stars
ST Albans City Youth Under 15s West won the Edmonton Rangers Tournament with a stylish display. Two great goals from captain Dominic Oliver gave the Saints a 2-0 win over hosts Edmonton Rangers. This was followed by a 4-2 win against Chase Side Youth.
ST Albans City Youth Under 15s West won the Edmonton Rangers Tournament with a stylish display.
Two great goals from captain Dominic Oliver gave the Saints a 2-0 win over hosts Edmonton Rangers. This was followed by a 4-2 win against Chase Side Youth. The goals were fired in by Dominic Oliver, Jack Cowlard, Ahmad Zaman and Man of the Match Adam Luck.
Some outstanding saves from Matt Rodford and great defensive work from James Pellington, Jake Deacon, George Guest and Carl Palin ensured victory.
The trophy was secured with a 2-1 win against Borehamwood. An early lead created by the unstoppable Dominic Oliver and then a second goal from David Towndrow wrapped up the tournament. Good performances also from Josh Meija Searle and Connor Emerton ensured the side started the campaign off with silverware.
You may also want to watch:
Under 15s West: Adam Luck, Jack Cowlard, Ahmad Zaman, Matt Rodford, Dominic Oliver, James Pellington, George Guest, Carl Palin, Connor Emerton, David Towndrow, Jake Deacon, Josh Meija-Searle.
l The Under 11s South beat Sawbridgeworth 7-1 away in their first ever 11-a-side outing to take the Sawbridgeworth Shield.
- 1 Welcome to the House of Poutine, St Albans' newest city centre eatery
- 2 The latest court results for the St Albans area
- 3 Diedhiou destroys Casuals' dreams to grab replay for St Albans City
- 4 St Albans City 'got away with it' says boss after snatching FA Cup replay at Corinthian Casuals
- 5 Harpenden's disappearing banks - will Barclays be next?
- 6 Harpenden High Street Covid road closures to end imminently
- 7 The latest court results for the St Albans area
- 8 Brilliant Breakfast goes down a treat with the women of St Albans
- 9 Can you help police trace Park Street vandal?
- 10 Haunting music and ghostly maids - the dark streets of St Albans
Callum Clifford, Christian Edwards and Ashley Rosson each scored twice and Gerardo Smaldone netted one to wrap up a sound display.
Centre back Michael Gillett was named Man of the Match for his commanding performance to help secure the clean sheet.