Yaxley at the double for East
St Albans City Youth AWAY to Hemel Aces, the Under 13s East recorded a 4-1 win with goals from Luke Yaxley (two), Matt Balser and Tommy Hudson. Left midfielder Kyle Parker was named Man of the Match. The Under 12s North secured a 0-0 draw from a tough mat
St Albans City Youth
AWAY to Hemel Aces, the Under 13s East recorded a 4-1 win with goals from Luke Yaxley (two), Matt Balser and Tommy Hudson. Left midfielder Kyle Parker was named Man of the Match.
The Under 12s North secured a 0-0 draw from a tough match against Pinnacle. Eddie Rose was named Man of the Match. The team then lost 2-1 to Oakhill Tigers with Max Andrew scoring and Daniel Casotti named Man of the Match.
In the first of a double header with Belmont United, the Under 12s East won 4-1 with goals from Josh Farmer (two), Joe Deacy and Man of the Match Will Harding. In the next match the East won 3-2 with Josh Farmer netting twice and Will Harding firing in the third. Joe Deacy was named Man of the Match. The East then played Edson Youth and went down 2-1. Goalkeeper Chris Hoad was named Man of the Match and captain George Hall scored the goal.
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In the West Herts League Cup Final, the Under 11s East beat Tornados Black 2-1. Jamie Ashton scored the opening goal after a neat pass from Callum Glennister who then ran clear to pick up a pass from Kieran Thorne to net the second. Goalkeeper Matt Harris made some fine saves including a spectacular tip onto the cross bar. The team put in a fine overall display to win.
The Under 10s East beat Harlow 3-0 with goals from Toby Parker (two) and Joe Weaver. Robbie Rowledge was named Man of the Match. In their next game, the Saints defeated Panshanger at home 3-2 with Man of the Match Toby Parker scoring an impressive hat trick. Toby Parker continued his goal spree with a brace as the Under 10s East beat Lemsford Rangers 5-0 in their third match. Sergio Santander, Guiliaon Pipe and Man of the Match Jordan Wannocott also netted.
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In the Challenge Cup, the unfortunate Under 10s South were defeated by Rickmansworth Raiders on penalties. Callum Clifford and George Duncan scored in a 2-2 draw but the South lost the shoot out 6-5. George Gill, Nathan Dimmock, Conor Sweeney, George Duncan and Callum Clifford scored their penalties. Ashley Rosson was named Man of the Match. The South then went down 1-0 to Harpenden Colts. Defender Luke Lanham was named Man of the Match.
The Under 10s West lost 2-1 to Tornados JSC in the Challenge Cup. Myles Shahidi scored the goal for the West.
Luke Winks scored twice as the Under 9s South hit back from 3-1 down to level at 3-3 against Berkhamsted Raiders only to lose out 4-3 in extra time. Nick Grossi also scored and captain Ryan Ladyman was named Man of the Match.
Harry Deacon and Harry Hawks found the net for the Under 9s West but they also suffered agony in extra time, going down 3-2 to Comets, in the Challenge Cup. Hawks and Finlay Long played well.
The Under 14s Girls beat Parkfield 5-2. Abigail Kemball-Cook scored twice and strikes from Sami May, Christina Freestone and Amy Farmer sealed the win.
Goalkeeper Lorna Gear made some impressive saves and clutched the Player of the Match award as the Under 11s Girls finished off their season with a 0-0 draw at home to Hatfield Girls.